My mum asked for a hand cream for her dry hands in cold weather. I've used a French 20% shea butter hand cream years ago, which was the best. I bought this one for her to try and see if it's rich enough to moist her hands and nails.
This hand cream is super value for money, size and packaging is good. Having frankincense and shea butter as part of it composition make it even more attractive. The hand cream has a shea butter smell which is subtle, cream is thick and creamy but not greasy which feels great on the skin. Use it as a everyday hand cream.
This cream is a must, especially if you like a good perfume, the smell is amazing, also it has a big package so I find it very economical while using, also it is very helpful while hydrating your hands during wintertime.
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usually i order cream for my mom as i'm not using creams (at least for now) but my mom she is hand creams freak))) she tried a lot of different creams, oils, candles for hands but this one she loved the most. so i can recommend it for 100%
It smells nice like a hotel room or detergent, but I wish it was made with only essential oils…. On the ingredients section at iHerb, it says the fragrance consists of essential oils, but on the actual package, it only says fragrance, so I guess synthetic fragrance might be used.
The texture is ever so slightly on the thicker side for hand cream I think, so this would be more suitable for colder season.
I think it’d be more convenient if the bottle was a little smaller so I can put it in a small purse.
Cant live without this hand cream! In the winter when hands are extra dry, it's amazing. I love the smell too, its absorbs fast & doesn't feel too greasy and I use it before bed. For a super-moisturizer it is pretty light.
love the thick texture and faint baby-powder scent of the hand cream. suitable for very dry skin and it absorbs quick, leaving a thin layer on the applied area.
does not leave fingerprint marks on the phone even after applying.