Review: Philosophy Hands of Hope

lotion Philosophy Hope for Hands
I absolutely love the Philosophy Hope in a Jar as well as Hope in a Jar for Body by Philosophy so when I realized those weren't the only two Philosophy I owned, because I saw the Philosophy Hands of of Hope sitting in my bathroom, I was very excited to try it out. Looking a little closer though I saw that this wasn't only a hand cream but also a cuticle cream which is something that I've never tried out.

Starting out with the packaging, it has the trademark Philosophy look. Black and white with a definition on it this one reading " hands of hope are the hands that help, heal, protect and comfort. use your hands to give hope and you will have hope to hold". It is a little different though because it has a  design with the base being the lid which I like quite well, and it's the only one that isn't in a bottle design. 

First of all the smell is basically non existent, which is a big disappointment since I love the citrusy smell of the other two Philosophy Hope Products I've tried. This Hands of Hope lotion is also thick very similar in consistency to the Avon Moisture Therapy Hand Cream. It goes into my hands well although it does leave them a little greasy. 

Although I can't believe I'm saying this overall I don't really like the Philosophy Hands of Hope Hand lotion. It doesn't smell good and to be honest it isn't the best moisturizer out there. Nothing bad but for the price I'd expect a lot more. 

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