Innisfree Jeju Lotus Hand Cream Review

by Sone
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What is it and who is it for? Innisfree Jeju Lotus Hand Cream is a floral powdery smelling hand cream.

Innisfree Jeju Lotus Hand Cream


Rs 300 for 30 ml

Sensitive Skin Alert?


What else you need to know

Free from Free from parabens, mineral oil, and alcohol

How to Use:

After washing your hands, squeeze some cream into your hand and massage it into your hands.

My Experience with Innisfree Jeju Lotus Hand Cream

This hand cream comes in a pretty little tube. Each fragrance flavor has a different packaging; you must check these out at your nearest Innisfree store.

This cream is lightweight but waxy on the base. It gets absorbed easily but leaves behind a sticky kind of feeling. If you know what I mean! It feels like you have applied some gel cream. I personally am not a fan of this tacky feeling. Give it 5 minutes and you will feel much better. It forms a layer sort of on your skin and that’s great if you are constantly in an ac environment. Once the sticky feeling subsides, you can feel nothing. It’s not one of those rich luxuriant hand creams. It is the kind that needs frequent reapplication.

So oily skinned ladies and those with already soft hands-this is a good choice. If your hands are too dry, this is not for you.

Now coming to the epic part! It smells ah..amazing!! The fragrance is a lovely powdery floral. I went out with two of my friends and we picked this one out from the lot…so that’s saying something.

  1. Great fragrance
  2. The fragrance lingers on for a long time
  3. Non-greasy
  4. Affordable
  1. Leaves behind a sticky feeling for a long time
  2. Not very moisturizing
Overall Would I repurchase and recommend?

If you need just a normal hand cream with great fragrance, go for this one. If you have very dry hands, skip!

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