Garnier Hydralock Moisturising Hand Cream Reviews
Product Type: Garnier Hand & Nail Care
Newest Review: ... easy to use even when your hands are slippy with cream. It's thin like the body lotion and has the same odd texture and ... more
by - written on 11/01/10 (Very useful, 66 readings)
Continuing my reviews of hand creams, the next one I would like to do is for Garnier Hydralock. This I bought recently when going to replenish my hand cream supplies recently as I am going through tubes so quickly and I thought I'd try and experience as many as they have on the shelf. Garnier, in my eyes, is one of the higher end, 'drugstore' ranges so I thought this product might be quite good. The tube is small, a standard 50ml which makes it perfect to stick in the drawer at work, or like me, tote it around all day even if you have a small hand bag. It dispenses via a dark blue flip lid. The tube is white with the familiar green leafed Garnier logo on the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/06/09 (Very useful, 88 readings)
I bought this hand cream a couple of months ago after finally giving up on the dire Asda own brand "cream" I was currently using (a word of warning, they may be cheap but they're rubbish so avoid!) I find it's much better to spend a few quid more for better quality and something that will last longer, it's all well and good to find a bargain at only 50p but if you need tonnes of the stuff to have any affect on your skin and end up using a whole tube within a week it's not much of a bargain after all. I never normally go out of my way to find Garnier products whenever I'm in Boots or Superdrug, I have my faves and stick to them or hunt down bargains ... Read the complete review
by - written on 11/02/09, updated on 11/02/09 (Very useful, 421 readings)
Review written Saturday 7th Feb after a hard day at work...... Wandering around Boots this morning before work I was looking for a little hand cream to keep in my work jacket pocket as part of my job is unpacking stock and the cardboard really dries out my girly hands! I noticed the Garnier range was 'up to half price' and so had a gander; of course I ended up with more than just a handcream (I limited myself to 2 items, I was proud!) this review though is for the handcream. Hydralock ---------------------- This is a new mini range within the Garnier skin naturals range of products. I've never noticed it before so ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/02/10 (Very useful, 37 readings)
Bless my partner, his hands have been suffering of late, I can almost hear you all thinking its got to be through various DIY projects or through having a manual job. But no, his hands are feeling the strain of being domestic god (not very manly I hear you say) so he's been left with rather sore, red and dry skin, and we can't be having that, so while he's been playing Sunday League football (a bit more manly) I've been left with the task of selecting a hand cream 'manly' enough to ease his dishpan hand. Having been so impressed with the Garnier Hydralock Body Milk, I thought I'd (or rather he would) give the Hydralock hand cream a road test. The cream comes ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/01/10 (Very useful, 60 readings)
Garnier Hydrolock - a little miracle in a tube. I never normally use handcream regularly, as with other handcreams I've tried either they are not moisturising enough and have have to apply it every five minutes OR they are too rich and gloopy to be able to do anything for ten minutes while it sinks in. I always get cracked and chapped hands in the winter due to my refusal to wear gloves. Mad I know! Any way I purchased this brand from my local Boots store. As a premier brand it may be available in all good chemists. Normally, I have stuck to low to mid price handcreams, mainly from Avon and this has been my downfall. I was in Boots for ... Read the complete review
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