It’s that time of year again. The cold has settled in and our hands are dry and need relief. We’ve tried lots of hand creams over the years, some claiming to be miracle products. They weren’t. After each failed attempt at a new good, we always seemed to come back to one product: Lollia Hand Cream.
But the real reason we love it? It just works. The cream is thick and luxurious but feels light. It’s super hydrating, without being greasy. It is made with shea butter and avocado and macadamia oils, known for their ability to calm itchy skin, hydrate and even heal chapped skin. And a little goes a long way, which means the 4-ounce bottle will last you much longer than a cheaper or less high-quality imitator. And while your hands in winter will thank you for this highly hydrating lotion, it’s lightweight enough to use year-round. So, we keep a travel-sized bottle in our purse as well as on the bedside table.
Another reason we love Lollia hand cream is that it smells wonderful. It is fragrant without being overpowering or smelling fake. Relax, a scent with lavender, Tahitian vanilla, honey and orchid is a favorite. Another popular scent is Wish, which smells of sugarcane, vanilla and jasmine. There are several other scents to choose from but honestly, you can’t go wrong with anything you choose. Each is classy, harkening exquisite french perfumes only worn by the rich and famous. Try out several to find the scent you like the most!
Really, the cherry on top of Lollia is the packaging. It’s vintage-inspired and whimsical and looks like something you would find in a boutique on a quiet Paris street. Each scent has a different color palette and features different designs, but most have organic matter like flowers or bees adorning the box and bottle. It is pretty enough to leave out on the counter. Or to give as a sweet gift (when we featured it in our stocking stuffer guide it was by far the most popular item!).
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