LITS Shape Moist Serum 30ml
For well-moisturised bouncy skin
With two plant stem cell-derived components. You can feel the moisture effect as you feel the elasticity and your fingers bounce when you touch your skin.
Water, BG, Kudamono Tokusei Fruit Extract, Pomegranate Fruit Extract, Water Soluble Collagen, Hydrolyzed Collagen, Crismum Maritime Callus Culture Medium, Eringimum Marimus Callus Culture Medium, Saccharomyces Soluble Extract, Yeast Extract, Hydrolyzed Hyaluronic Acid, Glucosyl hesperidin, otanenin root extract, hydrogenated lecithin, water soluble collagen crosspolymer, gold, ricin HCl, histidine HCl, arginine, pullulan, taurine, glutamic acid, glycine, leucine, serine, valine, aspartate Na, threonine, alanine, isoleucine , Allantoin, phenylalanine, proline, xanthan gum, almond extract, ethylhexyl glycerin, carbomer, hydroxide K, (acrylates / alkyl (C10-30)) crosspolymer, polyquaternium-51, glycerin, cellulose gum, sodium bicarbonate, tyrosine , Inosinic acid 2Na, guanylic acid 2Na, phenoxyethanol
How to use:
After facial cleansing, prepare your skin with lotion, take an appropriate amount (approximate large pearl grain size), grind gently over your face and let it blend.
I bought one bottle of the lits moist lotion to test since I noticed that it contained ceramides. I am currently drawn to ceramide containing products at the moment. I opened the bottle during late summer and it had a thick viscous consistency. It was too tacky and sticky when I applied it to my skin during the hot humid summer months last year. It caused me to have some mild breakout since it was too rich of a consistency so I decided to set it aside for the meantime during the summer. As winter time came around I decided to use it again as a body moisturizer instead. I still have about one quarter left to use up of this highly moisturizing lotion. It becomes less sticky and tacky if you apply it onto wet damp skin after getting out of the shower. That’s just based on my own personal experience. You can test out this product for yourself to see if you’ll have the same outcome as me.