Quick Review: Dermatology Madeca 21 Tecasol Cream | Charis

This year, I believe that Cica or Centella Asiatica has been my skin’s best friend. My skin has been loving every Cica cream I have tried so far and that is because Cica is really meant to sooth and repair irritated skin. Today I’m going to share another cica cream that I have been loving, this cream is made up of the highest quality of Centella Asiatica from Madagascar.


The Dermatology Madeca 21 is a Korean brand that focuses on producing skincare products from the best Centella Asiatica. Most, if not all, of their products has a Cica extract in them. For the Tecasol cream, it has 53%  tirated Centella Asiatica extract, this cream is also said to be Hypoallergenic tested and acne improvement tested.

The cream has an herb scent to it and it is white in color. It is in a plastic tube that is very convenient,however, the hole on the tube is just too big for my liking and that sometimes I squeeze at too much because of how big the hole is.

It is very light on the skin but leaves a very silky velvet feeling that took me a couple of tries to get used to. When it completely dries, it leaves a dewy finish. Also, I would like to add that a little really goes a long a way with this cream.

What I totally love about this cream is that it really makes my face feel and look smoother! It also makes my face look brighter the next day.

Overall, it is really a great cream and I would highly recommend this to everyone but again the very velvet finish will take you a couple of tries to get used too especially of you are that type of person who is used to the dewy and matte finish.

You can get this on my CHARIS SHOP










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