Liquid care vs classic moisturisers

Moisturiser, serum, essence, and cosmetic water! There is only so much you can remember before something new comes up in the market. The skincare industry is constantly evolving and with so many products available today, it is easy to get overwhelmed. Read on to know more about the new revolution in the skincare world, liquid care, and how they are different from classic moisturisers.

Straight from heart of Japanese salons, liquid care AKA cosmetic water has taken beauty routines by storm. Why? Because these treatments are ultra-moisturising! And we all know that moisturised skin means a flawless complexion. Liquid care's a no-brainer that leaves us with beautiful, even-toned skin and combats the appearance of lines, wrinkles and liver spots.

So it goes without saying that any treatment guaranteed to deeply moisturise our skin is well worth its weight in gold! What's more liquid care treatments have been adapted to suit all our needs - brightening, anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, anti-pollution, anti-ageing. Like the L’Oréal Paris Revitalift Crystal Micro-Essence. Its active ingredients like brightening salicylic acid accelerates skin renewal and mildly exfoliates to refine pores and skin texture. The Revitalift Micro-Essence penetrates up to 10 skin layers to reveal your bright, glowing and youthful skin.

Classic creams contain 2/3 oil and 1/3 enriched water, whereas liquid care treatments contain 2/3 water and 1/3 oil. In other words they gorge our skin with more water than oil. The result? A light, aqueous gel that turns to water the moment it touches our skin. And that's not all. Their high water content means they're rapidly absorbed by our skin, leaving it instantly more comfortable and protected by a thin film that doesn't feel sticky. Plus their texture allows active ingredients to deeply penetrate our skin and keep it moisturised all day long. They're perfect for younger skin, which craves water rather than the nourishing, lipid-rich treatments designed for mature skin.