Patisserie de Bain Hand Cream

Hand Cream is something that I often go through phases of using and then forget about for a few months. It's not that I don't like hand cream, it's just finding the right one can often be difficult. Some of them are too oily, some of them take forever to rub in and then there's ones that smell like something your grandmother would have used and not in a good 'vintage' style way. Until recently I had pretty much given up on hand cream and then these came along.

Patisserie de Bain are a cosmetics company housed under the Rose & Co.Apothecary* brand. Each product is lovingly handmade in the Rose & Co kitchens using cocoa, shea butter, almond oil and the finest of English fragrances. Sold in the cutest vintage style packaging, these are perfect for gifts or someone looking to add a bit of personality into their cosmetic and skincare draw. According to the website:' these adorable fancies sell by the thousand every month' and to me this comes as no surprise as this is the best hand cream I have ever used.

Recently I was sent these two Patisserie de Bain hand creams to review - one 'Sweet as Cherry Pie' and one 'Lemon Bon Bon'. Both of these have the most luxurious scents, it is like walking into a vintage sweet shop. The 'Sweet as Cherry Pie' hand cream reminds me of Cherry Bakewell tarts and 'Lemon Bon Bon' is sweet and tangy like Lemon Sherbert. Both hand creams absorb easily into the skin and the scent lingers for hours. As someone who is obsessed with the 1950s or anything in a vintage style, these are perfect for me and something that I would love to show off to my friends. What is even better is that they are really affordable at £3.99 per tube and with five different ones to collect, it wouldn't break the bank buying them all.

Have you tried any of the Patisserie de Bain range?



  1. Lemon Bon Bon is amazing, the scent is just like the actual sweets x

  2. I do like Aromatherapy and Co but I've never tried anything from this range! They sound delicious though, and the packaging is just too cute. :)
    I've been trying to use hand creams up now that it's winter here...I've gotten a couple of compliments on how soft my hands are so perhaps it's paying off!

  3. I've never heard of this range before. I'm like you I go through phases too, these do sound lovely though x

  4. These sound just lovely and the packaging is cute too x

    Pink Frenzy

  5. I love Patisserie De Bain, the lemon bon bon range does smell incredible but my favourite is the sugared violet!

  6. They sound lovely, I'd love to try Lemon Bon Bon :) xx


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