Sunday, June 01, 2014

Dry hands miracle cream- L'Occitane Shea Butter Hand Cream review


In my last post I talked about a hand cream that I just did not get on well with. It did nothing to help my dry hands, so I then went on the hunt for a better hand cream. My plan was to search on line to see what people thought was the best one and then buy what they recommended. However I luckily saw that in the newspaper that my parents read there was an offer to get a free 30ml L'Occitane hand cream and as my mum was not interested about the offer she said that I could use the voucher instead (she said she was very happy with her current Vaseline hand cream and that she didn't want another one haha). So after thanking my mum, a few days later I went to town to pick this up and since then I have been very impressed with this hand cream.

I've almost had it for a month now and my hands have been really loving its soft, moisturising but non greasy consistency it has as the dryness on my hands has disappeared. The best thing about this product is that it takes a few seconds to blend into the skin, so you don't have to wait for it to dry like with some other heavier hand creams. This means that it gets to work in seconds so it doesn't leave you having to wait around for it to sink into your skin. I really really love this product and the packaging looks really lovely too. It kind of reminds me of those professional/posh looking paints that comes in those metal tubes that artists use to paint their pictures with haha. I will definitely buy this hand cream when it runs out. The 30ml is £8 which even though may sound a bit more expensive than your average hand cream, is really worth the price as it does the job perfectly well and I highly recommend it to anyone who suffers from dry hands on a regular basis.

I hope you liked my review. What products do you use to stop dry or even chapped skin? I'd love to know.

See you soon xxx 
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  1. awesome!
    xx
    daniella
    simplybeautifulelegant.blogspot.com

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