First impression: the smell is amazing, it’s not ov erpowering but still distinctly peach. The texture is soft and creamy, thick but doesn’t feel oily or like you’ve just covered your skin in lard. It’s pleasant to use and a small amount of product goes a long way. The effect on the back of the hands is immediate, the skin feels softer and smoother.
Packaging: There is no brand out there that has more creative and adorable packaging than Tony Moly and this hand cream of theirs is no exception. The package is essentially a lightweight plastic peach that you unscrew to find the hand cream. It’s easy to open and close, even if your hands are slippery after application.
Usage: I don’t really use hand creams on a regular basis, so this product will probably be sitting on my night stand for occasional use. Due to the size of the packaging I would not recommend carrying this around with you if you are the kind of person who likes to keep and cream in your bag.
Value for money: fair. Ten dollars is not unusual for hand cream in Australia, but given that it contains a relatively small amount of product you might want to think twice about purchasing this if you use a lot of hand cream.
Would I purchase this again? I wouldn’t go out of my way to purchase this specific hand cream again, but I might pick it up when I run out of it.