Hi lovelies! How you've all been doing? I've been quite busy lately so sorry for my lack of posts. Hope I'll soon be back on track but in the meantime I hope you'll bear with me. So, for today's post I'm going to show you a hand care product I've been really liking, the Blue Labelle Replenishing Hand Oil*. This product replaced their Hand Oil with Rosemary, which I've mentioned before in the post where I've talked about my bedtime routine. You can check it out here.
The new and improved version contains 100% certified organic ingredients. Amazing. This hand oil is a blend of beautiful oils such as Camellia (rejuvenates skin), Jojoba (highly penetrative and skin softening), Sweet Almond (promotes healing of chapped skin) and Safflower Oil (fast absorbing and rich in omega 6). These are the base of the product, but there are also some oils that have been extracted with CO2 technology. This extraction process produces extremely pure plant extracts, that are also called supercritial CO2 extracts. One of those is for example Pai's Rosehip Oil, which is btw one of the best facial oils out there. At least in my opinion. The hand oil has Amaranth, Sea Buckthorn and Rosemary CO2 extracts. All ingredients in the hand oil are certified organic and registered by The Vegan Society.
It has quite a nice scent of Rosemary, Geranium and Lavender. It's said that this blend deeply penetrates skin to leave it rejuvenated & fortified. Formulated to absorb with no residue, standing it apart from hand creams which can leave a greasy feel after applying. Okay, first of all, this is an oil so you have to expect a bit of an oily residue. But this oil doesn't have a heavy and thick consistency, not at all. It's very lightweight and it quickly sinks into the skin. Which isn't always the case with oils. Immediately after application it does leave a bit of a residue on my skin. I would say it leaves a silky touch to the skin. You feel it's there but it doesn't feel greasy. It just leaves my skin smooth and quite soft. I can easily use it through the day but usually I only apply one drop on the tops of my hands and leave my fingertips free of oil so I don't mess up my keyboard. But in the evenings I just slather it on and don't worry about a thing.
If your hands are extremely dry, like hard core dry, then maybe this oil wouldn't be enough, but on dry to normal skin it works beautifully.
Have a lovely week everyone!
*sample generously provided