Champneys Hand & Nail Cream Reviews
Product Type: Champneys Hand & Nail Care
Description:Brand: Champneys / Type: Nail & Hand Treatment / Texture: Cream / Suitable for: Nails & Hand
Newest Review: ... of age spots and protect against the drying effects of the elements. Champneys claim that using this hand and nail cream will ... more
Price Comparison for Champneys Hand & Nail Cream
Luxury Designer Champneys Spa Uk MoistureHand And Nail Cream Trea ...
spa treatment moisturizing handand nailcream size 75 ml luxury 10 ...
Last Update 09.03.2014 00:43
Champneys spa treatments hand and nail cream75ml
Brand NEW! This nourishing and protecting Hand and Nail Cream fro ...
Last Update 09.03.2014 01:11
by - written on 11/03/13 (Very useful, 74 readings)
I am a fan of the Elemis range of beauty products and that includes their hand cream. However for my birthday recently I received a tube of Champneys hand and nail cream. I had never tried any of the Champneys products so was interested to see what this hand and nail cream was like. Champneys own 4 luxury spa hotels where their products are used. The range includes the hand and nail cream. The outer box oozes style in cream and gold with the inside printed with small gold flowers. The 75 ml tube is designed to sit on its flip up gold lid. The tube is clear allowing the rich hand cream to show through. The lettering is gold and completes the top end look of ... Read the complete review
by - written on 19/10/11 (Very useful, 35 readings)
=== The product === This is a hand cream from the beauty range Champneys. === The packaging === The packaging of my hand cream differs to the one that is now available. The one now available is a clear tube with gold writing and it looks even more luxurious than the one I have. The one I have was a clear tube with yellowish writing which looked a little boring and plain. I definitely prefer the new packaging and the main thing is that the lotion inside has remained unchanged (my Mum is using the new packaging one already). There is a plastic gold coloured flip top lid that allows for this to be easily dispensed. The packaging is good, it ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/08/11 (Very useful, 55 readings)
Over the last couple of months I've had work done on my flat which has meant I have been doing a lot of cleaning as well as decorating. My hands have been in water a lot and I've been using lots of chemicals so my hands have become quite dry. Given this, I have got through a fair amount of hand cream and one of those I have been using is the Champney's Spa Treatments Hand and Nail Cream. I actually got this one in the travel size from a gift set. I had already used the shower cream from the same set when I began using this product and not been overly impressed, so if I'm totally honest, I didn't have high hopes for this product. The hand cream comes ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/08/11 (Very useful, 105 readings)
I'm a great fan of Champneys, which is a luxurious range of toiletries based on the pampering experience that can be expected when visiting a spa. A few of the products within their extensive range have disappointed me, but the majority are a pleasure to use and this review discusses my experience with using their Spa Treatments Hand and Nail Cream. APPEARANCE OF THE PRODUCT I was fortunate enough to receive a stunning free gift set containing four smaller sized products when Boots were running a promotion earlier this year where I only needed to spend £10 or more on any Champneys product. Consequently, my transparent plastic tube that sits on a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 20/04/12 (Very useful, 48 readings)
I don't often buy Champneys products for myself as I always had the impression they were a brand for a slightly older age range, probably more 40s than 20s. I bought a big gift box of their products for my mum at Christmas time and I ended up absolutely loving the smell of some of them (the Citrus Blush scrub smells SO good), so when I needed something as my freebie in the Boots 3 for 2 I decided to give the Champneys Spa Treatment Hand and Nails Cream a try, as I get through a lot of hand cream and I like to try ones which feel a bit luxorious when I get the chance but I have to admit at £9 for 75ml I thought this was quite expensive, so I would have been much less ... Read the complete review
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