Did You Know? Sol de Janeiro Launched a New Brazilian Hand Cream
If you haven’t tried the cult-favorite Sol de Janeiro Brazilian Bum Bum Cream… first of all, where have you been? If you haven’t given it a test at your local Sephora, drive over and give it a sample. I’ll wait… All good? Great. Anyways, I recently featured the cream in my 10 Hygiene Products that Every Girl Needs post, which you should definitely check out if you suffer from dry or combination skin. When I heard that Sol de Janeiro was launching their new Brazilian Touch Hand Cream, I was pretty psyched to test it out for myself.
The reason it was so easy for me to become obsessed with the Bum Bum Cream was because it sunk into the skin almost immediately and didn’t leave a gross residue on my body. The hand cream has the same effect on the skin, and it also leaves the same intoxicating aroma which was so feminine, but it’s warm and almost vanilla-like.
Sol de Janeiro Brazilian Touch Hand Cream Fast-Absorbing Hand, Nail & Cuticle Care
Meet the Brazilian secret to an irresistible touch. This silky smooth, addictively scented cream leaves hands so soft that, with a simple touch, you will have them begging for more.
- LUSCIOUS CUSHIONY TEXTURE: Non-greasy and non-sticky so you can touch anything without leaving greasy hand prints
- NATURALLY ALL-POWERFUL INGREDIENTS FROM THE AMAZON, including: Cupuaçu butter heals and nourishes dry skin, Açaí delivers powerful antioxidants for youthful and resilient skin, Coconut oil conditions and softens hands and cuticles, and Brazil nut (selenium) that fuels protein enzymes and prevents cell damage to support healthy nails
- CONVENIENT PORTABLE PACKAGE: Take it with you and apply anytime, anywhere
- DELICIOUS, ADDICTIVE SIGNATURE SCENT: Salted caramel and pistachio fragrance will leave you cheirosa (sheh-rō-zah), which means to always smell incredibly delicious from sunrise to sundown
Cost: $15.00 for 1.7 fl. oz. / 50mL
Launch Date: January 2018
Where to Buy It: Sephora & Sephora.com
The only major drawback I ever felt with Sol de Janeiro’s Brazilian Bum Bum Cream was the fact that it wasn’t exactly portable. This hand cream is not only super easy to throw into your purse, but it’s also in a tube instead of a tub — which I prefer for hand creams.
While you could buy the Bum Bum Cream and call it a day, what I really love about this launch is the fact that it was formulated for hand, nail and cuticle care. The scent can be a tad strong if you have the nose of a blood hound like me, but since it smells so good, is that really a bad thing?
Have you tried out the Sol de Janeiro Brazilian Hand Cream yet? Leave a comment down below with your thoughts.