Etude House I Can Fly Eagle Owl Hand Cream – Review


When I came across this hand cream I could not resist the cute packaging and I just had to have it. I mean, seriously, is this not the cutest hand cream container you’ve ever seen?!?

I’m a sucker for cute packaging! 🙂

The Etude House I Can Fly collection is their third one that helps save endangered species. There are 4 birds in this collection and this one is the Eagle Owl.

Story of Eagle Owl:
Hi! I’m Eagle Owl, the bright night bird! I like to hunt during night time, with my big eyes lit as headlights. I am in danger of extinction, because hunting has become so difficult in bright city lights. Please help me to fly freely again!

I only noticed at the very end that there was a little owl cutout on the top of the box so this is the only picture that has it popped up.

The box is made with 100% recycled paper and it’s printed with soy ink.

I wanted to try the game, but the QR code does not seem to be good anymore.

This little birdy is way smaller than I expected. Here it is next to a nail polish bottle just to give you an idea.

To get to the hand cream you just need to decapitate the birdy unscrew the head.

The smell is called “very berry cherry”, and yup it smells like that, it’s quite pleasant. The smell does linger, but I don’t find it overwhelming.

The hand cream works great, a little goes a long way and it leaves my hands nice and smooth. It passes the dryness test – which is how my hands feel an hour later. With some creams my hands feel dry within an hour of applying, but not with this one, it keeps them feeling great.

The only con that I have about this product is the size, it’s quite small, but still worth it in my books. And once you’re done with the hand cream you’re left with this uber cute container for storing anything from earrings, rings, buttons… whatever!

The other 3 birds in this collection will eventually end up in my house. I just can’t resist these adorable little birdies! 🙂

I bought this one for $7.38 + sh. (CAD) on

– Chantal 🙂

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