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Oriflame Tender Care Review

Oriflame Tender Care is one of the most sold worldwide. It is estimated that every 20 minutes 24 hours a day is selling a unit of this product in any of the 60 countries in which it Oriflame operates.

But what is Oriflame Tender Care? What makes it special?

It is a cream with the texture of a paste, with very faint scent, based on key ingredients of beeswax, honey, vegetable oils and lanolin. Full list of ingredients include petrolatum, caprylic/capric triglyceride, paraffinum liquidum (mineral oil), paraffin, cera alba, acetylated lanolin, cetyl alcohol, butylparaben and BHA.

It was originally launched for as an eye cream, but the user experience shot the product to fame when consumers found out that the product was very handy in treating dry skin or dryness for several body parts such as knees, lips, elbows, etc.

It is also recommended to use in the aid of regenerating skin when one has suffered from burns or cuts, and even to relieve the itching of mosquito bites and other insects. In fact, the use is now unisex.

Currently sold in packs of 15ml, which at first seems small, but as it is a paste, applied in small quantities, so that a cream can take several months depending on frequency of use. That is why it is also called the “little egg”.

The original presentation of Oriflame Tender Care packaging is pink with code 1276. As for packaging, it comes in a small cream coloured box, the container itself is made up of plastic and has screw cap lid. I like the way the symbol “o” has been drawn on the lid. It looks classy and cute at the same time. The design is the logo for Oriflame.

In order to please its consumers, the company offers the product featuring extra benefits for the skin. They every so often bring limited edition sale of this product with other fragrances such as vanilla, caramel, chocolate, cherry, almonds, etc. Its price is quite affordable.

Product is a must in the skin care product collection of every person. It’s very effective and serves as multipurpose.

User Experience:

One day while frying food, I had an accident. While removing food from the pan, I slipped and fell back into the pan with the boiling oil, which made large proportions splashed into my hand. I felt terribly hurting from the burn immediately.  I was alone at home; the quickest thing I could do was to put my hand in the cold water. This alleviated the hand pain but when I removed the hand from the water, the pain was back and increasingly becoming intense.

I wasn’t sure what to do but then I remembered this Oriflame Tender Care cream and I applied in large amounts throughout the palm of the hand which looked swollen and red from the burn. The pain was intense, but after few minutes of applying the cream, the pain began to subside. In around 20 minutes all of the pain was nearly gone.

The following day I woke up in a hurry to proceed with my daily chores and totally forgot about the burn. Until later evening it’s when I saw a small patch of burn on an area of the hand that I’m pretty sure I forgot to apply the cream. It’s at that time I remembered the burn and examined my hand. There was no pain or swelling or blister! Of course for serious burn cases, one must see the doctor. However, for smaller or domestic burns one can use Oriflame Tender Care as a good alternative!

Pleased with this result I started to tell my friends and family, and several people began to tell me their own experience. I have summarized the list of some of the wonders Oriflame Tender Care can do:

  • Eye contour (men and women).
  • Dry areas of sunburn or skin dehydration.
  • Strengthen skin scarring process.
  • Scald on babies or irritated skin.
  • Mosquito Bites or non-infectious bites from other insects.
  • Oil or water burns in the kitchen.
  • Iron burns.
  • Sunburn.
  • Allergies in the ears for earrings or pendants.
  • Crusty skin by various injuries.
  • Skin which is about to heal from cut(s).
  • Healing skin after having blisters.
  • Scratches on the heels of shoes or other foot area.
  • Eczema in skin allergies.