My hands get very dry and can be sensitive. I find that I can't use many products and find the natural ones to be of any benefit. This is the absolute best hand cream that I have ever used. It is very moisturizing without leaving my skin greasy, I just love it!
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Moreish Hand Cream
A nutrient rich cream to condition the hands and nails.
This non-greasy cream is quickly absorbed to moisture and protect the skin, leaving your hands soft and restored. Containing Shea Butter to moisturise and protect the skin and Papaya extract to gently exfoliate dry skin.
Pack Size 75ml
Availability Online, Pharmacies and selected retail outlets
I quite liked the Moreish cleanser so I picked this up when I brought an exfoliator, because well you can never have too many hand creams.
This comes in a really soft metal tube, if you are familiar with the body shop hand creams it is almost like those metal tubes but softer.
The consistency of this is quite thin for a hand cream and more like a lotion or light moisturiser. It has that same lemony scent with a slight floral twist as the foaming cleanser in the same range.
It takes an age for it to absorb and rub in and afterwards it leaves a quite sticky residue. It doesn't leave my hands feeling silky smooth and moisturised, just sticky and greasy.
Overall I'm quite disappointed as I had high hopes for this hand cream since loving the foaming cleanser but oh well it wasn't meant to be. My skin is very dry and my hands do get quite abused and neglected due to the farmy life so may be better suited to someone who's hands don't get a beating or overly dry.
Love this product! The whole range is amazoing. Its thick without being too like vasaline. Very hydrating.
Tips: The face mask in this range is great
Don't get me wrong I like this hand cream it has a nice neutral scent and the texture is good and absorbs really well. The ingredients are really good too like manuka honey, shea butter, sunflower oil, argan oil, etc. However my eczema prone hands get very dry and it doesn't help that I wash dishes, cook and do house work. When my hands get really dry I reach for this it only alleviates the dryness for about 15-20 minutes and then I need to reapply. But if you don't have really dry skin on your hands and you like natural products it would probably suit you.
Tips: Have the tube handy for after you wash your hands. I find the Life Pharmacy nearby often runs specials on Moreish products so that's when I buy them.