SEAMS Hand Cream loved by make-up artists, cast & crew in film & tv
By special request from Aldi Ray presenter on ITV Good Morning Britain and Lingo. The No. 1 Hand Cream on set at ITV. "I absolutely love it because of the smell, it absorbs easily and doesn't leave your hands greasy." Aldi Ray
“It’s so good I love SEAMS and the Hand & Nail Oil is amazing it’s so fast absorbing and not greasy. I use it so does Suzanna Reid and all at GMB, Pointless and This Morning ITV”
"We have been using SEAMS Hand Cream on our show the Handmaid's Tale. SEAMS really helps with seasonal dry skin, it soaks right into the skin and doesn't leave any oily residue. It rubs in effortlessly leaving the hands nice and soft. SEAMS hand care is excellent for the winter. This stuff definitely does the trick!" Lukas - Head Make-up artist The Handmaid's Tale
"The make-up team at SEE Season 2 have been long time supporters of SEAMS Hand Cream. I tried the cuticle oil for the first time this morning and love the consistency of it. It's not too thick and absorbs quickly still leaving behind a a protective base" Mary Head Make-Up Artist
"On Nadia's feasts with Nadia Sawahla we were all constantly washing our hands which left our hands dry and sore. SEAMS cream is simply like no other, the richness that soaks up into your hands leaving them so soft to touch with a gorgeous scent thats not overpowering like some. We all enjoyed how soft our hands became unlike with other hand creams that leave you with sticky touch. With all the endless hand washing we did on the show SEAMS took care of our hands like no other product has done in the past." Lisa - Make-up artist - Nadia Sawahla ITV
Looking after hands backstage at Dancing On Ice this season, Alexander Demetriou tells us that he's very thankful to have SEAMS Hand Cream as Maura Higgins grips his hands a little too tight!
Kate Garraway enjoying a relaxing SEAMS Hand Massage before going on set. Thank-you For sending us this image
We love this pic of Dule Hill holding SEAMS "Your product is highly effective and we are excited having SEAMS on board"