Tuesday, 26 January 2016

Speed Review: Mandara Spa Honeymilk Dream Nourishing Hand Cream

I've tried a couple of products from the Mandara Spa range but I must confess that it's not one with which I'm overly familiar. However, my hands have been feeling a little parched lately so I reached for the Mandara Spa Honeymilk Dream Nourishing Hand Cream from my "to try" box.

Mandara Spa Honeymilk Dream Hand Cream review

Mandara Spa Honeymilk Dream Nourishing Hand Cream is described as a rich & protective hand & nail cream with softening kukui nut oil, moisturising wheat germ oil & vitamin E to leave hands nourished for longer. It's free from "nasties" such as mineral oil and parabens.

On first impressions, the packaging is in keeping with the spa branding. The functional tube with flip top lid is transparent plastic with a matte finish and rose gold details. I was happy to have it on my desk at work.

Mandara Spa Honeymilk Dream Nourishing Hand Cream has a richer texture than I was expecting. It'a a smooth, rich cream which took a little effort to absorb into skin but once it did, there was absolutely no greasy residue. My hands were left feeling velvety smooth & conditioned. The fact that a little goes a long way is offset by the need to reapply fairly regularly. I didn't mind this as a trade off for there being no greasy residue but it does somewhat undermine the "to leave hands nourished for longer" claims.

I loved the scent which is a comforting (but not sickly) blend of acacia honey & almond which lingered delicately on skin for a few hours following the initial application.

Mandara Spa Honeymilk Dream Nourishing Hand Cream costs £7.50 for 75ml which I feel is a reasonable price given the spa branding & indulgent feel of the product.


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