Simple Derma Intensive Relief Hand Cream Reviews
Product Type: Simple Hand & Nail Care
Description:Brand: Simple / Texture: Cream / Type: Hand Cream / Suitable for: Hand
Newest Review: ... not make it too heavy. Do note that the cream tends to collect and harden at the top of the nozzle, after a while, so it is ... more
Price Comparison for Simple Derma Intensive Relief Hand Cream
by - written on 03/11/11 (Very useful, 21 readings)
Around a month ago I noticed the skin on the tops of my hands were dry and (pardon the imagery) flaky. Alarmed at the state of my hands, I hot-footed it to the local Sainsburys to find some moisturiser to at least disguise it for heading into the office! My local store is only small so I knew the range would be limited, luckily one of the products available was the Simple Derma Intensive Relief. Priced at £2.50 for 50ml it was admittedly more than I was planning on paying but I didn't feel like I had much choice and I use Simple products daily so I knew I could rely on it. Packaged inside a dinky box was a dinky tube of cream - this was slightly ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/03/10 (Very useful, 80 readings)
I am a big fan of simple products however I had not seen the Simple derma range before and was intrigued as it was aimed at people who have very dry sensitive skin and may be prone to eczema and dermatitis. Like all simple products and other popular brands they are also Dermatologist approved, hypoallergenic and suitable for children. The Derma range claim to soothe and lock in moisture, which is very suitable for me as I have very dry hands and tend to prefer to use products that are aimed at people with sensitive skin or eczema as I feel that they will be best for my hands. ###Product and price### I purchased the Simple Derma Intensive ... Read the complete review
by - written on 20/03/12 (Very useful, 58 readings)
Simple derma intensive relief hand cream My hands get very dry in the winter months and so I am always on the look out for a decent hand cream This cream is apparently ideal for very dry, sensitive skin or skin prone to itchy conditions such as eczema and dermatitis. It promises to give immediate soothing effects and long lasting care to calm and help relieve irritated skin. It does this because of the special formulation of Canola Oil and Aquaxyl which are non greasy ingredients which hydrate the skin and prevent more moisture from escaping. It is also ok to use on children and is hypoallergenic. The promises are great and the ingredients ... Read the complete review
by - written on 25/11/12 (Very useful, 31 readings)
*** My normal face cream is Simple Derma Intensive Relief Cream, however as this was unavailable in the shops and I was in desperate need of a similar cream, I picked up the hand cream as it contained the same ingredients. As it turned out, I found the hand cream to be exactly the same as the body lotion, just in a shorter and wider tube, and with a different name. It is a squeezy, plastic tube which has a flip-top lid that is easy and quick to open and close, which makes it great to carry around when out and about. The small size also makes it great to keep in your handbag, and not make it too heavy. Do note that the cream ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/02/11 (Useful, 10 readings)
I have only recently ventured into the world of hand cream but felt now was a good time. I use a Simple face moisturiser every day and it seemed to be going well so i thought getting a Simple hand cream made sense. Simple is known for it's 'simplicity' and true to form this hand cream contains no perfume or colour and is made with people with dry sensitive skin in mind. It comes in a pretty standard 50ml bottle in a lovely little box and i bought it for around £4 from boots. Now, the back of the 'bottle?' says 'apply liberally' but my first piece of advice would be to approach this with caution. Apply a little at a time as it seems to ... Read the complete review
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