Monday, 11 August 2014

Balance Me Rose Otto Hand Cream

I've tried a few things from Balance Me before when there have been free samples in a magazine and I really like the way the brand uses naturally active botanicals, hi-tech natural formulations and pure grade essential oils in their skincare range. I think their packaging is always really cute looking too.

I was offered the chance to try their Rose Otto Hand Cream* which is fab as I'm always on the lookout for a new hand cream to try!

The hand cream is blended with kukui nut and camelia oils, organic shea butter and anti-oxidant rich Arctic cloudberry. It is 98.8% natural and is free from parabens, sulphates, petroleum, mineral oils, silicones, dea, pegs, propylene glycol, artificial fragrances and colours.

The first thing you notice with this beautiful hand cream is the scent. It's a gorgeous, sophisticated rose scent that I can't get enough of. This alone, makes it such a pleasure to use but getting on to its main purpose... The formula is a thick cream that you just know is going to be so hydrating on the skin. On application the product sinks into the skin immediately leaving a velvet finish. As your hands aren't left greasy, this is perfect for use during the daytime as well as bedtime. It leaves my hands hydrated for hours. I also love the pink packaging!

The Rose Otto Hand Cream comes in a generously sized 100ml tube for £14.50 and is available from the Balance Me website here.

If you're already a Balance Me fan, you may be interested to know about their Beauty Voyage competition on their Twitter and Facebook page. Follow the instructions below to try and bag yourself some goodies! 

If I'd received my hand cream a day earlier it would have made it's way to Barcelona with me and there would have been some pretty amazing photos taken with it! 

Have you tried any Balance Me products?
Which ones are your favourites?

1 comment

  1. I haven't really had a chance to try any Balance Me products, this is definitely on my wishlist xx


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