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Beautiful and well groomed hands

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Beautiful, well-groomed hands are extremely important, so taking care of them is especially important now that the weather is cold and the skin is flushed, rough and cracked with cold and the nails become brittle. In order to keep them healthy, we need to use appropriate hand cosmetics and it is recommended to emphasize one that contains shea butter for the season. It is considered to be the best skin care on cold days as it is rich in vitamin A, E and fatty acids and provides the necessary moisture and nutrients.
REFAN offers a diverse selection of lotions and hand creams that incorporate 'feminine gold', as the precious shea butter is still known. You can trust the Shea / Karite hand lotion - add it to your cosmetic bag and enjoy soft, smooth and nourished skin in the cold months.
REFAN Musk & Orange, Lemon cream & Milk, Magnolia & Rose petals, Cotton Blossom & Honey, Eucalyptus & Rosemary and Cedar wood & Spices hand creams are also designed for daily care of dry and rough skin and are suitable for cold weather. Their fresh fruity and floral aromas bring mood and exotics, while their rich formula with natural shea and cocoa oils smoothes, nourishes and softens. A valuable supplement in them is Vitamin B3, which reduces water loss and has an anti-aging effect, smoothes the skin, reduces pigmentation and stimulates elasticity.
A good choice to take care of the skin of your hands is the Antistress cream. The combination of verbena extract and shea butter in it regenerates the skin, and the essential oil of orange relaxes the mind after daily stress and brings a touch of freshness and mood in the dark days.
Each of REFAN's diverse range of hands products gently and effectively cares for the skin, protecting it from drying out and harmful weather conditions. Their natural ingredients nourish, hydrate, regenerate and soften the skin of the hands without oily traces.


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