It is said that Her Majesty The Queen is a fan of Clarins Hand and Nail Treatment Cream- perhaps answering the eternal question of "what does The Queen carry in her handbag?". Well, if it's good enough for Her Majesty, I was keen to check it out for myself.
The bestselling hand cream contains soothing Sesame Oil and fortifying Japanese Mulberry and is designed to soften, protect, hydrate and strengthen nails.
Presented in a slimline tube, Clarins Hand and Nail Treatment Cream looks chic and is functional for use.
The cream has a lightweight silky texture (I wasn't surprised to see Dimethicone in the ingredients list), which absorbed quickly and easily into skin, leaving no greasy residue. I loved the comforting citrus scent which lingered on the skin following application.
Following use, my hands were left looking smooth and feeling soft & nourished. It's not the most moisturising hand cream- the results were short lived meaning that I needed to reapply throughout the day but it's so enjoyable to use that I didn't mind.
It's easy to see why Clarins Hand and Nail Treatment Cream is so popular. At £21 for 100ml, it's pricey but nonetheless, I've really enjoyed trialling this and would highly recommend it.