My Top Three Cruelty-Free Moisturizers

We currently don’t have a dishwasher and so I hand wash all of our dishes. I’ve really started to like the zen of it (most days), but it wrecks havoc on my hands. My skin is already sensitive with eczema and psoriasis so I have to be very careful with moisturizers. Add in only using cruelty-free products, and well, things get a little difficult. If you’ve got similar troubles on your hands, you’ve come to the right place. Here are my top three favorite cruelty-free moisturizers!

Top Three Cruelty-Free Moisturizers

Be Delectalbe Hand Cream by Cake Beauty:

This amazing cream has a full luxurious feel and an amazing strawberry scent. It provides a wonderful moisture with a great skin protector as well. The scent can be a little heavy, but was never irritating or troublesome, though it did make my husband ask if I had been baking. I keep this one in my purse and love to use it after volunteering with Bountiful Baskets.

Teadora Nourishing Body Cream in Rainforest at Dusk:

I love this next moisturizer. Teadora’s cream is light and is quickly absorbed by the skin. The scent is beautiful and truly does remind me of being in the tropics. The company really takes the cake though. They are dedicated to persevering and rejuvenating our natural environments. It’s always nice when you can get a good product and help Mother Nature at the same time.

The Healthy Body Butter from LaVanilla:

This wonderful moisturizer has an amazing vanilla scent. It’s just about equal to putting your face in a pile of vanilla beans, seriously. The butter works very well and even helped my dried out cuticles to look a little more lively. This is probably the most “oily” of the products listed, but not in a bad way. It feels like the oils in this formula blend into the natural oils of your skin leaving it feeling fresh and replenished, but not covered in product.

What’s your favorite cruelty-free moisturizing routine?

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