Our Story

As a busy mother of four children, I generally find myself working in the kitchen throughout the day.  More often than not my hands are submerged in hot soapy water doing dishes or wiping down dirty bench tops.  My hands used to get so dry and damaged.  I had damage especially around the nail area and often cracks would appear in my skin and they would get really deep and become really painful.  When your hands are sore, every day tasks become painful and I wasn’t going to put up with it any longer.  I found that I was not alone, many of my friends with children experienced similar issues with their hands.

I wanted to create a natural range of products specifically for your hands that contained no harsh chemicals as I was sure that was what was drying my hands out.  Real World New Zealand was born.  Our range of hand care items are hand crafted in small batches to maintain only the highest quality product. They contain a Natural Dishwashing Liquid, Natural Hand Washes and Natural Hand Creams. They have all been carefully formulated to be gentle on our hands.  To clean, nourish, soothe and protect.  After using our products for only a short time my hands have improved out of sight.

Every pair of hands tell a story.  Some more interesting than others but they all tell a story.  Hard working hands, weathered hands, soft supple hands.  Our hands do amazing things and they are arguably the most used things on our bodies and often the most neglected. We need to look after our precious hands. If you experience sore, dry or damaged hands then I urge you to try our product range today.

None of our products contain Sulphates, Silicons, Parabens, Toxins, Petrochemicals, Artificial Dyes or Colours. We do not test on Animals. We are committed to creating hand products that not only smell beautiful but that hold long lasting benefits for you inside and out. Take care of your hands today and see the benefits tomorrow.

Share your hands stories with us. We would love to hear them.  Lets chat.

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Founder / Director
Real World 
New Zealand

 

 

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