Please enter your password to continue.
Former interior designer Kat Burki knows it’s all in the details. From the purest ingredients to pretty packaging, she lends a discerning eye to every product in her skincare line. This deeply therapeutic cream harnesses the power of calendula, chamomile, and other natural ingredients as it nourishes and softens hands (a not-quite-so-obvious place that shows the first signs of aging).
texture it good and it is very moisturizing but the smell is real bad. kind of like bad bananasâ€¦too bad1
Left my hands soft and moisturizer, but I hated the scent, and can't see myself spending this much on hand cream.1
I was not impressed. I have the driest of dry hands (often bleeding actually) and this didn't do much to remedy them. I did however LOVE the scent . . . . very light and citrusy.1
I understand wanting to protect your "proprietary formula" but to list zero actual ingredients with your sample packaging does not entice me to make a purchase. Throwing the word "natural" around repeatedly without an ingredient list makes the product seem shady. We get that a lot in the hippie sphere and it generally means the product is full of preservatives, chems, etc. :P1
The smell was good. The packaging was very nice. I had high hopes for this one. But the texture of the lotion was strange.. sorta sticky.. kinda gritty.. I am not really sure how to describe it.1
I was super excited to try this product, but once I applied it, it just felt too greasy. I waited awhile to see if it would absorb, but it didn't and I didn't notice a huge difference before and after application. Also, the smell was strong, but not particularly enjoyable. I was hoping it would smell more flowery versus medicinal.2
I tend to love thick body creams/hand lotions/etc. and this one is no exception. My hands felt really soft and smooth after using this product. But I couldn't get used to the smell. It's not the best. So I won't be buying the full size.2
Didn't see anything special about this lotion. It's so little of a sample and didn't care for the smell. Prefer facial lotions and products.2
The lotion worked well on my dry skin (hands). It didn't work well enough though to replace the drugstore brand I use at a fraction of the price -- I go through too much lotion in the winter!3
I was disappointed in this sample because I'm normally a huge fan of hand lotions. The sample itself was very small, so there wasn't a lot to work with. I wasn't a fan of the texture and it didn't do well in hydrating my skin.3