Crabtree & Evelyn has a series of wonderful hand creams. Amongst the series, one of the earlier ones I’ve tried is Gardeners Hand Therapy which contains shea butter as well as extracts of yarrow, clover and calendula to help soothe and condition work-roughened hands.
There’s a reason why Jurlique Rose Hand Cream is so popular and pricey. And the reason is that it scores high on the feel good factor, enticing me to want to indulge my hands with this cream over and over again.
First Contributing Feel Good Factor
The rose scent is so sweet, a whiff of the smell sends my spirit soaring high. In fact, it can get addictive and I find myself wanting to apply this hand cream very frequently, even though it is not because my hands are feeling dry. Rather, it is only because I cannot get enough of the rose scent!
Because I like to try different types of hand creams, I rarely buy a similar brand twice. However, I made an exception with Mavala Hand Cream. In fact, I can emphatically state that this is my current favourite hand cream. It’s by far the best in terms of quality and the price at S$14.50 for 50ml is really reasonable.