Revisiting products is one of the things I love about writing a beauty blog and in this post, I’m writing about the Roger & Gallet Hand and Nail Balms which have been featured on here before!
Let’s take a look and see if these hand and nail balms are still worth it after all this time!
Packaging – Roger & Gallet Hand and Nail Balm
As you can see, the packaging is really sleek and simple. I like this look and they’re great for storing away or popping in your handbag to apply during the day or when you’re travelling.
On occasions, I have found that the caps sometimes don’t open as easily – sometimes the cap can jam or ‘lock’ in place but overall nothing too bad.
This is great to keep in your handbag and use on-the-go!
Cream / Balm – Roger & Gallet Hand and Nail Balm
This is formulated with the addition of Shea Butter and even though it’s rich, it’s not at all greasy which is something I love.
Lightweight and non-greasy making this fantastic to use during the day, when you’re taking a break in the office or when you’re rushing in between meetings.
Scent – Roger & Gallet Hand and Nail Balm
There’s two options featured in this article and both of them smell wonderful.
Fleur De Figuier is a Sweet Fruity Fig aroma, sweet but not at all overpowering – in fact, it’s on the delicate side when it comes to the fragrance.
Bienfaits is a citrus fruity aroma with Orange, Cranberry and Blueberry. Both lovely but different. Between the two, Bienfaits is the stronger scented one so if you like more fragrance – this is for you!
These are limited in their availability so it does depend on where you shop. You can shop direct from the Roger and Gallet website and I know that John Lewis has some gift sets available.
I had also come across these in my local Boots store too so you can shop around as they do have new fragrances available which I’ve seen online.
The prices that I have seen online range from £6 – £11 depending on where you shop, if you have a look on different sites, you’ll be able to find something to suit your budget.