The temperature has dropped considerably in New York, and while I’d like to blame it on a looming tropical storm (what letter are we at now, J?), I think it’s safe to say that fall is just about here. How do I know that? My hands are dry. Yes, already!

A friend recommended I try luxe skincare line Votre Vu’s Hand Crème, so this morning I did just that. I rubbed it in, and enjoyed the slight almond-y coconut fragrance, (although it made me miss summer that much more). It quickly made my skin soft, without being greasy. The product contains grape seed oil, sunflower, and healing aloe (which is what my hands really need!).

If you try it let me know what you think.

4 Responses

  1. Alyson Bailey

    In response to the comment about the fragrance. It does have some fragrance, but it is just the natural scent from the natural botanicals that are are a part of the product. It is one of the most effective creams, someone I know says it is like a barrier cream! And since the scent is from the natural botanicals, the scent fades quickly and does not compete with other scents.

  2. Heather Wolgamott

    Duette was one of the first Votre Vu products I tried – it came in my startMEup kit when I became a Brand Ambassador with the company last September. I’ve reordered several times since then!
    I love the clever packaging giving you two products in one. The yummy hand cream in the tube and then the lip balm in the cap with the mirror.
    My 5 yr old has stopped telling me that I have “old lady hands”!
    Anyone interested in free samples or ordering their own, can contact me at or

  3. Margaret Imecs

    I would love to win this, I’m a big fan of fragrance!!! Working in a garden center my hands could use a little help!
    Tweeted! @margaretimecs

  4. lora

    i’m not a big fan of fragrance in hand creams. it actually burns the cracks of my skin or any ripped cuticles. i have found that the Crack Spackle from Phoenix Rising skin care helped to really heal the skin. the first ingredient in the votre vu cream is paraffin which doesnt heal, it just covers. i need more healing for my hands that are always in water.


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