Best Pick: Mizu no Tenshi Skin Treatment Gel

Best Pick Mizu no Tenshi Skin Treatment Gel

I thought that I’ve written this review a long time ago. I can’t really understand why I didn’t, or if I did, where it has gone! Mizu no Tenshi Skin Treatment Gel has been one of my staple beauty products for years. It’s a great option for those who would like a very lightweight, non-oily moisturiser that will deeply hydrate and soothe the skin in an uncomplicated way.

This not-so-little moisturiser (pictured is the 150g tub) has been formulated for all skin types, but it is especially suited for oily or combination but at the same time easily aggravated. Its light, alcohol-free formula contains sodium hyaluronate and trehalose to help rebalance and rehydrate the skin, and dipotassium glycyrrhizate and allantoin for a soothing and calming effect. It’s an absolute gem when your skin has been crazy and just want to take everything back down to basics.

Best Pick Mizu no Tenshi Skin Treatment Gel inside

This hydrating gel absorbs perfectly into the skin to freshen and give instant relief without adding any heavy layers of product, so perfect for a one-step routine to get angry skin back on track or for an extra moisture-boost over a serum. If you have dry skin then you may find that it doesn’t cut the mustard on its own — Dr.Ci:Labo Aqua-Collagen-Gel has an extremely nice texture and is heftier. It’s not that it’s mattifying or tightening, it’s just that it disappears straight into the skin after application and doesn’t have any residue or slip that gives you that plump, juicy feel. But for normal, oily, or combination skins, this is perfect! It gives skin just enough hydration if you need something uncomplicated to layer over treatment serums or to pop on after cleansing.

The Mizu no Tenshi Skin Treatment Gel comes in a 50g, 150g, and 250g jar. The medium-sized 150g is ¥3,619 in drugstores across Japan. You can also get it HERE from Amazon.com for US$25.84+.

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Motselisi
Motselisi
5 years ago

Quick question: are emulsions, creams and treatment gels all moisturizers? And if they are, is there any difference between them other than the name they go by? Hope you don’t mind me asking you so many questions.

Motselisi
Motselisi
5 years ago
Reply to  Ratzilla

Thank you!

Jehs
Jehs
7 years ago

Is this safe for pregnant women?

angie
angie
7 years ago

Hi can u let me knw where i can find this product in tokyo?

chiao
chiao
7 years ago

I’d love to try this one but I’m afraid it would clog my pores instantly, as almost ALL gel formulation cosmetics do.

Barbara
Barbara
7 years ago

From the ingredients list, it has Placental Extract in it. May I know what’s that?

Thank you.

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