At first glance the packaging looks just like any other Liz Earle product, sage green and slightly boring. It doesn't scream 'buy me buy me'.
However, getting past it's less than handsome looks you will find a natural product. Made from plants and flowers galore.
The hand repair cream smells of cheap pot pourri, and very much of lavender - a smell you'll either love or hate.
Applying the cream from the tube is easy to do, and there should be no spillage or waste.
The formula glides on and sinks in well, without any greasyness you can find from rich hand creams.
The packaging claims it's ideal for cuticles and to strenghten nails, not just to moisturise hands.
It is not the cheapest product avaliable, but Liz Earle products use no Animal extracts and source 100% natural ingredients.
Overall, a good product, if you can get past the floral smell.