Friday, December 29, 2017


I am a huge fan of LUSH, especially for their massage oils, but never reviewed one of them before - simply because I have always forgotten to at least take a picture of them and I have always immediately used them.
I have always used only massage oils from this brand, but while doing some shopping at their store, the sales assistant noticed my hands were chapped - during winter my hands suffer a lot and all the other creams I have used before didn't do anything, or sometimes they make the problem worse.
So as a suggestion, he told me to try this. I was skeptic so I bought the smaller size.
Without a further ado, let's see if it's worth it or not!


Our miracle-working, calming chamomile and cocoa butter cream has been saving hands worldwide for years. It’s perfect for people who work with their hands and suffer from dry, chapped skin as a result. Soothing honey, moisturizing oils and nourishing butters help to protect and care for hardworking hands and make them soft and flexible once again. You might be a person who thinks that hand cream is merely one more non-essential thing to spend your money on. Give your hands a little help; smooth some on and feel the difference it makes.

How to use: Take a small dollop of hand cream and massage into your dry hands and arms. With LUSH products a little goes a long way, so start with a little and use more if desired.

So I bought the smaller size which contains 100 g for €12,50.
The packaging is not so travel-friendly for me, as I prefer tube ones which are more hygienic.


Chamomile Water (Matricaria Chamomilla), Linseed Mucilage (Linum usitatissimum), Almond Oil (Prunus dulcis), Glycerine Stearic Acid (Stearic acid), Shea Butter (Butyrospermum parkii), Cetearyl Alcohol, Fair Trade Organic Cocoa Butter (Theobroma cacao), Triethanolamine Honey, Lavender Oil (Lavandula angustifolia), African Marigold Oil (Tagetes erecta), Fragrance Alkanet Extract (Alkanna tinctoria), *Limonene, *Linalool, Methylparaben, Propylparaben. *Occurs naturally in essential oils.


This hand cream has REALLY saved my chapped and dry, often bleeding hands.
As I work at a real estate agency, and most of the times I usually wash my hands (which also fastens the chapping of my hands during winter) after holding a lot of keys and opening a lot of doors.
The scent is quite weird - you can smell a lot the scent of dried chamomile - but it's not bothering at all as it fades away as soon as the cream is absorbed by the skin.
It's not greasy - but if you put a lot of it, you need to wait for a couple of minutes until it is completely absorbed by the skin and dry.
Aside from soothing my hands, I also noticed that it helped my fingernails - which are cracking a lot lately - and they look healthier than before.
I have been using a lot this hand lotion, and the tub still seems that it contains a lot of the product - you don't really need to put a lot.


Though this hand cream is a little bit pricey, I recommend it!

Disclosure statement.
The product that is reviewed in this blog post has been bought by me. No money was given nor accepted for this review. This review is my personal opinion and experience of the product.

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