Faith in Face Cherry Scoop Hand Butter Review

Thursday, 6 November 2014

My first Bntnews review for this period is the Faith in Face Cherry Scoop Hand Butter. I had a fantastic experience with the Faith in Face Cleansing water in the last box, so I was happy to see the brand again!

"Melt smooth, rice shea butter over your hands to give you an intensive nourishment and a touch of cherry and nuts."

Contains 20% shea butter made from extracted fat from the African shea tree and is known for its rich hydrating properties.

It comes in two scents, cherry scoop and fresh garden.


The packaging is stunning. The box is a bright and cheery hot pink which is so feminine, yet the fonts make it funky! Faith in Face definitely knows how to make their packaging pack a punch. I think this retro style of packaging really appeals to young women and stands out in the sea of Korean brands.





As you can see in comparison to my hand, the tube is quite large and the product will last a while. The tube is made of a sturdy, malleable metal material that dents easily. This is perfect for squeezing out every last ounce of product, but unfortunately does not photograph very well. Above shows the dents made after two uses. I like that the lid is multi faceted, making it easier to twist on and off, especially when your fingers are slick with cream. These small, quality details set it apart from other products.


The cream itself is so thick and luxurious that I need to put quite a bit of force into squeezing it out! You can see that it's so thick that it holds the shape of the tube opening. Below is how it looks half rubbed into my hand. The downside to such a thick cream is that you need a decent amount to rub into both hands.


It smells like sweet glazed cherries which reminds me of cake which can never be a bad thing! For such a thick cream, I am surprised at how quickly it absorbs into my skin. 1-2 minutes after applying a generous amount, here I am typing on my computer leaving no greasy fingerprints on my keyboard. 

Phenomenal! If you are into hand creams, I recommend this one 100%.

Hand creams are not a part of my daily or even weekly routine. However, going into a health profession, I can see the damage that constant washing and sanitising of your hands does to your skin. My Mum is a Doctor and the skin on her hands is thick, cracked and bleeding. She constantly has bandages on to stem the blood. I pledge to take care of my hands next year when I start treating patients, and this product is staying in my medical bag!

What is your view on hand creams? Love them or are they unnecessary? 

*I was gifted this product for review, all my opinions are 100% honest.

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