Rocky Mountain Soap Co. | Vanilla Coconut and Vanilla Mint Hand Cream Review


Rocky Mountain Soap Co. Vanilla Coconut and Vanilla Mint Hand Creams on a white dish
















I’ve used these hand creams non-stop all winter as my on-the-go fix. How could this be, you might ask? Alison, you have so many creams, lotions and body oils, how could you commit to just one product? Let me explain:

The packaging. This small, easy to use bottle not only has cute graphic design, but it fits into my purse, my bag, my pocket, my whatever I have room to stash it in.  I always keep one on the go with me and one at my desk at work.

The scent. This is what truly won me over. The smell of the Vanilla Coconut hand cream is unbelievable. It smells like vanilla cupcakes, vanilla cake, vanilla pudding, some kind of delicious vanilla dessert! No joke.  Since I can't have gluten, sometimes a true vanilla pastry is hard to come by, which makes this all the sweeter. The Vanilla Mint is equally as yummy. It's refreshing but not overwhelming because the vanilla keeps it sweeter.  Have you ever had mint white chocolate? There you go.
Rocky Mountain Soap Company Vanilla Mint Hand Cream with fresh mint and vanilla

The formula. These provide a fast absorbing moisturizing experience that really packs a punch in restoring dry skin. I could easily apply this and immediately go back to typing on my keyboard or writing something down without getting greasy residue everywhere. I was surprised at how moisturizing they were, since they seem so light since they absorb quickly. I think a huge part of it is because these hand lotions are packed with honey, which is known for being an excellent moisturizer for skin.

The cool factor. One of my co-workers thought I was cool when I used these hand creams because they look so cute and smell great.

Rocky Mountain Soap Company Vanilla Coconut Hand Cream with fresh vanilla and coconut oil

Since these hand creams are light and absorb quickly (exactly what makes them perfect for on-the-go and at work!) sometimes at night I would kick it up a notch and use something more thick and greasy like pure Shea butter (I also would wear cotton gloves to help my hands get super moisturized). Then, when my eczema flared up around the coldest seasons I switched to Purple Urchin’s winter hand balm because it has ingredients tailored for eczema, but only at night because it’s quite thick and oily.

Rocky Mountain Soap Company Vanilla Mint Hand Cream seen from above

Despite switching it up at night, Rocky Mountain Soap Co.’s Vanilla Coconut and Vanilla Mint Hand Creams were my daily go-to for keeping my hands well moisturized and in once piece. Canadian winters can really wreak havoc on your skin!

Rocky Mountain Soap Company Vanilla Coconut Hand Cream seen from above



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