The Queen's beloved hand cream that she 'never runs out of' has a special discount today

Clarins Hand & Nail Treatment Cream is the Queen's everyday hero product for keeping hands soft and soothed

Queen Elizabeth II attends an Armed Forces Act of Loyalty Parade
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The Queen is said to swear by this nourishing hand and nail treatment from Clarins - and it's currently on sale with 29% off!


As any beauty fan knows, a good hand cream is an essential part of your self-care kit. We use our hands all day, every day, so treating them to a little pampering daily should always be part of our routines. 

Her Majesty herself is said to be fan of one of the best hand creams in particular from powerhouse beauty brand, Clarins. 

According to The Telegraphthis tube of hand and nail cream is rumored to "never run out at the palace" - it's that integral. 

And we can see why. Not only does this rich cream soften the skin and cuticles, it also helps strengthen nails too, and reviewers are very impressed with its results.

"Purchased this awesome hand crème for reducing age spots. Have used this product for about 2 years now. A superior hand crème. Well worth the expense. Twice a day is my suggestion. 


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This royally-approved hand cream is a nourishing treat for tired hands and will help soften the skin as well the cuticles and strengthen nails, too.

"If you are an essential oil user, add a few drops of Geranium and or Myrrh oil to help produce the effects a little more quickly. This is from my experience only," wrote one happy fan.

While another said, "I have made several purchases of this Clarins Hand and Nail Treatment Cream and it is an excellent hand cream, not greasy, and keeps hands and nails in excellent condition. Great Price also. Love it! Thank You."

It's currently on sale in Amazon's sale for $21.29 (£18.38), down from $30 (£25.90) - that's a saving of 29%.

If you want to see other great Amazon Prime Day beauty deals, our round-up should help.

Lauren Hughes
Lauren Hughes

Lauren is the former Deputy Digital Editor at woman&home and became a journalist mainly because she enjoys being nosy. With a background in features journalism, Lauren worked on the woman&home brand for four years before going freelance. Before woman&home Lauren worked across a variety of women's lifestyle titles, including GoodTo, Woman's Own, and Woman magazine.