Matahari Matahari
3 months ago

Soon Jung 2X Barrier Intensive Cream- database?

Just started using “Soon Jung 2X Barrier Intensive Cream” as one of my daily moisturising alternatives. This is NOT the Soon Jung Barrier Intensive Cream currently listed in What’s In My Jar’s database, so, I believe that WIMJ’s product/routine evaluation is a bit off. Will try to add this reformulated Soon Jung barrier-support cream to the database. 👈🏽 This routine is one of my adaptations of an evening skin treatment “recipe” from Dr. Vanita Rattan London-based dermatologist. Target problem: Melasma, aka a specific - and stubborn- form of hyperpigmentation. I am Black American ethnicity, with brown skin. Never giving up. I like being fairly methodical, and also like saving money whenever that supports my skin goals.

PM - Once a week
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Fermented Camellia Creamy Cleansing Oil Naturium - Fermented Camellia Creamy Cleansing Oil
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Universal Microbiome Barrier Balancing Cleanser BeautyStat Cosmetics - Universal Microbiome Barrier Balancing Cleanser
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Alpha Arbutin 2% + HA The Ordinary - Alpha Arbutin 2% + HA
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Niacinamide 10% + Zinc 1% The Ordinary - Niacinamide 10% + Zinc 1%
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REGENA C20 VITAMIN C SERUM facetheory.com - REGENA C20 VITAMIN C SERUM
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Granactive Retinoid 5% in Squalane The Ordinary - Granactive Retinoid 5% in Squalane
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AZECLEAR AZELAIC ACID SERUM A15 facetheory.com - AZECLEAR AZELAIC ACID SERUM A15
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Soon Jung Barrier Intensive Cream ETUDE HOUSE - Soon Jung Barrier Intensive Cream
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Thank you for sharing! And special thanks for flagging that we don't have the reformulated product in our database yet - we'll add it ASAP! The new formula looks lovely - fewer ingredients, no common irritants, but packed with moisturizing goodness like sunflower seed oil (rich in very helpful linoleic acid) and shea butter + madecassoside (one of the main antioxidants in centella asiatica plant).

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Great. So, this means that the WIMJ evaluation of this particular evening routine will be adjusted? That will be excellent, thanks so much.

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