Dove Dermaspa Goodness hand treatment is a hand cream that claims to be fast absorbing, leaving hands feeling velvety soft, and skin looking even and luminous. The formula contains ‘surface cell-moisturisers’ which it claims are key moisturising actives compressed from natural seed oils, which have been blended with omega oil. The product can be used both day and night and whenever skin feels dry.
The DermaSpa Goodness³ collection combines omega oil with Cell-Moisturisers™ which work at the heart of skin cells, leaving the skin full of moisture. Omega oil, known to replenish the skin’s barrier, is infused in Dove’s active formula to smooth skin’s texture, leaving it velvety soft and even looking.
Dove Derma Spa Goodness hand cream comes in a slim 75ml plastic satin finish tube with a bronze gold cap. I love the way it looks and feels from the outside it looks simple and chic. The tube is plastic but the soft kind of squeezy plastic. The colour scheme makes it look luxurious and expensive. The tube has a sturdy hard screw lid and a single twist to open and close is all that is required. The tube is very flat and does not take up much space.
The hand cream is off white in color with creamy consistency. The hand cream is a it watery and not too thick and absorbs really quickly. A very small amount is sufficient for my hands. You can definitely feel the silicone as it makes the hands silky.
I was glad this isn’t the typical dove smell. I quite enjoy the scent the fragrance includes deliciously indulgent notes of creamy vanilla, succulent coconut and musk for added opulence.
The hand cream leaves my hand silky smooth and soft. This hand cream is targeted for dry skin. As noted above the silicone is what makes the hands feel silky. The product has not caused any kind of irritation or redness. It’s suitable for sensitive skin. Does not feel oily, greasy or sticky after application and feels super light weight.
It’s a drugstore product, but the appearance and results are of that of a spa product. It’s a bit pricey when compared to other drugstore hand creams, but it’s totally worth the price.