L’Occitane One Minute Hand Scrub

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Usually I’m the source of cool beauty finds in the family but I was in my Mams bathroom recently and this little pot from L’Occitane (never pronounce that correctly!) was sitting on the ledge. Not one to resist a new beauty product I had to try it out. I’m a big fan of L’Occitane hand creams so was expecting good things!

I feel like my hands are starting to show their age a little lately and look really dehydrated. I’ve been trying to use my Hand Chemistry hand cream as much as possible as that’s one hand cream I’ve seen visible differences with. But my hands still look a bit parched.

This product is what it says on the tin a one minute hand scrub. I always find pots like this a bit messy but it’s such an oily product I’m not sure how else you could package it. The scrub is made of brown sugar in a Shea, sweet almond and grapeseed oil base. It feels quite gritty but it didn’t feel too harsh on my hands probably because of all the oil. It doesn’t even really take a minute to give hands a good scrub I think about 30 seconds is enough to see and feel a result.

scrub

After using this my hands were left feeling super soft and nourished and I can see why my Mam has been raving about it. My hands are definitely looking less dry and I’m hoping if I continue with this once a week and keep using the Hand Chemistry my hands will be transformed! Have you tried this one? Let me know if you have any hand saviours!

4 thoughts on “L’Occitane One Minute Hand Scrub

  1. Jessica

    This is what I need. I notice that my hands are drying up maybe because I do a lot of laundry lately. I guess my hand will be happy with this product.

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  2. Danielle Lilliwhiterose

    I didn’t know L’OCCITANE done a hand scrub! I’ve been missing out. My hands look really old and dry lately so this is definitely a product I’d like to try out x

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