Remember how leather is pretty much like your skin? A leather conditioner is basically skincare for your leather bags! It is specifically made, (surprise!) conditioner for leathers that prevent damage and scratches. The right leather conditioner will keep your beloved bags long lasting, shiny, smooth and durable.
1. LEATHER HONEY
Leather honey is said to be “a non-toxic, all-natural leather conditioner designed to infuse leather with necessary moisture”. It rejuvenates old leather, helping it look and feel like new, giving it shine, suppleness and moisture up to six months. It is safe for use on all kinds of leather but suede. So feel free to slather also on furniture, leather jackets, leather boots and shoes!
2. BICKMORE DISTRESSED LEATHER CONDITIONER
Tears, stains, and wear distress not only leather but us owners. Bickmore Distressed leather conditioner also de-stresses by removing dirt, soil, and even deep scuffs on your beloved leather bags! It is also a good idea to not wait for the telltale signs of distress, slather Bickmore conditioner on your bags to keep them protected.
Improves leather durability
Like human skin, leather cracks and loses moisture the older it gets. With every use, the color fades just a bit. Just like any anti-aging skincare product, you use them when you are still younger for the maximum benefit! A good leather conditioner delays this kind of aging and also helps protect it.
Provides protection to leather purses
It adds a layer of protection to your leather purses to protect it from dirt, stains, and water spills. You know like those times when you forgot your umbrella and it suddenly rained. Genuine leather should be water-resistant but not entirely waterproof.
Lock-in natural shine and smoothness of the leather
When we age, our skin dries up, loses moisture more easily, and loses suppleness so much that we’d need to apply moisturizers more often. Leather conditioners work as a moisturizer pretty much the same way as the moisturizers we use on our face. It locks in moisture and renews your leather bags’ natural oils.
Anything in excess is bad. Normal leather bags probably need to be conditioned twice a year while leather purses that are exposed to direct sunlight or used more often need conditioning about three to four times a year but that’s it. You’d probably want to make the most of your leather conditioners too anyway as most usually last 6 months.