A petit-price delight, Naturie Hatomugi Skin Conditioning Gel is used as a moisturising serum after toner and before milky lotion. It can also be applied generously to the skin and used as a gel pack.
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Naturie Hatomugi Skin Conditioning Gel
Naturie Hatomugi Skin Conditioning Gel can also be used as a face pack.
Apply a generous amount of gel to the skin, but not too little or too much - it's difficult to say, may be enough that it feels “too much”. Wait for 5 minutes, then Press down lightly with the palm of the hand and allow to penetrate.
If it remains too much, massage it into the neck and décolleté, or tissue it off!
It is a very, very plump gel with a fresh texture and is not sticky, which is the secret to its popularity.
*I only use skin lotion for sensitive skin from MIJI. For extremely dry patches of skin, I use Olive Virgin Oil from DHC. To prevent stretch marks, I use MUJI skin lotion and Naturie Hatomugi Skin Conditioning Gel.
How People Feel About Skin Conditioning Gel
*It moisturizes the skin throughout the night, until the morning!
*You do not need to use that much gel because it spreads so well. It comes at a really good price so you don’t have to worry your purse.
*You can use it for targeting dry skin and also as a body lotion.
We Highly Recommend Naturie Hatomugi Skin Conditioning Gel
Naturie Hatomugi Skin Conditioning Gel is fragrance-free, alcohol-free, colour-free and is very skin-friendly. It’s suitable for all skin types, including oily complexions. Whether you’re tackling tough dry spots or you just fancy changing up your daily skin lotion, why not give Hatomugi Moisture Gel a whirl? You shan’t be disappointed!
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