Thursday, 10 December 2015

Nutriderm - The Korean Way for Luminous Skin | ad

Sometimes, I always wonder how does Korean women achieved glowy radiant looking skin. Like they have been eating so healthily, working out constantly, have sufficient sleep and just basically being all perfect with their life. 

Until Media Flair contacted me with Korean Skincare Brand DCS Anti Aging Range Nutriderm.

Some might say that they do not need anti aging products since they are still young. However, I do highly recommend that you must start using products with anti-aging (or with antioxidant) properties when you hit mid-20s. Environmental factor (dust and such), UV rays, sugary food, improper sleeping positions or massaging techniques all contribute to the aging process. 

I was generously sent 3 products from the range:
1. Ultra Nutrition Day Cream - $41.00
2. Ultra Nutrition Night Cream - $41.00
3. Ultra Nutrition Toner - $33.50

What I love about these products is they are extremely affordable at prices less than a Chanel lipstick. Seriously. I can't believe how worth the money they are seeing that the ingredients are not skimmed. And don't get me start on how heavy and precious that glass bottle of toner is. Love how luxurious their packagings are. 

With Ginseng Berry and Korean Volcanic Seawater tucked under their belt, these 2 key ingredients are packed with antioxidant (the former) and rare minerals (the latter) which helps repairs, regenerate, protect and maintain the youthfulness of the skin. 

My personal feeling after using the products for about 2 weeks is that I do see subtle differences in my pores. My skin has been acting up lately with enlarged pores (think its due to hormonal changes) and worse still is that they are showing signs of sagging (**gasp** imagine the horror when I 1st discovered them). Thus, the product did helped with tightening (or rather reduction) of the pores and those smaller "holes" did close up. ^_^ 

Once again, I'm afraid that I can't really accept the scent of the product. Its really herbal-ly and reminded me of Chinese Med (I think they really go full force with the Ginseng Berry which is a good thing). But some might relate the scent to the ingredients being more natural without adding artificial perfume, which is best suited for sensitive skin. So it may varies with different people.

All in all, I'm quite satisfied with how the product has improved my skin's elasticity and tightening of of the pores. Couldn't vouch for the dewiness though as I've been only using them about 2 weeks but I do believe that supple skin would be achievable if I continue to use it. 

If you are interested, they are available at all Watsons or please click here for more information. 

Disclaimer: The products are sent to me for review purposes. I was not sponsored in any monetary way nor instigated to used "preferred" words for this post. All opinions provided are honest and of utmost truest feelings of mine after testing the products. Different people with different skin types might react differently to the product thus result may vary. 

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