I have two dogs at home and I have to wash my hands regularly and that’s why I always keep a hand cream “handy” to make my dry and rough hands soft and smooth. So, here’s the review of Crabtree and Evelyn English Honey and Peach Blossom Ultra-Moisturising Hand Therapy.
$9 for 25 gm.
Lock in lashings of moisture with our English Honey and Peach Blossom Ultra-moisturising Hand Therapy. Infused with shea butter, macadamia nut oil, and peach blossom extract, this intensive cream nourishes skin so it’s noticeably smoother after each luxurious use.
Contains hydrating ceramides and antioxidant-rich vitamin E. Myrrh extract helps condition nails and cuticles. Formulated without colour, mineral oil, parabens, phthalates or propylene glycol.
My Experience with Crabtree and Evelyn English Honey and Peach Blossom Ultra-Moisturising Hand Therapy:
The packaging of this product is simple and light. The product comes in a tube form with a black screw open cap. When you open the cap for the first time, you will find a seal which makes sure that the product hasn’t been used and is hygienic as well. The seal is easy to remove. The ingredient list is printed on the back of the tube. The tube is for sure travel friendly.
The consistency of this hand cream is just perfect and the way I like it to be. It is neither too solid nor too liquid. I don’t need to work a lot for it to get absorbed. It easily gets absorbed, without leaving behind any sticky or slippery feeling.
Coming to the fragrance, I simply loved it. The cream mostly has the smell of peach. Though I don’t like fruity fragrances, the fragrance of this product is quite different and soothing. It is not at all irritating or overpowering. The smell stays on the hands for long.
My skin becomes extremely dry in the winter season, so when I use this hand cream, it instantly nourishes and hydrates my dry and dull skin. It spreads easily and gets absorbed instantly. It doesn’t make the hands feel sticky and gives sort of a matte feeling. It feels very light and smooth. It makes the skin soft, smooth and supple. The staying power is really good. It stays on for good 5 hours minimum.
Overall, it is a good hand cream for winter season. It instantly nourishes the skin, making it soft. But I feel that it is a bit expensive for a hand cream.
Pros of Crabtree and Evelyn English Honey and Peach Blossom Ultra-Moisturising Hand Therapy:
- Mild, soothing fragrance.
- Smooth consistency.
- Gets absorbed instantly.
- Travel-friendly packaging.
- Makes skin soft and supple.
- Nourishes the dry skin well.
- Doesn’t make the skin feel sticky or slippery.
- Good staying power.
- Formulated without colour, mineral oil, parabens, phthalates or propylene glycol.
Cons of Crabtree and Evelyn English Honey and Peach Blossom Ultra-Moisturising Hand Therapy:
- A bit expensive.
- Not cruelty-free.
Would I Repurchase/Recommend Crabtree and Evelyn English Honey and Peach Blossom Ultra-Moisturising Hand Therapy?
I already have two of these, so I won’t repurchase it, keeping in mind the price point. I would definitely recommend this to all those who have extremely dry skin. If your hands need some pampering, treat them with this therapy.
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