Haruharu Wonder Honey Green Brilliant Cream is a lightweight gel like cream that absorbs quickly with no tacky dry down. It is lightweight enough for day use but packs the ingredients of a decadent treating night cream, including several synergistic fermented ingredients that promote collagen synthesis.
Why HaruHaru Wonder is Special
This Clean Beauty brand boasts 95% natural origin ingredients, including the highly effective Camellia Japonica is also known as Japanese Camellia or tsubaki. It is the authentic Japanese Camellia seen in brands like Tatcha and SK-II.
It is chemical free, paraben free and cruelty free.
HaruHaru Wonder counteracts environmental stressors, brightens the skin and leaves it dewy and soft. This is done, in part, by the K-Beauty method of using fermented ingredients.
Fermented ingredients such as fermented green tea and Saccharomyces Ferment both protect the skin and rejuvenate. Fermented ingredients also enable better ingredient absorption as they break down ingredient molecules into smaller molecules easier for the skin to absorb. In this regard, Saccharomyces Ferment is a superstar.
Check out this ingredient lineup:
We love how it counteracts the irritation of aHAs or Retinol without feeling greasy or sticky. It goes on well underneath sunscreen with no pilling. Not heavily scented. And it comes in a generously sized container with this adorable little scoop!
We have been using it for a long time and still can’t get over how effective and decadent it is!?
TIP: spread the cream out from the inside of the face outward and upward. After a moment, tap the skin lightly to enhance absorption.
Where to Find It
Find Haruharu Wonder Honey Green Brilliant Cream at haruharuusa.com and YesStyle
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