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Ena Products – Mandarin & Bergamot Hand Treatment


​​Formulated from excellent, non-toxic ingredients. Includes rosehip, avocado and macadamia oils.
Ena Products only use eco-friendly, ethically sourced, plant-based ingredients in their formulations. All products are made in Australia and are not tested on animals.
Ena Products’ bottles are all made from rPET (100% recycled plastic), and all tubes are made from 33% PCR (post-consumer recycled materials). Packaging and vessels are recyclable, and no plastic wrapping is used in any of their boxes or postal packaging.
Ena Products give back $1 from every online sale to one of three NGOs through the I=Change platform, including; UN Women, Greening Australia and Adara. Ena Products have also been supporting Learning 4 Life Autism Centre with donations for many years.

What our experts say...

The aroma is like my favourite cup of Earl Grey, but with the zing of mandarin. The packaging is pretty too. I like that Ena Products are committed to multiple charities, and source eco-friendly and ethical ingredients.

–Sarah Berry

The smell was divine and the hand treatment was thick and nourishing. Using this product felt like a real treat, like a masque for tired, dry hands. It gave a real sense of occasion and was wonderful to use any evening under cotton gloves. It’s quite clear that Ena Products have a heart centred business. The charities they support align so well with my own values and I was pleased to see that they donate funds to the Learning for Life Autism Centre.

–Sam Christian

Luxuriously rich and creamy to apply, my hands feel like they are in heaven. Filled with powerhouse ingredients to soften, moisturise, protect and heal, I love how nourishing yet well absorbed this treatment is. Highly recommended.

– Emily Fletcher

A beautiful, hydrating cream that keeps my hands feeling moisturised for hours after application. I absolutely adore the combo of mandarin and bergamot. I appreciate the brands efforts to utilise recycled packaging as well as their choice of NGOs to give back to.

–Emma Freeman

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