Sunday, December 29, 2013

The Body Shop Cranberry Joy Hand Lotion & Ginger Sparkle Hand Cream: Review

Disclaimer: The products featured were provided for review.
Hey guys! Today I have a couple of The Body Shop holiday hand creams to share with you guys. Since all the holiday stuff are now on sale, it's the perfect time to stock up on some skincare and bath products!
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First up is the Cranberry Joy Hand Lotion, the one I have is shaped like a bulb and dispenses through a pump which makes things super convenient. I leave this right by the sink so after I wash my hands I can dispense just a tad bit and rub it into my cuticles.
The texture of this is very light, it's moisturizing and absorbs very quickly. The smell is a very refreshing, a nice medley of berry fragrances. The bottle holds 240ml, which means this baby is going to last me a long long time.
The original price of this is $12 and now it is only $6! Also, The Body Shop is doing a buy 3 get 3 sale so there really is no better time to stock up.
Next up is the Ginger Sparkle Hand Cream. The one I have is a cute mini 30ml tube. Formulation wise, this one is not much different from the Cranberry Joy Hand Lotion. Light but moisturizing, I store this one in my backpack for dry hand emergencies.
It doesn't smell quite like ginger bread cookies like the little ginger bread man on the packaging seem to suggest, it rather has a very salient smell of freshly minced ginger, which isn't my favorite smell in the world because it doesn't have any sweetness to it but I don't really mind. It's definitely very refreshing so I can use it as a pick-me-up.
Originally $6, this is currently on sale for only $3, so I say pick it up in stores or online while it's still available!
Alright, that's it for now, I'll be back Monday for some makeup review, for now I am debating whether or not I should make a trip to the mall for some last chance Boxing Day deals......
What's your go-to hand cream? Let me know in the comments below!

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