SteamCream gets it’s name from the unique steaming process used to create it. Steaming process is used to fuse and hold all the creams ingredients together.
SteamCream is hand made both in the UK and Japan using several natural ingredients which you can see the full list of here.
The SteamCream is not tested on animals and approved by the Vegan society.

20130714-221425.jpg. This was the tin of cream I was sent for review. The tin itself features a cool union jack British theme and is recyclable too.
The cream smelt nice. I could definitely smell a lavender aroma aswel as other ingredients. The cream felt light and cool. I used on my face and hands and it seemed to blend very easily and well into my skin and dried quite quickly too. There was no greasiness as you sometimes get with other products.


SteamCream costs Β£12.95 which I think is a fairly normal/ average price for moisturising creams of this type. Their are a few different cream tin designs to choose from to suit your style. You can choose yours from the online shop


  1. July 19, 2013 / 14:58

    I never realised lavender was one of the prominent smells.
    Really must try it !

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