Product Review: L’Occitane Hand Cream


Gosh, I feel like I haven’t blogged in a long time! I apologize for not posting something for a week. I have been swamped with work.. spreadsheets, financials, reports.. It’s really hard busting my booty off in the corporate world! Haha. But, blogging keeps me sane and in touch with what I love most which is beauty and fashion! 

Since I couldn’t keep myself from blogging any longer, I decided to post a review today of a hand cream that I have been loving! In my September BDJ Unboxing post, I showed that I got a sample tube of a hand cream from L’Occitane. I thought that the sample size was good enough to get a few uses out of it. Boy was I wrong! I have been using this hand cream since I got it but I don’t think I’m halfway through the tube already! That’s a plus considering I only have a sample size of the product!



“This hand cream is enriched with 20% Shea Butter and other nourishing ingredients that penetrate the skin to immediately protect, moisturize, soften and replenish dry skin.” – description from BDJ Box

I am simply in love with this product! I could not stop raving about it because it has done wonders for me! You see, I work in the corporate world and our office always has its A/C on high. So, my hand gets dry easily due to the cold. Whenever I feel that my hands are dry, I just slather a tiny amount of this hand cream and my hands feel soft and smooth instantly! Its very creamy texture is somewhat soothing on my hands. The hand cream has this very luxurious feel to it that I feel like I am slathering on a very expensive product!

As I mentioned, I have been using this hand cream since I got the sample tube but I am not yet halfway through its contents. That’s because even just a tiny amount of the product (I always use a pea-sized amount) is enough to make your hands soft and smooth!



I also have sweaty palms and whenever I apply lotion or other hand creams, my hands get even more sweaty! But not with this hand cream! I love that after using this, my hands feel soft without it being sweaty! 

Oh, and I love the scent of this! I can’t really pinpoint what the scent is because it does not smell like flowers or fruits, but I love how it smells! It kind of smells like pastry to me! I don’t know though! Haha. I guess my sense of smell is just weird! But seriously, it smells delicious!

I cannot honestly think of anything bad to say about this product. I. JUST. LOVE. IT. I’m sure that after I’m done with the sample that I have, I am going to get the full size! I will also definitely check out other variants of this hand cream! Maybe they have this in fruity scents!

Has anyone of you tried this hand cream before? Yay or nay? Please comment below and let me know! Also, if you have tried hand creams from other brands which you think are awesome, please let me know as well! I would love to hear from all of you!



11 thoughts on “Product Review: L’Occitane Hand Cream

  1. glamourousagelessbeauty says:

    I love L’Occitane hand cream. I just got another “freebie” from a magazine, it’s in the fragrance “Jasmin Passion” its delicious! x

  2. anastasiias says:

    I didn’t buy creams from this brand but heard a lot of good reviews. I think it’s kinda expensive. I know good creams, but you they are Ukrainian or Russian, I don’t remember, but they are my favorite and they are verypopular in this countries. Now I’m living in different country and I couldn’t think that to find right hand cream here is so hard:D

    • beautybloggergoddess says:

      L’Occitane is a bit expensive but I think they’re worth it! In which country are you living in right now? I hope you get to find a good hand cream that suits your needs! Thanks for dropping by my blog and commenting! Xoxo! 🙂

      • anastasiias says:

        I live in Romania now. I tried several creams, 2 was awful, others are pretty good but not good-good:)

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