Monday, September 27, 2010

Review: Tony Moly Peach Hand Cream

Today I decided to do a review on the Tony Moly Peach Hand Cream that my friends brought back from Korea for me.

The container that it comes in is really cute because it really looks like a peach.

You just twist the container and it will open up. Inside the hand cream is a pale pink/peach color. It smells like a real peach--not a fake peach scent. The scent does lessen as time goes on. It really doesn't linger long so if you are sensitive to scents, this shouldn't be too much of a problem.

It feels really nice and is a light lotion. It isn't greasy to me. I actually like my hand creams and lotions to be a little more emollient as my hands are on the dry side. I am often putting lotions on at work so this jar is perfect for me to use there. It's a cute addition to my desktop.

I took this picture to show how big the container is. There is 30g worth of product, which isn't very much. I don't know how much it costs since it was a gift.



coffretgorge said...

hihihi the peach looks so kawaii! im sure it makes you smile seeing it on your desk everyday :) I wish tony moly will come here in the philippines soon! like etude house and the face shop, the more korean brands available, the better for cosme addicts like me! lol :)

galpal.hi said...

coffretgorge--As far as I know, we don't have any of those brands here in Hawaii. You would think that we would since there is a huge Korean community here. There are a few Korean markets with a beauty products section but only high end products are sold. Since my friends travel to Korea often, I keep on telling them to bring in lower end products and sell it. I'd even be willing to sell it if they bring it in for me. I'm sure that it will sell well.


pen said...

I bought exactly the same thing at the airport... wondering also if I can buy this in the US... on my return trip, I tried to find, but the store was too far from my connecting gate to make it on time... the cream smells like a fresh peach... and really is great for the hands... there's a slew of Korean skincare products that rock... I don't think the cream is lower end... although it wasn't expensive (I think...haha)