Pure Heals Propolis 90 Ampoule


From what I've read, propolis is big in the world of skin care right now. At least, when it comes to Korean cosmetics, it is. Many Korean brands have launched their propolis ampoule with high percentage of propolis extract and the one I'm reviewing today is Pure Heals Propolis 90 Ampoulea honey luminous ampoule that contains 90% of propolis extract.

I received the ampoule from BNT news October beauty box. I've briefly introduced the project on this blog before, but doing it once more won't hurt - BNT news is a Korean beauty/fashion/lifestyle and entertainment source. They are also introducing Korean beauty products by sending their bloggers a beauty box every month. This month I received mostly skin care items that will be reviewed on my blog soon. :)


But first, let's see what's so great about Propolis 90 Ampoule. The main ingredient of this amoule is propolis (90%) that is collected by bees and used to construct the hive. Propolis has strong antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties on skin. 'Helps to protect skin & relieve sensitive skin problems' is what it claims to do on the package.

As I already said there are many different propolis ampoules available on Korean skin care market. The one from Pure Heals actually falls under the 'budget friendly' category, which is not necessarily a bad thing! Take a look at it's ingredients:

Propolis Extract, Aloe Vera Leaf Water, Niacinamide, PEG-40 Hydrogenated Castor Oil, Hydroxyethyl Cellulose, Sodium Polyacrylate, 1,2-Hexanediol, Honey Extract, Sodium Hyaluronate, Butylene Glycol, Caprylyl Glycol, Algin, Caramel, Adenosine, Illicium Verum Fruit Extract, Argan Oil, Rose Flower Oil, Sunflower Seed Oil, Peppermint Leaf Oil, Cardamom Oil, Thyme Oil, Clove Leaf Oil, Vetiver Root Oil, Lemongrass Oil, Scented Geranium Flower Oil, Lavender Oil, Orange Peel Oil

Niacinamide - can improve skin’s elasticity, dramatically enhance its barrier function, help erase discolorations and revive skin’s healthy tone and texture.

Adenosinea good anti-inflammatory ingredient. Adenosine is present in our cells and functions as a cell-communicating ingredient that supports healthy cellular activity.

All-in-all, the ingredient list looks pretty good! There's no alcohol in this product & only one possible acne trigger, Butylene Glycol, which is widely used in cosmetics. For more information about the ingredients visit CosDNA



Despite all the plant oils in there, it doesn't feel oily & leaves my skin moist and dewy. It's too early to see major signs of wrinkle improvement & whitening, but I think it feels very soothing, heals quite effectively and softens skin well. So it's a lovely extra treatment for skin that can come in handy during wintertime.

The product comes in a 30ml honey yellow glass bottle with a dropper system. The liquid itself is transparent & in my opinion, has mild honey-like scent on skin. 


Final verdict & where to buy? 

In conclusion, I liked this product & would warmly recommend it! :) If you're interested in trying it out for yourself, you can buy the 30ml bottle from Ebay for $34.99.



Have you tried any propolis ampoules?

 
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