Review: Organia Water Drop Essence Hand Cream



An oil-free hand cream smooths and moisturizes hand without sticky and greasily residue. Contain olive, honey, and oatmeal extracts provide powerful nourishing and hydrating properties to care and protect our delicate hand from moisture loss. This essence-gel moisturizing cream can be absorbed almost instantly and deeply into the skin with visible water drop effect.


I got this hand cream from the lovely Vanilla, and I must say I absolutely loved this hand cream!

It comes in an 80g tube, with a nice cap opening at the bottom. The opening is small, but it may be just too big for this type of hand cream. The cream is very runny!


The cream is translucent white and it looks quite funny when just out of the container. But after you spread it, you can see small drops on your hands (it's like water + oil) and then you are left with this amazing refreshed feeling. 
I have dry hands and I need a good hand cream (I do not like heavy hand creams that leave a film), to moisturize them. This was perfect! It left my hands moisturized and it was lightweight. It also left this cool feeling on my hands, but that was short termed.


You may not see well on the picture (I actually ran out of the cream when I took it), but that transparent thing is the hand cream. And it leaves absolutely no film after it. Plus it smells nice! So FRESH!


How big the tube is. Here it looks I have only 4 fingers, but one is hidden! :) Anyway it was of a good size, so I took it always with me.
But here comes the sad/bad part. I used it up in less than one month with everyday use. And I suspect it did nothing for my cuticles, because when I had it, my cuticles were in really bad shape even if I used other creams for them.

Pros:
+ Smells nice.
+ I like the design of the tube.
+ Leaves my hands moisturized.
+ It is lightweight.
+ It has natural, organic ingredients.

Cons:
- It lasted me less than a month.
- It's hard to get (I think they sell it on sasa.com).
- The opening is too big, and the cream is runny.
- I suspect it made my cuticles dry.


Rating: 4/5 ♥♥♥♥ (only because I ran so quickly out of it)
Price: 5/5 ♥♥♥♥♥ If I am not mistaken it is about 11$ on the net.

Overall:
I am in love with this hand cream. I truly am. I love lightweight hand creams, but most of those do absolutely nothing for my hands and after 30 minutes, I have to reapply it! But not with this cream. I could go on and reapply it only every 2-3 hours. I don't mind that it probably did a mess with my cuticles because I was about to get some great cuticle hand cream. Hopefully I will be able to get my hands on another of these, actually, I want to stock them because I simply love it so much!! Now this is my top hand cream.

3 comments

  1. I LOVE this one too!but i dont apply hand cream every other hours.hehe.realy it dries ur cuticle?i wonder how a hand cream can dry our cuticle while it hydrates our skin?hehhe
    i never notice tho
    hehehe
    i dont htink they still have it at sasa near my place tho
    :(

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  2. Oh, this hand cream sounds great. going to check it out soon :D

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  3. Vanilla: Since it was winter here, my hands were really dry! And the water (I must wash my hands after everything practically!) dried them more.
    And I'm only suspecting the hand cream did nothing to my cuticles, because before it, they were fine. Not so dry, that is it. And after I switched to another cream they got back to normal.. So there probably is a thing about it...

    D:

    Dina: You should, because it's great. I want more of it! :D

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