My hands stay dry. In the winter I blame it on the cold and in the summer I blame it on the heat… In reality I should blame it on the fact that I don’t moisturize them enough. I wash dishes (a.k.a. bottles) several times a day, change my daughter’s diapers (meaning more hand washing), fold laundry (which can dry out your hands)… While I feel like I am finally coming into my own as a domestic goddess my hands are seriously suffering. I have recently been using the Perlier Shea Butter Hand Cream to help me repair my hands.
I have been using this for a couple weeks and finding that I really like it. Not only is this luxurious hand cream formulated with 100% organic shea butter and extracts of white lily which soothes and hydrates, but it also helps to improve the look of the skin! My hands look much older than they should and since I have started using this I notice that they look so much younger. THe elasticity and firmness of the skin on my hands has really improved greatly.
I was actually giving my friend a manicure the other night and used this on her. She works with her hands and they were extremely dry because of that. After buffing her nails and removing her cuticles told her to use the Perlier Shea Butter Hand Cream. After a minute or two of her putting it on she kept commenting on it. She couldn’t believe just how great it felt. She said, “Oh wow, this feels like silk.” I would have to agree. It feels like pure, hydrating silk slathered all over. My hands drink this stuff up!
The Perlier Shea Butter Hand Cream can be purchased from HSN for $15 (3.3 fl oz) or you can buy any of the gift packs in which it is included. Either way, it is great stuff and I urge you to try it! Perlier will actually be on HSN on July 24th and 25th so definitely tune in that day! If you are addressing them on Twitter, Facebook or Pinterest be sure to use the hashtag #PerlierOnHSN!
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