Hand creams for me are extremely hit or miss. Either I am completely in love with one or I hate it and will just get rid of it. When I was asked if I wanted to give the Doctor Renaud Mango Hand & Nail Repair Cream* a try, I thought it would be perfect to see if I can find the perfect hand cream. Myself and my Mum having been testing it together as she is a complete hand cream junkie and knows her stuff and we are both in love with this one and it has become her new favourite!
This hand cream has the most gorgeous scent, as it is a mango hand cream it does smell like mangos but to me, its like mango sweets which I have just fallen in love with. The scent really does stick around for a good few hours after you apply it too. The hand cream is on the thicker side, I found using a 5p size for both hands is the perfect amount.
I hate when hate when hand creams leave your hands feeling greasy which normally ends up in me not using hand cream and removing it straight away when I do. This hand cream however doesn't leave your hands greasy, not even for a minute! It stinks in so quickly and leaves your hands feeling silky soft. Because of how it instantly leaves my hands feeling, for the first time ever with a hand cream I actually look forward to applying it and do so a couple times a day.
I get quite dry hands espically around my knuckles and this hand cream has completely fixed that. My hands have never been softer since using this hand cream and my Mum has said the exact same. My mum has used her fair share of hand creams from ones on the high street to super expensive high end ones and she has told me this is her new favourite and she will defiantly be repurchasing this when we run out!
I cannot fault this hand cream. Between the scent, how quickly it sinks into the skin and leaves my hands feeling I am in love with this stuff and highly recommend it if you hate the away most hand creams leave your hands feeling! This one is for you! If you want to get your hands on this yourself, it retails for £13.50 from the Doctor Renuad website (link here).
Have you tried this? What did you think of it?
*PR Sample. All opinions are my own.