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Unlike other hand creams, where the first thing you notice is the texture, this luxurious lotion grabs your attention with its scent. The lovely rose fragrance is both alluring and feminine — you’ll want to drink it in. Happily, the formula is equally addictive: a rich salve that soaks right up and leaves hands petal smooth.
I didn't mind it. It wasn't anything bad, just not my favorite.3
I have heard a lot about Jurlique but had never considered using the brand regularly until this month's samples. They make effective and refreshing products, especially this hand cream. I love its scent!4
Great product. Leaves my hands feeling silky smooth with no oily feeling4
Works wonders and smells elegant. I never liked the the smell of roses but it's just such a lovely elegant soft smell that makes me feel happy and my hands feel amazing.5
I hate, hate, hate the smell of rose so this was a major fail for me.1
I'm not sure why this hand cream is so expensive, it must have angels tears in it. I think it smells nice but I would never spend that much on hand cream. Id rather stick with $3 nivea.3
This lotion might be for some people, but I just found it gross. It was greasy and didn't absorb well. The scent was sickening and way too strong. The price is simply ridiculous for a hand lotion. I can get the same quality product with a better fragrance at Bath and Body Works. I appreciate high end products, but $50 dollars for lotion is silly. Additionally, it is hard to judge a product off such a small sample size.2
This lotion smells fantastic and is very rich. I did find it rather greasy and slow to absorb. It would probably be a good lotion to put on at night and then put cotton gloves on. I liked it, but didn't love it. It's also crazy overpriced.3
This lotion worked well and smelled nice. There's absolutely nothing wrong with it, but there wasn't anything so remarkable about it that I'd buy it again over another moisturizer.4
Love the smell and texture of this product. Wish it wasn't so comparitively pricey. In all fairness, a little goes a long way. It really helps moisturize my Sahara desert hands.4