Is it just me? Or lots of you experienced the same thing as me? My skin easily got immune, usually after finishing two of the same skincare product. Weird but true.
That’s why I found a way to alternate between products, just to make sure their effectiveness on my fungal-acne prone skin. So, after finishing one product, I usually move to another brand with similar ingredients and purposes. Then, I’d move back to the old one.
The similarities: both are fungal acne safe and contain water plus butylene glycol.
The difference: Hada Labo only has 7 ingredients, while Somebymi has 22.
Thoughts: they are both mild enough to use everyday as exfoliating toner, but I try to use it every other day to avoid over exfoliating. And usually I just use exfoliating toner at night time.
The similarities: both are fungal acne safe and contain niacinamide, panthenol, sodium hyaluronate and allantoin.
The difference: 2Sol only has 19 ingredients, while Paula’s Choice has 24.
Thoughts: They both will be better if mixed with ampoule or moisturizer, as they might be sticky if stand alone. Both have same clear watery texture.
The similarities: both contain snail secretion filtrate, panthenol, betaine, arginine, butylene glycol and allantoin
The differences: Cosrx only has 12 ingredients, while Benton has 25. Corsx is safe for fungal acne, while Benton (unfortunately) has polysorbate 20 (known as one of fungal acne trigger) in their ingredients list.
Thoughts: Cosrx is more gloopy (literally like snail mucin), while Benton is less gloopy. Unfortunately Benton reformulated this and added Polysorbate 20 in their new formula, so it might not be safe for fungal acne.
PHOTOS: SHINTA ROSVITA