Is it considered a good thing or a bad thing when you cannot stop applying a product? I love love love love love love this! Everything about this product is perfect. Last night I was at Family Dollar with two friends, buying snacks for a sleepover. One friend saw a pure cocoa butter stick, and told me I would have to try hers, and cocoa butter is absolutely amazing, and she just went on and on raving about it. Family Dollar had plenty of cocoa butter items, and it wasn't the cocoa butter stick that I got, but this cocoa butter cream. First off, it was a dollar, of course. It has 4oz of product, and I'm sure you can get this at Walmart and drug stores too. I always thought the consistency of Bath and Body Works creams were to die for, so I would load myself full of that to use throughout the day. Bath and Body Works sells their creams for a little over $10, not bad, and theirs are 8oz. If I want 8oz of cream, I could spend over $10 on Bath and Body Works, or spend $2 and buy two Nadinola Cocoa Butter Cream. Besides, I am fairly certain this cream works way better than any other that I have ever tried. The price makes me want to keep using and using. It's always good to use a cream on your hands, mine definately always need it, humans use their hands to do everything. This is such a treat to put on too. It smells like rich chocolate pie or just cocoa butter in general (obviously). With cocoa butter as only the second ingredient you know that you will get moisture that packs a punch. I also enjoy the packaging, when lotion is in tubes, it is often hard to tell how much you have left, if you will run out, and when you need to restock. With this you just unscrew the lid and dip out rich cream. You can clearly see how much you have or don't have, and you don't need much. A little goes a long way, and it sinks in fast and doesn't leave a greasy feeling. I didn't really think that the packaging looked cheap. Just the fact that it has a manufactuer name is good to begin with. If anything, the "Nadinola" in fancy letterings and "Cocoa Butter Cream-soothes and softens rough, dry skin" almost looks like it could be worth more than a buck. The packaging looks almost medical, if you know what I mean. It also kind of reminds me of the container and everything eye makeup remover would come in. For those complaining that the packaging makes it look cheap, that's because it is cheap. But it will be our little Makeup Alley secret. It is definately something I will need to repurchase, my hands feel quenched afterwards, and I can't wait to apply this to the rest of myself so I can be moisturized all over. I would definately say anyone and everyone should try it, for the price and product.