Saturday, April 27, 2013

Etude House Moistfull Aloe Soothing Lotion

Price: (to be updated)
Place bought: Etude House (SM City Cebu)
Product content: 150ml

I have been on a hunt for the perfect moisturizer for my skin since most of the products I've tried doesn't really work good on me. Usually, I get zits and get oilier when I apply moisturizer on to my face, hence I don't moisturize. Most of Etude House's products work on me satisfactorily so I decided to try on this one.

Product description and ingredients:

Etude House says: The Moistfull Aloe Soothing Lotion is a moisturizer that has mild milk. It is mineral oil free, paraben free, ethanol free, talc free and dermatologist tested. This lotion type is more suitable for combination to oily skin.

  • Littlebrat says:  "It is mineral oil free, paraben free, ethanol free, talc free and dermatologist tested." One of the things I love about Etude House is that a lot of their products are artificial-preservative-free. This is good news to a us girls...and guys.
  • Littlebrat says: Combination to oily? Well, it does the job in polishing my dry patches but still leaves my skin shiny. Though it doesn't say anything about mattifying the face after use. Patting, not wiping, the product unto face is highly recommended. 

Those little things at the sides locks in the cap. Wala lang, just wanted to share this to you. Hahahaha

I have mixed feelings for this product. I use this if my skin is really really dry. This is a no-no product for me if the weather is humid since my face gets oilier than the usual and I get this sticky feeling when I use this. It has a typical aloe smell which is refreshing, for me. You can also get this tiny, like really really tiny, hint of mint when applying this unto thy face. Or is this what they call, a cooling sensation?



  1. You are back :) maybe a serum will work better on you

  2. Yes yes yes, I am back! :D Do you think so? :> I'll try then!

  3. welcome back! maybe this works well for gals with dry skin. ^_^
    Random Beauty by Hollie

  4. I think so. :\ EH said it was good for combination to oily skin. :\

  5. great review! It's good that we know all about this product!

  6. yup, serums are more concentrated and penetrates the skin easily


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