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Luxurious indulgence for softer feeling hands
The MECCA view:Created to elevate the everyday experience, Mecca Cosmetica’s Nourishing Hand Cream combines high performance with luxurious indulgence. This fast absorbing vegan formulation is enriched with a unique blend of hydrating and healing ingredients including Avocado Oil and Hyaluronic Acid, and delicately scented with sensuous woody notes of clove, juniper berries, tobacco leaves and oud. Hands will be left feeling smoother, softer and perfectly perfumed.
Key ingredients: Avocado oil: this multi-tasking antioxidant rich superfood has an abundance of skin benefits such as replenishing moisture, smoothing and nourishing your skin. It also possess bactericidal and soothing propertises that make it suitable for those prone to sensitivity. Hyaluronic acid: retains up to 1000 times it's own weight in water. Naturally occuring in the body, Hyaluronic Acid will work to mositurise skin, reduce inflammation, prevent water loss and boost skin's elasticity.
Made without:Animal products, parabens, pegs, sulfates (sls/ sles), gmos, mineral oil, synthetic colours, phthalates, bha and bht, triclosan, silicone d4, d5 and d6, gluten, alcohol and talc.
Pair it with:Mecca Cosmetica Nourishing Hand WashMecca Cosmetica Luxe Body ButterMecca Cosmetica Elixir Body Oil Mecca-ssentials Rinse-Free Hand Cleansing Gel
To ensure your beauty empties don’t end up in landfill, MECCA has partnered with TerraCycle, the global leaders in recycling the unrecyclable. Rather than throwing away your already-loved Mecca Cosmetica bottles, pots and tubes, TerraCycle’s recycling program lets us send back your beauty waste, ready to be sorted, processed, and transformed into something new (and just as beautiful). Next time you have squeezed as much as you can out of your favourite Mecca Cosmetica product, give your local MECCA store a visit and pop your clean empties into a labelled bin, or pass them on to a team member at the registers—they’ll take care of the rest. For a full list of what can and can’t be recycled read here.