LJH CICA CREAM
Scent☘️: Herbally and minty.
Texture☘️: Thick and hydrated. That's why I prefer to use this for PM/night time routine. A little goes along way and I usually put the product on the back of my hand; warm it up a little bit then slather it on my face. Star ingredient is Centella Asiatica; commonly known as tiger grass. Lot of benefits to discover, one of them is to soothe redness on the skin.
Further champion ingredients are: squalane, nicinamide, allantoin for anti inflamatory, madecassoside, lavandula oil, melaleuca alternifolia leaf oil (the sibling of tea tree oil) 🗣I’ve been pairing both cica cream and serum for the whole month; just to see how my skin reacted. I am now minimize the use of my PM skin care routine. I know it was such a challenge, knowing that my skin is very sensitive but I keep encouraging myself not to given up. Then, I began to notice the difference in my skin. The longterm redness from PIE (Post Inflammatory Erthyma) faded; also, my skin feels super soft, hydrated and healthy. Looks like my skin 💗 centella.
LJH CICA SERUM
Size☘️: 50ml, the packaging almost resembles the cica balm with matte white and green.
Scent☘️: Slightly minty and herbally, just like cica cream but softer.
Texture☘️: Thick and hydrated, the color is clear. I usually use 1-1.5 pump with the same method like cica cream—little goes a long way. 🗣All in all, this is such an interesting serum because of the main ingredient lists: Centella asiatica, vitamin B5 (panthenol), chamomilla flower extract, ceramide, lavandula oil, brasicca oleracea leaf extract and hyaluronic acid.
Brasicca which is actually extracted from broccoli and cabbage, and is beneficially tighten the skin. So I think both cica cream and serum are worth to try😍. #skincareroutine #leegeehaam #cicacream #skincarereview #topshelfie #cicacream