Clinique Water Therapy Moisture Glove Hand Cream Reviews
Description:Brand: Clinique / Type: Hand Cream / Subcategory: Moisturiser / Suitable for: Hand / What it does: Moisturises,
Newest Review: ... hold of Champneys I use regular Vaseline Intensive Care for £1 a tube and it works just as well as the Clinique - and the ... more
by - written on 02/07/11 (Very useful, 44 readings)
Last Christmas, I was five months pregnant, and, given that I couldn't drink, wear 'normal' clothes, eat certain foods etc, I was given a fair amount of hand cream! And it was a good thing, too, as I was suffering from Odema (swollen hands), and massaging them really helped. One of the hand gifts I was given was Clinique Water Therapy Moisture Glove Hand Cream. The 100ml tube is a light green in colour with a top-down screw lid design, and the Clinique logo in a shiny silver. The idea, apparently, behind the hand cream is that it provides the hands, once the hand cream has been applied, with an invisible 'film' or 'glove' to repel water and prevent drying. A ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/06/11 (Very useful, 38 readings)
I'm not good at applying hand cream, with four children (and even before my family expanded to that ridiculous level) I just couldn't be bothered with having to wait for greasy and/or sticky hands to dry. I don't know why it is that the EEC says I cannot buy a banana with too much curve, but hand cream manufacturers are allowed to call their products 'non-greasy' when they blatantly all are?! I started using Clinique's Water Therapy Moisture Glove Hand Cream (snappy name, huh?) after a friend of a friend passed on a load of sample sachets to me, at the time I was having problems with dryness and some slight itching so I decided to at least use the sachets up and see ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/07/09, updated on 12/07/09 (Very useful, 75 readings)
Clinique Water Therapy Moisture Glove Hand Cream I have had my bottle of Clinique water therapy moisture hand cream for a while now yet I can't remember going out to purchase it. I can therefore presume I got it as a free gift when I was stocking up on Clinique products which I adore and have written a lot of reviews on or I got it as a present. **What is it and the Clinique spin** Clinique Water Therapy is advertised as a moisture glove hand cream and being Clinique you benefit from it being allergy tested and 100% fragrance free which is good for my sensitive skin. The water it in the title comes in here as this stuff has ... Read the complete review
by - written on 01/09/09 (Very useful, 62 readings)
Now, my hands are parched most of the time as I still haven't got in the habit of wearing rubber gloves when I do the dishes, and at age 40 the effect is showing. My hands are dry between the knuckles and I have a couple of rough patches that need help. So I forked out on Clinique's Water Therapy Moisture Glove Hand Cream at £15 for 100ml. Clinique's 'Water Therapy' range sells itself as "designed for the body but contains the potency of the most advanced face creams". This everyday hand cream promises to provide long-lasting softness, a protective barrier against the elements and remain working on your hands even after washing, hence the 'glove' ... Read the complete review
by - written on 28/04/11 (Very useful, 15 readings)
Where I work I end up washing my hands a lot. They get so dry and it really bothers me. I have tried many hand creasm, but some are inconvenient as they can make your hands greasy and then it's imposible to do anything for quite sometime after you have used it. I decided to use a different tactic and bought some of the cotton gloves you can wear to lock moisture in. I got them from the Boots No7 range, and have since bought many different hand creams to try and go with them. When I bought a selection set from Clinique from a deaprtment store, one of the products in my set was Cliniques water therapy moisture glove hand cream. I looked in my local department store and the Read the complete review
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