Johnny Clyde reviews: Etude House Don’t Worry Hand Cream

7:27 PM Moi Sanom 2 Comments

As you guys can tell I really love Asian skin care, and I proceed to shout it from every mountain top I manage to climb.
Of course I made my Mom and Husband start using Asian products too.
Since my Husband is a vampire and he needs the perfect skin to match, I am on a search of making his relatively complicated skin look like a freshly embalmed corpse.

So if they used some of my products as well, there will be comments or mini reviews by both of them added.
But every once in a while they will guest review on my blog.

And here I present you mister Johnny Clyde reviews: Don't Worry Hand Cream

Etude House Don’t Worry Hand Cream in Good Luck (45ml)



"Formula with natural mixture of herbs, Shea Butter and Olives to moisturize, heal and soothe hands. Formulated with Shea Butter and Herb Water rich in certified organic nutrients. They contain: Centella, Aloe, Lavender, Lemon Verbena, Marshmallow Root, Chamomile
How to use: Apply lavishly to hands to moisturize, heal and lightly fragrance skin.
"


Plastic Tube packaging

My wife got me this little guy for when I feel stressed. We've become best friends over the past few weeks but I'm afraid our time might be coming to an end. I'm not sure what happens to these lil' guys when they are depleted of their nectar, but whatever it is I hope it's as happy a place as they've made my hands.

Text on the back says:
"Hi! It's me.
When you're lost in the chaos of tests and competition...do you panic from the unexpected stress and pressure? Don't worry and just hold my head in your warm hands. Now my cheer up message makes you feel comfortable! Don't worry, we're always here for you. You're the best!


Edgar (That's what I named him) is my best friend. As I said. He's got this sweet positive message every time I see him. He's also equipped with a somehow comforting expressionless face. Edgar is also throwing up some obscure gang sign, which I am led to believe is a from a gang of best friends. His shoes are also removable, which made for hours of entertainment.

tiny shoes!

The texture of the Edgar nectar is soft, and creamy. It isn't clumpy and gross like old milk. Which is a big plus. The nectar dissolves into my skin really easily and doesn't leave my hands feeling wet.


The smell of the Edgar nectar is a little strong. It smells like flowers. Actually no, it smells like a freaking flower museum. It's a pretty intense smell. But once it's rubbed into your skin it doesn't smell as strong. Which is good.

I would say that I recommend this hand cream lotion to everyone but I'm not so sure that I am comfortable sharing my best friend. What we have is special, I doubt you could build a similar relationship but you're free to try I guess.


Overall I give the Edgar's Nectar a 5 out of 6. Only a 5 because the smell is a bit too flowery for me, but the whole best friends for life bit makes up for that.
 
 Johnnys Rating: 
1.Blegh  2. Pff  3. Meh  4.Oohh  5.Awwyeah 6. Wooha




Moi’s thoughts:
Edgar is quite moisturizing but not enough for super parched hands or people who don't like reapplying hand lotion. The scent is very strong to me, but I don't mind since it is pleasant, but definitely a weird scent. I am very sensitive with scents and often get headaches from them, and even though this one lingers for maybe 30 minutes, it doesn't bother me too much.
I give him between a 4 and a 5. 4 for the super strong smell and 5 because he became my husbands best friend

Mois rating:
1.Blegh  2. Pff  3. Meh  4.Oohh  5.Awwyeah 6. Wooha 





PH: 5

Ingredients
: Couldn't find them but feel free to let me know if you do

Purchased at Roseroseshop
and Ebay