Sunday, November 1, 2015

#Elizavecca Hand Cream [Review]

I love this time of year when the seasons change, the leaves turn colors, the air becomes crisp and cool... but this time of year also brings on dry skin, and that includes dry flaky hands.

I am notorious for avoiding hand creams because I usually feel like they're either too greasy to allow me to do anything after I apply it, or they absorb too quickly and leave my hands itchy until I apply more and more and more... all day long. Of course there are one or two that I enjoy using, but like everything else, I like having options and I like knowing I have a back-up.

Elizavecca: YeonYe HeokMyung 2hSam Hand Cream
80ml; Made in Korea

Product Description:
This hand cream contains shea butter, sea cucumber extract, and red ginseng to hydrate, prevent moisture loss, and keep your hands looking youthful and feeling soft.

The hand cream comes in a tube, packaged in a thin cardboard box. There is a description on the back of the box and the tube, but I was unable to translate it well.

The tube itself is true to Elizavecca form - meaning it's totally adorable and I'm pleased to carry it around with me everywhere.

This hand cream has a very light fresh scent to it - if you're familiar with Avon products, this smells like Silicone Glove. It is white in color.

The texture of the cream is thick but it spreads easily with the warmth of your skin, and absorbs within a couple minutes. The moisturization lasts several hours.

My Thoughts:
I think this is a great cream for anyone with dry hands, flakey hands, or skin that feels tight. The light scent disappears quickly, and the thick hydrating formula absorbs into my hands quickly.

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