Oriflame Cherry Blossom Hand Cream Review

by

Oriflame Cherry Blossom Hand Cream

Hey Friends

If you have been reading me here for a while now; you must be knowing my love for hand creams and how often I go buy a new one even though I’m in love with the current hand cream I’m using. I don’t know why but I guess I get bored of using the same product again and again. This time I came up with the review of Oriflame Cherry Blosson Hand Cream.

Also Read: Vivel Cell Renew Hand Cream Nourish + Repair Review

Price: Rs. 229 for 75gm.

Oriflame-Cherry-Blossom-Hand-Cream-Review

Oriflame-Cherry-Blossom-Hand-Cream-Review

 Also Read: Khadi Milk and Saffron Herbal Hand Cream Review

My Experience with Oriflame Cherry Blossom Hand Cream:

Thank god the cream comes in tube packaging because I was so irritated using my Khadi Saffron Hand cream with tub packaging. The tub Packaging is just Ewwww! For me, it is so unhygienic. So this hand cream is slightly pinkish in color and the consistency is quite runny, as I take this hand cream on my hand it starts to melt and start slipping of from my hand. The cream has a mild fragrance which stays on hand for about an hour.

I take a pea size of this cream on hand and gives a massage for couple of seconds. This cream does not get absorbed completely into the skin but still my hand doesn’t feel any greasiness (now I think that’s magic :P). I have to wait for some time for the cream to get absorbed as massaging does not help. My hands are dry, therefore this Orflame Cherry hand cream isn’t perfect for my hand to provide moisture. It does not makes my hand soft or anything, I have to keep reapplying it which I really hate. I bought this cream long time back and still it is lying on my dressing as I don’t feel like using it because it does nothing good for my hands.

READ  April 2016 Fab Bag Review – It’s a Spring Thing

Oriflame-Cherry-Blossom-Hand-Cream-Review

Oriflame-Cherry-Blossom-Hand-Cream-Review

Oriflame-Cherry-Blossom-Hand-Cream-Review

Good about Oriflame Cherry Blossom Hand Cream:

  1. Tube packaging.
  2. Only pea size needed each time.

Bad about Oriflame Cherry Blossom Hand Cream:

  1. Does not work for very dry hands like my hands.
  2. Does not provide enough moisturizer.
  3. Take time to get absorbed completely.
  4. Lot of reapplication is needed.
  5. Does not make hands soft.

My Rating: 2/5

Would I recommend?

No, Girls with dry skin like me should skip this. Girls with oily and sweaty hands can give this one a try.

  • I am also a huge lover of hand creams, seems this one is not good at all, I have never tried any oriflame products

    • This was my first product from oriflame and it turned out to be a dud 🙁

  • love the design on the tube, I was thinking about buying this but now I’ll stay away! Nice review

    • Yeah the packaging looks attractive, i think that was the reason I picked it up.

  • Swati Sharma

    oops…after seeing the packaging I wanted to buy it….but considering 2/5 I don’t think I should waste my money on this…

    http://www.crazyaboutcolors.com

  • Yikes. Thought it would be nice. I like using TBS body butters are hand cream, they are nourishing and they do the trick.

    • TBS is something really good babe. I love TBS too 🙂

  • I have dry hands so I think I will skip this but thanks! Also I think there is some issue with your site as I cant see the posts past 20th Sept and rather accidentally came across this post on the Corallista site.. So Just letting you know 🙂

    • Your welcome dear and thaku so much fr the concern. I know there are some problem going on, I am working on it 🙂

  • I thought it would be nice as i have had good experience with Oriflame hand creams..i guess skipping this one would be great.

  • Awww….This one is looking so bad….Thanks for the review Babe…Will give it a skip! 🙂

  • I was looking for a good hand cream, season is changing and my hands are getting rough every passing day. This one looks like a dud.. I will try out the TBS one maybe.

    • Never ever try this babe, it wont work for dry skin.

  • Packaging is cute, sad the cream doesn’t live upto the mark.

    • Packaging was the only thing that attracted me 😀