Etude House Eagle Owl Missing U Hand Cream Review
If you’re a friend of mine you probably know that Etude House Missing U hand Cream follows me around wherever I go. It’s in my makeup bag, my tote, my purse, in my desk drawer, on my end table, in my wash room, on top of my desk, even in my kitchen….!
I LOVE these hand creams. Not only are they cute but they keep my cuticles nice and soft which results in no hang nails. If you’re a friend of mine you also know my terrible habit of picking my cuticles and peeling hang nails and gushing blood all over the place like a bad horror movie. What is about hang nails that makes you just want to pick them? Ugh! Not good!
These little hand creams are my solution to avoid picking.
Take a peek!
Etude House launches a range of Missing U Hand Cream seasonally. I reviewed a few for you a while back ago which are long since used up. They are currently available in new designs all the time and Etude House actually donates proceeds to the sales to some sort of Animal Protection Association.
There isn’t a ton of product inside these little pots but I find its just the right size for keeping around for quickie application of your hand cream. Plus, hey, they are all kinds of cute.
Eagle Owl is one of my favorites. He’s supposed to be scented in a “berry cherry” scent but for me it’s more of a nail salon style hand cream scent which is very fresh and slightly floral. The formula of the hand cream is made with shea butter with a thicker consistency of a cuticle cream. It’s very, very moisturizing but absorbs easily and leaves even the driest hands soft and smooth.
If you have to chronically apply hair cream because your hands are dry or you just want to keep those hang nails soft and smooth to keep you from picking them this is an excellent little cream to take care of the situation.
They are actually only a few dollars each so I’m always asking a friend of mine that lives in Korea to get me like ten of them when I need to restock and ship them over. Even on Evil-bay sellers sell them for as little as $4.99-$5.99 each which isn’t too bad at all. After I use the hand cream I wash them out and use them to store my vitamins or other small do-dads.
This product was purchased
by the Muse for review purposes.
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