La Roche Posay Cicaplast Mains Review

Thursday 23 January 2014

One of my skincare down falls has to be looking after my hands, which is bad I know. My nails are always manicured but when it comes to taking care of the skin I have to admit I can be a little lazy at times. You often see pictures of older celebrities looking youthful but their hands are always a big giveaway of their age.

With the blistering winter months ahead this year I've vowed to keep my hands in tip top condition, and by the way of perfect timing one of my favourite skin care brand - La Roche Posay launched their Cicaplast hand cream. I'm also currently using the Cicaplast lips (review) which I love so I had high hopes for the matching hand cream.

I've been using the Cicaplast mains for over a month now, and can tell you that it has been a staple product for me with this chilly weather. The formula is thick but non-greasy and absorbs easily into the hands giving them instant hydration - just what you need when they are dry and cold. Not only does it hydrate, it also soothes and protects the skin, perfect it you suffer from chapped or cracked skin.

The last few weeks I've been doing a lot of traveling, and with the tube being 50ml it was a perfect size for me to take on the plane as well to keep my hands hydrated throughout the flight as plane air conditioning can be quite harsh at time, especially on long haul flights.

If you're looking to keep your hands in tip-top condition this winter like me, I could recommend picking a tube of La Roche Posay Cicaplast mains next time you visit a pharmacy, it will be the boost your hands need.

La Roche Posay is available in pharmacies across Malta.

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1 comment:

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