NARUKO Rose and Snow Fungus Classic Hydrating Night Gelly is formulated for dehydrated skin thanks to the perfect combination of the essential Oils of Bulgarian Rose, Palmrosa, Rose Wood and Green Citrus. It also contains moisturizing agents and CE to irrigate skin form inside out during nighttime, correcting dryness, fine lines and visible pores.
Retain skin’s hydrophilic-lipophilic balance
Correct dehydrated and delicate skin
Enable supply, dewy and healthy skin
Prevent aging and smooth away fine lines
Reduce visible pores and firm up skin
Main Ingredients :
Snow Fungus Extract : Softens skin
CE Booster : Promotes healthy skin
Hyaluronic Acid : Forms hydrating barrier on the skin
Phytoferulin : Improves the skin's defense
Naruko, fast becoming one of my favourite drugstore brands for skincare has this interesting name coined as "Gelly" instead of jelly for some of the products. This night gelly was in a set of trio which I bought in Taiwan some time back. It has been my night moisturiser for the past 3 months.
The hydrating gelly comes in a round container with a small spatula for hygenic scooping purposes. The box can be re-used as a namecard holder after some manipulation using the instructions provided.
A fan of gel texture, I like the night gelly for its cooling, refreshing and glooey feel which is a wonderful treat when my skin is battling dehydration after a day's work in an air-conditioned office.
It has an uplifting scent of rose and even though the glooey texture did leave a sticky feel on the skin, its not greasy at all. It is gentle and provides the much needed moisture I needed, leaving my skin soft and supple the following day. Please note that I do not sleep in air-conditioned room at night and the gelly suits me fine.
I brought it along to to a short Bali trip where the sun is scorching hot in the afternoon and the night is spent sleeping in an air-conditioned room. The gelly did help to prevent further moisture loss. There were no flakiness the following morning, however I could see the skin surface was still abit dehydrated as my make-up did not glide on well.
When I first bought this item, I thought it was meant to be a night moisturiser, based on the name. However, on the website, the description of it seemed to be that of a overnight sleeping mask although its not depicted specifically. Nevertheless, in my case, I am currently using it as a night moisturiser, after a toner.
The 60ml size retails for $21.90. You can read more about the usage here.
Source : Sasa