HandTreat Mani by Look Beauty Review

HandTreat Mani by Look Beauty Review

Every time I am in Shoppers Drug Mart, I am tempted by Look Beauty’s Masque Bar products.  I have seen many great reviews of their Brightening Sheet Masks but not the hand/nail masks that I am more interested in.  At $10 and with lots of different products at home, I have resisted the urge to try them.  Until I popped into the store near my office and they were putting HandTreat hand masks on the clearance shelf.  I can’t resist a good clearance sale so I had to buy them.

Moisture & Nourishing HandTreat Hand Mask is an intense moisture treatment that restores suppleness to dry, rough, overworked hands. This newly designed “Glove-type” hand mask penetrates quickly & deeply to protect, nourish and moisturize the skin.

The package contains two pairs of HandTreat gloves, containing peach extract, witch hazel and shea butter to leave your hands looking and feeling amazing.  I wash my hands a lot and suffer from dry skin as a result, despite using a lot of moisturizer, so I was really looking forward to trying the hand mask over the MasqueBar products (although I really want the nail ones too).

HandTreat Mani by Look Beauty Review

To use, you simply wash your hands in warm water, open one of the packets of gloves and gently open the glove (they are sealed at the opening to keep all the moisturizing goodness inside) and wear the HandTreat gloves for 20-30 minutes.

HandTreat Mani by Look Beauty Review

As you can see, the gloves are fairly large and not form fitting.  They are damp to wet inside and have a peach scent.  They are not so dry that they dry out before the 30 minutes is up, but not so wet that liquid is running out of the glove either.  The wrist opening is fairly large, so I put hair elastics around to keep them in place.  Since they are a little bulky, you can’t really do much while wearing them, unlocking my phone was an amusing feat.  I held my fingers for a while while wearing them to get max contact since they are not form-fitting.

After wearing the HandTreat hand mask gloves for 30 minutes, my skin feels so much better and somehow brighter too.

On my list of Look Beauty’s products to try are:

  • NailTreat MANI: Moisture & Nourish Fingernail Mask – moisturizes, strengthens, protects. Parrafin wax, milk protein, coconut extract, and argania extract softens and moisturizers rough hands and brittle nails
  • FootTreat PEDI: Intensive Moisturizing Foot Mask – smoothes, softens, repairs. Sock masks made with shea butter, apple extract, and peppermint
  • MasqueBar: Pore Refining Creme Mask – exfoliates, smoothes, moisturizes. Made with Coenzyme Q-10 and anti-oxidants
  • EyeRepair SPA: Dark Circle Reducer Eye Patches – brightens, nourishes, repairs. Formulated with sunflower seed oil, and vitamins As and Es to make the under eye appear lighter, firmer, and softer

Buy Look Beauty HandTreat or Masque Bar products:

HandTreat and other Look Beauty products are sold at Shoppers Drug Mart for $9.99 each packet.  While the MasqueBar products contain only one face mask, HandTreat includes two while NailTreat has four treatments.

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9 Replies to “HandTreat Mani by Look Beauty Review”

  1. My hands are SUCH a mess right now. I will hve to look into these for sure!

  2. WOW! These look great!!!

  3. I will have to look for this product at SDM next time I am there… It would be perfect for my dry hands and especially during the winter.

  4. Erika Letson says: Reply

    These are a must try for me! My hand are so dry from hand washing dishes all the time! Great review!

  5. Awesome review! Thanks for sharing. 🙂

  6. These would be great for the winter! My hands get so dry, especially putting wood into the stove all the time.

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  8. Kathryn C Doyle says: Reply

    I cannot find a site to purchase the mani gloves?

    1. In Canada at least, the only place I have found them is Shoppers Drug Mart who do not have an online store for regular items, just high end beauty

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