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Consonant Intensive Therapy Organic Hand Cream
Unscented 125 mL
This non-greasy, intensive care formulation is deep penetrating to provide long-lasting relief to even the driest hands.

Formulated with natural source anti-oxidant Vitamin E, Chamomile, Rosemary and Ginseng extracts, this hand cream penetrates into the skin to improve the condition, rather than just covering the symptoms. Also makes a great dry elbow and cracked heel treatment. 99.4% natural and suitable for all skin types.

Usage:
Apply liberally to hands, elbows and heels after each washing or whenever extra hydration is needed.

Ingredients: Aqua, Glycerin, Caprylic/Capric Triglyceride, Glyceryl Stearate, Stearic Acid, Butyrospermum Parkii, Theobroma Cacao, Tocopheryl Acetate, Borago Officinalis, Vitis Vinifera, Oenothera Biennis, Sodium Borate, Calophyllum Tacamahaca, Tritium Vulgare, Simmondsia Chinensis, Linum Usitatissimum, Melaleuca Altenafolia, Allantoin, Algae, Zingiber Officinale, Panax Ginseng Root Extract, Chamomilla Recutita, Camellia Sinensis Leaf Extract, Rosmarinus Officinalis, Phenoxyethanol, Sodium Benzoate, Sodium Hydroxide.

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Susan: a few months ago

Great!
Absorbs well and has no scent which I love for work. I have bought it again !


Char: more than a year ago

I'm torn. On the one hand I like that it's moisturizing and unscented but it just feels dry and not AS moisturizing as a hand cream should be, and a bit too dry. Jurlique is still a better hand cream than this one.


Stephanie: more than a year ago

I have purchased this product twice, and love it. It is virtually non-scented and non-greasy, it absorbs well, and it has really helped my dry (Canadian winter) hands.


LS: more than a year ago

This is a good hand cream (I don't mind the scent), absorbs well and it is made in Canada. I've recommended this cream to my friends.


TRACEY: more than a year ago

I have been searching for a hand cream that does not leave my hands sticky - this is a winner ! Absorbs well and is soothing with a light scent.


Hae Na: more than a year ago

This is my very first review. I wash my hands constantly due to my work. Both my hands were severely dry, cracked and sometimes bled a bit. I was thinking about getting a medicated hand cream but I wanted to try Consonant hand cream after seeing the great reviews. This is the best hand cream I've ever used in my life. I'm so glad I tried this cream because it is not greasy but very healing. It doesn't have a thick consistency but it works. I don't mind the smell. This cream made me want to try other Consonant products. I definitely recommend this cream to everyone.


Antje: more than a year ago

A really lovely handcream. It's not as thick as I thought it would be so a four star for me. On the other hand (pardon the pun), it doesn't leave your hands sticky because of it's lighter texture it absorbs really well. It does work well and the smell is pleasant, and I love the fact that it is all natural. A winner.


W: more than a year ago

I just tried this product and the consultant told me they added rosemary to make it more antibacterial which also has the side benefit of making it smell beautiful. I'm hooked!


Marnie: more than a year ago

I love this hand cream! It works great, has no greasy feel and is made from natural ingredients without the nasty stuff found in most products you buy at the drug store. Some people complain of the "scent". This is an unscented product - meaning no synthetic fragrance has been added, so what you smell are just the natural ingredients used - it fades quickly and you will not smell if for the rest of the day like with some sythetically fragranced hand creams. Consonanat is a fantastic natural skin care line, made locally in Toronto.

Nadia: more than a year ago

Does the job but the smell is terrible. Smells like paint thinner. Will not be reordering.

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