Runner Up: ECOYA Rinse Free Hand Wash â€“ Sweet Pea & Jasmine
Runner Up: L'OCCITANE Shea Butter Liquid Hand Wash
Runner Up: Dermal Therapy™ Blistop™
Runner Up: Dermal Therapy Heel Balm Platinum
Runner Up: Manicare Pedicure File - Stainless Steel
Runner Up: Dr Teal’s Foot Soak + ulta3 treat my feet INTENSIVE FOOT MASK
Runner Up: Mavala Switzerland Nail Buffer/Shine Kit
Runner Up: The Body Shop Hemp Hand Protector + Aveeno Active Naturals Intense Relief Hand Cream
Runner Up: OPI Exfoliating Cuticle Cream
Runner Up: Revlon ColorStay™ Gel Envy™ Longwear Nail Enamel
Runner Up: Sally Hansen Hard As Nails Clear
Some excellent products for hands and feet. Its a great winners list.
I've used the Palmolive hand sanitizer in fig and coconut. Haven't tried the Japanese Cherry Blossom.
I want to try TBS's Hemp Foot Protector this summer.
I tried Revlon ColorStay Gel Envy Longwear Nail Enamel but it didn't last long on my nails, but I haven't found a nail polish that lasts longer than 24-48 hours.
Yeah, I didn't find the ColorStay impressive at all.
The enamel that I have found to last the longest (this from someone who has hundreds of bottles eeep!) has been the 'essence' brand's 'The Gel' nail polish. And it will only put a $3.50 dent in your pocket. It is workably 'thick' and looks amazing.
In fact their other ones "Colour Boost" is SUPER pigmented, it does what it says on the bottle: "1 coat & go!" These have super staying power as well.
Also, their nail polishes have the BEST brushes. Slightly rounded so they just apply the polish beautifully.
Thank you so much for your comment! I never would have thought to try a nail polish from Essence before. Nail polishes with a thick consistency usually peel off my nails, but I'm still willing to try polishes from the brand.
Pleasure Petal :)
I know what you mean by thick polishes usually peeling off, I promise, it is not the case here. They are not 'those' sort of thick. I am too lazy normally to put a base coat on, but these stay put. So I can only imagine how much better they fare with a base-coat.
I also very highly recommend their 'Express Dry Drops'. I swear by it. I cannot be bothered waiting an eternity for nail polish to dry, BAM! This stuff is like creepy magic. A few drops and voila, you have dry nail polish. I also use it when I am going to apply two coats: I'll apply the 1st one, then the drops, wash hands (because the drops have lovely almond oil in it too) then apply 2nd coat and then the drops again.
And the Dry Drop costs a whopping $4 for a lovely bottle with a lovely glass pipette.
I am also a big fan of the Rimmel 60 Second line as well :)
I hope some of this has been helpful!
I love the L’Occitane hand cream yay
Good variety of brands and product winners here. Looks like the Palmolive Japanese cherry blossom is a hit - will take a sniff!
I'd like to try the Eco Tools bamboo brush and foot pumice with it's long handle; mine only has a short handle, not sure what brand it is now as I've had it for ages.
No surprises with the OPI and I love the L'occitane hand creams.
L'Occitane is the best I ever tried.
A it of a mix here, and I've used quite a few.
I love the L'Occitane hand cream :)
Nice mix in this category! Congrats winners!!
Oh the Jurlique oil looks lovely
Hear-Hear! I have made a mental note of that one for sure!
Let's hope we try it soon
I have already gone on the internet in search of it. No luck yet, seems like it's a very popular little item indeed!
Oh we will just have to be patient, good things come to those who wait!
OPI is a classic - has never failed me!
This is a great list of winners and some cult products listed!
Yes I can see a familiar product or two there!