I haven't been a fan of hand creams before. I mean, I use them once in a while but I don't really mind if I have one in my vanity kit or not. It's just an "extra" beauty product that I use whenever I feel like it.
This was before I had this hand cream from The Body Shop...
It's a hand cream with the scent that has been a favorite of mine for years now. The Body Shop's moringa line just smells fantastic that I can't get enough of it!
But besides the moringa scent, the hand creams are also available in three other scents...
In satsuma, Shea, and Strawberry
I know some friends who love the satsuma line as well as the shea. So whether you like citrus, fruity, floral, or sweet scents, there's a hand cream for you!
So back to the moringa hand cream...
The tube houses 30ml product and it is very easy to squeeze it out.
And the hand cream is quite affordable at Php 250.00.
Some info from the packaging:
Some info from the website:
How to Use:
Squeeze a small amount onto hands and massage well.
Here's how the product looks like.
It's a cream product that when applied feels super light. It really stayed true to its claim that it is non-greasy and extra light. I am definitely loving it because I constantly hold pencils and other art materials and I hate that greasy feeling I get when I hold the materials and they slide down my hands. This one gets absorbed pretty quickly and it's like your hands are just refreshed and smell really great!
And since the scent is my favorite, I can't stop sniffing my hands. It also relieves me when I smell my hand when I'm out of the house and run into places like a smoking area or something. I super hate the smell of cigarettes so when I encounter someone smoking, I cover my nose and the scent of moringa really makes me feel better.
As for the hydration, it gives a decent amount of moisturization. It's not the most hydrating one I've tried but it's something I like to use in a daily basis. I use it multiple times a day mostly because of the non-greasy feeling. My hands are overworked because of my job and my hobbies. They usually work with paints and thinners that make my hands dry so I really appreciate now how great hand creams are.
So what do you think of The Body Shop Hand Creams? Have you tried them yet? Which scent is your favorite? :)