Neal’s Yard Remedies Geranium & Orange Hand Cream review

Neal's Yard Remedies geranium and orange hand cream

Neal’s Yard Remedies Geranium & Orange Hand Cream* came free with the June’s issue of Marie Claire and I could not resist buying it, being a fan of Neal’s Yard Remedies for many years. I’ve been using it for months now as my main hand cream so I thought it’s about time to write this review.

Neal’s Yard Remedies’ products are made with high quality organic plant-based ingredients and they are all certified organic by Soil Association. This hand cream is no exception of course. The cream is made with 92% organic ingredients which is a really high percentage – there are many brands out there which use much smaller percentage of organic ingredients, but they still call themselves to be organic. 

Neal’s Yard products are also cruelty-free, certified by Cruelty-Free International, and they also contain Fairtrade certified ingredients.

Neal's Yard Remedies - Organic healthy beauty

Geranium & Orange Hand Cream contains the following ingredients:
Aqua (Water), Glycerin, Glycine soja (Soya) oil*, Cetearyl alcohol, Prunus amygdalus dulcis (Almond) oil*, Cera alba (Beeswax)*, Cetearyl glucoside, Aloe barbadensis (Aloe vera) leaf juice powder*, Citrus sinensis (Orange) peel oil expressed*, Pelargonium graveolens (Geranium) flower oil*, Levulinic acid, Sodium levulinate, Tocopherol, Helianthus annuus (Sunflower) seed oil, Potassium sorbate, Xanthan gum, Citral, Citronellol, Geraniol, Limonene, Linalool. *Organically produced ingredient.
Natural constituent of essential oils listed
Made with 92% organic ingredients

The hand cream has a pleasant scent, I can definitely smell orange and geranium comes more as a subtle, background scent. The scent is a little bit strong but I do love it so I don’t mind.

The cream is a thicker consistency than a lotion and it spreads easily, leaving hands feeling nice and soft.

I haven’t been suffering from extremely dry hands so I cannot say how it would work on those, but for slightly dry hands it works great, leaving them nourished and moisturised without greasiness. 

Overall, it’s a great natural hand cream as it contains premium ingredients but I would want to try other similar hand creams so I could compare them together before deciding what my go-to natural hand cream would be.

If you want to buy it, it costs £10 for 50ml which seems like a lot for a hand cream, but if you consider natural organic ingredients, company’s ethics and their passion for people and environment, then you feel you are buying a really special product which is actually worth the money.

Have you tried any of Neal’s Yard hand creams yet and what did you think? Would you spend £10 on a hand cream?

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