Nyassa Southern Spice Shea Butter Hand Cream Review
Hello all you beautiful ladies…!!
How have you all been? I am sorry that I got disappeared for some days and was disconnected from MakeupEra. I was very busy with my cousin’s marriage that couldn’t really spare any time to pen down reviews for you all. But let me compensate for it by showering a lot of reviews the upcoming week.
Now today let me start with winter essentials. I am reviewing a hand cream from nyassa. You may think is hand cream an essential at all? Yes darlings. It is an absolute essential which not many of us pay attention to. So read on further if this hand cream is worth a hit or is it a miss.
This Hand cream brings together a unique fragrance with a host of secret natural ingredient that offers you complete and natural hand care. Nothing helps like Shea Butter if you have bruised skin. It is an excellent moisturizer and high in vitamin A & E.
Product price and quantity:
Rs 350 for 145 ml.
Use within 12 months from the date of manufacture.
How to use:
It’s simple to use. Like a normal cream pour out a little quantity of this hand cream and apply onto the palm, behind and fingers.
The sample sized bottle is a mini travel size packaging. It’s a transparent bottle covered with a sticker containing the information about the brand and product. It has a screw cap and under it is a plastic partition with a hole for outflow of the cream. The bottles plastic is very thick and so squeezing it is a trouble.
The texture is a little runny and not very thick like a cream. It’s a non greasy cream and gets easily absorbed in the skin. However I somehow find the smell of it a little weird. I mean its sweet and all but it’s still weird. Doesn’t smell like Shea butter to me.
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Pros of Nyassa Southern Spice Shea Butter Hand Cream:
- Travel size and safe packaging
- Moisturizes the hand
- A little quantity goes a long way
- Non greasy formula
- Long lasting smell
- A lot of smell variants are available
- Hands feel softer after application
- Easy to use
Cons of Nyassa Southern Spice Shea Butter Hand Cream:
- The smell is weird and overpowering.
- Wont suit the need of ladies with dry hands
- Pricey as compared to other brands
My experience with Nyassa Southern Spice Shea Butter Hand Cream:
I personally like my Marks and Spencer cocoa butter hand and nail cream better. It smells so much better than this one and the overall performance is also better. Nyassa hand cream is moisturizing but it isn’t too great to moisturize the dry hands. I used it twice or thrice after shower but the smell was so intolerable to me that I discontinued using it and returned back to my Marks and Spencer hand cream.
I will rate it 7 out of 10. Major minus points for the intolerable smell.
Will I recommend this hand cream again?
Well no. there are a lot of hand creams available in the market. Pick up some other cream that smells pleasant but do buy a hand cream if you don’t use one and make it a habit to use hand creams regularly. They are really important to take care of the hands.