MOR Hand Cream in Lychee Flower

mor-lycheeflowerMOR Cosmetics Hand Cream in Lychee Flower

This is probably not a good time for this review since they’re apparently not carrying it anywhere other than random TJ Maxx’s and a few clearance sections of Ulta. I’m hoping that it’s just a momentary thing and it’ll be back. If not, I’m gonna be sad.

This brand has the most beautiful packaging, and the product is excellent too. They have it in several scents, but I had my heart set on this or the Honey Nectar one. Luckily my sweet Becca found this one at an Ulta by her for an awesome $9 instead of $20, but that’s probably the only good part of it being discontinued for whatever reason. You can still find them on amazon for the time being, so there’s that.

On the MOR website they say:

  • Contains Shea & Cocoa Butters for superior moisture
  • Glycerin helps improve & hydrate dry skin
  • Infused with Sesame Seed Oil & Allantoin for soft skin
  • Irish Moss to keep the skin hydrated
  • Carries Vitamins A & E to moisturise the skin
  • Free of Parabens, Mineral Oil & Synthetic Dyes
  • This hand cream product is not tested on animals

One big note for this is that a little goes a long way. The Lychee Flower scent is very strong, and that’s good for me but it might be too much for someone who’s sensitive to strong fragrances. Another thing I like about it is that it absorbs fast and doesn’t leave your hands greasy. Nothing fun about slimy hands when all you want is to hydrate those dry digits.

I feel so fancy when I pull this out of my purse because of the beautiful black and gold, and I wish they weren’t being discontinued because I wanted to give them as gifts to some of the fancy ladies in my life. Hopefully it’s just temporary and I’ll get a chance to try the Honey Nectar and some of the other scents too!

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