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Dove Essential Nourishment Hand Cream

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      25.10.2015 14:12
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      Dove Essential Nourishment Hand Cream

      The Dove Essential Nourishment Hand Cream is available for GBP 3.49.

      The hand cream comes in a white tube with a flip top lid. On it are the product name and the product information. The tube contains 75 ml.

      The hand cream is described as follows. "Your hands say everything about you thanks to Dove Essential Nourishment Hand Cream. Beyond relieving dryness it nourishes deep within for beautifully soft and smooth hands all day (without all that greasiness). Surface layers of skin Dove Essential Nourishment Hand Cream contains DeepCare Complex, with natural skin nutrients and rich essential oil."

      The ingredients are Aqua, Glycerin, Stearic Acid, Octyldodecanol, Petrolatum, Ethylhexyl Cocoate, Dimethicone, Glycol Stearate, Collagen Amino Acids, Helianthus Annuus Hybrid Oil, Isomerized Linoleic Acid, Lactic Acid, Potassium Lactate, Sodium PCA, Urea, Cyclopentasiloxane, Dimethiconol, Glyceryl Stearate, Isohexadecane, Stearamide AMP, Triethanolamine, Acrylates/C10-30 Alkyl Acrylate Crosspolymer, Cetyl Alcohol, Polysorbate 80, Sodium Acrylate/Sodium Acryloyldimethyl Taurate Copolymer, Sorbitan Oleate, Disodium EDTA, Parfum, Methylparaben, Propylparaben, Phenoxyethanol, Alpha-Isomethyl Ionone, Benzyl Alcohol, Butylphenyl Methylpropional, Citronellol, Coumarin, Geraniol, Hexyl Cinnamal, Hydroxisohexyl 3-Cyclohexene Carboxaldehyde, Limonene and Linalool.

      The hand cream has a gently, creamy texure. The hand cream can be applied and spread well. The hand cream absorbs within a short time. The hands feel soft and cared for after use. The hand cream moisturizes the hands and cares for dry, rough or chapped hands. The hand cream does not leave a greasy film on the skin.

      I can recommend the Dove Essential Nourishment Hand Cream, as it moisturizes and cares for the skin. The hands feel soft and smooth after use.

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      04.08.2015 17:56
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      • "Nice smell"
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      Makes my hands smooth and looking sweet

      Dove Essential Nourishment Hand Cream has been a god send for me. I use to have lovely silky hands until I started pole dancing and my hands became as hard as nails and looking more like builders hands. Since using this my hands have gone back to normal and looking pretty and sweet again.

      > The Bottle <

      Dove Essential Nourishment Hand Cream comes in a compact bottle, nice and easy to fit in a handbag.

      > Use <

      Best way to use this hand cream is to get a small pea sized amount onto your hand, any more than this can leave you hands with too much cream on then which can get messy and make your hands feel greasy. Just a little means a lot. Rub the cream around your hands and make sure you get in between the fingers and on the wrists. When I use hand cream I like to massage my nails as well. I've heard that doing this helps strength the nails. My nails have always been quite strong but doing this helps make my nails smooth and the cuticles around my nails smooth and looking nice. Give this a try and see if it works for you.

      > Value <

      This was bought for me as a present so I didn't buy it myself however I have read that you can get these for around £3.

      > Conclusion <

      It's always good to have a handbag moisturiser when you've been working hard all day and your hands are feeling tired and worked. Give Dove Essential Nourishment Hand Cream a go and you will feel the results after a short time of using it.

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      23.07.2014 19:35
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      The Dove Essential Nourishment Hand Cream is available for GBP 3.49.

      The hand cream is described as follows. "Your hands say everything about you thanks to Dove Essential Nourishment Hand Cream. Beyond relieving dryness it nourishes deep within for beautifully soft and smooth hands all day (without all that greasiness). Surface layers of skin Dove Essential Nourishment Hand Cream contains DeepCare Complex, with natural skin nutrients and rich essential oil."

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      04.11.2013 16:16
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      An excellent daily hand cream

      It is getting to that time of year again where the cold weather means my hands start to feel dry and cracked and, without a suitable hand cream to treat them with, I went on the hunt for a new hand cream at lunchtime. As my recent review on Dove soap will demonstrate, I was very impressed with the brand after using their soap and so when I saw a tube of "Dove Essential Nourishment" hand cream I popped it into my basket.

      In terms of packaging, this product retains the clean lines and simple looks that I associate with the Dove brand. The tube of cream is white in colour and stands on a white flip top lid. The front of the tube is adorned with the Dove logo whilst a splattering of text tells me that this product is for 'long lasting and smooth hands. There were three Dove options available when I went into my local Asda store and each was given a slightly different colour scheme. This particular product is obvious with its blue shades which indicates that it contains 'DeepCare complex' whatever that means. Turning my bottle over, a few paragraphs of text tell me everything I need to know about this hand cream. A sentence which stood out in particular for me was that this hand cream.. "nourishes deep within for beautiful soft and smooth hands all day". All good to hear when you suffer with sore and dry hands as I do.

      As I really like the clean lines and simple packaging of this hand cream I was keen to see what the hand cream itself was like. Opening up my tube via the flip top cap, this hand cream passes easily out of the small nozzle with a light squeeze being all that is required. The hand cream is white in colour and has a medium consistency which is rather like a thick facial cream. The smell of this particular product is really special in my opinion as it has the clean and fresh scent that I associate with Dove. This is a smell that is light and clean and is not floral or heavily scented as other hand creams are. In my opinion this makes this a great product for both male and female wearers as it leaves a clean scent on my hands which does not lend itself to either gender.

      To use this hand cream I do find that clean hands are essential prior to applying and as a result I often use it when I have just come back to my desk after visiting the ladies. I find that a small pea sized blob is adequate for my medium sized hands. Upon applying a blob into the centre of my palm I rub it across my hands and fingers for immediate protection and relief. After applying I find that this product sinks quickly into my skin within a matter of minutes. This is great for someone like myself who spends a good amount of time during the day on my computer as it means I do not leave a greasy residue on the key pad.

      Looks aren't important, it's what is inside that counts, or so my Mother told me and therefore I was keen to see if this hand cream was as good on the inside as it looked on the outside. This hand cream scores full marks from me for its ability to spread easily across my skin and give immediate relief. I often find that with dry hands comes a feel of tight and scratchy skin accompanied with a look of really wrinkly skin which is not pleasant as a woman in my twenties. After applying this hand cream my hands immediately felt softer and moisturised and the dry and scratchy feeling left them instantly. A couple of hours later, my hands are still feeling soft and supple and pleasantly hydrated as oppose to greasy and sticky and this feeling has stayed with them despite having washed my hands once since applying. Together with the supple feeling is the incredibly clean smell of the product which gives my hands a lovely soft scent and means that I am regularly lifting them up to sniff as I write this review.

      I purchased a 75ml sized bottle of this hand cream earlier today from my local Asda and paid £2 for it. When compared to the other hand creams on the shelf, I consider this to be a good price to pay for such an excellent product and one which I wouldn't hesitate to pay again. I really like this hand cream and as a result it does come recommended. As a result of my comments I am scoring this product an excellent five stars.

      I hope this review has been of some help and thanks for reading! x

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      15.12.2012 16:03
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      A must have hand cream

      I started working as a carer just over a year ago and with all the hand washing I found that I developed contact dermatitis which causes very sore and cracked skin. I love Dove products so last Christmas my Mam put together a Dove hamper for me and in it she put this cream which I have found really helpful.

      The cream comes in a white soft plastic tube with the Dove logo and a couple of little blue bits on it much the same as other original Dove products. The tube has a white flip top lid which is easy to flip open which is great and makes it quick to use when I am darting between residents rooms.

      The cream is meant for dry to normal skin which is great as since only part of my hands is affected the rest of my hands are actually pretty normal. The tube has 75mls of product in it which is another plus for me as it isn't too big which means I can slip it in the pocket of my uniform and use it throughout my shift to prevent my hands getting any drier.

      The cream is white in colour and is of a great consistency so it doesn't run off your hands but it is thin enough to spread easily around your hands. The cream smells lovely, I always find it hard to describe the Dove smell but it is fresh and light and makes your hands smell really clean. The cream leaves my hands feeling really soft and moisturised which is exactly what I need not only to moisturise but also to stop my hands getting any worse.

      The cream absorbs easily into my skin which is great as a cream which takes ages to absorb means I then struggle to put on my gloves at work and it also leaves my hands smelling lovely. I find a tube of this cream lasts me a month or two but I do use it very frequently especially when I am working, a tube costs about £4 which is a decent price and is certainly well worth paying, 5 stars from me.

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