Etude House Collagen Moistfull Essence In Primer Review
Topping off as one of my favorite items from the Etude House Collagen Moistfull Collection would be the new Essence In Primer.
As you know I recently hauled the Etude House Collagen Moistfull Collection which consists of skincare and base products. I avoided the skincare and went straight for the base facial makeup. So far I fail to be impressed by about 40% of it but I must say that the Etude House Collagen Moistfull Essence In Primer is super, loves it!
What is it?
It’s basically a spray on toner that preps skin for makeup. Unlike most toners it not only preps for moisturizer and makeup but it actual provides extra hydration and leaves skin soft and dewy.
At first glance I was quite wary of using the product as it quite reminds me of salad dressing in it’s presentation as it looks like vinegar separating from oil. It’s a dual phase toner which contains some sort of a collagen moisturizing essential oil plus a base of waters and vitamins for your face. My fear to use it stems from the fact that I was worried about cloudy vision as spraying this on my face, even with my eyes closed, seemed that it would likely cause such a woe. I’m happy to report no cloudy eyes here and not the greasy feel I was expecting either. It feels much like any mist or toner would as it’s light and fresh. After misting I simply press the palms of my hands against my cheeks and forehead to help it absorb. I’m left with soft, dewy skin after.
I absolutely love this stuff and can see it becoming an essential item for daily use, particularly now when the colder weather is making my face dry and flaky.
A fabulous offering from Etude House! Loves it! I highly suggest checking out E-bay to see about getting a bottle especially if you have drier skin.
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