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Thursday, March 3, 2011

Soap & Glory Hand Food Hand Cream

I got the Soap & Glory Hand Food Hand Cream in exchange for the Burt's Bees Soap Bark and Chamomile Deep Cleansing Cream, which the boy got me for the second consecutive X'mas. It comes in a rather generous 125 ml pink tube with a flip-top cap and if I remember correctly, it is only $15 or thereabouts! Much cheaper than L'occitane or Crabtree and Evelyn but no lesser in quality. Superb.

Soap & Glory Hand Cream

What made me decide to get this hand cream was the sweet candy scent which I associated with the X'mas holiday. I would place the kind of scent in the same category as the Miss Dior Cherie or Paris Hilton perfume. Added to that was the fact that it contains a number of natural nourishing ingredients. It has shea butter, grapeseed oil, macadamia seed oil, sweet almond oil and vitamin E to deeply nourish dry skin, marshmallow root extract to soothe the skin, and white mulberry to inhibit melanin formation. It does however, contain parabens, glycols, EDTA, and parfum as well.

Soap & Glory Hand Cream ingredients
A rather rich cream, it surprisingly absorbs pretty well. Used sparingly, it leaves the skin well-hydrated but not greasy. The scent is pretty strong though and lingers for a long while, so if you are not into sweet candy scents, you'll miss out on a good deal.

Soap & Glory Hand Cream

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