Who else has excessive dryness in the hand like me? This is a genuine problem to most of the women. There are so many reasons behind dryness in particular areas of skin but mine is probably drinking less water. Today I am reviewing Kame Ayurveda Hand Cream which claims to contain pure essential oils of tuberose, vetiver & cardamom.
Kama Ayurveda says:
An enriching hand cream made with 100% organic cold pressed sweet almond oil & organic cold pressed coconut oil, nutrient rich fiber, vitamin A, E & minerals relieve dryness, nourishes and rejuvenates the hands and cuticles. Blended with shea butter, cocoa butter and kokum butter which helps to regenerate skin cells & absorbs deeply for extra smooth touch. Pure essential oils of Tuberose, Vetiver & Cardamom are added for all day fresh fragrance. Organic aloe Vera juice is added as an antiseptic agent to protect the skin. This hand cream is an intensive moisturizer which hydrates and leaves hands feeling soft, supple, and moisturized all day long.
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Price: 645 INR for 60g (BUY HERE)
My experience with Kame Ayurveda Hand Cream:
Kama Ayurveda hand cream comes with a gorgeous packaging. Well, it may look simple but the printed box and intricated golden designs on it make it look royal! The flip open tube is absolutely travel- friendly and sturdy.
The ingredient list of this hand cream is excellent in a single word and this was the main reason for me to pick this up. The cream is thick and white in color. But the texture is a little bit waxy. The smell is nice but some may not like it as it is not like ‘out of the world’. I can’t use this on my hands in the morning because of the waxy texture. Then I rely on the regular body lotions. But in the night I apply it on clean hands before going to sleep and the next day I wake up with a soft supple hand.
I thoroughly wash this from the superficial layer of the skin during the bath with mild soap as waxy thick cream may clog the pores. Overall I am happy with the product. Though it is a bit pricey but worth buying.
Pros of Kame Ayurveda Hand Cream:
- Gorgeous and travel-friendly packaging
- Texture is thick
- Free from artificial colors
- Mild smell
- Makes hands soft and supple
Cons of Kame Ayurveda Hand Cream:
- A little bit waxy so I skip using it in morning
- Price is on higher side
- Doesn’t remove tan from hands
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More or less, Kama Ayurveda hand cream delivers what it claims. It softens my dry hands and provides necessary moisturization to them. Probably I will buy it again. If you have the same problem, you can always give this a try.