Tuesday, 1 September 2015

Lush: Helping Hands Review

Hey everyone :)

So before I went on holiday - Dave and myself went to Milton Keynes to get some holiday essentials - you know clothes, toothpaste, shampoo etc.

No trip is complete (in my book anyway) without a little visit to Lush - only a little one as the smell gives me a headache if I stay in there too long - god knows how the staff last 8 hours a day in that place!

I digress ...




I picked up this little pot of hand cream - called 'Helping Hands' because I was on the look out for a new hand cream and I had noticed the bottle we have at work is running low and we'll need a new one soon. 

The creams has lots of benefits such as:

> honey - a natural antiseptic 
> lavender & african marigold essential oils - relief
> gentle camomile - reducing redness
> linseed mucilage - softens rough hands/helps to minimise cracking
> almond oil/shea butter/cocoa butter - moisturising 



It costs £7.75 for 100g tub - which you may think is rather small but I've been using it for a month now and you wouldn't have thought I had been. So a little does go a long way. Unless you have massive hands lol.

The only downside (which maybe for some people is not a downside) is that I didn't think the product smelt much of anything. I had read other reviews (mainly on the Lush webpage) and people said they loved the smell. Obviously we're all more interested in what it does than how it smells ... but I just thought I'd mention it.

Let me know in the comments if you have bought or tried this product and what you thought.

If you want to find out anymore information on 'Helping Hands' such as ingredients or if you are gonna buy some then you can click HERE to go to Lush's webpage :)



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