Water, mineral oil, cetearyl alcohol, palmitic acid, robinia pseudoacacia flower extract, sodium hyaluronate, althaea rosea flower extract, bambusa vulgaris extract, chrysanthemum morifolium flower extract, honey extract, camellia japonica flower extract, butylene glucol, 1.2-hexadeniol, glyceryl stearate SE, carbomer, stearic acid, glyceryl stearate, etylhexylglycerin, sorbitan stearate, polysorbate 60, triethanolamine, disodium EDTA, phenoxyethanol, fragrance
My thoughts on FoodAHolic Acacia Moisture Hand Cream
This is a product I recieeved as a sample in my latest order from Jolse. I really cant seem to find it anywhere (or at least not on a page I feel is trustworthy) so I don’t know if it is a product that is discontinued or a product that is to be released. Still, I felt that I have tried it for some time and felt it was ok to do a review on it anyway.
I always use hand creams, these days more than usual due to all the hand washing. I do have a few favorite hand creams that I always end up returning to the same once since I never find anyone that is better. But I am open minded so there is probably one out there.
FoodAHolic Acacia Moisture Hand Cream is strongly scented but it really is a fresh scent and nothing too overwhelming. The scent doesn’t linger too long so the smell doesn’t bother me.
The packaging is simple and what to be expected. But the opening is really huge and the product itself is very liquid. This in combination is not a winning situation. And I don’t think I have managed to get just the right amount any time. But hey, look at it in a positive way. My arms get a little loving moisturizing as well.
This hand cream absorbs really fast and without leaving my hands feeling sticky or oily.
As soon as I applied it, my hands feels really moisturized. Sadly that feeling doesn’t last very long and I need to reapply it rather often to feel satisfied.
If you have really dry hands (llike me) this will probably not be enough for you. But I do think that it might be good match if your hands are just in need of a little moisture.
I give this product 3/7
Where to get it
I really don’t know yet, but I will update if I find it somewhere
Other hand creams
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