Innisfree green tea hydrating hyaluronic acid serum
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Right when I applied Innisfree's Green Tea Seed Serum, my skin looked really fresh and bouncy (mission accomplished). It sinks in quickly, but certainly diminishes that crepe-y, flat texture that comes with dehydration. After a few weeks of consistent use, I vày think my face felt slightly softer and calmer. I had actually overdone it on exfoliation before testing, và feel as if the serum brought my barrier back from the brink.
It’s probably worth mentioning that the product contains fragrance, which I don’t think is ideal (I prefer fragrance-free), but it didn’t seem lớn cause me any major issues.
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In short, think of the Green Tea Seed Serum as a nice, simple product that will hydrate & soothe whenever you need it.
The Value: A good khuyến mãi
At $27 for 2.7 oz., I think Innisfree's Green Tea Seed Serum is a pretty sweet deal. The hàng hóa is pretty simple, but it delivers on the promise of comforting hydration and is a treat to apply. Because of the silky, lightweight gel-serum texture, a little goes a long way, as well.
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CosRX Hydrium Triple Hyaluronic Moisture Ampoule: CosRX is another legendary K-beauty brand, and while there’s no green tea in this hyaluronic acid serum ($20), it"s supremely hydrating. Simply push into damp skin post-cleanse for a boost of moisture.
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Dr.Jart+ Cicapair Tiger Grass Serum: If you want khổng lồ calm và soothe an impaired barrier while simultaneously hydrating, this serum from Dr.Jart+ ($47) is the answer to lớn your skincare prayers. Light và fresh, it sinks in quickly, reducing redness and undoing the damage caused by too many actives.
Laneige Waterbank Hydro Essence: Another K-beauty favorite, the Laneige Hydro Essence ($39) is lượt thích a tall drink of water for dehydrated skin. It’s got a slightly thinner consistency than Innisfree, so it works well if you love to layer up your skincare.
Overall, I really enjoyed using Innisfree's Green Tea Seed Serum. It’s super light, really fresh, and definitely strengthened and hydrated my skin. I’m not sure I’d integrate it into my routine full-time (I prefer my Dr. Barbara Sturm Hyaluronic Serum for hydration purposes as it’s fragrance-free), but when factoring in price, Innisfree is a worthy competitor.
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