There are several newly created skincare products on the market, including ampoules. Although ampoules resemble serums, they vary in that they are enhanced serums with stronger and more concentrated contents. Ampoules address urgent skin concerns, whereas serums focus on certain skin issues.
The market for Korean skincare products is enormous, and like many other people, I was unaware of the Maxclinic Stem Cell Core Tension Ampoule until I used it. According to Maxclinic, this product contains actual stem cells from red flowers. It is a high-quality concentrated ampoule that increases skin resiliency using a mixture of three different floral stem cell types. This product’s formulation has a quick absorption rate and leaves you feeling hydrated after use.
🌸A highly-concentrated ampoule contains 3 kinds of flower stem cells to strengthen the resilience of skin.
🌸The lightweight formula leaves your skin moist and supple without a sticky feeling.
🌸Formulated with the Organic Calming Complex to protect the skin from external irritants
How To Use
🌸Use after toner.
🌸Apply a moderate amount onto the face, and gently massage the skin along its texture.
Water, Butylene glycol, Glycerin, Niacinamide, 1,2-hexanediol, Panthenol, Glycereth-26, Polyglyceryl-10 laurate, Ammonium acryloyldimethyltaurate/Vpicopolymer, Polyglyceride Reel-10 myristate, portulaca extract, ethylhexyl glycerin, propanediol, hydroxypropylmethylcellulose, glyceryl acrylate/acrylic acid copolymer, sodium hyaluronate crosspolymer, acrylate/C10-30 alkyl acrylate Crosspolymer, adenosine, fragrance, hydrolyzed glycosaminoglycan, damask rose callus culture extract (300ppm), sodium hyaluronate, disodium EDTA, arginine, sunflower seed oil, benzyl gly Cole, caramel, cerulata cherry tree phytoplacenta culture extract (30ppm), hydrolyzed hyaluronic acid, sodium chloride, rose callus culture extract (10ppm)*, white lupine seed extract, red No. 40, green tea extract , Matricaria flower extract, Centella asiatica extract, Red No.227, lavender flower extract, hyaluronic acid, aloe vera leaf extract, raspberry ketone, tocopherol, zanthoxylum fruit extract, usnea extract, palisade flower extract
I was drawn to this product when I noticed it because of its name and color. Despite my lack of brand familiarity, I believed that this product would enhance the beauty of my skin. I’ve never had an ampoule larger than 50ml before, so I anticipate using this one for a long time. This product is lightweight and can be easily absorbed.
The fresh scent of the liquid each time I used this product on my face was something I appreciated. I applied this product twice a day, similar to serums. I had no idea that this one would work better at night. Since I’ve been taking it for over two weeks, my face has seen a significant change. I became hooked on this product and applied an incredible quantity on my face due to how lightweight it was. That’s why my face grew inflamed and redder. Small red bumps started to form all over my face, including my forehead, as my face flared up.
I discontinued the product right away. Actually, I don’t blame the product because I used it incorrectly; instead, I should have allowed my face return to its natural texture before trying to use it again, this time in the proper quantity. I saw that my skin had returned to being sensitive and rough after three days. I could be allergic to some of its ingredients. I don’t know why, but I felt that it would be a waste to simply dump the merchandise in the trash.
I won’t make use of this again improperly. Although I’d want to test stem cell-derived products, this one did not work well for my skin.
💫Though I had poor results with this product, we all have various skin types, thus what works for me may not work for you, and vice versa. So it is always advisable to read comments and reviews on every product that we will use on our skin and to constantly consider our skin type and connect it to the products that we will use to avoid irritation and unfavorable effects.😊😊