Etude House White Moistfull Cream Review
Etude House White Moistfull Cream is yet another Moistfull cream formula that Etude House launched in Korea recently. As a fan of the Moistfull Skincare I was quite excited about a whitening formula so I did end up purchasing the entire White Moistfull Skincare Collection and have been using it for several months.
Take a look!
The Etude House White Moistfull Cream comes in a small vanity pleasing glass jar with a formula that’s pretty much the same as many of the Moistfull creams they’ve released in the past such as the Flower Moistfull Cream, regular Moistfull Cream, etc…!
This has a delightful fragrance which could prove irritating to sensitive users but I find it very pleasant. It’s a fresher slightly sweet floral that’s quite strong. The formula is a gel consistency that absorbs easily into skin. It’s formulated with Niacinamide as well as Babobab tree and Rose Hio Oil to brighten and smooth skin. It’s a perfect hydrating cream for daily use with a quick absorbing formula that leaves skin soft. The light texture doesn’t make skin shiny or greasy and it wears well under makeup. Niacinamide is one of the first ingredients listed in the moisturizer however, after continued use I can’t say I saw much lightening or even whitening. I have duller skin so I’m always looking for ways to brighten it up and take back to healthy from lackluster.
Unfortunately, this isn’t a product I saw visible results with. As a basic lightweight moisturizer it’s beautifully textured. It provide plenty of hydration but not so much skin is left shiny. But if you are purchasing in the hope it’ll ease dullness or address dark spots and uneven skin tone you’ll likely be disappointed with the results!
Since this formula didn’t do much for me once I use it up I’ll resort back to my beloved Flower Moistfull Cream as I don’t feel a reason to repurchase this formulation.
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