A used tube, and a brand new tube of L'Occitane Shea Butter Hand Cream. Ready to go again.
L'Occitane is home to some enriching, joyful and elegant skin care products. I was initially introduced to the Shea Butter Hand Cream when purchasing this special tin of three different hand creams, and from there I was invited to become a member of their Passort to Provence program. Just like that, a free skincare consultation came in, and was handed some free samples of this cream of purity additionally. I gave them away to a couple of my friends, and they were rather impressed with the product concurrently.
The travel size at $12 per tube is popular
Normally, shea butter is a rather strong and heavy hand cream with a small scent of chocolate. Not the L'Occitane Shea Butter Hand Cream. First of all, the tube does not split or break with continuous use, and you only need a pea sized amount in order to reap the products benefits. A simple form of affordable luxury for only $12 (travel size) a pop. Great for when you're out and about. A tiny white blob is enough to mousturise your hands without any richness. Your rough as hands end up feeling silky smooth in a few moments. This French hand cream only contains around 20% shea butter, and according to L'Occitane, one shea butter hand cream is sold every three seconds around the world.
L'Occitane is a great French beauty brand
This hand cream also enjoys honey and almond extracts. This produce does spell luxe and quality. Pretty perfect for all skin types, and there are no oily extracts or residues afterwards. There are quite a few hand creams out there that are a bit too oily and rich. L'Occitane's Shea Butter Hand Cream contains neither of these undesirables. Use as often as you need. Also great to use once you have dried your hands (after washing them in a restroom) with one of those rougher paper towels.
Product comes in all different tube sizes
Hot tips: Firstly, the good news is you can buy this product duty free, and is available for purchase at most airport terminals. Secondly, as of March 2013, if you buy the current issue of the Australian Women's Weekly at Woolworths supermarkets, you will receive this product (again travel size) for free. Highly recommended.
Inside a L'Occitane store at Sydney's QVB
A free tube is available with the March 2013 Australia Women's Weekly, while stocks last.