Elevate your nightstand with this cushy hand cream that doubles as fancy decor
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If you’re like me, you have an old tube of half-used hand cream next to your bed that you try (but frequently forget) to apply to your dry hands before going to sleep. It’s definitely not the most aesthetically pleasing part of my apartment, but honestly, I didn’t really give it much thought until I saw the most gorgeous alternative on TikTok.
Creators @overglowedit and @jwliali were the first to virtually introduce me to Soft Services’ Theraplush Overnight Repair Treatment on TikTok, and I’ve been thinking about the clever hand cream/decor product ever since.
Soft Services Theraplush Overnight Repair Treatment, $58 for case and pod; $36 for a refill pod
What first stood out to me about the beauty product was its chic sculptural appearance – it wasn’t a tube or a cheap jar, but it looked like decor you’d find in some cool home store. And that’s exactly the point.
According to Soft Services, this hand cream is “housed in a reusable case with airless pump” and is “designed to live bedside as the last step in your routine.” So if you’re one of those people who is looking to streamline your home this year or hates the look of clutter, this could be the perfect solution for you.
But Theraplush is so much more than good-looking — its hand cream is a luxury all on its own. The decadent cream is thick and packed with high-quality ingredients that will work to replenish the look and feel of your skin and nails while you snooze: “Retinol resurfaces areas with uneven color or texture, while colloidal oatmeal soothes dry, chapped skin and damaged cuticles.”
For best results, Soft Services recommends using a dollop of the cream each night as the last step in your routine and massaging it onto your hands and cuticles. When you run out, keep the outer case, recycle the pod of cream and order a new pod (which contains about six weeks’ worth of product).
If 2023 is your year of upgrades, let Theraplush elevate your hands and nightstand.
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