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J.R. Watkins Shea Butter Hand Cream Review

I recently tried an old favourite hand cream of mine.  I hadn’t used the J.R. Watkins Shea Butter Hand Cream in years, but I used to love this stuff!  I always loved the lemon scent!  Last month, when I put in an order to pick up some natural/organic products, I decided to give this hand cream a try again.  I’m not really sure why I stopped buying it; I think I just moved on to other things!  Anyway, I wasn’t disappointed after trying it again.  So I thought I’d share my thoughts and some information on this hand cream with you.

The J.R. Watkins Shea Butter Hand Cream in the scent Lemon Cream is a super moisturizing, thick cream.  It sinks in to skin relatively quickly and is 99% natural.  It’s paraben-free, phthalate-free, propylene glycol-free, dye-free, and cruelty-free.  It smells so good; it smells just like lemon pie!  This hand cream comes in a squeeze container and is approximately $9.99 CAD for 95 g of product, depending on where you buy it.

J.R. Watkins has been around since 1868 and most of its products contain natural ingredients, which I love!  J.R. Watkins is also cruelty-free and Leaping Bunny certified!

Here are some pros and cons of the Lemon Cream Shea Butter Hand Cream:

Cruelty-free/Leaping Bunny certified
99% natural
Propylene glycol-free
Very moisturizing
Sinks into skin quickly
Smells like lemon pie

Not vegan
A little pricey ($9.99 for 95 g of product)
Scent may be strong for some people

I really love this hand cream and I highly recommend it!  It smells amazing and it does such a good job of moisturizing my skin!  I love that it’s 99% natural and is Leaping Bunny certified!

Have you tried any products from J.R. Watkins?

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