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Marks & Spencer The Floral Lavender Moisturising Hand & Nail Cream

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Brand: Marks & Spencer / Type: Nail & Hand Cream / Subcategory: Moisturiser / Suitable for: Nails & Hand / What it does: Moisturizes,

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      31.10.2015 16:25
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      A good hand cream

      This is a very good moisturising hand and nail cream that is only about £2 per tube. The smell is very nice (and very much like lavender - so if this isn't a smell that you like then it's not a hand cream for you,) and it really does make my hands feel nice.

      I get dry hands a lot so tend to go through a lot of hand cream - this is one of the better ones, and yet one of the cheaper, so money doesn't always mean quality. This moisturises very well, and stops my hands from drying and chapping so much.

      As with most hand creams, it does take some rubbing in for your skin to absorb it. Your hands can also be a little bit tacky after using it, so if I were you I'd not handle things you want to keep tidy without rubbing the excess off with a towel or a piece of kitchen paper.

      This also washes off quite easily unless it's had time to *really* sink in - so I really do advise that you not wash your hands straight after putting it on, or you'll just be washing all of the hand cream straight off again. After about half an hour, maybe more, maybe less, depending on your individual skin, it's sunk in enough to not be bothered by washing your hands.

      This is a good cream. It's cheap, and from a trusted brand (Marks and Spencer,) it does a good job, and smells nice.

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