Etude House ”I Can Fly” Cerulean Warbler and Eastern Grass Owl Hand Creams – Review

Hey everyone!

I have already showed you the Eagle Owl and the Kakapo hand creams from the I Can Fly collection of Etude House, and now I’m here with the other two birds form this collection: the Cerulean Warbler and the Eastern Grass Owl.


Cerulean Warbler

Story of Cerulean Warbler:
Hi! I’m Cerulean Warbler, the pretty singing bird in blue! You may already know me from many fairy tales, as I represent happiness. I like to sing, sitting on a branch, but nowadays I can’t find many places to sit and sing because of tall buildings with glass walls. Also, many of my friends didn’t notice those walls and crashed into them. Please help me to sing freely again!

This scent is called Sweet Cotton Candy and I find it smells like a fresh load of laundry… if that makes any sense! It smells really good though. 🙂

This hand cream is white in colour.

Check out the Cerulean Warbler on Google Images.

Eastern Grass Owl

Story of Eastern Grass Owl:
Hi! I’m Eastern Grass Owl, the best night hunter with a pretty heart-shaped face mask. I utilize my features like high tech equipment, so I can hunt very well even in dense forests at night. However, I am in danger of extinction, because hunting has become so difficult with lesser natural areas.
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Please help me to fly freely again!

The scent of this one is called Peach Peach Peach and I find it’s fruity perfumy, but I’m not sure I would have been able to say it was peach. The scent is very faint too.

This one has a light yellow colour to it.

Check out the Easter Grass Owl on Google Images.

Both these hand creams work really well, like the other two from the collection.

These are just too adorable and will make cute toys for my baby once they’re empty.

The I Can Fly hand creams are formulated without parabens, sulfate, ethanol and mineral oil.

These were part of my huge Amazon haul.

– Chantal 🙂

Computer geek by day and super mom by night, Chantal loves to try products of any kind and share her thoughts with the world.