If you've been reading my blog for a while, or if you're caught up on older posts, you know that I'm obsessed with Smith Farms Marshmallow Face Cream! I'm actually running low on it and having a little panic attack about running out because it's out of my budget right now and shipping is so expensive too :(!
Today I bring you another product by the wonderful company, the Smith Farms Vitamin Rich Hand Cream!
Claim: "Sunflower oil brings a multitude of vitamins to your hands while castor oil provides the lightest of barriers with no greasy or sticky feel. This fast absorbing hand lotion applies beautifully, protects your hands from the elements while helping to soften them with healing aloe vera, chamomile flower water and vitamin E. Gentle on sensitive skin and skin conditions such as rosacea, eczema and psoriasis."
Scent: This hand cream has a bit of an odd smell, nothing bad. It almost smells like a vitamin/medicine in a way. It's nothing overwhelming, however.
Packaging: This hand cream comes in a tube applicator which pushes the product out very easily. You don't need to apply much pressure at all for this to come out.
Texture: The texture of this hand cream is really great. It's very lightweight, creamy, and almost feels like butter but in a non-greasy way. The claim is 100% true when it states there is no greasy or sticky feel. A little goes a long way with this hand cream, like the face cream, and it blends into the skin wonderfully.
Thoughts: So far, Smith Farms has not yet disappointed me. I'm so happy with their products that I've tried and I will definitely continue to use them. This hand cream has really helped, especially with colder weather approaching. My hands are in pretty good shape and have been, however I was noticing some drying from painting my nails so often but this has really helped. I've been using this for about a month or so and my hands and cuticles never get dry and my brother is always saying how soft my hands feel, haha.
Do I recommend it? Yes!
Would I repurchase? Yes.
This product was sent to me as a gift, I was not asked to review it.
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