Review: Skinfood Watery Berry Blending Cream

15. May 2013
Hello ♥
Another short review on Skinfood’s Watery Berry Blending Cream, based on samples of this product that I got. This interesting product consists of two components, a gel and a cream, and claims to be very moisturizing. The idea is: by mixing the two components together by yourself, you can customize the cream to your needs.
The product is described in the following text by Skinfood:
Watery Berry Blending Cream is a blendable cream that promotes soft, glowing skin with berry extracts and sodium hyaluronate.  Custom-blend the hydrating clear gel and nourishing cream core depending on your skin type and condition.
After serum/emulsion application, dispense the clear gel and cream in a 2:1 ratio on the back of your hand.  Mix well and apply to skin.  Adjust the blending ratio according to your needs.
Berries Story: Cloudberries, lingonberries, and raspberries from Lapland, a region famous for its Santa Claus Village, provide superior antioxidant properties.
Sodium hyaluronate Story: Sodium hyaluronate holds up to 30 times its volume in water, transforming dry skin into a soft, glowing texture.
I wish I could translate the description for you. Especially the part where they compare this cream to the royal honey cream. If anyone is able to translate I’ll be happy if he mails me or comments :D
The sample looks like this: it is made from two sachets, each containing one of the components. One sample contains enough for about two applications. Although I must admit that it is really difficult to get a 2:1 ratio by pushing out the sample from the sachet. The jar might be easier to handle…:D
 You can accustom this cream to your need, depending on your skin type. If you have dry skin, you mix more of the cream core, the so called “nutrition core” and if you have oily skin you mix more of the gel or “transparent cream”. I like the idea of customizing your cream by yourself. ♥
The cream feels nice on the skin. Because of the gel-like part it is really bendable and nice in its feeling on the skin. It needs some time to absorb, but afterwards it is possible to apply BB cream or similar above without flaking or caking. It is usable at night, too…At least it worked for me, hehe. It is a nice moisturizer and makes your skin feel supple, too. If anybody with oily skin has tried out Skinfood’s Watery Berry Blending Cream, I’d like to know if it worked out for them, too. Btw, the cream has a nice sweet and fruity smell, but it doesn’t linger too long, nor does it become unpleasant.
The full sized product comes in a jar, I don’t know if they provide a spatula, but according to the advertising picture it should have one. The jar contains 50 g of product and costs on W2beauty for US$ 25.60. If you use my link or the sponsor code 088505 for registration at W2Beauty you’ll get a 5.00 $ voucher after registration.
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  • Reply Misa Lee 15. May 2013 at 9:54

    That’s really cute. Do you have dry skin? It seems good
    But well skin food products are alway good ^^ I’ve never heard this one though… So thank you for this review ^^

    • Reply Fräulein Schnee 15. May 2013 at 10:11

      I’ve dry skin…especially since the weather doesn’t get warmer here :'(
      I love Skinfood products, too ^_^

  • Reply Carmen C 15. May 2013 at 11:18

    That’s is really unique. Haven’t seen creams like that before where you have to mix two components.
    Very interested in trying this out now!

    • Reply Fräulein Schnee 15. May 2013 at 11:26

      It’s also unique that both components are in one jar in the full size product. I was happy I had the samples for this cream.

  • Reply katy white 15. May 2013 at 19:14

    Was looking at this online last night while I was looking at things to add to my new skincare regime and wasn’t too sure about it . I do have oily skin so I might get a sample and let you know how it goes :) x

    • Reply Fräulein Schnee 15. May 2013 at 23:13

      Oh!I’m really curious how it will work for you. You have to tell me definetely :D

  • Reply Grace Hui 16. May 2013 at 1:35

    I just want the move to end haha I’m sick of seeing boxes everyday but honestly I don’t want to just settle for any bookshelf :) so I’ll take my time.

    Woo skinfood! I’ve heard of them but never tried :) I hear they’re a korean brand no?


    • Reply Fräulein Schnee 16. May 2013 at 8:53

      I can totally understand! It’s better if you take your time…believe me ot not, I still have two boxes left from my moving two years ago…but I didn’t find any appropiate storage solution for the content..haha

      You should try Skinfood products.They are really good. And yes, they’re korean.

  • Reply ☆*:.。.With ❤ Tiffany.:*☆ 16. May 2013 at 7:55

    Ooh, it looks so luxurious and healthy for your skin, as most things from Skin Food are haha it would be perfect for the summer :D

    • Reply Fräulein Schnee 16. May 2013 at 8:54

      Thanks for your comment. I absolutely agree. I love Skinfood. Hihi

  • Reply Inge Lakawa 16. May 2013 at 17:39

    oh i think i need this product >.< whatever i use it always looks cakey >.<

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    • Reply Fräulein Schnee 16. May 2013 at 20:52

      You should try it out and tell me if it works for you!:D thanks for the comment!

  • Reply Iqbal Prasetyo 22. May 2013 at 1:06

    ah.. I do have the sampe product but kinda confusing to use this one, because the ” blending name XD ” thanks for sharing ~

    • Reply Fräulein Schnee 22. May 2013 at 8:24

      I agree, this name is really confusing. It took me some research until I figured out how to use and that the watery berry cream and the blending cream are the same product :D

  • Reply Dana 7. January 2016 at 17:08

    Is it ok to use other brand of toner before applying the cream?

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