Although the weather has warmed up in the past few weeks, for some reason my hands are still dry and a bit flaky. I’m gonna hold my job responsible for this but my dry hands also get sore, and needs sorting out. For the past few months, I’ve had my Soap & Glory Endless Glove Moisture Mask and Hand Cream on my desk ready to grab at a moment’s notice. I have the small travel size tube, which I found in Boots, since I wasn’t sure if I wanted to buy the massive full size version. The travel size I have can be bought for £2.50, which I don’t think is a bad price to pay for what I was using as a “sample” product.
As the photo above demonstrates, the packaging is a simple tube, and is a great size for travelling with. The cap is reasonably sturdy, and I haven’t had any issues with it. As far as how the packaging looks, I don’t really care. Pink isn’t a colour I like very much, but it doesn’t affect the cream itself, so I try not to be picky.
The cream itself isn’t too thick, which I like. It spreads really nicely over the skin. It has a fruity kind of scent, although I can’t quite place on what the specific scent is. Although the scent isn’t very strong, so if you don’t like fragrances very much, it isn’t too bad.
I really like how soft my hands feel after the cream sets in, and it really makes a significant difference to the texture of my skin. During the winter months, this cream is fantastic to keep by my bed, as it works overnight to help soften my hands. I don’t think this is a bad product to keep in my bag either, but there are definitely other products out there which have more appropriate packaging.
For what it is, this is a pretty nice product. I can’t really fault it: it’s cheap as a travel sized do product, the cream does its job well, and the packaging is reasonably good for what it is. I have a few other hand creams I want to get through after this one, but I would definitely consider buying the full size version of this product.
Thank you for taking the time to read my post, it really means a lot to me. If you have any suggestions for other hand creams you think are worth trying out, I would love to hear about them.