Hand cream for days.

Happy Saturday! Currently spending a rock and roll night in by myself watching Les Miserables for the millionth time (Look dowwwn, look dowwwnn), drinking wine and watching catching up on blogging. The Boy is away on a night out after playing rugby so I'm making the most of being here by myself. I've slapped on the fake tan and am looking forward to starfishing the sh*t out of the bed tonight.

Anyways, I thought I would pop up a little post about my fairly recent acquisition of an obscene amount of Crabtree & Evelyn hand creams. Way back on Black Friday I treated myself to a tin of twelve of their signature fragrances which was part of their Christmas collection. I wasn't bothered about the annoying musical tin, I just thought with 40% off it was a massive bargain for 12 creams which will hopefully last me a while.

In winter I get really really dry hands, so pretty much have a hand cream within reaching distance at all times. I'm talking bedside table, handbag, my desk at work. I get through a lot of cream. So was really pleased with this purchase! I'd only ever tried the Citron, Honey and Coriander one before, so was looking forward to slathering my mitts in some new scents.

I think my absolute favourite is still the Citron one, but I'm also loving Pomegranate, Tarocco Orange and La Source. I've also enjoyed using the Gardener's Hand Cream for when  my hands are feeling super dry, but does have a bit of a funny smell. 

I think some of the more floral fragrances like Summer Hill and Nantucket Briar I'll enjoy using more in the spring and summer; they just don't feel quite right at the moment. My least favourites are the two Lavender scented ones. I know some people love Lavender but it just smells like old ladies to me! Can't win them all.

Are you a fan of Crabtree & Evelyn products? Let me know your favourite fragrance in the comments.

Enjoy the rest of the weekend!

Kirstie xo.

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