Friday, 6 December 2013

Review - Myroo Natural Skincare Geranium Hand Treat


 

If you read my Weekly Favourite posts that I do on a Sunday you will know that this autumn/winter my hands have been really suffering with the cold and have been resembling sand paper on a few occasions. This means I have been on the quest to try lots of hand creams to find the best one to help keep my hands hydrated and smooth.

One hand cream I have been trying out is the Myroo Geranium Hand Treat* which has been applied to my hands nightly for the past couple of weeks.
The Hand Treat is one of Myroo's best selling products and has a combination of Organic Nilotica Butter, Vitamin E, Shea butter and Gernium essential oils in to soften repair, soothe and nourish your hands. It is rich in omega oils and even though it is quite oily when you first apply it the hand treat soon absorbs into your hands taking away that tight, dry feeling.
I do tend to use this at night as it is a bit more oilier than your standard hand cream but I find that this gives much more nourishment and I wake up with my hands feeling smooth and soft.

The Geranium Hand Treat comes in a a thick plastic jar (I thought it was glass to begin with) which is great to have sitting on your bedside table ready to apply before bed. It also arrived in a gorgeous box which I really liked, the packaging is simple without being boring.

A 35g jar retails for £10 which I would say is mid price point and totally worth it for this fantastic hand treatment. You pick it up form the the website here.

I hadn't heard from Myroo before trying the Hand Treat but I would definitely like to try more. It is a brand that is based North Yorkshire and all of their products are 100% natural and free from nasty chemicals, parabens, SLS and palm oil.

Have you heard of Myroo before?

*PR Sample


6 comments:

  1. I reviewed a facial serum from Myroo a while back and I still haven't got around to trying more things from them. I like the sound of this cream, I'm the same as you sand paper hands in winter, drives me bonkers, I'm currently using Dr Organic Manuka hand cream & I just bought one from Deep Steep. I keep one at work, one at home :-)

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    1. Not tried either of those, will check them out. X

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  2. That is some beautiful packaging, and it sounds like a fantastic product :)

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  3. This sounds fab, I really love the fact that it's 100% natural :)

    The Belle Narrative

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