Hand cream

Borage Therapy Dry Skin Lotion review

This fragrance-free lotion is rich and soothing, but not the least bit greasy. Plus, we explore the benefits of borage seed oil.

As a kid, I collected many things: stickers, bouncy balls, pencils, stamps, rocks…I guess I sound like a hoarder, eh? Now that I live in a small apartment in NYC, I can’t do that anymore. But I do still let myself collect one thing: hand lotions, especially ones that are packaged in small, travel-friendly tubes. I justify this habit by telling myself that I’m going to end up using it at some point, so each new item will only temporarily take up a bit of precious real estate in…

DUFT & DOFT Hand Cream Stockholm Rose Review

This antioxidant-rich cream may help fade age spots—but it may be unsuitable for those with eczema and sensitive skin.

DUFT & DOFT is a Korean beauty company that specializes in fragrances and skin care products. I received a sample of the Stockholm Rose Nourishing Hand Cream as a bonus included in a large CVS.com order, so I got a chance to try out a lotion that I would probably never buy for myself. Here are my honest thoughts on this hand cream, who I think might like this hand cream, and who might not want to invest in this particular hand cream.

philosophy hands of hope hand cream review

A nice fragrance-free hand cream that contains natural oils and hydrolyzed hyaluronic acid. Plus, my dad breaks down the difference between hand lotion and hand cream.

I’m highly susceptible to what I like to call “FOMO Checkout Syndrome,” which means that I always want to buy products I don’t necessarily need while I’m waiting in line at TJ Maxx and Nordstrom Rack. They’re so cute! They’re under $10! (But really, you don’t need any of that stuff.) I recently gave in to temptation and picked up a last-minute purchase while waiting in line at Nordstrom Rack: a cute little 1-oz. bottle of philosophy hands of hope…