I first mentioned Cîme Skincare when Shubana at au sujet de Vert sent me a lovely box of goodies. See this post HERE.
Father and daughter, Walter and Anke were trekking in Ladakh in India when they came across some gorgeous high altitude wild roses, seabuckthorn berries, edelweiss flowers and other plants which survive in harsh conditions of cold, wind and sunlight.
On returning home Anke told her friend Isabel, a fellow lawyer with an interest in natural skincare. They decided with the help of Anke's dad, who is in the business of Organic extracts and oils to develop a range of skincare products using these active ingredients that grow at high altitude in the Himalayas.
I've been testing out Cîme's De Mains en Main Hand Cream (£21 - 100ml)*
The hand cream is simply packaged in an aluminium pump bottle which is recyclable. All products are free from parabens, phenoxyethanol, synthetic fragrances, propylene glycol and are ECOCERT certified.
With each product purchased direct from Cîme a donation will be made to the Nepal Trust.
Enriched with Apricot Kernal Oil and Aloe Vera Extract the hand cream is light and easily absorbed leaving the hands feeling deeply nourished.
I'm currently testing out the lush Rosée de Roses Cleansing & Toning Lotion* so expect a review shortly.
Have you tried any Cîme products?