No, girl, seriously, if Trader Joe’s sold this in life-size buckets or barrels, I would strip down and just dunk myself into them from toes to chin, and I’d do it every day — perhaps even multiple times a day — because this new hand cream (AHHH!) feels soooo good.
I got it at the store last Saturday. TJ’s has a few rose skin care products, actually. There’s also a rose oil and a rose facial toner, and this is the Rose Oil Ultra Moisturizing Hand Cream. It’s $4.99 for a 3-oz. tube and feels exactly like L’Occitane Shea Butter Hand Cream to me.
Both list Shea Butter as the second ingredient, so maybe that’s why.
It has that, like… How can I explain this? You know how your hands will feel good for about five minutes when you put on some hand creams, but then go back to feeling dry again afterward? Well, when I rub this stuff in, my skin feels quenched for hours.
It’s been really dry and windy here in Northern California lately. Before I started using this, the skin on my hands literally HURT, but this Rose Oil is making everything better.
It smells really good, too. Like rose hard candy! The scent is very light… You’ll be able to smell it if you get your nostrils all up in your hands, but the people around you won’t be able to catch a whiff
Next time I go to TJ’s, I’m going to grab however many tubes they have left on the shelf, if they have any.
I hope they do because, dude, I’ve been seeing this pop up on eBay for $13. Cray.
Love you, TJ’s!
In other news…
I know I’ve been posting less often than usual for the past few days, and there’s a good reason for that.
I’m still here. HI! Everything’s fine. 🙂 I’ve just been getting a new batch of products ready to launch on the connorclaire.com store, so I’ve been working on new designs for fun new cat and makeup-themed things.
ETA is within the next 2-3 weeks, so that’s what I’ve been doing between cat/baby duty and MBB posts. I’m still here and would love to chat about anything that’s on your mind, so please say wasssup and/or hi. Tell me about your cats! What you’re doing. What lipstick you’re wearing. You know, the usual things friends talk about.
Your friendly neighborhood beauty addict,