It has long been known that women give the age of their hands. At 25, I did not attach much importance to what hand cream I use. And lately, she has really begun to notice that if the age-related changes on the face are not so noticeable, then the condition of the skin on the hands leaves much to be desired.
I began to more carefully choose the means to care for your skin. If earlier a hand cream costing more than 300 rubles was for me an unacceptable waste, then now I often allow myself more expensive options.
For the upcoming winter, I chose a few brands for the sample and I want to share my impressions about them.
Winter Hand Cream from Natura Siberika
In general, I am not happy with the creams of Nature Siberik, but then I’ve been bribed by a winter word in the name of the cream. The cream was so-so, C grade. Differences from the usual moisturizer for the hands of the same brand, I did not notice.
The skin on my hands in winter is often very dry and flaky. This cream, like a dead poultice, a few minutes after applying the hand is again very dry and you want to smear them with something again. I didn’t really like the cream, and I think the name is just a marketing ploy.
Concentrated Hand Cream Neutrogena (Norwegian formula)
Cream is not cheap, as, in fact, all the means of this brand. A large package (75 ml) costs 1000 rubles. On trial, I took the mini-packaging. The consistency is quite thick, the smell is characteristic, persistent, but pleasant. In general, L`Occitane cream is quite odorous.
It nourishes well, the skin after it is smooth and gentle. But I will not buy again, there are analogues that are no less worthy, but cheaper in price.
In terms of price-quality ratio, I liked Cliven cream the most. Also a good cream Norwegian formula, especially for dry skin in the winter. The rest of the brand is unlikely to buy again.