The Body Shop Almond Oil Hand Rescue Reviews
Product Type: The Body Shop Hand & Nail Care
Description:Brand: The Body Shop / Repair / Type: Hand Repair / Subcategory: Hand Oil / Suitable for: Hand / What it does: Repairs, Protects / Contains shea butter for moisture protection /
Newest Review: ... The smell is divine, almost edible and the texture is thick and very creamy but it sinks in quickly so aren't left with the ... more
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by - written on 21/06/10 (Very useful, 44 readings)
As someone who is prone to dry hands, I am always on the look out for great moisturisers and hand creams to sooth my skin, and to help prevent wrinkles and other skin worries for when I am older. I happened to purchase a few items from The Body Shop on one occassion, and usually when you do this they give you a few samples of other products you may like to try, such as scrubs, body creams etc. One of the samples they gave me, was this Almond Oil intense hand cream. I tried the sample (initally because it smelt so beautiful), and I was instantly taken by it as it really moisturised my skin, so I went into the shop and bought it. At £9, it's not the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/06/10 (Very useful, 68 readings)
I recently decided to purchase some nice goodies from the Body Shop to treat myself as I had a discount. I am quite picky about hand creams, but I like trying different types to see which ones are the best. I selected this little pot of hand cream based on some good reviews I read on their website, and I tend to like almond things so it was a sure bet of a good product. I purchased it online, so other than by reading, didn't' have much else to go by. This Hand Rescue Treatment comes in a round 100ml pot which is a light beige colour, with light brown stickers on it. There is a big hand print on the front of the tub, and the whole look of the tub is ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/07/09 (Very useful, 95 readings)
I was given this Almond Oil Hand Rescue Treatment (mouthful!!) as part of a gift. So upon writing my review I was a little stunned to find it cost £9.00!!! So, I thought I had outgrown the Body shop in my teens, as always used to be in there buying make-up and smellies in general, but as my income grew, so did my taste for expensive pots of goo. I am firmly back in love with The Body shop....and I have to say, its seriously not as cheap as I remember it as a teen working in a Shoe shop for £2.08 per hour!!!! So, this treatment hand cream, it comes in a screw top hard pot, a very sturdy pot, in a rich cream colour. It has a sticker on the top and ... Read the complete review
by - written on 11/09/09 (Very useful, 95 readings)
As an OCD sufferer, you can probably guess I am washing my hands constantly, on bad days to the point where they are very sore and dry from constantly stripping off the natural oils. This intensive hand rescue treatment has literally saved my hands from disintegrating. Always being a lover of Body Shop products, when I first saw this with the name 'Hand Rescue' it instantly caught my attention as I thought it would help my cause. Seeing that this product contained almond oil, which I already loved the smell of, and shea butter which is a known effective moisturiser, I promptly popped it into my basket. At nearly £9 for a 100ml pot, this is not a cheap hand ... Read the complete review
by - written on 19/06/11 (Very useful, 52 readings)
I brought this earlier in the year because my hands are super dry, I suffer from eczema and the job I have began it really is not suitable for me to have hands that are dry and horrible. I have tried alot of handcreams out there and this one is currently my facourite at £9 for 100mls it is a little expensive, but it is from the body shop so it is in line. It is for all skin types and especially for hands that have been over exposed, and classes itself as a treatment, the cream itself is quiet thick, and does not leave your hands all greasy and oily, it absorbs into the skin well, showing results within hours. I have been using this for about 4 ... Read the complete review
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