Quick Review: Aestura Peeling Gel |Charis

If you are hearing AESTURA for the first time, don’t worry because I myself haven’t heard it before and that’s one thing I like about Chairs, they really give indie brands to show case their product.

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AESTURA is a Korean brand that takes pride in providing beauty products that is based on medical expertise continuous research.

This peeling gel is under their ATOBARRIER 365 line which is suitable for sensitive and dry skin. This peeling gel is said to be highly moisturizing and contains lipid-like structure.

My thoughts:

  • I was a bit scared to try it at first because I was taken aback with it’s strong alcohol like scent.
  • It has a creamy white color and when you rub it into your skin you could feel a tiny particles that gently exfoliates the skin.
  • Scent aside, this peeling gel is very gentle on the skin and really gives a moisturized feeling after. It also leaves a soft and supple skin.
  • This was made for those with dry skin but even I with oily skin enjoyed using this. It didn’t make me more oily.

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I would definitely recommend this with dry and sensitive skin just a little warning with the scent. This is really gentle and highly moisturizing.

For those who wants to try this out, this is available on my Charis Shop and link is below.

Xoxo, 

Roseanne ❤



 

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Shop: https://hicharis.net/_heyitsmeroseanne/-/shop

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