[REVIEW] ABIB HAND CREAM TYPE V

Price: 50ml, 21.50 USD = 27.94 CDN

When we are young, we tend to neglect our skin because our priorities are focused on something else like games, toys and friends. I started noticing the texture of my skin around my hands changing when I hit the age of 20. I use to have naturally soft, baby skin like hands but now I noticed my hands are very dehydrated so I invest in a lot of hand creams and I have A LOT of backups of my favourite hand creams such as l’occaitane ones * specifically the cherry blossom & zesty lime one* !

This is one of many fabulous items I have recieved from stylekorean’s lucky clover box and I must say. My initial reaction was it’s unique aesthetic to it. It looks exactly like a oil paint tube/skincare ointment tube. It has a thin aluminum seal to it so you have to use the top of lid’s needle to prick it open. My initial thought was the cream is quite thick in texture but as you massage it in, it leaves minimum tacky residue and there’s no shiny film residue which is nice! Hand creams tend to make my hands “shiny” and clammy feeling so it’s nice to know this doesn’t do that. The fragrance to this is a citrus x musky scent. It reminds me of some kind of jo malone fragrance. I’m not very familiar with the fragrance names but this definitely smells like something in the jo malone fragrance collection. I would recommend to everyone who enjoy citrus and musky scents and those who like hand creams that leave no residue behind! Price is kinda expensive so I would wait for a sale if I were you because I personally wouldn’t spend almost 30 dollars for a hand cream. That’s way out my budget but it is a nice product to have if you want to spend a little extra for a hand cream.

 

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