REVIEW: The Body Shop Hand Creams

The Body Shop Hand Creams
The Body Shop Hand Cream in Absinthe and Wild Rose £10.00 (100ml)

The Body Shop hand creams have been a favourite of mine for many years, it all started with an obsession for their classic Hemp Hand Protector and went from there. Since then, the range has expanded and comes in lots of different scents, each with their own unique properties. I love the Body Shop hand creams as they are always so thick and highly moisturising, other brands just don’t seem to work as well – I get quite dry hands so they are perfect for me. I’m slowing trying all of the different scents in the range to find my favourite, so here are my latest additions to my collection:
The Absinthe Purifying Hand Cream moisturises the hands as well as concealing odour, with a really strong fresh scent – this is perfect if you have been cooking (chopping onions etc.) or using strong cleaning products like bleach or oven cleaner. The cream purifies and conceals any odour left on your hands and leaves your hands smelling so fresh and feeling really clean. It’s highly moisturising and is made from Fairtrade Shea Butter which is sourced in Ghana where Shea Butter has been used for centuries to protect the skin from the harsh Saharan winds. 
The Wild Rose Hand Cream is a thick and creamy daily moisturising hand cream which is ideally suited to mature skin, however in my opinion it’s great for all ages. It is enriched with Rosehip and Brazil Nut oil from one of my favourite places in the world, Peru! The Rose hand cream comes with added sun protection of SPF 15 and helps to reduce appearance of brown sun spots on the skin. It has a pretty scent that reminds me of a stroll through a gorgeous rose garden. 
Both hand creams are a handbag essential I don’t leave the house without! 
You can buy The Body Shop Hand Creams in store or online – prices start from £5.00. 
The Body Shop Hand Cream Absinthe and Rose
– Post contains PR Samples, however all opinions are my own

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