Today I have a review on a new cream I have been trying called Steam Cream. Usually when I purchase creams I buy separate products for body, face and hands but this cream can be used to moisturize your entire body!
If you take a look at the website the creams come in many unique patterns and designs. You can even choose from seasonal tins and zodiac inspired artwork which allows you to personalize them for gifts. The decorative tins would look pretty on a vanity or dresser and can be used as a storage container after the cream has been used. I received the original tin which although isn't as fancy still contains the same great ingredients within. This simple design may also be more preferable for men.
If you are wondering why this cream is called Steam Cream it is because it is “handmade with natural ingredients and then fused together by a shot of steam.” This method of production is supposed to make the cream lightweight to provide excellent hydration for the face and body. Steam Cream is made in the UK and Japan and it is suppose to revive the skin by absorbing instantly. It is suitable for all skin types.
The cream is very smooth and smells strongly of lavender. It contains: oatmeal, orange flower water, almond oil, cocoa butter, jojoba, lavender oil, rose, neroli oil and more!
I primarily like to use the cream to relieve my dry hands. It has a nice moisturizing formula that is quite long lasting and even with repeated hand washing my hands don’t seem to get as dry. After application I can feel the cream on my hands for a while but it makes my skin feel soft and hydrated right way; I can definitely see and feel the difference. Since I always have hand cream readily available this product works well and comes in handy.
The sample size I have is 25 ml so I like to keep this cream in my purse for use throughout the day. Although it can be used on the face I have not used it as a face cream.
The cream retails for $20 for a 75 ml tin and you can find it on the website HERE
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**Disclaimer: This product was provided to me for a sponsored review courtesy of Steam Cream. All opinions stated in this review are my own and based on my experience with the products. Results may vary based on individual use.**
Sounds like a really good cream. Really interesting how it is steamed in the making process too. Something about beauty products packaged in a tin can always make me curious :)ReplyDelete
I always have dry hands because of having to wash them so much from being around kids a lot, so this product would probably be ideal for me. Some of those containers are so adorable!ReplyDelete
Cool I've actually read a few bloggers already review this SteamCream and everybody seems to be liking it! They do have pretty tins that can be re-used after finishing the cream and its so one-of-a-kind with the process they use to make this lotions, pretty nifty!ReplyDelete
I keep hearing great things about this cream, I will have to try it out soon!ReplyDelete
love the packaging. bonus that the product is great, too!ReplyDelete
These sound great, I love the idea that they can be used everywhere and I bet the packaging holds up really well in your bag too it looks nice and sturdy xReplyDelete
Great review- love also the photos you made. You know I am a sucker for good made photos! This cream sounds wonderful. Now how come everybody got to review it but me? Where does this opportunity come from? Lots of kisses, Sissi http://www.beauty4free2u.comReplyDelete
If there is one smell i really, really don't like then it's the lavender one, I just can't with it haha :D I really like the ingredients though and the packaging!ReplyDelete