Neal’s Yard Remedies Frankincense Hydrating Cream is £24.75 for 50g, which will probably seem like a lot of money, but it lasts.
The benefits of using this cream is that it is meant to moisturise your skin for 24 hours – probably handy if you are going to be on a long haul flight, or work long hours like nurses do,but most people would need it to last 14 hours at a push, still it’s good to know that it can last that long.
Reduces the appearance of fine lines – I have only just turned 30, the fine lines I have are under my eyes. This is a thick cream so I would use something a bit lighter for that area; and prevention is better than a cure right?
Revitalising – I would say it does this for the skin, my skin looks glowing after using this.
Helps boost skin’s natural regeneration – to keep your skin having it’s natural glow, and healing too.
The cream had jojoba oil, which allows the cream to skin into the skin quickly rather than just staying on top for a while, jojoba oil is as close to the skins own natural oil as you can get, which mean good hydration and it’s not going to over do it.
Sunflower seed oil is full of Vitamin E which helps to keep your skin hydrated for long, this also helps with fine lines and wrinkles.
Aloe vera leaf juice is in there as well to sooth the skin.
There is a lot of oils within this cream, which is brilliant for people who need an extra boost to their skin, who have dry flakey patches or even people who are combination skin and find it is more dry than oily – or indeed they have dry patches and other places are normal.
There is a lot of good things about this cream, I am half-way through my second pot of it and I love it, it also lasts for ages too, I got my second pot in July and it’s still going fairly strong, so it’s a good investment.
I would like to try out the Frankincense Intense, but I will need to save up some more money for it.
Overall I would continue to use this product since it does what it says on the pot and my skin has been happy with the results.