L'Occitane Cherry Blossom Hand Cream Reviews
Description:Brand: L'Occitane / Care - Type: Hand Cream / Suitable for: Hand
Newest Review: ... and not at all over powering. I use L'occitane hand cream mainly because of the non-greasy feeling it leaves. I think that ... more
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by - written on 26/09/12 (Very useful, 45 readings)
The weather is becoming colder again and the nights are drawing in, so now is the time when I start to need products that can cope with the effects that cold and wind have upon my skin. Therefore, during autumn and winter I tend to turn towards L'occitane products, rather than supermarket varieties, as in my opinion they are the best. L'occitane has a whole range of hand creams - from ultra-hydrating to light and cooling. The product I am using, and the purpose of this review at the moment, sits nicely between the two ends of spectrum and is perfect for springtime with visions of little pink blossom blowing on the breeze. I would recommend that it is also ... Read the complete review
by - written on 28/01/14 (Very useful, 32 readings)
As some of you may know I am a big fan of Loccitane and I have a wide range of their products to use from Xmas. In one of my gift sets it had a little tube of cherry blossom hand cream just like in the picture above and what a lovely hand cream it was!! Price/Availability/Packaging The cherry blossom hand cream is part of a range of products both within the cherry blossom range and also as part of the hand cream scents range from Loccitane. It is available via Loccitane direct both in store and online. Places like Debenhams and John Lewis also sell the Loccitane range of which this hand cream is widely available in their stores. Online it is ... Read the complete review
by - written on 31/01/14 (Very useful, 60 readings)
I recently took advantage of a Facebook promotion L'occitane have been running. You 'like' their Facebook page, fill in your details, and they email you a code. You take the code into one of their stores and pick up a free set of three mini hand creams - an almond one, a shea butter one, and the cherry blossom one which I am reviewing now. These come in a little woollen knitted pouch, and at 10ml each are a great way to try some new products for free. I am really impressed with all three hand creams, particularly the cherry blossom one, I think it will be my new favourite and I plan to buy a full sized one once the free tube has all gone. The hand ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/12/11 (Very useful, 60 readings)
For Christmas I was given a gift set of 5 L'Occitane hand creams, and yes as you can tell from the timing of this review, I ripped it open prematurely! One of the creams is the Cherry Blossom fragrance. The little tube which contains 15ml (half of their normal smallest size of 30ml which costs around £7.00) is exactly same in appearance as the 30ml, and is the same as the Dooyoo picture. The larger size of 75ml has different packaging. The first thing I notice about this is that it isn't such good value as the rich shea butter hand cream which comes in 150ml tubes, the largest size I've seen this in is 75mls and it costs £13.50 on the L'Occitane website, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 01/02/13, updated on 10/07/13 (Very useful, 43 readings)
L'Occitane Cherry Blossom Hand Cream I have recently discovered the L'Occitane range, and on a recent visit to one of their stores picked up a 30ml tube of their cherry blossom hand cream. I was informed that this contains 2 -5 % shea butter which will help to keep your hands soft, supple and moisturised. The product itself is not greasy, and is lighter than some of their other hand creams (notably their shea butter one that has 20% shea in it), and is quickly absorbed on the skin. It will leave your hands feeling wonderful, and lightly scented. It has a lovely floral aroma, and at this time of year (January) it has been working wonders on my ... Read the complete review
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