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Neal’s Yard Remedies Bee Lovely to your hands Hand Cream review

I got this free with he ‘May’ issue of Marie Clare (there are two others to collect) as I’veNeal's Yard Remedies Bee Lovely Hand Cream wanted to try this cream for a while but I was worried it would smell too sickly sweet. The good news is it has an incredibly fresh uplifting orange scent which I love!
The cream has quite a thick consistency which sinks in well and leaves the skin feeling like a balm would. My hands feel incredibly moisturised and my skin is instantly more supple.

A percentage of profits of the sale of the Bee Lovely range go to charities which help create biodiversity and sustain our bees.

Rating ❤ ❤ ❤ ❤

Chrissie


3 responses to “Neal’s Yard Remedies Bee Lovely to your hands Hand Cream review”

  1. teachezwell Avatar

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  2. Heather Avatar

    Thanks for the review, I’ve been wanting to try out Neals Yard products for ages but haven’t gotten a chance to yet. I think the issue is that they have so much lovely stuff I’m not sure where to start!

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    1. Vamp It Up Mcr (Chrissie) Avatar

      They cover so many things these days It can be a bit overwhelming. If you go in a shop ask the staff as they are lovely, either that or work your way through different ranges or products you need replacing at the time :0)

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