Etude House Moistfull White Triple Active Essence Review

Etude House Moistfull White Triple Active Essence

I purchased Original Etude House Moistfull White Triple Active Essence along with Etude House White Moistfull Cream together as both have gotten some great reviews on Korean beauty blogs.

Etude House Moistfull White Triple Active Essence works to even out skin tone and lighten up dark spots. It actually can be applied all over your face or it comes with a single fabric patch that you can saturate with the essence for direct spot treatment.

Let’s take a look!

Etude House Moistfull White Triple Active Essence comes housed in a glass bottle with a dropper for application. It has a pleasant fresh floral scent that might be a bit irritating to those with sensitive skin. It’s a thinner gel texture that absorbs easily into skin but isn’t a traditional serum really. The watery consistency gives it a lightweight texture but unfortunately it does not provide any real moisture to my drier skin.

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This is actually loaded with great ingredients like Vitamin C as well as Niacinamide. Supposedly it acts to lighten dark spots as well as ease dullness and just give skin a brighter appearance.

I’ve actually finished the entire bottle and sadly saw absolutely no results. I have duller skin with a lackluster complexion as well as some darkness on my jawbone that I’ve successfully lightened using Philosophy’s Miracle Work Dark Spot Corrector. However, this didn’t actually lighten that darkness further nor did it whiten skin or brighten it.

I typically have fairly good success with Etude House skincare even though it is marketed towards a younger skin than my own. But unfortunately Etude House Moistfull White Triple Active Essence was a useless product for me. It didn’t brighten, didn’t whiten, and didn’t lighten my skin tone…!

Oh well!

You win some you lose some in the skincare world eh?

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This product was purchased
by the Muse for review purposes.
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