Soap and Glory hand food review
Soap and glory is a fun, fresh, fearless, fantastic British brand with the belief that while beauty absolutely matters, it doesn’t matters absolutely. And what a lovely tag line it is. So while my maiden visit to Sephora, I made my first purchase for this brand. I was eying for a good hand cream as I my hands were feeling dry for some time and due to that fine lines were appearing prominently on the fingers. Although i was using Vaseline but i never really liked its greasy formula. I picked this hand food cream and somehow I knew it won’t disappoint me and I am happy to say it did not. I have been using it from past 2 days and I really like how moisturized it keeps my hands without giving that greasy feeling. Anyways, let’s jump to the review ladies.
MRP: Rs. 390 for 50 ml
Packaging: Ahhh.. Packaging is really cute. I love the pink squeeze tube with a flip top cap. Packaging is travel friendly. Tube opening is small and dispenses the sufficient amount of cream.
Description: Non greasy hand cream with Shea butter, macadamia oil and marshmallow
Instructions for use: apply as often as you want to soften, smooth and soothe dry, chapped, or otherwise hampered hands.
Fragrance : Fruity fragrance which is not too strong but is very soothing and stays on the hands for long. On tube it is described as Original Pink Fragrance.
Consistency/formula: Cream has thick consistency but is very easily absorbed on the hands. The non greasy formula is a plus point and keeps the hands hydrated and moisturized. The formula is so good that hands don’t feel dry even after you wash them. But I still recommend to reapply after washing the hands.
Cute and travel friendly packaging.
The nozzle allows the right amount of product to dispense.
Contains Shea butter which is known to be a superb moisturizer with exceptional healing properties for the skin.
Keeps the hands hydrated for long.
Basically it does what it claims.
People may find it expensive but the quality they are offering makes it worth the price paid.
Availability can be an issue.