Hand Cream On the Hoof!

I literally did buy this Mane ‘n Tail Hand Cream on the hoof. I was rushing through the Beauty Department in Liberty London and I saw this amazing section of ‘must-haves’. One off products that address a specific problem. Dry hands being one of mine.

Maneandtail

The bright yellow and navy packaging caught my eye and the sight of a horse on the packaging piqued my interest. Well if it was used on their dry hard hooves then it should work miracles on my hands and nails! Let’s be quite clear that my hands are certainly not like hooves, they are neither cracked nor have calluses. However I wash them a number of times during the day and then I always moisturise with a good hand cream.

So after trying this for a month I can see that yes it is a good hand cream and it is surprisingly light and easily absorbed, which for me is always the key benefit (I can’t stand sticky hands) and the smell is quite pleasant. Would I swap it for my L’Occitane tried-and-tested-firm-favourite Shea Butter Hand Cream? Not on your life! Nor would I replace my newly discovered Phebo Fig Hand Cream, a present from my Brazilian friend.

Definitely worth a try and the price is extremely reasonable, you get a lot for your money.

Available at Liberty RRP £8.00

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I am a fitness and beauty blogger and love trying out new products and treatments! And I am interested in all things connected to optimum wellbeing and good health, be it nutrition, skincare products or exercise!
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