Tried and tested: Dermalume's No.1 Velvet Roses Hand Therapy


  1. Enriched by rosehip oil

I use rosehip oil on my face every day, so I was pleased to see it as a hero ingredient in Dermalume No.1 Velvet Roses Hand Therapy. Rosehip oil is rich in essential fatty acids and antioxidants which help to repair and protect the skin, plus restore hydration – goodbye, dry hands! Also, in the mix is papaya extract which has a high concentration of vitamins A and C, which are both great for encouraging cell renewal and promoting brighter more youthful looking skin.

  1. Gorgeous natural scent

Dermalume enlisted a master perfumer to design scents that were authentic representations of their natural forms. As a result, the Velvet Rose Hand Therapy smells like real garden roses. The fragrance is soft and feminine and I like it because doesn’t overpower my perfume.

  1. Absorbs fast, like really fast!

When it comes to applying a hand cream, for me fast absorption is a non-negotiable. And despite all the richly nourishing ingredients in the formula, the hand cream sinks into the skin in a snap and leaves nothing behind, nothing! I love that I can apply Hand Therapy and go about my day without feeling greasy or sticky.

The verdict?

Thanks to Dermalume’s No.1 Velvet Roses Hand Therapy I’m now a hand cream convert, and I apply it twice a day. I didn’t realise how rough and dry the skin on my hands had gotten until I saw the damage reversed. My hands are not only softer and more hydrated (and nicer to hold!), but the skin appears plumper and I’ve noticed fewer lines.

 

 

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