Organic Surge Orange Blossom Hand & Nail Cream Reviews
Product Type: Organic Surge Hand & Nail Care
Description:Brand: Organic Surge / Type: Nail & Hand Cream / Suitable for: Nails & Hand / What it does: Smoothes, / For supple, smooth skin /
Newest Review: ... have tried a lot of handreams but I think this caught my eye due to its name organis surge. I am all for trying more organic ... more
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by - written on 11/01/10 (Useful, 54 readings)
I bought this organic surge handcream for £3.99 for 75mls in waitrose. This is a bit more than I usually spend however, I do find it difficult to get a good cream which works well on dry, forever being washed hands! I have tried a lot of handreams but I think this caught my eye due to its name organis surge. I am all for trying more organic and natural products and the fact the label says impressive results without chemical overload - I thought great! The product claims to comfort, condition and moisturise (all pretty much what you would expect). The smell is fabulous, orange blossom, with bergamont too. The cream itself once rubbed in vanishes into your skin ... Read the complete review
by - written on 19/01/09 (Very useful, 193 readings)
Introduction I was looking round my local Superdrug for some hand cream to try and put some moisture back into my winter suffering hands, when I saw a collection of products I haven't come across before called "Organic Surge". They appealed to me instantly because they all had wonderful names; Orange Blossom, Lavender and Geranium, Fresh Ocean, and Citrus Mint. An added bonus is that the products are all organic and use the minimum number of chemicals to achieve the required effect. I actually chose the Orange Blossom as on a bleak January day it conjured up images of sunny places bathed in spring sunshine. The company was ... Read the complete review
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