STEAMCREAM is packaged in a circular tin decorated with a dark green and pink lotus flower design. It is just the right size to fit in your handbag, but not too small to feel the product isn’t going to last. The cream itself is snowy in colour and looks to be of a light and blobby texture. There is a relaxing smell of lavender when you open the lid.
What’s in it:
STEAMCREAM is handmade in just two kitchens (one in the UK and another in Japan). The natural moisturising ingredients are sustainable and vegan, and steam from heated pure water fuses them together with calming essentialoilsto create the cream’s light and loosely-bound texture.
STEAMCREAM feels cool when you first apply it on your skin, and is deeplyabsorbing as you massage it in. The scent is floral and lingers pleasantly afterwards. Product instructions are clearly laid out and full of ideas for surprisingly versatile use. Create a face mask or body scrub by adding ingredients found in your kitchen, or mix into foundation for a BB cream. Moisturise tired feet or rough hands, and rub into the ends of wet hair toprevent frizz. You can even use it to prep skin for a smooth and soothing shave.
STEAMCREAM is perfect as a daily moisturiser to rehydrate the skin on your hands and leave them feeling fresh. The cream absorbs quickly and is non-greasy. However, STEAMCREAM also soothes and cools irritated skin and has proven particularly effective on heat rash. It is also good as a shaving balm, leaving legs silky-smooth and free of abrasion. My skin felt softer after each use, and in the long term STEAMCREAM helped dryness and improved skin tone.
You do not need to use much STEAMCREAM each time, therefore the small-sized pot is definitely value for money. The packaging is particularly pretty; however, quality and diversity of the STEAMCREAM more than equals the value of the lotus flower tin it is kept in.
I would definitely buy the product again. It lasted me a long time and is good for so many aspects of skincare.