Superdrug Hand Therapy 2 in 1 Handcream Reviews
Product Type: Superdrug Hand & Nail Care
Description:Brand: Superdrug / Texture: Cream / Type: Hand Cream / Suitable for: Hand
Newest Review: ... only really myself that can notice it if I lift my hands to my face. I like the fact it isn't obtrusive. Superdrug ... more
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Superdrug Hand Therapy 2in1 Hand and Nail Cream 150ml
Last Update 08.12.2013 22:29
Superdrug Hand Therapy 2in1 Hand and Nail Cream 75ml
Last Update 08.12.2013 22:29
by - written on 08/04/13, updated on 09/04/13 (Very useful, 51 readings)
My hands get dry from time to time, especially when I have been spending a lot of time outside. As my hands don't suffer severely and my body moisturisers usually treat them o.k, I don't like to spend much on a hand cream that will go probably go off before I use it up. However, I recently tried a really cheap one from Sainsbury's which didn't work well, so I decided I would replace it with something a little better. A friend recommended Superdrug's Hand Therapy 2-in-1 Hand and Nail cream so I went and bought the travel sized version for 79p, which is 30ml. I wanted to be sure that I liked this one before buying the full size tube! WHAT IT CLAIMS TO ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/05/10 (Very useful, 91 readings)
Superdrug hand therapy is a 2 in 1 hand and nail cream enriched with keratin and pro vitamin B5 to soften the hands and strengthen the nails. I have been using this hand cream for ages it is a great product for everyday use. I keep a tube of it by the kitchen sink and use it after washing up or cleaning. You only need a small amount to rub into the hands and between the fingers, it absorbs easily, there is nothing worse than having greasy hands around the house marking the furniture and finger printing everything you touch which makes me very careful when I choose a hand cream, but all traces of grease have disappeared more or less as soon as you rub ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/04/10 (Very useful, 85 readings)
When it comes to buying hand-creams they are a product that I feel I need due to getting very dried out hands and therefore buy rather regularly but then tend to use once or twice and forget all about my good intentions, which is actually why I bought this in Superdrug for a pound opposed to shelling out loads of pennies for something I knew I wouldn't use! The Packaging: 100ml bright fuchsia pink coloured tube with a clear flip-top lid/cap to the bottom of it concealing a small hole. On the front of the tube there is a small hand print on there and I'm told that it is Hand Therapy, Superdrug 2 In 1 Hand & Nail Cream 'Enriched with Keratin and ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/07/12 (Very useful, 43 readings)
I've always hated using hand creams on my hands as I hate the greasy feel left from them afterwards, luckily I'm someone who only suffers from dry hands very occasionally in the Winter and I just borrow whatever my mums got as she always has dry that's often crack and bleed from being too dry. The reason I picked this cream up was because I'd finally stopped biting my nails and noticed this product was a 2 in 1 hand moisturiser and nail strengthener and this is what led to buy it. The bottle really caught my eye as it was bright pink and it was in the mini travel/sample size section of Superdrug for about 99p. I really like the simple packaging, a bright pink ... Read the complete review
by - written on 19/12/12 (Very useful, 57 readings)
I regularly use a hand cream to moisturise my hands, especially in the winter. I usually receive small tubes as Christmas presents etc but when I run out I usually opt for this hand cream from Superdrug. At £1.89 for 150ml (or 99p for 75ml), it is affordable and very good value for money too. The hand cream comes in a bright pink squeezy tube with simple silver labelling, featuring a hand print. The hand and nail cream is 'specially formulated with Keratin and Pro-Vitamin B5 to moisturise and soften skin, whilst strengthening nails'. The cream is easily squeezed from the tube and is quite thick. It has a slightly perfumed scent, but it is not too ... Read the complete review
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