Pamper your hands with Liz Earle

by Bionic Beauty on 25.Mar.2009 · 2 comments

Rough hands from winter? Cracking from early spring gardening? Just want a super luxurious hand wash by the kitchen sink?

Liz Earle’s new offerings “Hand Repair” cream lotion and “Orange Flower Hand Wash” to the rescue!
The Bionic Beauty blog reviews Liz Earle hand care - Hand Repair lotion and Orange Flower Hand Wash

I’ve had both planted next to my sink for over a month now and they are just plain lovely. I was incredibly bummed when my bottles ran out last week.

Granted they are a little pricey, but quite often we spend eleventy thousand (thanks to the Cheap Chick for that phrase!) dollars on our facial skin care but neglect our hands. Your hands can age quickly – and get abused daily. So a little extra pampering here and there is a good thing.

The Orange Flower Hand Wash is light, produces quick suds and deep cleans grime without stripping moisture from your hands, cuticles and nails. The scent lingers with a nice herbal and floral after note.

I followed up each wash with a dose of Hand Repair to help resolve my rough winter skin and my gardening cracks… yes, I forget to wear gloves most of the time. It’s a great cream lotion – soaks in quick. The best part? It’s packed with natural antioxidants and anti-aging herbals.

Liz Earle Hand Repair lotion comes in a 5 ounce pump ($38) or a trial/purse size 1/2oz tube ($8.50). The Liz Earle Orange Flower Hand Wash is $19.50 for 6.7 oz. pump bottle. **The links I’ve made go to Liz Earle’s USA website. For UK or International readers, check out

You can read more reviews (or add your own) of Liz Earle’s Hand Repair lotion and Orange Flower Hand Wash over at Total Beauty.

Ingredients listings are below…

Orange Flower Hand Wash ingredients:

Geranium Essential Oil (Pelargonium graveolens/odoratissimum), Glycerin, Lavandin (Lavandula hybrida), May Chang Essential Oil (Litsea cubeba), Orange Flower Water (Citrus aurantium v. amara), Panthenol (pro vitamin B5), Patchouli Essential Oil (Pogostemon cablin), Rosemary Essential Oil/Extract (Rosmarinus officinalis), Rosewood (Aniba rosaeodora), Sweet Orange Essential Oil (Citrus aurantium dulcis), Tonka Bean Absolute (Dipteryx odorata), Tree moss Absolute.

Hand Repair ingredients:

Bergamot Essential Oil (Citrus aurantium bergamia), Beta-carotene, Chamomile Essential Oil/Extract (Anthemis nobilis), Echinacea Extract (Echinacea angustifolia/purpurea), Glycerin, Hops Extract (Humulus lupulus), Lavender Essential Oil (Lavandula angustifolia), Neroli Essential Oil (Citrus aurantium v. amara), Panthenol (pro vitamin B5), Vitamin E (Tocopherol).

FTC Disclosure: This item was sent to me free of charge in return for an honest review. The opinion in this article is based on my personal experience and was not influenced by any source. I was not compensated for this article. Feel free to read my disclosure policy for more information.


1 Sherry March 26, 2009 at 6:43 pm

I all of a sudden noticed that my hands starting looking “more mature” a few weeks ago. Now I’m all about hand products. Thanks for the advice on the jojoba oil. I don’t think I can use my emu oil anymore since you brought to my attention to the fact I was putting animal fat on my face! I’ll take the more natural route.

2 Bionic Beauty March 26, 2009 at 7:38 pm

Sherry, Your comment made me laugh SO hard!! 🙂

And yep, I’ve noticed the same thing with my hands lately. That’s why I really liked the Liz Earle. It didn’t seem to reverse anything, but it really moisturized my hands and seemed to halt the aging process.

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