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After a long day of handling thorny situations, Crabtree & Evelyn's Gardeners hand therapy is just the help you need. nutrient-rich shea butter helps nourish and condition work-roughened hands, cocooning your hands in moisture. This intensive hand cream is made up of a base of light-weight shea butter, with ceramides 3 and 6 II to improve the skin's barrier function and reduce moisture loss. Added myrrh extract conditions nails, and hyaluronic acid holds moisture close to the skin. The cream is infused with the herbaceous freshness of green clover, sage, thyme and rosemary to evoke the wild scents of a traditional English garden.
Founded in 1972 by Cyrus Harvey, Crabtree & Evelyn has evolved from a small, family-run business which, specialised in fine soaps from around the world, to an international company, well known and respected for its original fragrances, luxurious toiletries, gourmet foods and gifts for those who enjoy a sophisticated lifestyle.
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Simply the best hand cream/therapy on the market. I suffer from excessively dry/chapped hands, painful at times and this is the only hand cream that soothes. Read morePublished 6 days ago by CleoReeta
Arrived in good time and well packaged. It's a present so cannot comment on the product itself.Published 1 month ago by Phil
I love this cream and when used with hand restoring scrub it's twice the luciousnessPublished 5 months ago by florence knowles
Bought as gift for female gardener and apparently excellent product to revive hands and have since replenished.Published 5 months ago by Lord Ork
A friend bought my wife this cream,so i was delighted when i found i could order some.It came as stated ,well packed .davidPublished 6 months ago by david
A keen gardener, myself, I bought two tubes of this cream as Christmas presents ... to avoid having to tramp round in the pre-Christmas rush. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Bettina Alice O'Dair