Sunday, 1 June 2014

Soap & Glory | Endless Glove Hand Mask & Cream

I've always been a fan of Soap & Glory products, pretty much like every other blogger. I can't wait until Christmas comes along and Boots have their special offer on the big Soap & Glory gift sets. I always end up buying a couple and saving them to use during the year. This year I didn't bother as a lot of the products I don't normally use, such as the sugar scrub and body butter, so I ignored the hype and just bought a few of the products in the 3 for 2 range. 

I bought a few of the Endless Glove hand mask and creams during the offer. I've used this for several years as it's the only hand cream I'm not allergic to, and that helps with eczema and dry skin during the winter months. It did take me a while to find it as this year they've changed the packaging from the mint green to pink. 
I'm not 100% sure, as I don't have my previous tube, but I think some of the ingredients have changed as well. The fragrance has changed a little too, but still smells absolutely divine. 

Endless Glove is designed with an 'eight-oil aqua wrap' to help keep your hands nourished and soft for up to 12 hours. I can't say whether this is true or not as due to a lot of nappy changing and using baby wipes, and a lot of antibacterial hand washing, my hands end up really dry quite quickly so I end up going through a lot of the product daily. However, there a tube of Endless Glove can last me months as you only need a tiny bit to moisturise. Endless Glove contains Macadamia Oil and Shea Butter helping to leave your skin velvety smooth. 

I've tried several hand cream products in the past, some leaving my hands incredibly oily, some making my hands drier than before, and some bringing me out in a rash, but I can safely say that this is the one I continually go back to. Hands down (pun intended!) this hand cream is a lot better than the Hand Food one you regular get in Soap & Glory gift sets, that normally brings me out in a rash and stings my eyes after several minutes. 

You can buy a 125ml tube of Endless Glove from Boots at £6.50. I know it's a little bit more expensive than other hand creams, but with it being so effective and lasting a few months, I don't mind the price tag. 

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