COSRX Aloe Vera Oil-free Moisture Cream Review

[REVIEW] COSRX Aloe Vera Oil-free Moisture Cream

COSRX Aloe Vera Oil-free Moisture Cream Review:

I got this cream at the beginning of summer because I needed a morning cream that is lightweight but also moisturizing enough for my combination skin. I tend to like COSRX as a brand, and their products are great for problematic skin, so I figured this Aloe Vera cream just screamed my name.

Claims:

COSRX claims this is a high-concentrate aloe vera cream that moisturizes the skin, has a skin-calming effect and also mitigates skin troubles. It is supposed to rejuvenate the skin and hydrate it on the cellular level, which activates a sort of hydration barrier that protects the skin, preventing the occurrence of any skin irritants and troubles.

Ingredients:

Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Water, Butylene Glycol, Glycerin, 1,2-Hexanediol, Betaine, Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Juice Powder, Allantoin, PEG-60 Hydrogenated Castor Oil, Dimethicone, Arginine, Carbomer, Ethylhexylglycerin, Sodium Hyaluronate, Panthenol, Chlorophyllin-Copper Complex, Ethyl Hexanediol

Volume: 100 ml

COSRX Aloe Vera Oil-free Moisture Cream Review

How to use:

After cleansing your face apply an appropriate amount and massage gently until it is fully absorbed. If you want a cooler feel, you can try using the cream after refrigerating it.   

My Skin Type: Combination, acne-prone, sensitive and on occasion – dull and with dry patches

COSRX Aloe Vera Oil-free Moisture Cream Review:

The Aloe Vera Oil-free Moisture Cream is a plastic tub. After all COSRX packaging are always pretty standard, they’re simple and directly address what the product is. The tub is translucent with a black cap, and it is extremely light, definitely light enough to pack if you’re traveling.

COSRX Aloe Vera Oil-free Moisture Cream Review

It really is a lightweight cream and absorbs fast into the skin. It is a huge plus that it doesn’t leave any sticky feeling whatsoever.  

COSRX Aloe Vera Oil-free Moisture Cream Review

The texture of this cream is very nice, light, gel-like. It doesn’t have much of a color; it’s actually a colorless gel. It doesn’t have a fragrance either, which makes it perfect for those with sensitive noses. When applied to the face it definitely has a nice cooling sensation.

COSRX Aloe Vera Oil-free Moisture Cream Review

As far as the ingredients go this is not a 100% aloe vera cream. It contains 80% aloe vera leaf juice and 200-times-concentrate of aloe vera leaf juice powder. Aloe Vera is extremely beneficial to the skin. It is extremely hydrating, soothing, calming and it helps prevent any blemishes or rashes. Plus, aloe vera water creates a moisture barrier that helps protect the skin from irritants.

I have used it since the beginning of summer, and as you can see from the photos, I have gotten just to the middle of the tub. So I dare say it is quite an economic product. I love that it hydrates my skin without leaving it feeling too oily. And the cooling sensation is just perfect for the summer time. I have also noticed that it helps with redness and inflammations.

I definitely like this aloe vera cream. I’m not sure if it will be enough for my skin during the winter months, but I will surely repurchase it again when summer comes back around.  

I would recommend it to anyone looking for the hydrating and beneficial properties of aloe vera. For combination skin like mine it is perfect, and I think people with oily skin will also love it, but I am not sure whether it will be enough for those of you with dry to normal skin.

So keep in mind that if you have those two skin types, you may need to use this Aloe Vera cream in combination with another product.

Where to buy:

Amazon Prime | eBay


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