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Wednesday, April 16, 2014

Lanolips Antibacterial Hand Cream

Lanolips Antibacterial Hand Cream

I have gushed more than an adult woman should about the wonders that are Lanolips lip care products (I'm still holding out for an orange flavoured lip balm) but the newest product from such brand is for the hands. A nifty 2-in-1 hand cream that not only moisturises the skin but promises to kill 99.9% of germs on the hands. A new handbag staple in the making surely?


Lanolips Antibacterial Hand Cream has been created using the brands key ingredient Lanolin to condition and protect the skin yet it features medical grade antibacterial ingredients to fight germs with added aloe to soothe, freshen and of course scent the hand cream. Although an antibacterial concoction it doesn't contain any alcohol, parabens, sulphates or petroleum.  

As mentioned I do use Lanolips lip products frequently - most notably Lanolips Lemonaide and as they are fairly thick in consistancy I somewhat expected the same from this hand cream. Nope not at all Lanolips Antibacterial Hand Cream is a light and silky formulation that instantly absorbs into the hands - it doesn't feel dense nor is it sticky. Once applied the hands feel instantly nourished and I don't know about you but I rather like the fact that it also kills 99.9% of germs making it perfect for those who have to deal with public transport daily and general city life ha!

Lanolips Antibacterial Hand Cream will cost £8.99 when it launches in May via Boots.

- This post contains a press sample.

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