The Body Shop Vitamin E Hand & Nail Treatment Review

Hi all my wonderful readers. I hope you’re all having a wonderful day.

A little while ago, I picked up some of The Body Shop Vitamin E Hand and Nail Treatment, and I thought I would share my thoughts.

If you have never heard of the Vitamin E range from The Body Shop, it is one of their most sold ranges.

Vitamin E is fantastic for replenishing cells and making them look and feel healthier. It is really good in moisturisers and creams as it adds extra moisture that your skin may need.

The Vitamin E Hand and Nail Treatment is described as a rich hand cream that moisturises dry hands, conditions nails, and softens cuticles.

The smell is extremely strange. It smells like a mix of their Moringa range, and baby powder. I know that sounds strange. It’s a nice unoffensive floral scent. It’s perfect as a hand cream, but I don’t think I could have the scent as a full on moisturiser. It’s a lovely scent, but it’s just not my cup of tea.

As a hand cream it’s fantastic. A little goes a long way, you don’t need much to cover your hands. It sets extremely quickly. It only takes a few seconds and it’s all settled. It leaves your hands incredibly soft, but in no way greasy. I hate it when a cream is over greasy and makes your hands all slippery.


As a nail treatment, it is marvellous. My nails have never looked as good. I have a few problems with the smoothness of my nails, and it sorted them out really quickly. My nails usually take a good six to eight weeks to fully grow, and while using this they only took two, which I was extremely impressed with. It left my nails looking thicker, healthier, shinier, and longer.

As a cuticle treatment it was fantastic. My cuticles are usually ok. I usually end up trimming them. It’s only because if I don’t I will bite them. My cuticles have never been softer. I still had to trim them, but they were shorter than they usually were.

Out of ten I would have to rate The Body Shop Vitamin E Hand and Nail Treatment an eight point five out of ten. It loses a couple of points because of the scent. As I said it’s not a bad scent, it’s just not my cup of tea.

If you would like to try The Body Shop Vitamin E Hand and Nail Treatment, you can either buy it in store. Or you can buy it online here*

If you are looking for something to fix your dry hands, make your hands softer, grow your nails quicker, and give your cuticles a shot of hydration, then I would highly recommend you give this a go.

Have you tried The Body Shop Vitamin E Hand and Nail Treatment? If you have, what did you think? Please let me know down below.

Luke x

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