Friday, February 21, 2014

Roger & Gallet hands & nails cream review

Mini things make me so happy.  Not only do they make me feel like a giant as I hold them, but they're super handy for throwing in the bottom of a handbag or keeping at my desk.  As someone who has been known to carry around a lot of beauty related things (I currently have 11 lip products in my bag) I'm making a conscious effort to only carry around what I need.  And obviously I need 11 lip products.

These new hand creams from Roger & Gallet are beautious.  Not only are they small, but the packaging is lovely and bright, making it easy to find them in the depths of my handbag.  Oh and they'd be perfect for travelling too.  Sorry, I really have a goo on me for a holiday so any excuse to start thinking of travel friendly products.

Each of the three hand creams is enhanced with shea butter and the Rose hand cream also has calming rose petal extract and protects skin against irritation.  Fleur d'Osmanthus is enriched with apricot kernel oil which softens and soothes the skin and Creme Sublime has nourishing argan and evening primrose oil and also has SPF15.

I'm a huge fan of the Roger & Gallet scents, having three of them in The Perfume Drawer at work for everyone to use, so these hand creams will a) enhance whichever R&G fragrance I'm using and b) have to be hidden from the girls at work (sorry girdles) as I love them too much.

Yes, you'll most likely be caught smelling your hands like a weirdo when using these but who cares, they'll want to have a go too when they get a whiff of them.  I've definitely noticed that when I apply a hand and nail cream or an oil to my nails, within a few days they're more nourished and don't peel as much as usual but I always forget to use something on them.  Having lovely perfumed creams like this encourages me to make an effort and at €6.50 each, they're cheap as chips!

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