There is something a little decadent about applying beauty products at night. Knowing they will be hard at work while you sleep is so comforting. You’ve probably used a specialised Night Cream and Eye Cream for years, but what about a specialised Night Cream for Hands (after all, with weather exposure and washing etc, our hands, along with our necks, are one of the first places to show our true age).
If you follow me, you’ll know I trialed the Prai Beauty Ageless Throat & Decolletage Serum some months ago, with great results. So, I was super excited to be offered the opportunity to trial their new Hand Crème for Night. I’ve been using the new Prai Beauty Ageless Hand Crème for Night for 3 weeks now, and I couldn’t be happier. A combination of fast-absorbing, nutrient-rich ingredients, including natural Shea Butter, Cupuacu Butter, hydrating Glycerin and Raspberry Fruit Extract have been specially chosen to give hard-working hands a huge burst of hydration. The formula is boosted by the addition of Prai’s key age-defying ingredient – Volpura™ EP, a plant-derived ingredient that helps to volumise (by helping stimulate fat production), plump, contour and firm skin, helping hands to appear smoother and plumper. This is especially good for mature hands, as we tend to lose fat from our hands as we age (about the only place we do), making the skin appear thin and fragile. Prai Beauty Ageless Hand Crème for Night 80ml RRP $29.95. Available exclusively from TVSN.
My thoughts – this truly is a wonderful Hand Crème for mature hands. Try as I might, I haven’t found a cream that can truly plump up my hands, until now. The change is subtle, and week by week my hands do appear plumper, the skin less fragile. The non-greasy Crème absorbs instantly into my hands, and keeps them hydrated, so I awaken to smooth, nourished, and plump hands every morning. A little goes a long way, and I keep this on my bedside table, to make it simple to apply each night before bed. I am a huge fan and will definitely buy this again.
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