I always like to have a good hand cream handy. 😀 This time I picked up the ‘Sudachi’ variant from Innisfree. Sudachi is basically a Japanese sour citrus fruit which is used as a food flavoring in place of lemon. Let’s find out more about this hand cream.
1. Texture: ① Deep nourishment with olive oil emulsion and shea butter extracts.
② Ultra-hydrating texture that fully moisturizes the hands.
③ Lightweight texture that absorbs quickly without leaving behind a sticky or oily residue.
2. Fragrance: ① Natural fragrance that makes you feel like you’re on Jeju Island. ② Long-lasting fragrance that’s like wearing a perfume.
How To Use:
Wash your hands, take out an adequate amount and rub softly into your hands like you’re giving them a massage.
My Experience with Innisfree Sudachi Hand Cream:
I love Innisfree hand creams a lot. They are very lightweight yet very moisturising. This hand cream has an excellent packaging – lightweight, color-coded and sturdy. Also, of course, travel-friendly. One can easily squeeze out the required amount of cream. All the product related details are also printed on the tube but the font is too small to read.
Since “sudachi” is a citrus fruit, this cream has a lemon-like fragrance. It smells almost like Eno to me. It is refreshing but I don’t like the idea of having the scent of Eno on my hands. The great part is that this fragrance vanishes in minutes, that is by the time the cream gets absorbed. After a few minutes, you can just smell the cream only if you deliberately smell your hands. Otherwise, the fragrance doesn’t bother at all.
The consistency of the cream is excellent. It is very lightweight yet it moisturises the skin very well. It also heals and repairs the skin with regular usage. I have been using this cream for a while now and it definitely takes good care of my hands. The cream is non greasy and does not make my hands sweat. I feel this cream can be used throughout the year. It is quite humid right now in Delhi and still, my hands don’t feel sweaty or greasy when I go out.
Overall, this is one of the best hand creams I have ever tried. It does everything it claims except that fragrance doesn’t really last long. The skin on my hands is not super dry but I feel this cream will work for dry to very dry skin too. I love it and you all must try it.
Pros of Innisfree Sudachi Hand Cream:
- Functional, sturdy and travel-friendly packaging.
- Non-greasy texture.
- Doesn’t induce sweat.
- Heals and repairs.
- Keep hands soft for hours.
- Spreads easily.
- Gets absorbed quickly.
- Very lightweight.
Cons of Innisfree Sudachi Hand Cream:
- Smells like Eno.
Would I Repurchase Innisfree Sudachi Hand Cream?
Yes, this is one of the favorite variants from the range.
Would I Recommend Innisfree Sudachi Hand Cream?
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