01 May 2012

Tips, Tricks, and Tutorials Tuesday - Camille Beckman

Welcome to another 3T Tuesday, and don't forget about my giveaway!

Today's tip is on Camille Beckman's Glycerine Hand Therapy hand cream.  I have actually been using this cream for almost 9 years now.  I got my first little jar at my baby shower.  They come in different shapes, sizes, and scents.  I usually get the 4 oz jar (shown).  The jars have a little silk rose attached to the lid.  The scent I am currently using is called Camille, which smells like powdery flowers to me.  I got this scent because it reminded me of a powder my grandmother used to use.  Awww!

I use this on my hands and elbows every night before bed.  It is a cream that goes on pretty thick, and I usually use a good amount.  I spend a good five minutes massaging it into my hands and elbows, because I just love the way it feels - very thick and silky.  As you probably already know from previous posts, I will put Lansinoh or Lemony Flutter on my cuticles about 20 minutes before bed.  Then, I put this on when I get into bed.  I do not usually wear gloves or anything like that.  But when I wake up, my hands are super soft and supple.  I really need that good dose on my hands because my hands have always looked old! (Thanks, Mom!) :oD

Even though I am fairly generous with this, it still lasts quite a while.  I've had this particular jar since December, and I have used about 3/4 of the jar.  I find these products at most gift stores, or you can order them online here.  The 4 oz jar shown retails for $10.50.

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