Marks & Spencer Peach and Almond Hand & Nail Cream Review

Marks & Spencer Peach and Almond Hand & Nail Cream

Hello Everybody

I am back with another Hand & Nail cream review. This also is again by Marks & Spencer but this time from their Natural Extracts Range. This is my second buy from this range, earlier I has tried Fig & Orange Oil and was pretty much impressed. So let’s see how it fared in my books
Product Info:

Experience daily luxury with our Nature’s Extracts collection. This moisturising hand and nail cream enriched with extract of white peach and almond will help hydrate even the busiest hands, leaving them soft and delicately scented.
Marks&Spencer Peach and Almond Hand & Nail Cream

Aqua, Cetearyl Alcohol, Stearic Acid, Paraffinum Liquidum, Ceteareth-20, Glyceryl Stearate, PEG-100 Stearate, Sorbitol, Parfum, Polysorbate 20, Benzophenone-3, Carbomer, Disodium EDTA, Propylene Glycol, Butyl Methoxydibenzoylmethane, Prunus Persica (Peach) fruit extract, Prunus amygdalus dulcis (sweet almond) seed extract, sorbitol, sodium hydroxide, coumarin, hexyl cinnamal, linalool, Butylphenyl Methylpropional, Phenoxyethanol, Methylparaben, Propylparaben.


INR 199 for 50 ml

My experience with Peach and Almond Hand & Nail Cream

Ok so this one too comes in a small travel size tube with a flip top cap. The cream is white in color with a nice soft texture which glides like butter but takes time to get absorbed. This cream claims to moisturize your hands and leave them soft and smooth and I must say it does a good job. Once absorbed it makes my hands extra-soft and supple and keeps them moisturised for the whole day. My hands now look beautiful- modesty aside. It also gives a nice soothing effect.
Another good thing about it is that the scent of white peach and almond smells really good and lingers on my hands. The scent of white peach and almond is very pleasant yet it is also strong enough to last for some time. (The magnolia scent gets milder after a while).

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I have heard many people say that this cream is able to recover skin around your nails. It removes splinters effectively leaving the skin smooth around the nails. Honestly I did not have such issues earlier so could not tell the difference. Overall, it is a nice hand cream which stands upto its claims leaving your hands soft, supple and decent smelling.

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Pros of Marks & Spencer Peach and Almond Hand & Nail Cream

• Very pleasant fragrance.
• Soft buttery texture.
• Moisturizes enough for the day.
• Non greasy.
• Non sticky.
• Easy to carry around.
• Gives a nice soothing effect.

Marks & Spencer Peach and Almond Hand & Nail Cream Swatch


Cons of Marks & Spencer Peach and Almond Hand & Nail Cream :

• Not effective on nails as such.
• Smell is a bit too strong.

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Would I re-purchase Marks & Spencer Peach and Almond Hand & Nail Cream again?
Definitely!! I love M&S Hand Creams. 😀 😀

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11 thoughts on “Marks & Spencer Peach and Almond Hand & Nail Cream Review

    1. hey Soumya u can only get it in M&S stores….this is one of the cons that it is not easily available.. *headbang* *headbang*

  1. suddenly the area near my nails have become rough and the skin is coming out..will this crea, be effective? or is there a betterhand cream n the market??

  2. winter killed my hands,dry patches allover,rough skin and brown marks please suggest hand repairing cream , market is flooded with beautifying creams they do not work for damaged skin

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