I hope you're all doing well! Today I want to share my thoughts on the Pacifica Super Hydrating Hand Creams.
What's unique about the Pacifica hand creams?
Most natural hand creams are very lightly scented, which is ideal for me. Scent plays a big role in how I feel so I usually opt for light, natural scented products.
However, I've been using the Pacifica perfumes for a few years now and I love them, so I wanted to try more of their scented products.
Their hand creams are more fragrant than other green beauty options, but Pacifica still uses high quality essential oils, along with their own personal fragrance blends. The result is natural products with exquisite, unique, and complex fragrance blends.
Are they vegan? Cruelty free?
The Pacifica hand creams are all vegan and cruelty free.
What are the featured ingredients?
Pacifica uses sunflower, aloe, sweet almond oil, shea butter, kelp, and coconut water to hydrate and nourish your skin without artificial nasties.
Are they effective?
All four of these hand creams have a similar, hydrating formula that's light but nourishing. They moisturize your hands without leaving them feeling greasy.
What are the different scents?
Pacifica offers seven different hand cream scents but I've chosen just four to share with you today.
This hand cream has an invigorating, fresh, citrus scent. The blend of orange, raspberry, and strawberry notes makes for a very juicy afternoon pick me up.
This was the most heavily scented of the four, so if you're new to scented hand creams, or prefer lightly scented options, go for one of the three below.
This coconut hand cream has a very sweet scent thanks to the mix of coconut, vanilla, and ambrosia. This would be an excellent, warm, and cozy choice for Winter.
I loved this invigorating scent. It's a very unique combination of gardenia, orange, and jasmine.
This was hands down my favourite scent. I've really fallen in love with lemon, lime, and lemongrass scents. This lemon hand cream is sweet but still fresh and clean.
It's uplifting and rejuvenating and I'm thinking of getting their perfume in the matching scent.
Have you tried the Pacifica hand creams? What are your favourite scents?
Until next time,