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Whipped Hand Cream

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$12.00 CAD

Whipped with shea and mango butter, the hand cream will gently soothe and moisturize your hands, especially hydrating for very dry or sensitive skin.

A luxurious whipped butter formula for our frequently washed, mature, or tired hands. You will only need a pea size to moisturize your hands. One application in the morning will last the whole day. Use additional amount as a hand mask.

mango butter: provides long-lasting softness

apricot oil: smoothes wrinkles

vitamin E: prevents dryness & discomfort


  • oil-based formula: reach deeper layer of the skin and lock in hydration
  • plant-based ingredients: shea butter, mango butter and fruit oils
  • clean beauty: free of dilution (zero water added!), preservatives, fragrance oil and other chemicals
  • sustainable packaging: no plastic, no guilt We recommend scent-free version if you're sensitive to essential oil.¬†
  • Shea Butter (butyrospermum parkii)
  • Mango Butter (mangifera indica seed butter)
  • Apricot Oil (prunus armeniaca¬†kernel oil)
  • Fractioned Coconut Oil (caprylic/capric triglyceride)
  • Arrowroot Powder (maranta arundinacea root)
  • Vitamine E (tocopherol)
  • Bergamot Essential Oil (citrus aurantium bergamia fruit oil)*
  • Tea Tree Essential Oil (melaleuca alternafolia leaf oil)*
  • Cedarwood Essential Oil (cedrus deodora wood oil)*
  • Vanilla Essential Oil (vanilla planifolia fruit extract)*

*we use non photo-toxic essential oils

  • a little goes a long way
  • apply after every hand wash
  • mix with other cream/lotion as a moisture booster
  • use additional amount before sleep as a hand mask

Free Shipping over CA$40/US$35.

Plantish only ships to USA and Canada right now; however, we hope to ship internationally in the future.

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