Panrosa Freesia Floral Scented Hand Soap smells flowery but is very liquidy. I like the purply color of this liquid soap. The smell is very flowery, so my dear husband is not too fond of it, but my dear daughter likes it. My main concern is that this soap is so liquidy. I prefer a thicker soap. This soap reminds me of the soap refills for the foaming soap dispensers. The bottle is attractive, though, so it is a nice liquid soap dispenser to put in a guest bathroom. The bottle touts: "Panrosa Freesia Hand Soap washes away impurities and leaves hands soft every time you wash. Refresh your skin with naturally scented fragrance of freesia flowers." Washing away "impurities" ... if they mean dirt, yes, I think that most soaps will do that (at least I think that is why we use soap). And as for leaving hands "soft every time you wash"? I don't notice the soft. I do notice the scent -- flowery. Also, I don't know what constitutes "naturally scented fragrance". I looked at the ingredients, but did not see Freesia flowers listed (unless they were using some latin term that I did not recognize). Panrosa Freesia Floral Scented Hand Soap smells flowery but is very liquidy.