Fresh Skinlab Tomato Glass Skin Water Drop Cream | Review

Fresh Skinlab Tomato Glass Skin Water Drop Cream SPF 30 - " This Lycopene concentrated Water Drop Cream starts as a cream then transfo...

Fresh Skinlab Tomato Glass Skin Water Drop Cream

Fresh Skinlab Tomato Glass Skin Water Drop Cream SPF 30 - "This Lycopene concentrated Water Drop Cream starts as a cream then transforms into a liquid toner that soaks deeply into the skin to help provide replenishment throughout the day. Infused with 98% tomato extract that soothes, revitalizes, reduce aging apperance and gives the skin a luminous white glow. It also has an added SPF 30 for sun protection" Net Vol. 50ml via fresh.ph

Fresh Skinlab Tomato Glass Skin Water Drop Cream
Fresh Skinlab Tomato Glass Skin Water Drop Cream

Hello there everyone. Let's have a good end to August and welcome the -ber months with a few product reviews from Fresh Skinlab. This local brand features products that are Made in Korea, to compete with all the Kbeauty that has been popular in the country lately.

First up on the review list is the Fresh Skinlab Tomato Glass Skin Water Drop Cream. I picked up this from my local Watson's when it was on sale a few months back. I have been using this every now and then, though not as regular as I would have liked. Read on to know why. *_*

Fresh Skinlab Tomato Glass Skin Water Drop Cream
Fresh Skinlab Tomato Glass Skin Water Drop Cream

Checking into their official website, I think they might have repackaged this cream as "Fresh Skinlab Tomato Glass Skin Hyaluronic Water Drop Cream with Vitamin C." Also, they have gotten rid of the SPF 30 label on the tube. I guess the SPF claim can't be substantiated so they didn't include it in the new packaging. I have checked the ingredients and they are basically still the same, just with the newer one having water first in the list. Remember, this review will be with the prior version.

Features:
- Soothes and revitalizes your skin with 98% tomato extract
- Reduces signs of aging, leaving your skin a bright, dewy look
- Soaks deeply into your epidermis to provide all-day replenishment
- Fast-absorbing water drop cream transforms from a cream into a watery essence

Core Ingredients:
Tomato - Can help you achieve clean and glowing skin, May soothe skin inflammation, can help stimulate collagen production,  may help improve the health and appearance of your skin, help reduce age spots, fine lines, and wrinkles
Ethylhexyl Methoxycinnamate - Sunscreen agent
Hyaluronic acid -  If you’re fighting dry skin, sodium hyaluronate is the best way to add water back to the skin
Tocopheryl Acetate - Antioxidant
Ascorbic acid - helps in keeping the skin in good condition

How to use:  After cleansing, massage the cream on your skin until it turns into a watery essence for ultimate absorption.

Fresh Skinlab Tomato Glass Skin Water Drop Cream
Fresh Skinlab Tomato Glass Skin Water Drop Cream

Fresh Skinlab Tomato Glass Skin Water Drop Cream comes in an orange, plastic tube packaging with a twist-off closure. You dispense the product by squeezing the tube so you can also easily control the amount you're getting by squeezing just enough to what you actually need. Additionally, the plastic tube is light and convenient to bring on travel.

As described, this Water Drop Cream comes out as a gel-like cream and then transforms into a watery essence/liquid as you massage it into the skin. The lightweight, watery formula is easily and readily absorbed and feels soothing and refreshing. It is very cooling when applied to the skin, especially on hot and humid days. 

For my oily-combination skin, I find that I need a substantial amount for me to feel the moisturizing and nourishing effect. This may be because of the lightweight (thin) and watery formula. Those with dry skin will most likely find this not moisturizing enough. On the upside, I didn't feel any oiliness or greasiness, in fact, it basically applies and absorbs like water. Additionally, this didn't pile up so it is great to use under makeup or sunscreen.

This cream gives an instant revitalizing effect. While it did brighten my overall complexion, I didn't see the dewy or "glassy" effect it has promised. One major con for me is the strong artificial fragrance. As a compromise (and not waste this product), I just apply this on areas where I can't smell the strong scent, i.e. hands, arms, knees, and legs. I haven't used this on my face long enough to see any anti-aging effect.

Fresh Skinlab Tomato Glass Skin Water Drop Cream
Fresh Skinlab Tomato Glass Skin Water Drop Cream

Overall, Fresh Skinlab Tomato Glass Skin Water Drop Cream is a good product for those looking for a lightweight and fast-absorbing essence. The gel-like cream transforms into a watery formula and feels soothing and refreshing. It brightens up the complexion but doesn't provide a lot of moisture or nourishment, especially for those with dry skin. While this cream has a lot going for it especially for its price; the strong, artificial fragrance is a major deal-breaker for me.

Pros:
- Lightweight and fast-absorbing formula
- Gel-like, non-greasy/non-oily texture
- Soothes and refreshes skin
- Brightens complexion
- Does not disturb makeup o sunscreen
- Free of dye, alcohol, parabens, minerals
- Affordable

Cons:
- No dewy effect
- Very strong fragrance

Fresh Skinlab Tomato Glass Skin Water Drop Cream
Fresh Skinlab Tomato Glass Skin Water Drop Cream

Ingredients: Solanum lycopersicum (Tomato) Fruit Extract, Ethylhexyl Methoxycinnamate, Ethylhexyl Salicylate, Titanium Dioxide, Water, Butylene Glycol, Hyaluronic Acid, PEG/PPG-19/10 Dimethicone, Cyclopentasiloxane, Macadamia integrifolia Seed Oil, Glycereth -26, Betaine, 1,2-Hexanediol, Cetyl PEG/PPG-10/1Dimethicone, Niacinamide, Phenoxyethanol, Allantoin, Fragrance, Panthenol, Tocopheryl Acetate, Lavandula angustifolia (Lavender) Extract, Centella asiatica Extract, Chamomilla recutita (Matricaria) Flower Extract, Propolis Extract, Portulaca oleracea Extract, Disodium EDTA, Ascorbic Acid

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