I find Palmer's products to be a little hit & miss. I haven't been impressed with their skincare but generally enjoy their affordable body care and in particular, the Moisturising Body Oil is a product which I've repurchased time and time again. As such, I vowed to keep an open mind when trying the Eventone Age Spot Hand Cream.
The packaging is in keeping with the brand but is rather uninspiring. The functional, slimline tube with flip top dispenser is presented in a box- although I feel that this outer packaging is somewhat unnecessary and doesn't add any value.
The relatively thick cream has a silky texture but wasn't the most easily absorbed into skin. It didn't leave a greasy residue but I felt instead that a protective layer remained on skin, helping to lock in moisture and prevent skin drying out.
During usage, I loved the fresh, floral fragrance which I found to be a pleasant change from the brand which is most often associated with cocoa butter. Unfortunately, as it lingered on my hands, I found the fresh white lily scent to be reminiscent of hair removal cream!
My hands felt nourished for hours following use so I feel that the travel friendly 60ml tube would last a long time. I haven't used the cream for long enough to comment on the "Eventone" benefits- although that's not a concern of mine anyway as I don't suffer from age spots.
Palmer's Cocoa Butter Formula Eventone Age Spot Hand Cream costs £3.99 for 60ml.