Originally created with nurses in mind as well as all those with cracked and sore hands. Honey is a natural antiseptic and, together with lavender and African marigold essential oils, brings relief. An infusion of gentle chamomile helps to reduce redness, while linseed mucilage softens rough hands and helps to minimise cracking. Almond oil, shea butter and cocoa butter are what makes this cream so moisturising, all bound in a loose emulsion that ensures it sinks in.
About 1 year ago
I've been using Helping Hands for a couple of weeks now and can honestly say, my hands have never felt better! I apply morning and night and find the lavender, oaty scent so relaxing before bed. Will definitely be stocking up!
- Chamomile Water
- Linseed Mucilage
- Almond Oil
- Stearic Acid
- Fair Trade Shea Butter
- Cetearyl Alcohol
- Fair Trade Organic Cocoa Butter
- Lavender Oil
- Tagetes Oil
- Alkanet Extracted in Castor Oil
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About 1 year ago
I have really bad eczema on my hands & constantly have My hands in water as a full time mum.
Most hand creams irritate my skin but after just one use of this hand cream it made a huge difference & no irritation. After a week there was a huge improvement!
I cannot recommend this hand cream enough it has been a life saver for me
About 1 month ago
I struggled with dry hands in the winter for the past, I'd even say 10 years. Tried different treatments to help my bleeding hands, including very thick healing creams with cotton gloves over night.
For some bizarre reason, although I looove Lush products, I never considered their hand creams. I'm not a fan of very thick, sticky oily moisturisers in general so it has always been quite tricky - hands apart, the rest of the skin on my body it's quite combination/oily!!
1 week ago
About 1 week ago
Helping hands is the best hand cream I found, I work in a school kitchen and always wash hands, they get sore dry and this is the only hand cream that doesnt sting and really works.
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