NO! Yes, the scents are certainly different. But the consistencies are different as well. I've tried the Cerise and Amande, which are both somewhat runny in comparison to the thick, rich, paste-like Shea. It's the most expensive of the bunch for a reason.
answered 2 months, 2 weeks ago
No. I use a few of this hand creams from L'occitane and I can tell you that some are diffrent.
This one is the best for me because is in between: no too oily, not too "watery". The thickest one is the Shea Butter (i try the one with silver tube with blue label). This is very oily and thick for me.
Then is this one (Amande), the perfect balance for my skin.
The others I try were: Cherry Blossom, Pivoine flora, rose 4 reines and Cericer rouge. This are more light and leave my hands a little too moisture like it didn't absorbs well but I love the fragances. very persistent.
Hope my answer helps you =)
answered 4 months ago
(Buenos Aires, Argentina)
For the most part, I believe so. The biggest difference that I see would be the scents. They all have 20% shea butter. The original shea butter seems to be the thickest, but the Amande Delicious Hands cream works just as well (for me) as the plain shea. The Red Cherry, however, is a gel-cream, which feels thinner and slicker and has the tiniest amount of shimmer, seems to moisturize just as well. As far as the other scents, I'm sorry, but I haven't had the chance to try them. There may be other gel-creams, with or without shimmer, and not everyone likes those.
I think the the shea butter if the thickest of all the creams, the others so maybe not so thick, are still beneficial.
answered 4 months, 2 weeks ago
Only the scent is different...formula-wise they're all the same. e
answered 4 months, 3 weeks ago