Etude House

Etude House


Overall rating
3.8
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68%
would repurchase
3.8
Created with Sketch.
Overall rating
68%
would repurchase

Recent Etude House Reviews

Moistfull Collagen Cream
4.0
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10 hours ago

This is a good mild lightweight moisturizer. I like the feel of it going on and it absorbs well. I have older skin now so I think I need a daily moisturizer with more active ingredients to counter the changes I am seeing. But it would be a great cream for younger skin.

Moistfull Collagen Cream
4.0
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10 hours ago

This is a good mild lightweight moisturizer. I like the feel of it going on and it absorbs well. I have older skin now so I think I need a daily moisturizer with more active ingredients to counter the changes I am seeing. But it would be a great cream for younger skin.


Correct and Care CC Cream SPF30 PA++ 35g (Silky / Glow)

I saw someone on YT use this with the BB cream and her skin looked stunning. I opted for the glowy version(she used the silk one) bc I have dry skin. It’s very very thick. It does give a very nice glow to the skin. I’ve used it as a kind of primer before bb/cushion or mixed with the bb. Either way it feels very heavy and hard to blend, but once it’s on, it makes skin look glowy and soft. However I have to give it a 1 star rating bc it breaks me out terribly!!! I’m talking tiny pimples and clogged pores everywhere, plus random big giant red pimples will pop up randomly. My normally dry t-zone is full of gunk and tiny pimples...and I exfoliate and use pire cleaning products. It’s def this cc cream breaking me out. I’m gonna do some repair work on my skin and go back to my normal primer. It’s a shame this causes such bad acne bc it does look beautiful on.

Correct and Care CC Cream SPF30 PA++ 35g (Silky / Glow)
1.0
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14 days ago

I saw someone on YT use this with the BB cream and her skin looked stunning. I opted for the glowy version(she used the silk one) bc I have dry skin. It’s very very thick. It does give a very nice glow to the skin. I’ve used it as a kind of primer before bb/cushion or mixed with the bb. Either way it feels very heavy and hard to blend, but once it’s on, it makes skin look glowy and soft. However I have to give it a 1 star rating bc it breaks me out terribly!!! I’m talking tiny pimples and clogged pores everywhere, plus random big giant red pimples will pop up randomly. My normally dry t-zone is full of gunk and tiny pimples...and I exfoliate and use pire cleaning products. It’s def this cc cream breaking me out. I’m gonna do some repair work on my skin and go back to my normal primer. It’s a shame this causes such bad acne bc it does look beautiful on.

Sunprise Mild Airy Finish Sun Milk SPF50+ / PA+++

After going through several sunscreens that claimed to be "matte" or "non-greasy" I finally found one that lived up to the hype. I have very oily, sensitive skin and a lot of sunscreens either turn my face red or they make it impossible to wear foundation due to the greasy residue they leave behind. This sunscreen, however, dries VERY matte. I actually like to wear it as a primer even on non-sunny days because it makes my foundation application so smoothe and it controls my oily t-zone. This absorbs nicely into the skin and wears well. I also haven't gotten sunburn once, not even on the boiling hot days I was in direct sunlight. It didn't sweat off me, and it didn't leave a white cast. It photographed well too. Before Sunprise I was using Neutrogena Ultra-Sheer Dry Touch, Australian Gold Tinted Sunscreen and the Shiseido Senka UV Essence Sunblock. The Neutrogena and AG would turn oily on me and cause my makeup to slide off, and the Shiseido didn't dry completely matte. Now I wear the other sunscreens when I'm just doing yard work. If I'm going out and I plan on doing my makeup I absolutely grab the Etude House Sunprise. It keeps me from getting burned and it has the added benefits of controlling my oil and giving my makeup a great base. I ordered mine off Amazon and I always have a backup bottle in my house. I can't go back to the days of makeup sliding off, or looking like I have Vaseline on my face. No burns. No grease. And if it was fragerence free I would've given it five stars.

Sunprise Mild Airy Finish Sun Milk SPF50+ / PA+++
4.0
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16 days ago

After going through several sunscreens that claimed to be "matte" or "non-greasy" I finally found one that lived up to the hype. I have very oily, sensitive skin and a lot of sunscreens either turn my face red or they make it impossible to wear foundation due to the greasy residue they leave behind. This sunscreen, however, dries VERY matte. I actually like to wear it as a primer even on non-sunny days because it makes my foundation application so smoothe and it controls my oily t-zone. This absorbs nicely into the skin and wears well. I also haven't gotten sunburn once, not even on the boiling hot days I was in direct sunlight. It didn't sweat off me, and it didn't leave a white cast. It photographed well too. Before Sunprise I was using Neutrogena Ultra-Sheer Dry Touch, Australian Gold Tinted Sunscreen and the Shiseido Senka UV Essence Sunblock. The Neutrogena and AG would turn oily on me and cause my makeup to slide off, and the Shiseido didn't dry completely matte. Now I wear the other sunscreens when I'm just doing yard work. If I'm going out and I plan on doing my makeup I absolutely grab the Etude House Sunprise. It keeps me from getting burned and it has the added benefits of controlling my oil and giving my makeup a great base. I ordered mine off Amazon and I always have a backup bottle in my house. I can't go back to the days of makeup sliding off, or looking like I have Vaseline on my face. No burns. No grease. And if it was fragerence free I would've given it five stars.