REVIEW | Mamonde Blue Chamomile Soothing Cream Repair

The first time I saw this creme, in my mind I thought it was the same with Klairs Midnight Blue calming cream. But turned out they’re not! They both use azulene extracts from chamomile flowers which I believe are known for its great soothing functions. That is why chamomile are widely used in every soothing products.

As soon as I saw this Mamonde blue Chamomile Soothing Cream Repair, I was intrigued to know its specialties are and what can it do for my skin. This way I may be able to share the difference between this cream and Klairs.

The first part that I noticed is this cream is not in blue colour! That is the most obvious part about it. This cream comes in a thick and milky consistency but all I can say is that this cream is lot lighter than Klairs Midnight Calming cream. It absorbs much quicker too and the best part is the cream can be layered with another products. I can wear essence, serums and even ampoules before applying this cream as the last step in my routines while Klairs is a lot thicker and cannot be layered with much products before wearing it as the last steps.

It is also has a milder scent than Klairs. It has a beautiful flowery scent since Mamonde is a brand that is famous for their usage of flower in every product they create. I love this scent more than Klairs one because it’s calmer with a fresh scent while Klairs one are a bit strong for the nose.

This cream is packed with 5 types of Hyaluronic Acids which is General Hyaluronic acid, 3D Hyaluronic Acids, Fine Hyaluronic Acids, super Hyaluronic acids, and lastly Ultrafine Hyaluronic Acid. These types of different acids work differently as their molecular sizes act at different stages into the skin for deeper and more moisturizing sensations to the skin barrier. This cream claims to have 96.7% Redness Relief from External Factor, 96.6% Skin Dryness Relief and 100% overall satisfaction. Hence, the azulene and 5 types of Hyaluronic acids?? What more can you ask for?

This cream is also free from 7 harmful ingredients such as animal ingredients, polyacrylamide, triethanolamine, imidazolidinyl urea, synthetic colour, PEG surfactant, and parabens. These ingredients may cause harm to the skin and health as well. I am glad that this cream are super informative about its product safety.

Ingredients
Water / aqua / eau, propanediol, glycerin, phenyl trimethicone, stearyl dimethicone, 1,2-hexanediol, methyl trimethicone, niacinamide, hydroxyethyl acrylate/sodium acryloyldimethyl, taurate copolymer, pca dimethicone, glyceryl polymethacrylate, polymethylsilsesquioxane, erythritol, hydrogenated poly(c6-14 olefin), acrylates/c10-30 alkyl acrylate crosspolymer, octadecene, tromethamine, hexyldecyl myristoyl methylaminopropionate, glyceryl caprylate, malachite extract, sorbitan isostearate, ethylhexylglycerin, disodium edta, butylene glycol, adenosine, stearic acid, hydroxypropyl bispalmitamide mea, mannitol, madecassoside, iris ensata extract, alcohol, fragrance / parfum, sucrose, beta-glucan, acrylates/ammonium methacrylate copolymer, chamomilla recutita (matricaria) flower extract, cholesterol, silica, sodium hyaluronate, pullulan, rosa canina fruit extract, zein, tocopherol, hydrolyzed hyaluronic acid, sodium hyaluronate crosspolymer, pectin, hyaluronic acid, indole acetic acid, sodium acetylated hyaluronate, citric acid

My Review
I am so glad I found this cream even if I don’t suffer too much redness on my skin. But the way that it leaves my skin feeling moisturised and smooth without feeling tacky is all that I wish for in one products. It helps to reduce my skin moisture loss and the best thing is I don’t see any flakes besides my nose anymore after using this cream. I am truly glad I found this products!

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Mamonde Blue Chamomile Soothing Repair Cream

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