The moisturizer has earned itself more than 2,000 "loves," landing among the retailers' highest rated moisturizers. It's made with Jeju green soybean-derived hyaluronic acid, plus the brand's proprietary skin-protecting orchid elixir, which are meant to firm and hydrate skin while also protecting it from environmental stressors. The texture is a jelly that's thick, but not at all sticky. Reviewers swear that it "doesn't make your skin feel greasy," even if you're naturally oily or combination-complected, while those with dry skin say that it soaks in quickly to leave them feeling smooth and soft.
Users aren't the only ones who have given this particular product a stamp of approval: Dermatologists love it too. "This is a nice, basic moisturizer," says New York-based board-certified dermatologist Rachel Nazarian, MD. "It contains hyaluronic acid, which draws in water and improves hydration; niacinamide an anti-inflammatory B vitamin that decreases redness and is great for sensitive skin; and squalane, which helps maintain a healthy barrier."
Since it's got so much going for it, there are a few different ways you can integrate Innisfree Orchid Youth-Enriched Cream into your routine. It works wonderfully on its own as an a.m. or p.m. moisturizer, but if you want to get even more hydration into your parched skin (especially during these dry, dry months), some users like to layer it on underneath a thicker, more occlusive moisturizer to really seal everything in. Try it out for yourself, and maybe you'll wind up being the 2033rd person to "love" it enough to tell the entire Internet.
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