Nuxe Reve de Miel Hand & Nail Cream, Marks & Spencer, £10.50

This is a great basic and inexpensive hand cream to give your hands and cuticles and boost of moisture and protection. It isn’t greasy and has a natural scent. It is great for using in fragile conditions as it was tested in an extremely cold Canadian climate. Acacia oil soothes and nourishes fragile skin, and the almond oil fortifies damaged tissue; so this is a perfect cream for harsh Winter months.

Emma Hardie Amazing Hand & Nail Treatment Cream, Debenhams, £24

This has a great citrus and floral scent, and is a great maintenance hand cream for hands and nails. It contains moringa oil to maintain the elasticity of the skin and botanical oils to fade any colour imperfections; whilst keratin oil strengthens your nails. It is also packed with shea butter and avocado to moisturise your skin and cuticles. A great choice for Spring and Summer.

Strivectin Volumising Hand Treatment, Space NK, £26

This one doesn’t have all that pleasant a smell- very chemically. However, it is brilliant at plumping the skin on your hands, and filling in any small lines, to make them appear more youthful. It contains skin brighteners to improve appearance, and shea butter for moisturising. If I haven’t been looking after my hands for a while, i’ll reach for this first as it instantly hides and plumps any flaws.

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