Innisfree Lotus Flower Hand Cream Review

Hi everyone,

Today, I will be reviewing another hand cream from Innisfree. I picked two hand creams from this brand. I had reviewed Hydragnea earlier and today, I will be reviewing the variant “Lotus Flower” hand cream. Now, let’s get into the review to know whether this hand crème helped me.

Innisfree Lotus Flower Hand Cream Review

Product Description:
A moisturizing hand cream with an elegant and mysterious scent of lotus flower that fills a garden pond to the brim.

INR 300 for 30 ml.

Innisfree Lotus Flower Hand Cream ingredients

My Experience with Innisfree Lotus Flower Hand Cream:

This hand cream comes in a white tube with a lilac color lotus flower pattern on it which looks cute and different. It has a brown screw cap with a flip top. The size is cute small and travel friendly. You can control the amount of product since it is tube packaging and it’s quite hygienic. At the back, it has the price, direction of use and a long list of ingredients along with expiry date at the bottom seal.

Innisfree Lotus Flower Hand Cream details

The cream comes out as a white-colored balm like cream. Only a small amount of product is required to cover both the hands, if your hand is overly dry, you can use more. Upon applying the cream, it has a light cooling effect and spreads easily on hand. It gives a light moisturizing effect to my hand but not as moisturizing as the other variant Hydrangea.

Innisfree Lotus Flower Hand Cream

People with very dry hands may require a little extra moisturizing. It has a soothing spa-like fragrance which disappears after a few minutes, but still you can smell the lingering fragrance on your hand. It spreads well on my hand and absorbs quickly without making it heavy or greasy. It does not transfers to mobile or other things. It stays on for a decent time.

Innisfree Lotus Flower Hand Cream swatch

Overall, I recommend this hand cream for people who require light moisturizer and not for people with heavily dry hands.

Pros of Innisfree Lotus Flower Hand Cream:

  • Cute packaging.
  • Sturdy and hygienic packaging.
  • Soothing fragrance.
  • Gives light moisturizing effect.
  • Non greasy.
  • Absorbs fast.
  • Doesn’t transfer.
  • Stays on for a decent time.

Cons of Innisfree Lotus Flower Hand Cream:

  • Not hydrating enough.
  • People with overly dry hand can skip this.

IMBB Rating:

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