Last year, about this time I posted the Crabtree & Evelyn Holiday Review where I highlighted a few of the great products from Crabtree & Evelyn. I was happy to partner with them once again this year to feature a couple of different products, just in time for Christmas.
Since I loved my foot product from their La Source line last year, I went with the La Source Hand Care Tin this time. For some unknown reason, my hands are staying dry here lately. In fact, they were trying to crack and hurt the other week. Then, I received this tin and it’s helped me loads. The Nail & Cuticle Therapy really help me get great looking and feeling fingers as it makes my nails look better. The Hand Recovery does a nice job of exfoliating my hands to remove the dead, rough skin cells. The Hand Therapy does a fabulous job of keeping my hands moisturized and soft. The Age Defying Hand Remedy also makes my hands smooth but it also has anti-aging benefits. The Nail Buffer allows me to finish off my nice hands by giving me smooth and shiny nails. The tin the set comes in is also adorable. I plan on keeping it.
Then, I also received the Nantucket Briar Mini Book. I wanted to stock up on smaller bottles of body care supplies with the traveling I’ve been doing. These bottles are the perfect size for a trip because they don’t take up much room. I went with this scent because it was inspired by summers in New England, which sounds relaxing. It’s a unique and interesting scent. It’s not one I would imagine someone younger wearing, but it’s nice. The set includes shower gel, body lotion, and hand therapy. I figured I can always use some more handy therapy since they are so great. I also like the thought of having a small bottle of lotion to carry around. Overall, it will be a very useful set to have around.
Once again, I’m very impressed with Crabtree & Evelyn. They consistently provide me with high quality products that make my skin feel and look better. They allow me to have smooth and moisturized skin, even in the windy winter weather of southwestern Virginia. So, have you tried Crabtree & Evelyn yet? What did you think of them?
Disclosure: I received free samples. No compensation was received. The opinions expressed are my own.