Thursday, October 28, 2010

Product Review: L'Occitane Dry Skin Shea Butter Hand Cream

I recently received a sample size of the L'Occitane Shea Butter Dry Skin Hand Cream for free with the purchase of a magazine so I've been using it. My review is simple. It's fabulous if you can stand the smell! This is a non-greasy hand cream that really softens dry hands, however it has a strong soapy odor that is nearly intolerable. If you want to try it, I would suggest using it in very small amounts at night before you go to bed or anytime you're just at home as the scent would overwhelm your perfume.

As it stands, I'll continue using the 1 oz. sample that I received, but I probably wouldn't purchase a replacement when it runs out. There are bound to be better options that smell better as well!


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4 comments:

  1. Bath and Body Works too has a special Cashmere line of hand creme. It gloves like a really light dream... and it smells very good. :)

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  2. My favorite hand cream so far is from Eucerin (white tube, green cap). It's unscented and AHA's in it so it moisturizes and softens dry skin.

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  3. The dry skin creme from Kiehl's is great and smells nice. I agree about that particular Loccitane product - I bought a full tube to keep at work and couldn't wait to finish it. Although there are other things they do that I love.

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