This review is about Yardley London English Bluebell Nourishing Hand Cream. Let’s see how it fared.
Price: £5 for 100 ml
A light and easily absorbed hand cream that leaves the skin feeling soft, smooth and delicately fragranced with the new Floral Classics English Bluebell.
A light, feminine and fresh, fruity floral opening with uplifting bergamot and cassis accords in the top note, followed by a flirty heart of bluebell, jasmine, lily of the valley and peony accented with a touch of peach and enhanced with smooth, woody notes, vanilla and musk in the base.
Containing moisturising shea butter and natural oils to help fight against ageing. Contains 95% naturally derived ingredients. Paraben Free.
My Experience with Yardley London English Bluebell Nourishing Hand Cream:
The hand cream comes in a white soft plastic tube and a flap lid. The colour of the lid is blue. There is a picture of bluebell flowers printed on the packaging. I love this colour and I feel it’s an attractive packaging.
The packaging is medium sized and fits very well into the handbag. The hand cream itself is white in colour. The consistency of the cream is light and it spreads very well all over the palms. The fragrance is not strong and also not overpowering.
It has a light, feminine, floral fragrance. There are a lot of floral notes attached to this, jasmine being one of them. Jasmine is one of my favourite flowers. The powdery vanilla fragrance is also present. The fragrance fades off after 2 hours or so.
I love using this at my office desk because the cream is very light and does not leave the hands oily when applied. Plus, it gets absorbed pretty easily by the skin. I can work on my laptop within seconds of applying the hand cream. I need not worry about the greasy traces on my laptop.
This is a very crucial factor for me in hand creams. My hands feel like satin after using this cream. My hands now feel very soft and smooth after a continuous usage of a few days. I have dry hands and flakey corners but this issue has got better after using this hand cream.
I feel I need to reapply this cream every 4 hours or so, especially during colder months. The product has 95% natural ingredients and is also paraben free. Overall, it’s a lovely hand cream and my hands smell lovely, like bluebells, after using it.
Pros of Yardley London English Bluebell Nourishing Hand Cream:
• Convenient packaging
• Does not feel oily or greasy at all
• Gets absorbed within seconds
• Paraben free
• Powdery fragrance
• 95% organic ingredients
• Mild fragrance
• Leaves the skin soft and smooth
Cons of Yardley London English Bluebell Nourishing Hand Cream:
• Needs to be reapplied
IMBB Rating: 4/5
Would I Recommend Yardley London English Bluebell Nourishing Hand Cream?
I love it even though it needs reapplication. I would recommend it.
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