Betty Hula boast handmade products using tradition techniques and fairly traded natural ingredients. Inspired by Hawaiian tropical scents. That can be brought from www.bettyhula.co.uk or Sainsburys.
I was sent two samples to try.
I received Rum and Blackcurrant (Pink) and Champagne and Spice (Orange).
The first thing I noticed on opening the little tubs was the smell, it was so much more powerful than I imagined, so if you like a good scenting moisturiser your defiantly have a winner in that area on your hands.
The Champagne and Spice has to be my personal favourite and so good for this time of year with the spice just bringing up memories of warm Christmas evenings. While Rum and Blackcurrant seems more of a summer scent to me.
Both are meant to be good for:
Shea Butter, Cocoa Butter, Coconut Oil, Aloe Vera and Vitamin E
I do find with the size of the sample I cannot honestly tell you how good this cream is as a body moisturiser, it felt good when it went on and left my skin feeling soft as an initial reaction, prolonged though I cannot go into.
All in all I like the idea behind Betty Hula, the company ethics are great, I’m a huge fan of anything that is fairly traded. The scent for big scent lovers is right on. But sadly I cannot tell you how well it really works which with a price tag of £14.99 for 120ml is a bit of a downside.
Have you given Betty Hula a try what did you think?
*Products received free of charge, all views are 100% my own and I have no received any other compensation for this article.