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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).
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 love lotions for the winter cold months. My hands dry quickly and this lotion is great and not too oily. Only downfall is the price point. I do wish it was a bit more reasonable but overall is great on the hands.4
First of all I'm not a hand lotion person, but I tried not to let that color my judgment/review. It is a VERY thick lotion and it felt like it took a while to get it spread out on my hands and not have it be streaking white. It wasn't too sticky on the back of my hands but felt a bit tacky on my fingers and palms. The smell was fine - not too strong. The sample was pretty tiny - but that's probably a good thing in this particular case because it's so thick.3
Absolutely loved this hand cream. Wish there was more in the sample size though.5
Very smooth and I love the smell of it. I use it every day and I feel like my hands are very smooth after that4
I am always on the quest to find the best lotion for my extremely dry hands. I've tried inexpensive to very expensive lotions. Nothing has really worked. I have three little kids and wash my hands possibly more than 100 times a day and I'm a little of a germ freak. Boutique hand lotions don't usually work on me. They usually smell nice but don't absorb very well. The worse is the oily ones. I wouldn't even give those pricey French lotions five stars. I've tried every lotion at Sephora too. Now that you know a little about my background I want to give you my impression of this lotion. The smell was amazing. It comes out thick and creamy. The ingredients are great with no parabens and sulfates. It was very moisturizing and absorbed well into the skin. It wasn't sticky or greasy. If your hands are moderately dry and you would like to pamper yourself then I would recommend this lotion. I gave it four stars for myself because it doesn't conquer my dry hands. After 20 minutes of when I put it on, my hands needed more moisturizing. Out of many of my hand creams that I've tried.. I would still purchase this product just because it smells so good and has a semi good effect on my extremely dry hands. This is a nice lotion to pamper yourself with :-)!4
I enjoyed this hand cream a lot. It is thick but not too greasy, and feels like a nice small way to pamper myself, especially in winter when my hands are very dry. The fragrance wasn't my favorite but is pretty subtle. It's too pricey for me to purchase right now but I will keep it in mind if I am looking for a good hand cream in the future.4
Its a good lotion, but my hands get extremely dry in the winter and there are other products I like more for a lower price point - however the smell is very lovely compared to some of those.3
With winter here my skin has been very dry and this lotion doesnthe trick. Itnhas a light fragrance I enjoyed. Very thick cream, the only thingnis it it pricey, but im excited to try other things from this brand.4
This was a nice smelling but ineffective hand cream. Not worth the $$ to buy full size.3