C’est quoi?! What is that foamy thing on my face? A shaving cream, a whiped-cream, a face peeling gel, or ..or… or what?!
Here is the answer ☺️
Brand : Elizavecca
Name: Peptide 3D Fix Shooting Bubble Facial Essence
Website: Elizavecca Korean Website
Type : Essence
Texture : Cream, turning into a foam
Size : 100 ml
Elizavecca – Peptide 3D Fix Shooting Bubble Facial Essence is a bubble essence infused with 48.8% centella asiatica extract for healthy skin and 12% of peptide to improve skin elasticity. I was surprised with the creamy texture, as I thought it would have been a foam straight out of the bottle. Right after I tried pumping the bottle, I was thinking that the product had expired and the foam had turned into a harder texture instead lol.
After I put a moderate amount, the essence will bubble up after around 10 seconds. It is not sticky at all and absorbed by my skin very quickly. It hydrates my skin and makes my skin glow. It is surely a unique skincare product!
I have been using Elizavecca – Peptide 3D Fix Shooting Bubble Facial Essence for several weeks. The foam is quite interesting, it makes your skin absorb the essence “twice”. I was worried about the foam, as I have dry skin and I avoid foaming facial cleanser as they will tend to be drying. I know it is an essence, not a facial cleanser, but it is a foam! Logic failed, I know lol. Foam will get into the skin quicker, so this essence will get into the skin quicker? But anyway, skincare products are just topical, they are not medicine, so do not expect stuff to be too crazy here.
The essence is moisturizing enough as an essence. It is winter here in Paris and I do not change my skincare seasonally as I was too busy with school. My skin still gets dry, after a face wash but my skin ALWAYS gets dry after a face wash. What I am saying is that, this essence is nice as it is. Elizavecca – Peptide 3D Fix Shooting Bubble Facial Essence exceeds my expectations from the unjust initial impression of Elizavecca products that are generally known to be very affordable. Bravo, Elizavecca.