Thursday, April 23, 2015

Phytomer Hydrasea Ultra-Moisturizing Polarized Water Serum

I think I used up this 3mL/0.1fl oz. tube of Phytomer Hydrasea Ultra-Moisturizing Polarized Water Serum in all of 2 days, so this will be a quick review ^.^



Early last year I ordered the full size of the Hydra Original Thirst-Relief Melting Cream and a couple of other things via Le Spa USA (not affiliated!). With that order, I hit the jackpot and ended up with dozens of samples, a lot of which I gave away to my mum. With the ones I kept, it's only recently that I've begun to go through them one by one. 

I forgot to take a picture of the product itself, but this was a serum in a light emulsion with melty consistency though not quite runny either. The gel cream was a pastel blue and scented with a nice fresh scent, similar to that of the Thirst-Relieft Melting Cream. And although an emulsion, it went on more like a Japanese lotion, i.e. a thin viscous toner, only without the slightest stickiness and absorbed instantly and completely.  

I did like this serum and will probably get the full size when I see a good promotion for it. I think it would be a great product to use in a hot and humid summer. When I was using it though I did layer a moisturizer over to seal in the moisture, that's just how dry my skin is. If you have oily skin and you like in humid environment, I would imagine this alone would be adequate.  

2 comments:

kuri said...

Interesting; I've never tried phytomer products

D. said...

Hi kuri,

I've never heard of them until I got a sample of their Hydra Original Melting Cream from one of DermStore's Mystery Bag promotion in 2012 (http://alittledabintomakeup.blogspot.com/2014/01/phytomer-hydra-original-thirst-relief.html). Even then it took me 2 years to try that sample =.=" Turned out my husband loved that cream and I did too, so I started exploring the brand.

If you're in the mood to explore, give this Melting Cream a try!

Cheers,
D.

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