David Hill face cream review – skincare gifts for men

December 13, 2012
A tub of David Hill Extra Rich Treatment Cream
David Hill Extra Rich
Treatment Cream
I’ve let a boy take over my blog!  Well only temporarily anyway.  While getting married has kind of halted my writing (I’m lucky to post one article a fortnight), I’ve also figured that there’s no
reason why this new dimension to my life can’t enhance HalimaBobs.
So, introducing Desi Boys (no, not the movie, that’s Desi Boyz).  A section for reviews of male
grooming products, as trialled by my hubby – See guinea pig below.  (I may rope in other male relatives, too).
Our desi boy at the Olympic stadium
The first review is David Hill’s Extra Rich Treatment Cream.  David Hill is a skincare range
just for men, and its cream claims to repair daytime damage and prevent the onset of lines.  I honestly didn’t know they did something like this for men, I figured they just raid our anti-ageing products.  Key ingredients, as labelled, are sesame, wheatgerm, witch hazel and comfrey.
Anyway, our Desi boy’s thoughts were as follows:
“The cream is really thick.  I only need to use a tiny amount in the morning and night.  It makes my skin a lot softer, and I even found that my hands felt smoother from applying!  I has helped get rid of dry skin I sometimes get after shaving and around my forehead, which is a huge plus.  The downside – it doesn’t smell too great, it’s like medicine.  Overall though, I would recommend this cream, especially in the winter.”
And just to add my two pennies worth – I’ve used the David Hill Cream once or twice, and I can vouch for its softness.  So I think it’s one for the girls as well as the boys.
David Hill’s Extra Rich Treatment Cream costs £7.00 for a 50ml jar and is available at www.beautynaturals.com.

About the Author


I’m a British-Bengali Muslim mum-of-two. My pictures aren’t filtered and neither are my words. I’m not a makeup artist, chef or lifestyle guru. I’m just me, sharing honest beauty reviews for brown skin, halal restaurant finds, travel inspo, mum life hacks, easy Bengali recipes and more. If that’s your bag, keep reading!

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