My poor hands can’t get a break. In the winter, the cold dry air seems to suck the moisture right out of them. Now that the weather is warming up, I’m busy working outside, cleaning up the yard and deck, planting in the garden- all of which, of course, leads to more wear and tear on my hands. I’m determined to keep my hobbies AND my soft, pretty hands, so I continue on in my quest for the perfect hand cream.
The latest one I’m trying is LeliaSea Hand Cream From The Dead Sea. The unique formula incorporates natural minerals from the Dead Sea. I think it’s cool that this cream has been endorsed by luxury hotels. It is offered in VIP suites at the Las Vegas Venetian (where I’ve stayed and oh my gosh, beautiful) and 20 other luxury chains. It makes sense that out of ALL the choices buyers for high-end hotels are presented with, they would choose the very best for the clientele.
The cream itself is a thick, rich formula which immediately hydrated my skin and gave it a surface silkiness. I didn’t experience any unpleasant stickiness or greasiness, it absorbed quickly into my skin. I also didn’t notice any sort of scent, which is nice in a hand cream. I don’t want my hands clashing with my perfume or scented body products. This was definitely a soothing experience for my over-worked hands. I’m pretty sure I heard my fingers making happy little “ah!” sounds after being quenched.
I also like that they offer a 30 day money back guarantee. More companies should stand behind their products!
LeliaSea has generously offered the chance for one of my readers to experience this lovely hand cream for themselves. Just enter using the easy Rafflecopter form below. Winner will be chosen randomly and notified by email. This giveaway will be a little different than my usual ones. After drawing the winner, I will email you with a code to claim your completely free bottle of cream through Amazon. If you fail to do so, or do not open your email, within the timeframe allotted, you will forfeit your prize. This giveaway is open to the US only. The sponsor is solely responsible for all prizes.