If you are worried about having rough, chapped hands in the cold, harsh weather then you will be happy to hear that Essence has the solution for your worries.
Their new 24 h Hand Protection Balm Collection for Winter 2010 includes 3 new hand cream creations that pamper damaged winter skin and make it feel wonderfully supple and soft.
The new products will be available in a Limited Edition in stores between November and December 2010.
Sensual tea and fruit combinations offer the ultimate indulgence for hands in need of a little bit of care during this icy time of year. Nourishing ingredients, such as shea butter and coconut oil, provide the necessary intensive care. With these soothing creams, winter will be a lot more bearable this year!
24 h Hand Protection Balm Rooibos Tea & Blackberry
The soft-scented combination of rooibos tea and blackberry warms you up even before applying this delicious balm! Enriched with shea butter and coconut oil, it leaves your hands moisturized and soft for hours and hours!
24 h Hand Protection Balm Chai Tea & Mandarin
Pamper your hands with this delicious intensive hand protection balm. With rich and hardworking ingredients like coconut oil and shea butter, your skin will get all the moisture it needs. The smell of aromatic chai tea and tropical mandarin complete the ultra-indulgent hand care experience!
24 h Hand Protection Balm White Tea & Grenadine
The minute you open this luscious hand cream, the delicious aromas of white tea and grenadine soothe your senses. The tried and tested 24 hour repair formula provides the perfect care to get your hands through the tough winter months! Nourishing ingredients, including shea butter and coconut oil, turn rough, chapped skin into beautiful, well-groomed hands that you won’t want to hide!
I would choose this last balm with grenadine scent, which is actually one of my favorite fruits. I had body lotions and scrubs with this scent and I just love it.
Which Hand Protection Balm would you choose? 🙂
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