Rosehip lovefest – hands

Do you like Terry’s Chocolate Orange? You know, the one that’s shaped like an orange and cut into slices? Orange chocolate seems to be quite polarising – you either love it or you hate it. Me? Love it. Love it.

So when I came across Grown Vanilla and Orange Peel hand cream I was off-the-chart smitten. It smells so amazing, like diving into a creamy bath of orange chocolate and vanilla cream. I have been sprung surreptitiously licking my hands on more than one occasion.

The fact that it’s organic, made from grape seed, wheatgerm, and sweet sweet rosehip oil also helps. These beautiful, non-greasy ingredients fight evil free radicals and boost skins natural protective function, as well as increase skin’s lipid content which helps restore moisture and enhance moisture retaining capabilities. Mmmm…moisture.

You know, your hands are always a dead giveaway for your age. No amount of treatments, botox, facelifts and makeup can hide the age spots and wrinkles on your hands (even hand botox won’t hide age spots, ladies). I realised just how important hands were mid last year when someone who I thought was early 30s hand her hands on the table and…well…she had the hands of a 50 year old. Good for her face, bad for her hands? Destined for a lifetime of gloves? I don’t know. The moral is, nutella should always be eaten with a dessert spoon – don’t waste time with a teaspoon! (and look after your hands, duh)

Price: $24 for 65ml tube $66 for 500ml pump bottle
From: Myer, DJs and a few select stockists
Why you need it: It smells good, it’s good for you, the packaging is gorgeous recycled cardboard and the black tube looks classy. It ticks all the boxes.

Picture credit: grown.net.au

One Response to "Rosehip lovefest – hands"

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  1. reality raver

    January 7, 2010 at 1:02 am

    Natio does a good rosehip oil.

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