Lush Helping Hands Reviews
Product Type: Lush Hand & Nail Care
Description:Brand: Lush / Type: Hand Care / Suitable for: Hand / Shea butter, cocoa butter and almond oil helps to condition your hands /
Newest Review: ... of the pot, thinking that it wouldn't last very long, but a little blob actually goes a very long way for my very dry hands. ... more
by - written on 22/07/07 (Very useful, 107 readings)
I've never been a big user on hand creams, but since getting slightly older, and having my own place, washing up the pots and pans is murder on your hands. I've tried using marigolds but they just don't feel comfortable when i'm washing up. I use fairy liquid and it's not bad on my hands, but they just don't feel as soft as they used to 3 years ago. After trying out several LUSH products for my hair and my skin, I decided to see what their hand cream would be like. Below is my review on this product :) THE PRODUCT ------ It's a healing, soothing handcream which is designed to heal rough, dry or sore hands. Lightly fragranced ... Read the complete review
by - written on 19/08/10 (Very useful, 18 readings)
Hand creams have never been my thing. I always find myself getting annoyed using them as they never seem to absorb and always leave my hands feeling slippery and greasy. Although I am a pampering type of girl I am just not a hand cream girl. However, last year, the skin underneath my wedding, eternity and engagement rings became red and sore as well as itchy. The skin started flaking off and I didn't really know why but it was very sore so I had to do something about it. I went into Lush one afternoon in search of something to clear up my painful finger and I showed one of the SA's to ask her opinion on what I should use. She took one look and suggested ... Read the complete review
by - written on 28/07/10 (Very useful, 49 readings)
A good hand cream is an absolute essential for me. I use hand cream before going to bed, first thing in the morning, and then a few times throughout the day as well. I have quite dry hands, and find if I don't moisturise them this regularly then I am prone to developing sore tight patches that sometimes turn flakey and horrible. I am also conscious that hands tend to age very quickly, and I don't want my hands to look old before their time. I ask a lot from a hand cream. I want something that will sink into my skin quickly- I can't stand products that leave my hands feeling greasy, particularly from the hand cream that I reapply during the day. I want a cream ... Read the complete review
by - written on 23/06/10 (Very useful, 59 readings)
I have fairly dry skin and especially during the colder months my skin can tend to suffer. One thing I find I get through is hand cream. I am a constant user of it and have bought various brands all of which tend to claim to nourish and moisturise and I have found for people like me with dry skin this rarely happens! They will work for of about an hour and then it tends to instantly stop. One hand cream I have found myself using this winter has been Lush's Helping Hands as it is even more moisturising than Smitten which is another favourite of mine! Helping Hands comes in a black pump bottle and is just the right size for your handbag or desk drawer. It is ... Read the complete review
by - written on 18/04/10 (Very useful, 39 readings)
I am a bit of a lush addict so anything Lush is a bit of a melting point for me and I just find it slipping into my basket - such as this item 'Helping Hands'. It claims to make your hands super soft, which is great, as everyone likes to have soft, moisturised hands. It cost £.4.95 for a bottle (not the tub as shown in photo) with a 'squirty' dispenser. In the bottle there is 100g, though there are larger ones available for just less than double the price. I really like the way the bottle is designed as it means that it is easily dispensed, because of the pump action on it, which also means it is quick to use. It also has a clear plastic lid to put ... Read the complete review
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