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Bath and Body Works True Blue Spa hand products

Have you been checking out the True Blue Spa hand products at Bath and Body Works and wondering if they are as good as they claim to be? If you have dry skin and rough spots on your hands, you have probably been looking for a hand product to make them soft and smooth again. Bath and Body Works' True Blue Spa hand products are a good product for smoothing, softening and moisturizing hands, but are they outstanding? Read on to find out if they are worth your money.

Manicure Scrub Ingredients and Claims. The Just a Minute 60-second manicure scrub by True Blue Spa ($12 for a 5 ounce jar) contains sugar, a natural exfoliator and humectant, and shea butter to moisturize and condition. The label on the manicure scrub jar claims, "This sugar-based exfoliating treatment makes quick work of dull, dry skin and ragged cuticles to give even the most mani-deprived hands a taste of soft, smooth spa manicure perfection in just one minute."

Manicure Scrub Instructions. The instructions for the manicure scrub direct that the user "massage treatment into wet hands for a full minute, paying special attention to nail beds and any rough areas." Next, "rinse clean to reveal hands that look like they've spent the whole day at the spa."

Manicure Scrub Review. The manicure scrub has a delicious citrus scent to match its bright orange color and fun, sugary texture. After massaging the scrub into my wet hands for 60 seconds, much of the sugar exfoliant had dissolved and the gel had turned into a white, creamy lather. After rinsing my hands thoroughly and drying them, my hands already felt softer and less rough. They felt smooth and very clean.

Softening Hand Lotion Ingredients and Claims. The True Blue Spa Look Ma, New Hands softening hand lotion by Bath and Body Works ($12 for a 2.5 oz tube) lists paraffin, olive, avocado and apricot oils, and Vitamin E as active ingredients. The products states that the paraffin is to help lock in moisture and protect skin, the oils moisturize and the Vitamin E protects against damaging free radicals. The True Blue Spa softening hand lotion claims to lock in essential moisture to keep skin soft, smooth and super protected.

Softening Hand Lotion Instructions. The tube of softening hand lotion says to "slather hands with a generous amount of the lotion" and to "slip on Beauty Queen Wave Moisturizing Gel Gloves for twenty minutes or overnight."

Softening Hand Lotion Review. The hand lotion is white, very thick and a little greasy feeling at first. It has a very light, barely noticeable scent. I rubbed a generous amount of it into my hands and covered my hands with a pair of old socks, since I don't have Beauty Queen Wave Moisturizing Gel Gloves. 20 minutes later, I removed the socks and went to bed. My hands were no longer greasy feeling, but pleasantly soft and moisturized.

Overall. In the morning my hands still felt smooth and soft. Two exceptionally dry spots on my hands remained, but were smaller and less dry. I highly recommend the True Blue Spa hand products for anyone with normal to dry skin on their hands. The best qualities of the Just a Minute 60-Second Manicure Scrub are its scent and how quick and simple it is to use. Sixty seconds isn't a long time and the scrub can easily be worked into your bedtime routine every few days. The manicure scrub is worth a little splurge to make your bathroom sink feel like a day spa. The Look Ma, New Hands Softening Hand Lotion is a little thicker than most hand creams, but really isn't anything special, especially with the lack of scent. For $12, save your money and buy a much larger tube of Hand and Body Cream from Bath and Body works in your favorite scent.

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