God I am a weirdo.
Back on point. Hissyfit Handy Work is still quite a thick cream, but it is no where near as thick as Saving Face. Even though it is thick, it soaks in really well. It does leave a slight residue, but that is expected considering it is primarily a sunscreen, although it contains aloe vera and vitamin E to provide some lovely moisture. It smells like orange mint, which is an interesting smell, it reminds me of orange cream biscuits/toilet soap... I am not really sure how to describe it. It is not a disgusting smell, but it is not insanely pleasant. But, I am not a fan of anything citrus so other people might really love it. Luckily it dissipates pretty quickly. I completely trust the level of sunscreen in Hissyfit, and it has been proven to me as my hands haven't been burnt at all, even though I was chilling on the beach for a lot of today without reapplication. In all, I am really enjoying this hand cream, and it has become a little bit of a handbag staple for me.
At night before bed I slather my hands completely in my Sukin Hand and Nail Cream, which soaks in well and doesn't aggravate my weirdo obsession, but that doesn't really matter because I am asleep anyway. When I wake up in the morning my hands are lovely and soft, and this hand cream contains aloe vera and vitamin E (like Hissyfit), but it also contains hydrolysed soy protein to help strengthen your nails. It smells of the Sukin signature scent, which is a little like lavender and vanilla. I love that smell. Plus, sukin products are Australian Certified Organic, which is the massive drawing card for me. I bloody love this stuff (and the entire range, really).