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The popular Hemp hand protector cream (100mls) is at it's usual price of £10 but if you use the 50% off code 'SHARE' the price halved and the free delivery for orders over £20 is still being applied :)

Remember Quidco for 15% cashback.

Time to stock up again!

Thanks to lucerysmum for the original voucher post!
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1 Like #1
Think before you buy. Ingredients: Aqua, Glycerin, Cetearyl Alcohol, Myristyl Myristate, Cannabis Sativa Seed Oil, Ricinus Communis Seed Oil, Dimethicone, C12-15 Alkyl Benzoate, Glyceryl Stearate, PEG-100 Stearate, Cera Alba, Panthenol, Methyl Soyate, Phenoxyethanol, Parfum, Sodium Benzoate, Allantoin, Citric Acid, Potassium Sorbate, Xanthan Gum, Hydrogenated Castor Oil, Retinyl Palmitate, Copernicia Cerifera Cera, Disodium EDTA, Tocopherol, Talc, CI 77288, CI 77492, CI 77491, CI 77499.
#2
@thomas01155 what's your point?
#3
Remember Quidco too. This is great stuff....very healing. heat added...thanks
7 Likes #4
thomas01155
Think before you buy. Ingredients: Aqua, Glycerin, Cetearyl Alcohol, Myristyl Myristate, Cannabis Sativa Seed Oil, Ricinus Communis Seed Oil, Dimethicone, C12-15 Alkyl Benzoate, Glyceryl Stearate, PEG-100 Stearate, Cera Alba, Panthenol, Methyl Soyate, Phenoxyethanol, Parfum, Sodium Benzoate, Allantoin, Citric Acid, Potassium Sorbate, Xanthan Gum, Hydrogenated Castor Oil, Retinyl Palmitate, Copernicia Cerifera Cera, Disodium EDTA, Tocopherol, Talc, CI 77288, CI 77492, CI 77491, CI 77499.

I can't think all that before I buy it man!
#5
johni
@thomas01155 what's your point?


Some people will nit pick anything. Ingredients look fine to me....
3 Likes #6
mamboboy
johni
@thomas01155 what's your point?

Some people will nit pick anything. Ingredients look fine to me....

I think he's just disappointed because it's not pure weed. Either that or he prefers indicas and this is made from sativa.

Smoking deal I'd say!


Edited By: Taksim_Red on Jun 07, 2011 15:58
#7
Same for the Hemp Foot Cream as well which is a fantastic product, as well as the hand cream.
#8
does anyone know if i can use my birthday £5 on the love card, a month later than my birthday month.. ( i forgot to use it in may, can i use it in june) thanks
#9
JO-JO
does anyone know if i can use my birthday £5 on the love card, a month later than my birthday month.. ( i forgot to use it in may, can i use it in june) thanks


I've been thinking the same as well - I didn't use mine in March but then I haven't told them my birth date so would they know? Don't you just fill in the back of the card with your birthday month? Mine is still blank so I could probably put anything on it.
#10
kaks26
JO-JO
does anyone know if i can use my birthday £5 on the love card, a month later than my birthday month.. ( i forgot to use it in may, can i use it in june) thanks

I've been thinking the same as well - I didn't use mine in March but then I haven't told them my birth date so would they know? Don't you just fill in the back of the card with your birthday month? Mine is still blank so I could probably put anything on it.

they filled mine in for me..
#11
Oh that's a pity - I got mine sent through the post so it was blank. Why not email customer services and see what they say?
#12
What are these birthday cards? I made an online order with them at Xmas, it was my birthday in March but I didn't get anything.
2 Likes #13
johni
@thomas01155 what's your point?

That you will be rubbing a large amount of chemicals into your skin. If you don't mind an array of chemicals being absorbed into your skin then that's fine :D
1 Like #14
Taksim_Red
mamboboy
johni
@thomas01155 what's your point?


Some people will nit pick anything. Ingredients look fine to me....


I think he's just disappointed because it's not pure weed. Either that or he prefers indicas and this is made from sativa.

Smoking deal I'd say!



I don't like the way The Body shop try to falsely appear as a natural and ethical company.
#15
http://www.thebodyshop.co.uk/_en/_gb/values-campaigns/index.aspx?cm_re=Footer-_-AboutTheBodyShop-_-Values
"We’ve believed this for years and still do. We constantly seek out wonderful natural ingredients from all four corners of the globe, and we bring you products bursting with effectiveness to enhance your natural beauty."
1 Like #16
Taksim_Red
What are these birthday cards? I made an online order with them at Xmas, it was my birthday in March but I didn't get anything.


Its the Love Your Body loyalty card. I got it free a few months ago when they were giving them away with online orders. It normally costs £5 a year or something but you get a gift of something of your choice in your birthday month up to £5 and 10% of all purchases throughout the year. I only took it because it was free though.
#17
Absolute bargain i tried a tester of this instore and was shocked at how good it was.
2 Likes #18
mamboboy
johni
@thomas01155 what's your point?


Some people will nit pick anything. Ingredients look fine to me....


Wow, i always admire people who have achieved a PHD in chemistry, such an interesting topic. Can you explain what CI 77288, CI 77492, CI 77491 and CI 77499 are for us laymen please?

Its always a good idea to research what chemicals you are consuming, beats being an ignoramus. Sadly the advice of thomas will fall on deaf ears because most people are lazy and ignorant.
1 Like #19
thomas01155
Taksim_Red
mamboboy
johni
@thomas01155 what's your point?


Some people will nit pick anything. Ingredients look fine to me....


I think he's just disappointed because it's not pure weed. Either that or he prefers indicas and this is made from sativa.

Smoking deal I'd say!



I don't like the way The Body shop try to falsely appear as a natural and ethical company.


Regardless of any supposed false claims or ethical complaints, this is a very good moisturiser. I've yet to find a better one.
2 Likes #20
spaceinvader
mamboboy
johni
@thomas01155 what's your point?


Some people will nit pick anything. Ingredients look fine to me....


Wow, i always admire people who have achieved a PHD in chemistry, such an interesting topic. Can you explain what CI 77288, CI 77492, CI 77491 and CI 77499 are for us laymen please?

Its always a good idea to research what chemicals you are consuming, beats being an ignoramus. Sadly the advice of thomas will fall on deaf ears because most people are lazy and ignorant.


No I can't, but what I mean is this is what's in moisturisers/cleaning/hair care products. I know it's a nice thought, but sadly washing our hair in crushed mango or using pure hemp oil to moisturise our skin either just isn't as effective (it won't be a thick cream consistency) or it isn't financially viable (for example a mere 15ml bottle of vitamin e facial oil costs £10).

I have this mental image of some HUKD members who only wash in 100% natural products (i.e. 100% orange juice), use personally extracted oil from hemp seeds to moisterise, have free range cows and chickens in the garden, make all their food from fresh local organic produce and live in a house that runs solely on solar power. Oh and use the Orange San Francisco.

For somebody to say The Body Shop aren't ethical is just frustrating. Not only are they against animal testing but they also have a Community Fair Trade initiative. How about calling the products made by Proctor and Gamble unethical instead? http://www.uncaged.co.uk/pgproducts.htm






Edited By: mamboboy on Jun 08, 2011 03:51: 541
#21
Fab thanks just stocked up this stuff is fab
#22
This is great stuff heat from me
#23
Ordered, thanks!
1 Like #24
mamboboy
spaceinvader
mamboboy
johni
@thomas01155 what's your point?


Some people will nit pick anything. Ingredients look fine to me....


Wow, i always admire people who have achieved a PHD in chemistry, such an interesting topic. Can you explain what CI 77288, CI 77492, CI 77491 and CI 77499 are for us laymen please?

Its always a good idea to research what chemicals you are consuming, beats being an ignoramus. Sadly the advice of thomas will fall on deaf ears because most people are lazy and ignorant.


No I can't, but what I mean is this is what's in moisturisers/cleaning/hair care products. I know it's a nice thought, but sadly washing our hair in crushed mango or using pure hemp oil to moisturise our skin either just isn't as effective (it won't be a thick cream consistency) or it isn't financially viable (for example a mere 15ml bottle of vitamin e facial oil costs £10).

I have this mental image of some HUKD members who only wash in 100% natural products (i.e. 100% orange juice), extract oil from hemp seeds to moisterise their hands, have free range cows and chickens in the garden, make all their food from fresh local produce and live in a house that runs solely on solar power. Oh and use the Orange San Francisco.

For somebody to say The Body Shop aren't ethical is just frustrating. Not only are they against animal testing but they also have a Community Fair Trade initiative. How about calling the products made by Proctor and Gamble unethical instead? http://www.uncaged.co.uk/pgproducts.htm




Whilst I love this hand cream, the hemp moisturiser is fantastic for tattoos when healing also, I would like to draw your attention to the fact that the body shop is now owned by Loreal, who are well known for animal testing. The old mantra with the body shop being against animal cruelty went out of the window when money was on the table.
#25
My OH swears by this,so will get her a couple,thanks OP.
#26
Thanks great deal. Would just like to point out that this appears to be on everything on the site not just solely the hemp hand protector stated in this deal. Hope this helps.
#27
my wife has this, and whilst it does moisturise well, it has a terribly mediciney/chemical smell (go figure given the ingredients). but then again, i've seen loads of reviewers where the reviewer really liked the smell! so to each their own.

i imagine most moisturisers (aveeno, eucerin, dove, etc) have a similar bevy of chemical ingredients, many most likely to provide synthetic equivalents of natural ingredients, but longer lasting on the shelf, perhaps more effective or potent, and cheaper. personally never thought of body shop as "natural" products, just figured they were advertising that they utilised hemp in this particular product whereas other lotions might advertise their inclusion of aloe and some lotions are just straight up chemicals =)
#28
topped up thanks
#29
mamboboy
johni
@thomas01155 what's your point?


Some people will nit pick anything. Ingredients look fine to me....


Some people will put any old **** on their skin.
#30
I get really dry hands and used to use this regularly. However, I always disliked the oily sheen it would leave on my hands afterwards. I recently tried Garnier's Hand Repair cream and found that uit works even better than the Hemp Hand Cream and doesn't leave the oily film afterwards.

http://www.superdrug.com/hand-+amp-foot-care-/garnier-repair-hand-cream-tube-100ml/invt/458368/
#31
Love this hand cream, it really works!
#32
Just gone to order a load for friends and the code is expired :( so glad i ordered mine last night :D
#33
lotifer
Just gone to order a load for friends and the code is expired :( so glad i ordered mine last night :D

Code was just accepted for me. Perhaps you can only use it once per account?
#34
Thomsk
lotifer
Just gone to order a load for friends and the code is expired :( so glad i ordered mine last night :D

Code was just accepted for me. Perhaps you can only use it once per account?


Thanks i'll give it a go
#35
It looks like the 'share' code can be used on other products too to get 50% off by the way!
#36
Gotta love the Bodyshop, just ordered £32.50 worth of stuff for £10 with free delivery!! Free body scrub when you buy a body butter :D
Thanks
#37
lol orange san francisco
#38
spaceinvader
mamboboy
johni
@thomas01155 what's your point?


Some people will nit pick anything. Ingredients look fine to me....


Wow, i always admire people who have achieved a PHD in chemistry, such an interesting topic. Can you explain what CI 77288, CI 77492, CI 77491 and CI 77499 are for us laymen please?

Its always a good idea to research what chemicals you are consuming, beats being an ignoramus. Sadly the advice of thomas will fall on deaf ears because most people are lazy and ignorant.


You'd check out all those ingredients you didn't have hazardous info on to gauge their safety?
#39
PHENOXYETHANOL
http://www.ewg.org/skindeep/ingredient.php?ingred06=704811

"Classified as toxic or harmful products for use around the mouth; products for use on the lips European Union - Classification & Labelling" I wouldn't use it on your lips ;D

"type of concern product conditions reference
Classified as irritant European Union - Classification & Labelling"
#40
Myristyl Myristate
http://www.ewg.org/skindeep/ingredient/704067/MYRISTYL_MYRISTATE/
"type of concern product conditions reference
Classified as a high human health priority Environment Canada Domestic Substance List
Classified as expected to be toxic or harmful Environment Canada Domestic Substance List"

"type of concern product conditions reference
Human irritant - strong evidence products for use around the eyes, on the skin, or may be aerosolized (airborne) Cosmetic Ingredient Review Assessments"

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