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Monday, July 18, 2022

Naturopathica Marshmallow & Ceramide Sensitivity Soothing Serum Review

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Not Sponsored: I'm doing a skincare review series on skincare brand Naturopathica. In my last blog post, I spoke about my experience with their marshmallow cleanser. Although it didn't work for me (I experienced some redness around the top of my cheeks), I feel it would work for other skin types. It does a really good job cleansing skin and removing makeup. These products were part of a set I purchased (see picture below). It's a great way to try new products without committing to a full-size of the product (and it saves you money, especially if a product doesn't work out for you). So the next thing I tried in the kit after using the cleanser was Naturopathica's Marshmallow & Ceramide Sensitivity Soothing Serum. This serum is formulated for sensitive skin, but can be used by all skin types. The primary ingredients in this serum are marshmallow (to relieve skin irritation and redness, the root of this delicate flower is known for its soothing and emollient properties), ceramide complex (helps to increase hydration and reduce the visible signs of sensitized skin) and evening primrose oil (abundant in gamma-linolenic acid (GLAs) and recognized for its conditioning and soothing properties). This serum has a milky consistency. I have to be honest, I'm not a fan of its scent/non-scent smell. To me, it gave off a sour scent. While using this serum, I did notice two good things. One, the redness caused by the cleanser disappeared upon using this serum. Two, my skin looked plumper after applying this serum. But in comparison to other serums I've tried, it just rates ok in my book. I prefer Lancome's Renergie H.C.F. Triple Serum, Fresh Vitamin Nectar Glow Juice Antioxidant Face Serum, Kiehls Midnight Recovery Concentrate (heavy, but really good), Drunk Elephant T.L.C. Framboos Glycolic Night Serum + Virgin Marula Luxury Facial Oil (heavy, but really good), and Mad Hippie Vitamin A Serum. Although my skin plumped up, I felt it wasn't long lasting. It's not a bad serum, but it's not a great serum. Stay tuned. My next review coming up will be on the soothing creme.

Naturopathica Skincare Reviews:

Chill Chocolate Vine Mask | Chill Chocolate Vine Restorative Eye Balm

Marshmallow & Probiotic Sensitivity Soothing Cream Cleanser | Marshmallow & Ceramide Sensitivity Soothing Serum

Marshmallow & Microalgae Sensitivity Soothing Creme

supersweet(run & buy it) sweet(really good,buy it) bittersweet(ok, issues)not sweet(not good,don't buy this stuff) 
  Naturopathica Marshmallow & Ceramide Sensitivity Soothing Serum is Bittersweet


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