here, we have Cake Beauty's Milk Made Smoothing Hand & Cuticle Buffer. i keep wanting to type butter instead of buffer because my hands feel so buttery soft as i type this...
this was my very first Cake purchase. can you believe it??
i am going to admit something to you. i don't like the Milk Made Velveteen Hand Cream. there, i said it. i don't like the smell of it.
yes, this one is also "Milk Made" but they are made with different ingredients! the buffer has sugar, milk proteins, avocado and coconut oils. it doesn't smell delicious like i want to eat it but more like sweet and milky.
so what you do is stir it a bit using the spoon it came with and then scoop some (
right after using the scrub, i found my hands to be quite greasy (i had difficulty putting the lid back on) but this greasy feeling goes away within minutes. what replaces the greasiness is pure velvety smoothness. you'd be shocked by how soft your hands could be if you have never used a hand buffer before. totally different than using a normal body scrub. it's definitely the oils in the buffer that gives your hands this super smooth feeling. i had a "before and after" picture of my hands but you can't really see a difference - but you can most definitely feel the difference.
i bought this at such a great price from Zellers since they are liquidating right now (my poor Zeddy!). they retail for $18 for 145 mL (you can buy it at Murale). i paid only $6.29 :)
Zeddy waving goodbye :(
there is also one other hand scrub i've tried and it's the True Blue Spa 60-Second Manicure Hand Scrub (Just a Minute) from Bath and Body Works. the one i used was in a different packaging than the one that is linked - the scrub was orange and it smelt citrusy. Bath and Body Works only carries the "Sugar" one now that retails for $12.
i find that they work the same so it's really up to you (almost the same size; prices and scents are different).
what do you use on your hands?