Fashion & Beauty, Hair & Beauty
Review: Superdrug Hand Therapy Hand Creams
Posted February 14, 2014 by Bethanie Lunn
@Mummymusings and @MummyandBabba1 tweeted me saying that, since becoming a mum, they have their hands in water all the time. Keeping hands germ-free, sterilising bottles, wiping dirty faces…hands…bibs…high chairs = constant washing of hands. They both therefore asked me if I could recommend a good hand cream.
I love Superdrugs Hand Therapy range as they’re not only affordable and last ages, but they’ve got one to suit every beauty need too.
Superdrug Hand Therapy 2in1 Hand and Nail Cream, £1.49/ 75ml uses keratin and pro-vitamin B5 to moisturise and soften skin whilst strengthening nails. Used regularly, it will promote stronger nails making them less likely to flake or break so if you love having longer nails, you can now maintain them easily.
The consistency was light and gel-like, absorbing in around one minute and leaving my mitts feeling silky.
Superdrug Hand Therapy Anti Age Cream, £1.49/ 75ml Similar to the consistency above, this one contains age-defying anti-oxidants Con-Enzyme Q10 and Vitamin E to help minimise the visible signs of ageing. It’s ideal to use on summer holidays too thanks to the UV filters which help to protect your hands against ultra violet rays.
|The richer Dry Skin Cream|
Superdrug Hand Therapy Dry Skin Cream, £1.49/ 75ml is more concentrated than the others making it most suitable for nighttime, although it is easily absorbed. Leave it on your bedside and apply before you to go sleep while the glycerin gets to work to soothe very dry hands, re-hydrate and protect your skin against further dryness.
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…ooh, and Happy Valentines Day! x