Friday, February 7, 2014

Moisture Cream Compare, Belif vs Clinique vs innisfree

BELIF (High Priced) VS CLINIQUE (Middle Priced) VS INNISFREE (Cheap Priced)
INGREDIENTS
Belif The True Cream Aqua Bomb
Jeongsesu , dipropylene glycol , methyl trimethoxysilane dimethicone , glycerin, denatured alcohol 40-B, Dimethicone, PEG , cycle menu dimethicone , D Betameche konol , poly methyl silsesquioxane , Caprylic , pentaerythrityl tetra Ethyl hexanoate, sodium acrylate, iso- hexadecane , polysorbate 60 , Malachite extract, trimethoxy phenyl dimethicone , pentaerythrityl tetra- iso- stearate, 1,2- hexanediol, panthenol, PEG -150 , Carbomer , tromethamine , PEG -40 Canyon Hydro native stereo Genesee oil, acrylates, oat kernel extract, Calendula flower extract, catnip extract, raspberry leaf extract, wide indigo root extract , chickweed extract, Virgin choip extract, leaf extract soetteugi wedge herb extract, Plantago lanceolata leaf extract, hydro jeneyi polydecene Painted , Painted Hydro jeneyi lecithin, stearic acid , C12-20 alkyl Post Rocco side , C14-22 alcohols , glyceryl stearate , PEG -100 stearate , cholesteryl Hy reel when stearate, cholesterol , ceramide 3 , triethanolamine, trisodium this is dt , orange oil, lime oil, rosemary leaf oil, geranium oil , citronella , limonene, citral , geraniol first , Lee nalrul

innisfree the green tea seed cream
Green tea extract ( 52.2%) , Cyclopentasiloxane , Dipropylene Glycol , Butylene Glycol , cyclohexanone siloxane, green tea seed oil (1050 mg), tetra pentaerythrityl Ethylhexanoate , Butylene Glycol dicaprylate rate / digital camera plate , meadowfoam seed oil , methyl glue Seth -20, -26 Les glyceryl poly methyl silsesquioxane , glyceryl polymethacrylate , glycerin, epi- catechin gallate to go , orange peel extract, fruit baeknyeoncho extract , I extract , camellia leaf extract , palm seed butter , jojoba esters, seven hydroxy acrylate / sodium acrylate copolymer of acrylic tau ildi methylation , poly methyl glucose distearate glyceryl -3 , poly-silicon -11, inulin lauryl carbamate , cholesterol, hydro jeneyi Painted lecithin, carbomer , tromethamine , Stearic Acid, xanthan gum , tic acid palmitate , kaolin , poloxamer 235, ethoxylated glycol CD , Toko page solran , poloxamer 338 , Water, Ethyl hexyl glycerin , disodium this is dt , phenoxyethanol, fragrance

CLINIQUE Moisture Surge 
Purified Water, Cyclomethicone, Butylene Glycol, Glycerin, Dimethicone, Palmitoyl , Pentapeptide-3, Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Water, Sodium Hyaluronate, Tocopheryl Acetate, Caffeine, Ammonium Acryloyldimethyltaurate/VP Copolymer, Hydrogenated Lecithin, Dimethicone/Vinyl Dimethicone Crosspolymer, Trehalose, Sucrose, Phenyl Trimethicone, Sorbitol, Oleth-10, Carbomer, Tromethamine, Stearoxytrimethylsilane, Dimethicone, Copolyol, Polysorbate 20, Disodium EDTA, Phenoxyethanol, Methylparaben, Yellow 5, Red 4

When you check into the ingredient Belif and innisfree didn't add artificial coloring 
but clinique did.
innisfree added artifical scent, belif has natural scent, clinique has no scent at all
All three don't have any animal ingredient and animal oil


It's funny why they each have their color all matching their package.
Green, Blue and Pink

Because they are all cream type that you use your hands to pull out,
you gotta see how easy it is made
The clinique here is the special limited 75ml 
But they all have the same amount 50ml
They all had the clean-use plastic lid 
The size of the lid is important when you pull out the cream.
Belif and innisfree has slimmer opening to make the amount look more
While clinique made the opening side so it is easier to pull out the cream

CREAM TEXTURE

The difference of the cream spreading
They all spread so well into the skin you can see if you spread the cream
the colors don't matter

INNISFREE / BELIF / CLINIQUE

I'm not so sure if you can see, Only Clinique you can see the pinkish color
While the other two there is no colors when you pull it out.



All three cream you can't feel any stickiness
And very soft on the skin.
All three cream they focused on moisturizing so you feel little oil
On the skin Clinique feels the lightest, Belif the heaviest
But overall they are all light.
Innisfree absorbed the fastest, Belif was the slowest
Maybe because of the abosrbency 
I felt Belif moisturize the skin the longest, while innisfree latest the shortest

OIL TEST
INNISFREE / BELIF / CLINIQUE

I test the cream on oil paper
Innisfree had the most oil and than Belif and Clinique

However because innisfree absorbed the fastest
The oil quickly disappear so I didn't feel there is this much.

I think the reason innisfree the green tea seed cream has longer moisturizing than deep cream is because of the oil.

BEFORE / AFTER 10 MIN
INNISFREE

I think this cream is very soft to the skin, which make the cream usable to all skin types.
However for dry skin innisfree might feel too light, because of the fast absorbency.
For Oily skin and combination skin, this cream lightness will help you to
finish skin care light as possible.

I applied the cream too much one day and noticed it does kinda moves around
when I do makeup. 

BELIF


Belif has moisturizing version and aqua version
Aqua tends to be a more lighter than Gel Cream type and much more moist

Gel type cream tend to be known too light for dry skin
But Belif took the advantage of Gel type cream and made it more moist
So even Dry skin can use this cream without feeling drying out.
(if this feels dry for you instead of moisturizing cream look for nutrition cream)
So it's light and rich! My favorite.


Plus all Belif products are England Herb Studies ingredients 
so the products is less irritating and more healthy for the skin.
(PLZ all sensitive skin to test out products before buying)

If you apply too much before makeup it does seem to mass the makeup.





 Clinique Very moist and very soft when applying.
I did feel cooling something I didn't see in other products

This product is made specially for EXTREME Dry Skin to balance out oil/moist
But for dry skin who need both oil and moist might feel that it doesn't moisturize
If you are this type of skin, mix the moisturizing with facial oil it might do the trick

It seems like they added silicon into the cream for softer spread.
But because of this, it seems to push around makeup if you are careful.
Estella Roy
Estella Roy

About the Author : Born in Korea but lived overseas for 12 years, loves Korean Skin Care. Back in Korea and enjoying her hometown more than ever! Loves buying Cosmetic and Skin care and loves to share that opportunity to her readers! See her shipping delivery on her private google community.

11 comments:

  1. I've wanted to try the Innisfree and Clinique
    after my Belif moisturizer
    and thanks to this review I'll stick
    with Belif, ^.^ it's my favorite too. :)
    Thank you!~

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    1. :-d Belif is indeed well made product I guess I helped you save some money from buying more cosmetic :d

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  2. Thanks for the details review. I was about to buy Innisfree but after seeing this review, I will think again :d
    http://beautyfaceskin123.blogspot.com/

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    1. LOL, I don't think innisfree is bad, I like innisfree fast absorbency making makeup much easier. All of these three is good products it's just depends on what you are looking for. I like light skin care so I tend to prefer innisfree, on cold dry winter days I need something bit heavier so I go with belif.

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    2. Oh no, what i mean I don't think it is suitable for my dry skin that is due to ageing. I don't mean that it is not good at all. Anyway, keep up the good work :)

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  3. Thanks for your honest reviews!! :)

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    1. Thank you dear :)
      I promised myself when I started this blog to upload HONEST reviews!
      Not some reviews that praise everything or say only all the bad stuff. Instead just my personal opinions.

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  4. I would probably like to try Innisfree! Totally love it when you review stuff that are of good quality and yet affordable! ♡
    I've seen belif products too, but have never tried them personally (: shall keep them in mind!

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    1. Thank you Emeline! I think that the best part about Korean Cosmetic, Good Quality and cheap! Certainly kind towards student wallets XD
      Do check out Belif products I find them very professional!

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    2. Hehe, sure thing! Will check out Belif! I'm currently using Laneige's water bank gel cream! (:

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    3. Lanege water bank gel cream is great too!
      But I'm sure Laneige is more of refreshing light and yet hydrating type and Belif is more for people who lives in the cold and needs stronger barrier for the skin =p~

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