Crabtree & Evelyn Hand Therapy

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Can you believe I only started using hand cream ten years ago - terrible isn't it? I never took it seriously but once I got into the habit of it I have never looked back. Since then I have tried many, many different kinds of hand creams - cheap and expensive, large and niche brands also good and bad. I can confirm that the Crabtree & Evelyn Hand Therapy is very good. It moisturises your hands completely leaving it feeling soft and light. There is no greasy residue but your hands do not feel dry or deprived of moisture and your hands are left smelling very fresh. The packaging is also very impressive with the cream deposited in an elegant tube with very cute artwork, plus the colours that the tubes come in are just so pretty. It's no surprise that this little gem has picked up several awards.

This Hand Cream is formulated with conditioning shea butter and myrrh extract to condition your nails and cuticles. As well as ceramides 3, hyaluronic acid, madadamia nut oil, shea butter, ceramides 6, sea algae, bladderwrack, and spirulina. The hand cream is available in over 16 different scents such as Pear and Pink Magnolis, Caribbean Island Wild, Lavender, Rosewater and Lily. You can also pick it up in mini sizes that you can throw in your bag, there is a large tube that you can place on your desk and a bottle that you can have in the bathroom. It also comes with a pump that is very useful.

Crabtree & Evelyn Hand Therapy is priced from £5.00 to £15.00.

For more information, please visit their website.