Avon Planet Spa Dead Sea Minerals Hand Cream Reviews
Product Type: Avon Hand & Nail Care
Newest Review: ... to my taste. A 75ml tube of this cream usually retails at £4.00 but is currently in the Avon brochure for just £1.50 which I ... more
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by - written on 10/08/10 (Very useful, 62 readings)
Ever since I was a small child I've been fascinated by the Dead Sea so when I saw a tube of Avon Planet Spa Dead Sea Minerals hand cream at the amazing price of 49p I just had to give it a try. I found it sitting on the shelf in one of our many local charity shops and knowing the RRP is normally around the £4 mark and the tube was brand new I felt I'd made a wise buy. To be fair I don't really have a problem with my hands (luckily) although they can be prone to dryness and I always use some time of hand cream as I don't want to give my age away! The tube is 75ml and is a smart grey colour with a flip-open/ close lid which is white and looks good ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/08/09 (Very useful, 210 readings)
I have recently brought the Planet Spa Dead Sea Replenishing hand cream from Avon - I had previously used the African Shea Butter hand and cuticle cream (please see review) but decided whilst on the Avon website to try this one out. The main reason I chose this product was because of the name: Dead Sea Minerals - I know the Dead Sea has amazing moisturising qualities so once I saw the name I was sold. The Dead Sea ------------------- Located in Jordan/Israel, the Dead Sea is one of the most famous in the world. It has so much salt in it, you float. This is praised for skin. The Dead Sea is currently disappearing and is 422 metres ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/11/10 (Very useful, 87 readings)
Hands that do dishes will be soft as your face..... the old advert used to say, but some products can be quite harsh and hands can get rough even in this day and age so a good hand cream is essential. A friend's Granddaughter has been selling Avon to earn some cash and so I buy a few things from her to help. Hand creams are always useful not only for me but along with some shower gel or something similar for little prizes in raffles at groups I go to. I liked the name Planet Spa, it reminded me of days spent at a Luxury beauty spa and it looked very different from the usual hand creams I bought as the tube was grey in colour with a white design, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 01/05/11 (Very useful, 42 readings)
Years ago I read somewhere that you should always apply hand cream before putting your washing up gloves on, as the heat from the water would help the hand cream soak in. Since then, I have always kept a tube or bottle of hand cream next to the kitchen sink, and apply it each time I wash up in an attempt to keep my hands soft. The one I am currently using is the Avon Planet Spa Dead Sea Minerals hand cream which was a present from my mother. This hand cream claims to soften rough, dehydrated skin and help prevent nail breakage as well as improving the skins texture. I wouldn't exactly say that the skin on my hands is rough, but I do get very dry skin on my ... Read the complete review
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