A hand cream review.
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I’m doing another product review from the brand Always 21. This time about their hand creams, if you missed my review about their Sun Perfect Aleo Daily Sun Milk, you can go right ahead and read that first.
Always 21 is a global brand and retailer of beauty and cosmetic products inspired by earth’s nature. It is a Korea made products with wide range of beauty and cosmetic products ethically produced. The products were formulated with purity in mind and uniquely blend of nature’s beauty products. Our ingredients were laden with mother nature’s prized botanical essentials and scientific breakthrough features that care for your skin with everything it needs to be healthy.
You can look at their Facebook page to check out their latest store deals as well as find out more about their outlets in Malaysia.
There are 5 different scents to their hand creams:
Their main functions and properties are the following:
And, finally this is some tests done about them:
They retail for RM16 (USD 3.60) each for 30mls.
I will not be providing all 5 of the ingredients’ lists as they are similar with different extracts. This one is the Jasmine one, I used it as it is the easier to read out of the rest.
The scents of the hand creams are pretty nice, some better than others. My 2 favourites are Jasmine, and Cotton Flower. They smell absolutely divine, sweet and floral, I’m in love with how they smell like. Aloe Leaf, however, is my least favourite. You can smell the aloe vera but for me, personally, I do not enjoy the smell of it.
The textures of the creams are really light and smooth. So it glides on the skin very smoothly and blends in very well. The scents also last quite long which is great! As how they are advertised, they are not sticky at all. You can feel as if there were a layer of moisture on your hands, but as mentioned, they are not sticky whatsoever. On the moisturising rate, it wouldn’t say it’s very moisturising, but it does still give you enough moisture to be satisfied.
VERDICT: BUY! (6.5/10)
Overall, the hand creams do smell good and the smell do lasts a quite a long time on your hands. They’re very easy to blend and is lightweight. In terms of moisture, it isn’t very strong, but it is still satisfactory. Most importantly, it doesn’t feel tacky (which I dislike most in hand creams) whatsoever and it leaves a layer of moisture kind of feeling after using. Based on my experience, I would repurchase this product and I’d recommend the Jasmine Flower and Cotton Flower scented one!
Do you have any hand creams? Do you use hand creams? What is/are your favourite hand cream(s)? Let me know!
See you in the next one~