The 7 Best Scented Hand Creams

We are not yet free from the effects of winter and its drying effects on our skin – and we will be for a while now. So what better time to try a new scented hand lotion? We can fight dry cuticles, try a new scent (or scents), and dream of the warmer weather to come (six months from now). Hand creams are not only great for self-care, they also make great gifts for really everyone in your life. If you’re struggling to find a good gift for your mother-in-law or need some treats for your dearest work friends, you can’t go wrong with a good hand cream – especially during the winter months.

We’ve rounded up some of our favorite scented hand creams at every price point. Whether you’re looking for a drugstore favorite that won’t cost you more than $5 or a designer balm that would make a great gift, you’ll find what you need here.

Get ready for the most luxurious midday pick-me-up — and you don’t even have to leave your desk for it.

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aesop hand cream

Courtesy of Aesop.

Aesop Resurrection Aromatique Hand Balm

To be honest, this Aesop hand cream is never far from our desks. It is the perfect gift to show your gratitude to friends and family. Whether you prefer the fragrant botanicals or rich hydration, you’ll be impressed by this balm in your arsenal.

hand cream

Courtesy of L’Occitane.

L’Occitane hand cream

L’Occitane: It’s a classic for a reason. Their hand creams are all infused with 20 percent shea butter, as well as other natural ingredients like coconut oil, honey, almonds, and grape seeds. Best of all, you can choose from a wide range of scents including lavender, cherry blossom and rose – so you’re bound to find one to fall in love with.

Burt's Bees hand cream

Courtesy of Burt’s Bees.

Burt’s Bees hand cream

There isn’t a Burt’s Bees product that we don’t love. This soothing hand cream
uses the healing powers of baobab oil to intensively nourish even the driest skin.

hand cream

Courtesy of Ranavat.

Ranavat Sacred Rose Regenerating Hand Cream with Antioxidants

If you like your scents sweet and decadent, this is the cream for you. It has very warm and rich notes of almond oil and damask rose. And when you Yes, really love to smell like dessert (and who doesn’t?), you can even pair it with other products in the line.

hand cream

Courtesy of Jurlique.

Jurlique Lavender Hand Cream

Jurlique hand creams are not only one of the richest and most moisturizing hand creams you can buy, but they also come in a variety of scents. Editor’s tip: Choose lavender when you want something soothing at night and citrus when you’re looking for some energy in the morning.

Gold Bond Ultimate Healing Hand Cream

Courtesy of Amazon.

Gold Bond Ultimate Healing Hand Cream

More than 15,000 Amazon buyers have given away this $4 hand cream
a perfect five-star rating thanks to its ability to soothe dry, flaky skin in just a few uses. When your hands need more care, grab this cheap treatment.

hand cream

Courtesy of Necessaire.

toiletry bag The hand cream with peptides

Toiletries can always be counted on for cute, cheeky packaging and amazing fragrances. This hand cream delivers both with a non-greasy formula that’s both clean and packed with vitamins. We love how soft it feels on our hands (and feet, if you really want to get luxe with them).

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Sarah Ridley

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