Review: Bell Flower Heart Leaf Houttuynia Treatment Serum

I recently posted a separate blog post about the new brand BELL FLOWER  and today is the day that I’m going to share my thoughts about their Heartleaf Houttuynia treat serum and after this I am also going to post my review on their Idebenone brightening serum. I did try this for over a month to really see the effects properly since it is a treatment serum.

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It calms the sensitive skin caused by external stimuli and changes the skin to health. Unclogs unnecessary sebum and keratin, cleanses skin tone, and helps to lighten dark and dull skin.

Heartleaf is known to be rich in anti-oxidants and anti-inflammatory properties. Aside from skin benefits this also has a lot of medical and culinary use.

Price: $28.00 or Php 1,400

Weight: 50ml


A treatment serum that has calming and moisturizing effect. This serum contains Houttuynia cordata extract (4.4%) that is sooths sensitive skin and responsible for oil-balance, Centeall Asiatica extract that is responsible for wound healing and anti-wrinkle, Rosemary leaf oil which is responsible for giving radiance and suppleness to the skin.

Full ingredients includes: Water, Butylene glycol, Houttuynia cordata extract(4.4%), Alcohol, 1,2-Hexanediol, Ammonium acryloyldimethyltaurate/VP Copolymer, C12-14 Pareth-12, Allantoin, Rosmarinus officinalis (Rosemary) leaf oil, Disodium EDTA, Centella asiatica extract

This serum comes in a light brown color and has an herb like scent to it but very mild.

Packaging: This serum comes in a matte finish glass bottle with a dropper. This also comes with a box with the product information such as ingredient list and of course product description.

How to use:  Apply a few drops of the serum onto your face before you apply your moisturizer. I personally drop the serum onto my fingers first before applying it to my face so that the dropper doesn’t get contaminated.



  • I like how the serum is very light and has an oil like feeling to it. Not too keen on the herb scent but I noticed that it does fade overtime.
  • It really does leave a slight tacky feeling and I blame the whether here in the Philippines because I only experience that tacky feeling on my AM routine when most of the day I don’t have my AC on. At my PM routine though, when my AC is on, this serum doesn’t leave that tacky feeling and gets absorb by the skin quickly.
  • My skin has been sensitive lately and this really helps calm down those irritation.
  • I noticed that when I include this in my routine, my skin would be less oily the next morning my skin would feel more plump.

Final thoughts:

This has been my go-to serum whenever I feel my face is really irritated and needs an extra boost of nutrient.  A little goes a long way for this serum so I think I can use this for a couple more months therefore I can conclude that this a good serum to invest on.


Roseanne ❤






Product was sent to me by BELL FLOWER
All pictures are mine unless otherwise stated
Opinions are 100% honest to goodness
What works for me might not work for you and vice versa

2 thoughts on “Review: Bell Flower Heart Leaf Houttuynia Treatment Serum

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  1. I love that you waited to write your review to really grasp what the serum does and how you react to it! I am more of a toner type (Have you tried the Pyungkang Yul Essence Toner? It’s absolutely divine) but when reading reviews like yours I kind of feel like I should use more serums, even if it is just to see what it does to my skin…
    I like that you included the scent aspect – I really don’t like herbal scents, they just irritate my nose, so maybe if there is a scentless version of it, it would suit me better ❤


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