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Essentials Video: Royal Hand Cream

After the dry winter months, sometimes our hands need a little special TLC. This fantastic Royal Hand Cream is a great way to keep your hands silky smooth.  But what makes it “royal”? The essential oils in this blend have a rich history among the royalty. Bergamot and Neroli were often worn by the Princess of Nerola (she is Neroli’s namesake after all). Additionally, Frankincense has been dubbed the “King of Oils” and was one of the gifts brought by the Magi for young baby Jesus. And what would a king be without his queen? Rose, aptly named the “Queen of Essential Oils”, rounds out this beautiful hand cream that is truly fit for royalty.

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What you’ll need:

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What you’ll do:

Blend all ingredients and mix well. Apply to your hands.

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43 thoughts on “Essentials Video: Royal Hand Cream”

    1. Maria, Neroli has a pretty unique aroma, but if you need a substitution, try something along the lines of Palmarosa or Lavender 🙂

    1. Jessica, you can definitely use this every day. Using it even a few times throughout the day won’t desensitize you from the aroma 🙂

  1. I would love to try this! Living in Africa though, so I doubt I’ll be able to find evening primrose cream – would shea butter be a good substitute? Thanks!

  2. Definitely going to try this out. I need to get some evening primrose cream. I have oil but this sounds just like what my eczema needs!

  3. This sounds lovely but I am missing Rose. I will have to look for a substitute in my oils. I am already going to sub the Franks blend for the Frereana.

    1. Beverly, Neroli is really very unique and it’s hard finding a suitable substitution. I will link you to our fragrance wheel, which can help you make your decisions. You’ll notice that Neroli sits in the floral-fresh section, next to Lavender Fine and Palmarosa, which would be its closest fragrance substitution. I hope this helps!

    1. Belle, you sure can! Just keep in mind it will have a completely different consistency, but will still smell divine 🙂

  4. This is very similar to the facial serum I make. I use almond oil though. I love this combination of oils. They smell wonderful. I use it on my face before I go to bed and my husband always says I smell so nice.

  5. This sounds divine! I wonder if it would work as well with evening primrose oil?? I have everything else to try it out! Thank you for another great recipe, PT!

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