Tata Harper Rejuvinating Hand Cream: Review

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Tata Harper just came out with a new Rejuvenating Hand Cream. I'm a hand cream junkie, as my hands are always dry, plus I had tried a sample of this before it released and it was amazing so I had to try the full size.

Per Tata Harper's website: "This luxurious hand treatment instantly improves the skin’s natural moisture cushion while restoring comfort and glow to one of the body’s most exposed areas. This 4-in-1 cream deeply hydrates, softens, regenerates and repairs the look of the skin, while reducing the appearance of wrinkles. Biocompatible Hyaluronic Acid and Avocado Peptides deliver a plump effect by boosting moisture. Bamboo Extract, combined with our Estate Grown Beauty Complex, creates a rich protective barrier to defend against water loss. Rose Geranium and Magnolia Flower extracts provide nourishment while promoting healthy, radiant and rejuvenated looking hands."

Product Benefits:
  • Promotes a plump moisture cushion for hands that look younger
  • Helps reduce the appearance of wrinkles
  • Delivers long-lasting hydration while creating a protective layer to help prevent moisture loss
  • Leaves the skin feeling soft and smooth
The texture is thicker, yet not greasy, and absorbs in a few minutes. It's a richer hand cream, so this isn't your quick, light non-greasy day cream. If you have dry hands like me it can be used as a day cream. It has a light floral scent. I love it, it's a fabulous, moisturizing hand cream, plus it has great ingredients. I haven't used it exclusively day and night for weeks to see what it does for my hands, but the texture and the feel after using it is what I love about it. It's hard to find a heavier moisturizing hand cream that isn't really greasy for a while after applying it. This hand cream is not too heavy like L'Occitane but gives the same moisture. My current other hand cream favorites are by Omorovicza, a good light day cream, and Alpha-H Age Delay, my night glycolic acid cream.

My main gripe with it is the size for the cost, it's pretty expensive for a hand cream. It's a 50 ml tube that retails for $48. Alpha-H is twice the size and about $10 cheaper, the Omorovicza is twice the size for $70, so it is cheaper per ounce. La Mer is the same price. Sisley's hand creams still beat all of the above for being the most expensive. I could easily go through one of these Tata Harper tubes of hand cream a month, and at $48 I'll mix it up and use Alpha-H at night still and for day alternate Omorovicza with this and the hand creams I continue to test, as I'm always testing one to see if there's something better out there. Despite the cost, I would still buy it again as the texture is divine.

Main Ingredients: Aloe barbadensis Leaf Juice, Glycerin, Shea Butter Ethyl Esters, Coconut Fruit extract, Olive Oil, Beeswax, Camellia Seed Oil, Cacao Tree, Glyceryl Undecylenate & Caprylate(skin conditioning agents), Milk thistle ethyl ester, Xylitylglucoside & Anhydroxylitol & Xylitol(I'm guessing these are from the Bamboo they mention which these sugars help moisturize and protect the skins lipid barrier), Lactobacillus/Arundinaria Gigantea Ferment Filtrate, Hydrolyzed Avocado Protein, Aroma, Sodium hyaluronate, Radish Root Ferment Filtrate, Arnica Extract, Borage Leaf Extract, Alfalfa Extract, Meadowsweet Extract, Calendula Flower Extract, Sambucus Nigra Fruit Extract, Vitamin E.

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