all skin types
Hydrolyzed Collagen (95%), Dipropylene Glycyl Glycereth-26, Ammonium Acryloyldimethyltaurate / WP Copolymer, PEG-60 Hydrogenated Castor Oil, Water, Capryyi Gyai Aliantoin, Dipotassium Glycyrrhizate, Caprytydroamic Acid, Glycerin, Adenosine, Butylene Glycol, Disodium EDTA, Fragrance, Hyacinthus Orientalis (Hyadinth) Extract, Salvia Sclarea (Clany) Extract, Centaurea Cyanus Flower Extract Borago fficinalis Extract Chamomilla Recutita (Matricaria) Plower Leaf Extract Lavandula Angustifolia Vinifera (Grape) Fruit Extract. Wine Extract, Vaccinium Macbcarpon (Cranberry) Fruit Extract, Fragaria Vesca (Strawberry) leaf Extract Euterpe Oleracea Fruit Extract, Purica Granatum Fruit Extract Morus-Aiba Fruit Extract, Rubus Coreanus Fruit Extract, Vaccini um Angustifolium (Blueberry) Extract, Rubus Idaeus Rasp berry) Fruit Extract, 1,2-Hexanediol, Cl 16185, Ehynerylglycerin
Enriched with 95% Marine Collagen and ten kinds of red food extracts,
This non-sticky formula moisturizes, smooths and firms skin to produce a silky-soft, wrinkle-free finish
How to use it
Apply a moderate amount and pat until fully absorbed, then apply the rest of your skincare as usual.
My thoughts on Elizavecca witch piggy hell pore marine collagen ample
This is that type of product that I like using but really don’t know what it does for my skin. The description of the products is to produce a smooth and wrinkle-free surface. The description is really out there. Since a wrinkle-free surface doesn’t exist. Simply you get older and you can only make your skin to look as good as you can. But wrinkle-free that is just false advertising.
I usually love Elizavecca products and I do feel that they most often create great products.
Elizavecca witch piggy hell pore marine collagen ample contains 95 percent marine collagen.
The coloring is a bit out there and I really don’t understand why they need to add that to a product. I am not that good in figuring out what they are using as coloring. But still, that is an ingredient they don’t need to add there. Same goes for fragrance. The Elizavecca witch piggy hell pore 30marine collagen ample is really strong scented and if you have been following me for a while you know my thoughts on that. If not, well I simply hate strongly scented products:-) I do feel it is so unnecessary but a lot of K-beauty products are really strong scented.
The packaging is a regular glass bottle with a pipette and the same packaging as their Elizavecca Gold CF-Nest Extract 97% B-jo Serum. I do like their packaging because I think they are rather fun and add a bit of smile in the morning. But I don’t necessarily find it very practical for this product. The ample is rather thick in consistency and this makes the packaging a little bit problematic. The product sticks to the pipettes outside, so when putting it back in the bottle its usually causes the cap to become messy. I have the same problem with a few other products and I would rather have this products in a pump bottle instead.
I don’t let it bring a products grade down unless it is totally overwhelming, but that is quite rare for me. My nose is really sensitive. So just because I think it is super strong that might not be your experience. The scent doesn’t linger on the skin though,
As for the product doing anything for me, I simply cant say. I have finished the whole bottle but simply cant say anything on the effects. It does act as a hydrating product for me as well, and I have super dry skin. But I bought this product for the collagen not the moisturizing properties
I think one would need a few bottles of Elizavecca marine collagen ample before actually saying what it does on the skin. And this is something you as a reader should be critical towards. There are so many people doing reviews without proper testing. For skincare you need at least a month before being able to say anything. Of course depending on what type of product it is. But simply a product that works on wrinkles cant make a difference in a short time.
I give this product 2/7
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