The rich texture leaves hands soft and smooth. Protects and moisturizes hands. Non-oily.
Scent is quite strong.
Great price point. Free from parabens, phthalates, propylene glycol, and dyes. Great for carrying around in your bag.
Some think the scent is too sweet.
Works for both face and body. Only a small amount is needed. You can even use it on your hair for conditioning. High quality.
Some don't love the scent.
Delicately scented and provides a luxurious feel.
Somewhat pricey for what you get.
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For a dose of ultra-rich moisture and a subtle, nutty scent, shea butter hand cream is your friend. It’s great for protecting skin against harsh elements like freezing, windy temperatures, for treating mild burns, and even lessening stretch marks (especially on expectant mothers’ growing bellies). It soaks in quickly and is not greasy, so while rich and potent, shea butter hand cream will not feel heavy on your skin. You can find shea butter hand cream in convenient purse-sized tubes or large tubs, and prices range from $5 to $15, depending on the brand and number of ounces per package.
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