Etude House Moistfull Super Collagen Cream Review

Etude House Moistfull Super Collagen Cream

Etude House Moistfull Super Collagen Cream is a newly released facial moisturizer that supposed contains 63% of what Etude House calls “super collagen”. Collagen can’t be absorbed into the skin but Etude House is actually using a hydrolyzed collagen, kinda like supplements you may have seen at the drugstore. Supposedly this collagen not only acts to hydrate but also to form new collagen in the body.

Honestly you should probably take this all with a grain of salt…

On the upside Etude House’s Moistfull Skincare has always been a rather fond favorite of mine as it is intensely moisturizing which in fact results in softer, smoother, supple, more youthful looking skin. There’s nothing like providing your skin, especially drier skin, with a highly hydrating amount of good moisture.

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Etude House Moistfull Super Collagen Cream comes housed in small 2 oz jar and has a fresher citrus scent that I find very subtle. I find this is thicker than the original Moistfull Skincare range and quite rich so a little goes a long way. I’d recommend it for PM use as it might be a touch too much for your AM skincare routine.

If you have drier skin this is a very nice pick up. It gives skin a smoother more supple almost “bouncy” feel. I have flakier areas on my cheeks from time to time and on my forehead and this completely eased those areas. I wish it had more anti-aging benefits but the moisture it provides along makes it a good pick of I maybe want to layer it over another moisturizer!

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I wouldn’t recommend it for oily skin nor would I recommend it for using during the day but as a night cream it truly rejuvenates skin and helps restore much needed moisture to my skin.

Loves it.

If you have drier skin I’d recommend checking it out. I do believe on of the key ingredients for fighting aging skin is moisture and this provides plenty.

I got mine from F2Plus1 on E-bay.

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  • 3/25/14 21:14 Jessica:

    Hmm from what I know, lost collagen can’t be reproduced. But I do enjoy the texture of their moistfull line. I think it’s very appropriate for those in their early 20s. I’ve been using their eye cream for awhile – affordable & a good size, and adequately moisturizing for those who aren’t thinking about fine lines just yet.

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    • 3/25/14 21:19 Isabella Muse:

      yeah that’s why I said take it with a grain of salt in the review because it seems like everything in Asian skincare is somehow collagen related…..! but def highly moisturizing if nothing else :)

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  • 4/7/14 4:23 Sandy:

    Thank you for the great review! I can’t really find reviews on this because it’s so new. The packaging looks amazing. :)

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    • 4/7/14 15:32 Isabella Muse:

      my pleasure sandy :)

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  • 4/10/14 5:54 jade:

    If I stop using this collagen product after a while will more wrinkles appear? :O

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  • 4/27/14 8:02 Giulietta De Carlo:

    Hi, long-time lurker of your blog. Love it!

    Sorry for the long story. I have been using the previous Collagen Moistfull cream from Etude House and it has so far been the best cream I have used. I used to use Ingrid Millet’s 24-hour Aqua Cream, but seeing as it cost me $70 a jar I quit using it. However, I had doubts about how good the Moistfull cream from Etude House really is and I started to use some other ones. One of them was Missha’s Super Aqua and another one was Aqua Aura by Tonymoly. These however were not fit for my skin, Missha’s cream only made me break out. I went back to using Ingrid Millet but now my skin is getting all flaky whenever I use it, especially when I use my (Skin79’s Gold) BB cream. Do you have any other recommendation? Something like the Collagen Moistfull line but which are more promising and true? Because added collagen is impossible but I do need something that really moisturises my skin.

    I hope you have a good, affordable cream I can use. I don’t mind which country it’s from. I myself am from Europe, but I can import anything from eBay and the UK Amazon.
    Thanks and again sorry for the long story.

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