Dry and cracked hands will benefit from the care of an ultra-nourishing hand cream like Bad Habit Beauty's Adaptogen Nourishing Hand Cream, which contains Rhodiola rosea root. Thanks to this adaptogenic ingredient, the brand describes that the formula " delivers soothing, anti-stress benefits," plus additional comfort from ultra-soothing ingredients like antioxidant-packed apricot seed oil and avocado, shea, cocoa and mango butters.
As part of a clinical one-week study, subjects found that the formula was effective for making their hands look and feel more hydrated, smooth and soft. The lightweight and non-greasy formula is gentle on skin and also shares the benefit of conditioning the cuticles.
The product boasts a soothing scent from mandarin and chamomile essential oils.
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Bad Habit Beauty's Nourishing Hand Cream is Powered by Rhodiola Rosea Root
1. Adaptogenic Skincare - The use of adaptogenic ingredients in skincare products can deliver soothing, anti-stress benefits while nourishing the skin.
2. Nourishing Hand Care - Consumers are seeking ultra-nourishing hand creams made with nourishing ingredients like avocado and mango butters to combat dry and cracked hands.
3. Clinical Efficacy Studies - Clinical studies and trials can lend credibility to the effectiveness of skincare products, improving consumer trust and potentially boosting sales.
1. Skincare Industry - The skincare industry can benefit from incorporating adaptogenic ingredients into their product lines and showcasing their nourishing and hydrating properties.
2. Hand Care Industry - The hand care industry can innovate and differentiate their offerings by incorporating nourishing ingredients and delivering clinical efficacy studies to prove their product claims.
3. Beauty and Wellness Industry - The beauty and wellness industry can tap into the trend of adaptogenic ingredients and their anti-stress benefits to provide customers with more holistic and nourishing options.