Thursday, October 6, 2016

It's Skin Propolis Power 10 Formula #Review | #qdepot

It's Skin Power 10 Formulas are ampoules containing high concentrations of different ingredients. The collection includes ingredients for any skin concern; including Q10 for elasticity, VC for brightening, VB for oil control, LI for soothing, WH for whitening, and more.

Q-Depot, a Korean cosmetics online shop, sent me the Propolis Formula a while back, and I've been testing it out for a few weeks now.

The Propolis Power 10 Formula contains bee propolis, which protects the skin from environmental stress and damage. It's also good for anti-aging and fighting acne-causing bacteria. This ampoule also contains niacinamide, which helps brighten dark spots on the skin.

The Propolis Power 10 Formula comes is a yellow tinted glass bottle with a dropper. The ampoule itself is a cloudy-clear liquid, a bit thicker than water. It has a strong soapy fragrance out of the bottle, but it disappears once on the skin for a couple minutes.

The ampoule absorbs quickly, and leaves a healthy sheen on the skin. There is no residue left behind, but you can tell (by looking at the bottom right photo below) that the skin looks more hydrated afterwards.

I find that this ampoule is nice and lightweight, and easy to incorporate into both my morning and evening routines. The propolis gives a strengthening layer of hydration to my skin leaving it clearer, firmer, and healthier with regular use. If it were a bit less scented I would repurchase.

This item is available for purchase at Q-depot.

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