Wednesday, 6 March 2019

Kiss the Moon Lovely Hands Gift Set Review and Competition

With mothers day coming up, ( 31st of March) we will all be hunting for a lovely gift for our mothers. Or as a mum yourself, you may start dropping little hints of something that you may love for mothers day.

Now I myself don't really drop hints. But if I was then hand cream is something I would be dropping hints for. I love it and use it on a daily basis and so it is definitely something that would make a good gift for me. 


I am pretty much obsessed with hand cream and must always have moisturised hands. Having dry hands just drives me crazy and not in a good way. 

So when Kiss the Moon sent me a lovely hands gift set to review, I was super eager to see what it was like. 

Inside the set there is a lovely hand cream and a bar of soap. Perfect for taking care of hands. 



So firstly a little bit about Kiss the Moon. As you can probably tell from the brand name, kiss the moon are all products based on sleep and rest. It is so important to get a good nights sleep and Kiss the Moon's products are all about helping your body rejuvenate and heal while you do so. Sleep is when the most active cell renewal happens. So poor sleep, means poor skin. Which is why this English countryside brand is so keen to provide you with products which will not only help you sleep but help give your skin nourishment at the same time. 

So the hand cream you will get in the set, is perfect for putting on before you go to sleep.

This was perfect for me to test out because I don't yet own a hand cream that is one to put on before you sleep and so I couldn't wait to try it.


Firstly the cream smells amazing. The reason behind the amazing smell isn't just to make your hands smell good, but has essential oils in that will help you relax, unwind and be ready for sleep. So with this hand cream you will be able to smell warm floral notes of pure rose absolute and Ylang Ylang. It also has frankincense oil in which has been used for generations to ease the mind of worries and encourage restfulness. 

As for the skin restoration, it is made from Shea butter whipped together with rosewater which creates an easily absorbed cream. This is one thing I did like about the cream, was that it quickly absorbed in and straight away my hands felt much nicer. Sleeping is all about repairing and so there has been a vitamin A rich Rosehip seed oil added which will help do the job as you sleep.

So I have been using this cream most nights and use it last night. Firstly I love the smell, it really relaxes me before I sleep but also isn't to overpowering as I generally sleep curled up with my hands close to my face. Applying the cream was nice to do, it is quite thick and so you don't need much to give a good coverage of your hands. 

So I then slept, and then woke up this morning, and I must say my hands are feeling really nice and smooth and not dry at all. I am very pleased to have a hand cream that I can now use at night to make sure my hands feel great the next day. 

The hand cream is 90g can be bought alone for £28.00

But the lovely gift set, which is presented in a lovely black gift box which says "sleep beautifully" on it, also comes with a delightful bar of soap.


The bar of soap is presented so nicely with a black ribbon on it with pink writing that also reads sleep beautifully. 

The first thing you will notice when you take this bar in your hand, without even opening it, is the amazing scent. It smells so nice! Especially to say it has been naturally made with with no artificial perfumes inside it. Instead Rose and Frankincense aromatherapy oils are used to create the scent. It also has a nourishing coconut oil which will help leave the skin feeling soft after use.

The soap has a lovely natural appearance when unwrapped and showcases the Kiss the Moon Logo.

The soap is 100g can be also bought alone for £9.00


To buy this as a lovely gift set, it will only cost you £32.00 saving you £5.

It can be bought from the Kiss The Moon website along with other beautiful sleep gift sets.

How well do you sleep at night? Would you love a gift like this? 
To celebrate mothers day, Kiss the Moon are letting me give away one gift set to one lucky winner. Enter below on the gleam app for your chance to win!

Win a Kiss The Moon Lovely Hands Gift Set

79 comments:

  1. I sleep very well as long as I've not napped during the day, then I struggle x

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  2. I sleep awful, with four little ones i feel im still in a 'having a new born ' stage, where I hear every noise.i tend to get 5 hours good sleep.

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  3. I sleep fairly well unless my daughter wakes up during the night

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  4. I can struggle with insomnia, particularly when I am stressed

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  5. I have always struggled with sleep, since a child. I dread going to bed, it is a battle to unwind and relax, empty my head, get comfy, not too hot, not too cold, just about manage to drift off, then need the toilet! ARGHHHH!

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  6. theres only one word for it....terribly!

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  7. Sometimes absolutele fine, sometimes acceptable, sometimes insomnia :o)

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  8. Some nights quite well others not well

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  9. i sleep pretty well but still always feel tired x

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  10. I sleep very well, usually between 8-9 hours.

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  11. I could sleep all day long ! Never seem to get enough

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  12. I wish I could sleep better xx

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  13. Ashleigh Allan7 March 2019 at 06:32

    It depends but generally not bad

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  14. Margaret Clarkson
    I usually sleep really well, especially if I've had a busy day.

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  15. I have Fibromyalgia and so sleep very poorly

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  16. i dont sleep very well as i am a very light sleeper

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  17. I don't sleep too badly but it only takes one sleepless night to make me have a string of bad nights.

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  18. I do not sleep well, some night’s are ok but other nights are awful. Sometimes I don’t sleep at all

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  19. not that great, could be a lot better

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  20. Not well; I have nightmares every night and wake in the early hours, never sleep right through :-(

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  21. I have no problems sleeping x

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  22. I sleep very well with the correct medication.

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  23. I do not sleep well being a light sleeper.

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  24. I usually sleep quite well but sometimes the cat wakes me up

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  25. i have an anxiety disorder so not great! x

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  26. I’m up at 6pm most days for work so the night before an early shift I don’t really sleep well. During my days off then I do make up for it x

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  27. I sleep well, general. Cannot sleep when very tired. xxx

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  28. I've been sleeping really badly recently and am frequently awake for 3+ hours in the middle of the night.

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  29. Not particularly well I usually have to get up in the night

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  30. I find it hard to get to sleep, and am often still awake at 2am, then I find it hard to wake up in the morning.

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  31. I don't sleep too badly, although sometimes I'm awake in the middle of the night.

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  32. WOuld be very useful as I am woken up with my pain and sturggle to get back to sleep.

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  33. Badly. A lifetime insomniac who is always looking for products that might help and are a lovely treat to boot.

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  34. Not great. It doesn't matter if I sleep through (a rarity) I still wake up feeling exhausted. Often I struggle to get to sleep due to mind chatter, wake up multiple times throughout the night and then wake up around 4-5am and struggle to get back to sleep before the alarm goes off.

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  35. I sleep well - but I have bad sleep patterns (not enough hours)

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  36. Normally I sleep ok but with things going on at work in the last month it’s been awful!

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  37. I don’t sleep that well but do get around 6-7 hours if I’m lucky

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  38. Some nights I sleep well other nights I have insomnia and only get five hours it's put down to anxiety with me as I have GAD

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  39. Sleep very well - usually get 8 hours a night x

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  40. Not very well, particularly during the working week

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  41. I tend to have one really good night sleep and then the next night I just don't sleep at all

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  42. I don't sleep awful but it could be better

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  43. I fall to sleep well and stay asleep, I can just never get enough!

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  44. I need total silence, the slightest noise wakes me up

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  45. Occasionally reasonably well.

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  46. I really struggle drifting off to sleep but once I'm asleep that's me!

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  47. I sleep alright, I tend to crash out as soon as my head hits the pillow xx

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  48. Really well, just the odd wake-up in the night for a middle-aged wee or if my daughter wants the landing light turned on.

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  49. Not so good at the minute- pregnancy has me both exhausted but also waking up at random times for a pee! My 4 year old is a generally good sleeper but occasionally still needs us in the night, so that doesn't help

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  50. My sleep is okay, although been suffering with nightmares a lot recently!

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  51. Varies. Not great, like when I was young. Reasons :- Probably lifestyle (reality, rather than what I would ideally choose. As sometimes life circumstances / situations take priority, and have an affect / effect). Worked shift work for decades (variety of shifts, including night shifts, no set pattern to shifts worked), chronic part conditions ( type of work / workloads, etc :- Probably impacted). Carer Responsibilities. Stress factors :- Such as having to seek assistance / information / support , diagnosis, treatment, etc via Health , Social Care Services, etc. As accessibility, availability (waiting times, waiting lists, limited resources,etc), approachability (finding out most appropriate service / department. Aiming to find an amenable, knowledgeable, kindly and helpful member of staff). Staff shortages, organisational culture, assertiveness / aggressiveness of staff members can impact on service users, Carers when seeking partnership approach when dealing with services and their personnel / staff. Historically :- Hospitality was a common culture. Nowadays very inconsistent, so unaware of culture that will be encountered:- When vulnerable, through ill health, no certainty in regards to service culture, etc. So feel very uncertain, insecure and vulnerable.

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    1. Chronic pain conditions (not part, as stated above. Spellchecker must have changed what I typed).

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  52. With me it depends on the night, some days im straight through then others im up and down all night

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  53. I have a very broken sleep every night. I wake up nearly every hour, on the hour

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  54. I usually wake up several times in the night and always feel tired in the morning.

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  55. Most nights I sleep quite well, but there are many nights I have trouble getting to sleep, though once I'm in the land of nod it's hard to wake me!!

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  56. I sleep a little too well. I'm currently clocking up about 10 hours a night and I still struggle to get up in the mornings.

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  57. I sleep very well... head hits the pillow and I'm out! Often still feel tired though

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  58. Daily Bonus Entry doesn't seem to be working. Please assist!

    Rachel Craig

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  59. That depends entirely on how well my 1 year old sleeps!!

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  60. I don't sleep very well at all. Very light sleeper and my girlfriend snores very loudly

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  61. OK-ish, i'm a night owl though

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  62. I drop off immediately but wake early hours! Currently ironing at 5am before the kids get up

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  63. I struggle with sleep, I'm a very light sleeper and tend to wake at every little noise (or not so little noise if the neighbours are arguing)

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  64. I'm on enough drugs to knock a herd of elephants out for the count so I sleep well, it just isn't as refreshing as a 'normal' sleep

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  65. I sleep very badly. I wake 3 to 4 times a night and take between 1 to 2 hours to go back off. Usually I get between 4-6 hours sleep a night and the fact that it is broken leaves me exhausted the next day.

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  66. I sleep great, I just wish that I got more sleep than I do currently

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  67. I don't sleep well! I work Nightshift so have an irregular sleep pattern. Four to five hours if I'm lucky

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  68. I find how stressed I am really affects my sleep pattern

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  69. I generally have poor sleep - thanks for the chance to win these helpful products

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  70. Its depends on whats going on in my life really

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  71. I don't sleep great at all, my sleeping pattern is all over the place x

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  72. I sleep very poorly, 4 -5 hours max

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  73. pretty restless and wake up during the night

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  74. On and off, better at weekends when I have a beer, lol

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