Nutrishe’s New Product Review: Hydra Complex Soothing Serum, Makes Skin supple!
By Salsabilla Kiranasafira – May 25, 2022
Surely you already know the Nutrishe brand, right? My favorite brand is launching a new product again! This time the product is a serum and not just one, there are three types of serum that can be adjusted to the condition of the skin. These three serums are included in the My Skin Survival Kit Serum Series! Why is it called My Skin Survival Kit Serum Series? I’ll explain one by one…
My Skin Survival Kit Serum Series It contains three serums with different functions. There are those for Treat, Regenerate and Protect.
- Treat (Acne & Blemish Advanced Serum) – Used to treat skin with acne and blackheads
- Regenerate (Overnight Fruit Acid Exfoliating Serum) – Used to encourage skin regeneration to keep skin bright, pores clean and texture more even.
- Protect (Hydra Complex Soothing Serum) – Used to keep skin hydrated and moisturized and soothe irritated or reddened skin
Of the three serums in the My Skin Survival Kit Serum Series, I’m most interested in trying the Nutrishe Hydra Complex Soothing Serum. This serum is perfect for my dry skin type and the condition of my skin which is often red. I’ve been using this Nutrishe Hydra Compex Soothing Serum for about 10 days, and now I want to share my experience and results!
Nutrishe Hydra Complex Soothing Serum is a hydrating and soothing serum that can be used by all skin types. This product has several claims
- Increases and maintains skin hydration
- Caring for the skin to keep it smooth and soft
- Makes skin feel more supple
- Maintain and lock skin moisture
- Provides a healing and calming sensation for irritated or red skin
Packaging for Nutrishe Hydra Complex Soothing Serum
Nutrishe Hydra Complex Soothing Serum is packaged in a transparent doff glass bottle, with 30ml contents and a dropper applicator. It’s packaging is simple, but there is a characteristic that is a blue label that shows the variant. At the mouth of the bottle, there is a stopper that makes the product not easy to spill and spill. The pipette applicator is also of good quality, so tight that it’s not easy to make the product drip on its own. Because sometimes there is a serum dropper that is not signed, it will come out on its own.
Ingredients for Nutrishe Hydra Complex Soothing Serum
Aqua, Cyclopentasiloxane, Glycerin, Butylene Glycol, Nicotinamide, Tranexamic acid, Houttuynia cordata extractPolysorbate-20, Centella asiatica extractSodium PCA, PanthenolAllantoin, Dipotassium Glycyrrhizate, Sodium Hyaluronate, Sodium Acetylated Hyaluronate, Hydrolyzed Hyaluronic Acid, Sodium Hyaluronate Cosspolymer, Potassium Hyaluronate, Hydroxypropyltrimonium Hyaluronate, Hydrolyzed Sodium Hyaluronate, Hyaluronic Acid, Beta-glucanDipeptide-2, Acetyl Tetrapeptide-5, Mel Extract, Poria cocos extract, Serine, Glycogen, Polyacrylamide, Phenoxyethanol, Trimethylpentanediol/Adipic Acid Copolymer, C13-14 Isoparaffin, Laureth-7, DMDM Hydantoin, 1,2 Hexanediol, Xanthan Gum , Pentylene Glycol, Iodopropynyl Butyl Carbamate
Judging from the full ingredients list, you can already see that this serum really focuses on hydrating, moisturizing and soothing the skin. I want to discuss the function of the main content.
- Houttuynia Cordata (Hearleaf) Extract – Soothes and treats sensitive and acne prone skin
- Centella Asiatica Extract – soothes the skin and increases collagen levels
- Panthenol – helps reduce TEWL (Transepidermal Water Loss) and can provide a soothing and smoothing effect on the face
- 8 Types of Hyaluronic Acid – Hyaluronic Acid with various sizes from small to large that can reach various places in the skin so that the hydration effect can be better
- Beta Glucan – Reduces redness and helps wound healing
In addition to the main ingredients that I mentioned above, this Nutrishe Hydra Complex Soothing Serum also contains Niacinamide and Tranexamic Acid which functions as a brightening agent.
Texture & Scents Nutrishe Hydra Complex Soothing Serum
Nutrishe Hydra Complex Soothing Serum it has a nice texture slightly thick, super soft, not sticky and relatively quickly absorbed. The color is milky white. This Nutrishe Hydra Complex Soothing Serum doesn’t contain fragrance, but the scent actually feels calming and doesn’t bother you at all.
My Thoughts about Nutrishe Hydra Complex Soothing Serum
This Nutrishe Hydra Complex Soothing Serum in my opinion Super comfortable hydrating and calming serum! It’s nice to use on my normal to dry skin, but it seems like it’s still comfortable for oily skin because even though it’s a bit thick and heavy, doesn’t feel greasy and the recipe is fast. As soon as it absorbs, it immediately feels supple and smooth.
I use this Nutrishe Hydra Complex Soothing Serum every day, morning and night. It’s layered with other active ingredients like retinol & AHA BHA, that’s great too! The calming effect acts as a buffer and the hydrating effect keeps the skin from drying out. Used alone, without being layered with other serums, it’s still delicious!
Because this Nutrishe Hydra Complex Soothing Serum gives a soft, supple and smooth effect, I like to use it as a makeup primer also. My skin feels better, I feel more ready for make-up. Well, now let me discuss whether the claim and the results are appropriate…
- Increases and maintains skin hydration – yes, the skin immediately feels ‘full’ hydrated
- Caring for the skin to keep it smooth and soft – it feels so soft! The moisture also lasts a long time, not the one that absorbs and then disappears
- Makes skin feel more supple – yes!
- Maintain and lock skin moisture Yes, I feel that after using this serum, my skin doesn’t get dry easily
- Provides a healing and calming sensation for irritated or red skin – my redness is really reduced after using this serum
So far, I really like this serum. It really fits and exactly what my skin needs. My current fav hydrating & soothing serum!<3
For those of you who want to know complete information about Nutrishe products, you can follow her instagram! My Skin Survival Kit Serum Series will be launching on May 27! Are you curious about which variant?