Cattier Masterwort flower hand cream

I love a good hand cream, the one that absorbs quickly, leave my hands soft and very practical (size wise). And I think they became more important during the pandemic as my hands became drier due to the constant washing.

I have known cattier since a couple years back went I bought a couple of their very famous clay mask in Paris. It is a great brand, affordable and with effective products.

Brand: Cattier

Country: France

Main ingredients: White clay, organic masterwort flower extract, organic sheabutter and organic safflower oil

Purpose: Nourishing hand cream with White clay and Masterwort flower that add extra moisture and care. Ultra-nourishing and soothing, it softens the skin and protect hands from dryness and helps resist cold and external aggressions.

Texture: Cream

For whom is good: : All skin types, but especially if your hands are drier than usual. It is perfect for winter.

Free of: paraffin, silicone, no aluminum salts, parabens, synthetic fragrance.

Vegan: yes

Cruelty – Free: Yes, it follows the EU regulation and It doesn’t sell in China.

Safe for pregnant women: Yes

Size: 30 ml

My already empty cream

My Opinion: This cream as all the products I have tried from Cattier is amazing, It really helped my hands to tackle the dryness from washing my hands a thousand times a day. I think it will perfect also for winter times.

Even though is rich it absorbs very quickly without leaving a greasy sensation. It is super affordable, and it comes in different sizes. The small size (30ml) is perfect for your purse, travelling, etc.

And is organic with the Ecocert stamp to validate it.

How long did it last: 3 months.

Score: 4/5. Excellent

Price point: 3€ | $13 (75ml) | £2.9

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Note: there are no affiliate links in this post and I recieved the product mentioned as a gift from a friend.

Author: Maite

Hi I'm Maite I love everything about beauty and skincare but also love travel the world to see new places. I created this blog to combine my two passions and share with you in this little corner on the web. I hope you enjoy it!

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