Handy Hand Creams
My current favourite cold weather hand creams!
Featuring Kitty's fluffy bottom.
Although this variety of the Floriography Handcream is the Sweet Pea and Peony one, it's not as great as the Verbena and Chamomile one was at soothing my itchy, dry hands. The formula doesn't seem as ermmm... solid? It's more runny, BUT with a lovely mix of oils and potions it's still a winner in my eyes as a hand cream to take the edge away from my dermatitis. It's ultra moisturising and smells delicious. I picked this up from Poundland actually, but it was really limited stock. For a £1 though you simply couldn't have gone wrong!
Containing loveliness in the form of Lavender, Patchouli and Bergamont this smells as delicious as the packaging design looks. It's a lovely herby scent and absorbs so quickly in to my hands. I cannot describe how annoying it is when you moisturise your hands then need to send a text and your phone just slips out of them on to the floor, haha. But thankfully that doesn't happen with this. It's soothes and calms my skin endlessly and Shea Butter is an ingredient I have found which is really beneficial to my skin. It doesn't sting when it's applied on more sore area's either, like some over fragranced hand creams can, lovely.
The cheapest one in the selection for 75p this is a really nice every day hand cream. Not only does it make your hands instantly softer but it smells really nice and delicate too. Beeswax helps to lock in the moisture rather than restore it, so this is a great dry skin prevention cream too. Allantoin is a product I've haven't actually heard of before, but a quick google tells me that although it is a natural chemical compound it happens to be a great ingredient to increase moisture and also acts as an anti irritant - perfect for skin conditions like mine, as every day products like fairy liquid can flair up my dermatitis a lot.