I love hand creams and if you notice the creams targeting on hand care have the right amount of greasiness to it. Yes not all of them, but a majority of them. I tend to apply and reapply hand cream many times in a day. I hoard sanitizers and hand creams! Hence I tend to experiment with every other cream in the market, but off late I have repurchased The Body Shop Hand Cream in the fragrance Moringa thrice and with that, I think I should review it here for all the readers.
Small, travel-friendly squeeze tube with rolling cap. The tube looks pretty good and the size makes it possible to slide one in any handbag or makeup kit.
INR 350 – 30ml
My Experience with The Body Shop Hand Cream:
I hate the greasy feeling and tend to use only water based lotions or creams. In fact, many a times I stick to plain rose water with a drop of glycerine or almond oil to avoid the greasy feeling. But for my hands – I have a good routine in place. Heavy duty moisturizer in the night and light non-greasy formulas during the day. I came across body shops tiny tube packaging of hand cream and I instantly went for the Moringa fragrance. I have been using it for a long time now and this cream has been a savior and go-to option. Probably I kept experimenting and investing in a variety of hand creams all this while because I could not find the perfect one for every weather and every time of the day. The formula of this cream is light weight and perfect for hands. It has very soft floral Moringa scent which is not at all strong or overpowering. It gets absorbed very quickly, leaves no white cast at all. A tiny pea size amount for one application is enough for me. I tend to reapply this cream multiple times and hence I find the rolling cap annoying. A click cap would be better.
Colour of The Body Shop Hand Cream
No white cast
Will I repurchase?
Do I recommend this product?
- Lovely mild fragrance
- Travel-friendly packaging
- Not greasy
- spreads easily
- Does not leave white cast
- Does not make the skin sticky but smooth
- Little pricey
- I didn’t like the cap much
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