So, Innisfree has finally entered the Indian market and we get to try the Korean skin-care product. I have always been a fan of their hand creams because I feel they are the best choice! Massage it and there is no chip-chip at all. I am a berry girl so, this time I picked up the hand cream in the “wild-berry” variant. See how I liked it 🙂
Price: Rs 300 for 30 ml
• Deep nourishment with olive oil emulsion and shea butter extracts.
• Ultra-hydrating texture that fully moisturizes the hands.
• Lightweight texture that absorbs quickly without leaving behind a sticky or oily residue.
My Experience with Innisfree Wild Berry Hand Cream:
Packaging: The hand creams from Innisfree look super cute and are of a palm size. It comes in an off-white colour with some cute berries over it. It has a flip-flop open cap, which is easy to handle. But, it breaks very easily since it is a little tight, but that does not bother me. The hand cream is very handy and can be easily carried around in a clutch or a handbag. It has a lot of variants to choose from and I picked up the “wild berries” variant. I loved the range because it ranges from floral to fruity, so that’s a nice thing. The hand creams are not expensive and they are last-longing.
Consistency and Smell: The hand cream is white in colour and only a pea-sized amount is required at once. The consistency is pretty thick and nice. The smell of the cream just transfers me to a different zone. It smells of frozen juicy berries that are sweet and I like it. The scent is sweet but it is not over-powering at all. The scent lingers for like 15-20 minutes and then fades away. If you like fruity scents, then you will surely like this one.
I like thick hand creams because they moisturise my hands really well and this cream is really nice. It hydrates my hands really well and makes them look a lot fresher and youthful. The best part is, it does not leave my hands greasy as it gets absorbed within minutes of application. But re-application is needed every 2-3 hours which is a pain but this hand cream can be easily carried around so, that is okay. Overall, I like this hand cream and would love to use it during the winters. I am so glad Innisfree came to India and now, we can get that flawless Korean skin!
Pros of Innisfree Wild Berry Hand Cream:
- Super cute flavours available to choose from.
- The thick consistency hydrates my hands very well.
- A pea sized quantity is required at once.
- It smells like frozen juicy berries which are sweet and tempting.
- It gets absorbed in my hands in seconds.
- It does not leave any greasy film behind.
- Keeps dryness at bay.
Cons of Innisfree Wild Berry Hand Cream:
- I wish the quantity was less for the price.
- Re-application is needed every 2-3 hours.
- They test on animals.
IMBB Rating: 4.8/5
Will I Repurchase/Recommend Innisfree Wild Berry Hand Cream?
I loved this little cutie and would love to try the other flavours as well but when it comes to the price, I think I can get The Body Shop hand cream which smells a lot better than these. But yeah, these are a must try.
Innisfree Gardenia Hand Cream
Innisfree Jeju Rose Hand Cream
Innisfree Jeju Cedar Wood Hand Cream
Innisfree Jeju Narcissus Hand Cream
Innisfree Tangerine Hand Cream
Bebe Young Care Wild Berry Smoothie Body Lotion
Innisfree Jeju Daphne Blossom Hand Cream
Innisfree Jeju Peach Hand Cream
Blossom Kochhar Aroma Magic Nourishing Hand Cream
The Body Shop British Rose Petal-Soft Hand Cream