An Ultra moisturising cream for sensitive and dry skin.
Price: £8.29 / $11
Can be purchased from the Innisfree world site: HERE
Damaged skin barriers
Skin during Retinol use.
Good for troubled skin
Apply after a serum/ampoule
Massage into the skin
Smooth, silky and doesn’t absorb too quickly.
WATER, SQUALANE, PROPANEDIOL, MACADAMIA TERNIFOLIA SEED OIL, CETEARYL ALCOHOL, SUCROSE POLYSTEARATE, OLEA EUROPAEA (OLIVE) OIL UNSAPONIFIABLES, GLYCERYL STEARATE CITRATE, SCLEROTIUM GUM, 1,2-HEXANEDIOL
(free from animal derived ingredients)
Squalane = part of the skin barrier. Derived from olive oil.
The ingredients are meant to help tackle irritated/sensitised skin.
I love this cream. I use this whenever my skin feels angry/damaged or irritated and stings with every other product used. This never stings or burns and really does help soothe, moisturise and protect my skin barrier.
I have been retinol-ing recently and this cream really has been helping my skin feel more moisturised and less angry.
I wish they sold it in a HUGE bottle instead of this tiny tube.
Also – I don’t think oily skins would like this as it could be greasy. I dont reach for this when my skin is in good condition (I am normally oily) but as soon as my skin is sensitive – I reach for this.
Would I repurchase?
Yes, I have 1 currently in back-up.
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