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Review: Dr Organic Hand & Nail Creams

Dr Organic Hand & Nail Creams
I spotted this hand cream set in my local Holland & Barratt and decided to treat myself. This isn't the first time I've tried products from the Dr Organic range, I've also used the Dr Organic Manuka Honey Face Scrub and Lavender Deodorant.

The box contains three 20ml tubes of Hand & Nail cream in Manuka Honey, Virgin Olive Oil and Rose Otto. The set caught my attention as I thought it was a great way to test the products without committing to a full size tube. Also it enables you to sample a variety of fragrances and they are a convenient size for your handbag.

Fragrance is the only difference between the three creams. All the scents are lovely and it is difficult to choose a favourite but I keep reaching for Manuka Honey. They all perform exactly the same. The cream sinks into my skin easily, making them great for during the day as they are not left feeling greasy. My hands feel soft and I have not had any problems with irritation. My current staple hand cream is Tisserand but these perform exactly the same, I am very impressed and I would happily re-purchase a full size.

As with all Dr Organic products the hand creams are free from parabens, sls, artificial colours, artificial fragrance and preservatives. They are all suitable for Vegetarians, with exception of the Manuka Honey, they are also suitable for Vegans. 

There are a couple of other travel sets available for the same price. I spotted a Body Butter set and a Body Lotion set. Overall, I think the more I try from Dr Organic the more impressed I become. It would appear that this is a great budget friendly, natural skincare line available on your high street. Probably explains why they have been winning several awards, the Rose Rotto hand cream won Cosmopolitan Beauty 2011.

Have you tried Dr Organic? What did you think?