I’ve shared eos lip balms and eos shave cream on this blog several times in the past, but I’ve actually never talked about what is probably my favourite product from the brand, so today I’m fixing that by bring you my thoughts on the eos Hand Lotion in Berry Blossom*, Cucumber* and Fresh Flowers*. I guess that intro sentence was a bit of a spoiler though!
eos Hand Lotion comes in an adorable, ergonomic packaging which is I really love. I mean, eos just always does the best packaging, but these are perfect for putting into your purse and they are really nice to hold. The eos Hand Lotion is available in three different scents, and just like the rest of the brand’s products, the packaging colour-coordinates, which I find really satisfying.
eos Berry Blossom (pink) is a fruity, berry scent with a very light floral element to it, it’s also my personal favourite of the three. eos Cucumber (green) a very cooling and refreshing cucumber scent that almost makes me think of cucumber melon, and I also really adore it. Finally, eos Fresh Flowers (blue) is a more traditional floral scent, but still light and fresh, so it’s not at all overpowering or musty. All three eos Hand Lotions leave my hands lightly scented, but it’s not too strong for work.
Of course, packaging and scent aside, the most important question about eos Hand Lotion is does it work? Yes. First of all, it’s quite moisturizing and soothing on the skin thanks to ingredients like shea butter, oat, and aloe. But it also absorbs in perfectly and is 100% non-greasy.
As much as I love everything else, from the adorable packaging to the fun scents, it’s the absolute non-greasy nature and great moisture that makes the eos Hand Lotion a definitely favourite of mine. I work on my computer all day, and the last thing I want is to go back to typing with greasy or dry hands. I just hope that eos releases a larger format one day because this size is perfect for my purse but I honestly want a giant container to keep on my desk at work forever.
Have you tried the eos Hand Lotion?