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Crabtree & Evelyn Hand Therapy Collection - Rosewater [Review]

My hands get dry very often, winters mostly, summer not so much - but I like keeping them moisturized just like my face all year round. In summers I prefer a non-sticky and light formula hand cream, that is equally moisturizing. Hand cream is a must, especially after doing the dishes and before going to bed.
Crabtree & Evelyn Hand Therapy Collection

Crabtree & Evelyn Rosewater Hand Therapy:
Our intensive conditioning hand cream leaves hands feeling softer with each use. Formulated with macadamia nut oil, Shea butter and rose water to moisturize and soothe hands, and myrrh to help condition cuticles and nails. 

My experience:
Crabtree & Evelyn Rosewater Hand therapy cream is light in weight, non-greasy and nourishing. It has macadamia oil and shea butter, that moisturizes the hand and cuticles instantly making them buttery soft. Pea size amount is all you need for soft and nourished hands. The cream has a mild real rose scent, that lingers after the application for a few minutes. It blends seamlessly into the skin, without making them greasy/oily unlike a few hand creams.

The best thing about this product is the packaging. The hand cream comes in a metallic tube, that looks like a pretty pink ointment tube. Easy to carry in the smallest bag you have. It's been a few weeks since I'm using, and it  has made my hands and cuticles super soft. It is on a little pricier side, but it is something good to invest in.

Comes with a price tag: PKR 1050
Crabtree & Evelyn products are available at:

Rabeeyah's Rating: 4.5/5

Rabeeyah x


  1. The packaging is absolutely adorable!

  2. i've been eyeing this for quite sometime now, would probably get it for winters! :)

    1. You should. I totally love for summers because of my dry skin x

  3. ahh my feet are begging for something like this. not sure if i'd actually buy it and apply it to my feet of all the place haha!

  4. I am tempted!


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