Although this hand cream comes out marshmallow-y thick, rich & creamy (it contains shea butter, macadamia oil and marshmallow)...it's very light when it comes to hydration and moisture. If your skin doesn't require much moisture, then this will work for you. If you have dryyy...camel....palm tree ...cactus ... or sahara dry skin, like mine .... it will suck up Hand Food and then laugh at it. This isn't for dry skin girls, unless you want to continuously apply it. You'll need something much richer and definitely more moisturizing.
I like the fact that it's fast absorbing, non-greasy nor oily, but it still doesn't pack a punch in my opinion. There's also the scent. It falls under their Original Pink Fragrance family of scent (in which I'm not a big fan of). So you definitely want to smell this before purchasing. I will say it smells better (scent calms down) after it has dried. Hand Food has a huge cult following! MANY people love and even praise it! I personally think it's over-rated and that you can find much better hand creams out there. To read my thoughts on other Soap & Glory products. Click HERE.
supersweet(run & buy it) sweet(really good,buy it) bittersweet(ok, issues)not sweet(not good,don't buy this stuff)
Soap & Glory's Hand Food is Bittersweet.