“ Brand: Marks & Spencer / Texture: Cream / Type: Hand Cream / Suitable for: Hand „
La Maison de Senteurs Hand Cream
I bought this in Marks and Spencer because I am usually pleased with their products.
PRODUCT AND PACKAGING...
The hand cream comes in a squeezy plastic tube with a screw on/off lid. It sits on its lid which I like because it means to me that the product is constantly at the dispensing end- not goof if its especially runny. Because the tube is squeezy it also means that as the product is used, I can fold the tube downwards so further meaning it is ready to dispense.
It is described as being "reminiscent of rural France" and certainly the packaging suggests this as the writing on the front is quite fancy and the pale blue label is quite shabby chic.
When I squeeze out the hand cream it is nice and thick and creamy and has a very faint lemon scent. The information on the tube tells me that there is a floral fragrance but I cant smell this; I don't have a problem with this because I like the less floral scent as it is not over powering and the slight lemony smell is actually very pleasant.
HOW TO USE IT...
The product should not be used on the face. It should be massaged into hands and nails to help moisturise and soothe. When I do this the hand cream is absorbed easily into my skin and leaves no stickiness or greasy residue. Another plus point is that my hands don't feel slippery, so no risk of dropping crockery after use.
PRICE AND AVAILABILITY...
The hand cream costs £3.50 for 75ml which is good value given that a little of the hand cream goes a long way. It is available online at www.marksandspencer.co.uk, or instore.
This is a great product and very reasonably priced.
It certainly leaves my hands moisturised and as soon as its applied my hands feel soothed. I tend to apply the hand cream a few times every day especially after my hand shave been in water. After a couple of months of using it, my hands are soft and smooth and there are no dry or sore bits especially around the nail bed.
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