After Using Purito Centella Green Level Buffet Serum for 1 Week…

Purito Centella Green Level Buffet Serum

I stopped using Purito Centella Green Level Buffet Serum a while ago. But my face has been getting really red from dryness. I’m still trying to find a moisturizer that works on my skin. Vanicream wrecked my skin. Since this isn’t a heavy moisturizer, I thought I would give it a chance again. My face was feeling itchy and taut. Ugh! I couldn’t put up with it anymore. I was looking through my skin care products and noticed I still have Purito Centella Green Level Buffet Serum…so why not. So this serum is supposed to enhance skin barrier repair and reduce inflammation. It contains Centella Asiatica Extract (49%) and Panthenol to soothe irritated skin caused by external environmental stressors and prevent skin inflammation. I’ve been using it for a week. Yes, I lasted a week on it. haha. I guess that’s a good sign. Here’s my experience with Purito Centella Green Level Buffet Serum!

This serum is a gel. It feels hydrating when applied to the skin. Leaves the skin feeling like it’s doing something good for the skin. Skin feels soft and supple afterwards. Sinks into the skin well too. Even though it leaves a slight film behind, after it absorbs into the skin fully, feels like there’s nothing on the skin. This serum does feel hydrating on the skin when first applied, but it’s not a good hydrating serum. It feels drying at times. At the same time, it leaves my skin looking really healthy. I started using Purito Centella Green Level Buffet Serum because my skin was feeling really dry and itchy. I needed something to keep my skin moisturized. I didn’t want to risk using a heavier moisturizer again and breaking out. This seemed to be it.

Does it help with dryness? Kinda. Does it help with redness? Yes! I love the fact that I noticed a reduction in redness in my skin after a day of use. This serum has a calming effect on the skin. I needed something that was able to heal my broken barrier too. This worked! So it helped soothe and strengthen the skin barrier as it claims to do. Awesome! Because not all serums and moisturizers do (just because it’s moisturizing). This serum contains Ceramide NP to help with that. And I’ve used ceramide-based creams that only left my skin congested and irritated. This serum just soaks into my skin and improves it!

This serum also contains centella asiatica extract (49%), niacinamide, panthenol, hydrolyzed collagen, green tea extract, sodium hyaluronate, pepetides, adenosine, and so much more! The ingredients look pretty good! The serum does have a lavender oil smell to it (contains lavender oil), so if you’re sensitive to essential oils, they do have a unscented version of this seurm. I didn’t have a problem with the scented version, so I kept on using it. It hasn’t irritated my skin at all. Also, this product also contains Polyglyceryl-10 Laurate and Polyglyceryl-10 Myristate. If you have fungal acne, this is not for you.


Not yet so far. At one point I thought I had issues with this serum, but it might’ve been caused by another product or products in my routine. I’m looking at you The Ordinary. But yeah, no clogged pores from this serum yet. I hope it stays that way because I’m hoping to officially add this serum into my routine. I needed a nice serum with a bunch of skin care goodies like this one. I really like how it calms my skin and heals my moisture barrier.

✅ Pros

❌ Cons

After a week of using this serum, everything seems to be going well. I haven’t noticed clogged pores from this serum. Thankfully! It’s not the most hydrating serum, but my skin seems to benefit from it. It reduces redness in my skin. Makes my skin look more soft and smooth. Keeps my moisture barrier healthy and happy without feeling heavy on the skin. I know brands like Vanicream and CeraVe have ceramides in their products, but they’re not acne-friendly as people make it out to be. None of their face products work on my acne-prone skin. SO! I like this serum. The ingredients are pretty amazing. For the price and what you get, it’s a good deal! Especially when compared to high end skincare products that costs hundreds of dollars. This 60 mL bottle of serum delivers. Now just as long as it doesn’t break me out! I’m hoping for another good week on this serum! Look out for my new update soon to find out!

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1 Year Review Purito Centella Green Level Eye Cream

Purito Centella Green Level Eye Cream

My last review on an eye cream was iUNIK Propolis Vitamin Eye Cream. Check it out if you haven’t yet! I’ve used Purito Centella Green Level Eye Cream for a very long time. It’s been about a year already. Wow, time sure goes by fast! So this eye cream contains centella asiatica extract (49%), hyaluronic acid, and peptides. The combination of these ingredients is supposed to help improve skin’s texture and elasticity. Help to moisturize and nourish the eye area. Decrease the appearance of large pores. That’s not something I have to worry about because I don’t have large pores under my eyes. But, I’m looking for something that moisturizes the eye area and keeps it soft. And hopefully it helps with skin texture, fine lines, and wrinkles too. After a year of using this eye cream, did this product work? Here are my thoughts on this eye cream! Read on!

This eye cream is a cream (what it’s called). Not a gel-cream but a true cream. It feels lightweight and moisturizing when applied to the skin. It feels gentle and soft on the skin. It’s very easy to use. It glides on the eye area smoothly and nicely with little effort. One of the eye creams I have that just blends into the under eyes so well. Leaves the skin around the eyes soft, moist, and hydrated. This is something I really like. No wonder why I’ve been using it for a year. And I’ve gone though only one tube too. So it lasts for quite some time. I mean, it’s been a year, I haven’t stopped using it, lol. I’m only on my second tube now, which I still have a lot of product left. I can’t believe I’m not done with it yet. That’s pretty awesome.

With this eye cream, I didn’t notice a reduction in fine lines or wrinkles or an improvement in my dark under eye circles, but it does make a good eye moisturizer. Honestly, even though it doesn’t do any of that, I still like it anyways. It just leaves my under eyes so freaking moisturized. It also contains ingredients, such as centella asiatica extract, hyaluronic acid, and peptides. Who knows if it’s doing anything until years later. It doesn’t hurt to keep it around. At least it doesn’t dry my skin out. Keeping the under eye area moisturized isn’t a bad thing after all. Also, this eye cream is pretty affordable. So, I like it for what it is. It’s affordable and lasts forever. It works similarly to the more expensive eye creams I’ve used. I think I’m going to keep it around.

The eye cream comes sealed like this.

Purito Centella Green Level Eye Cream

This is what it looks like…

Purito Centella Green Level Eye Cream

✅ Pros

❌ Cons

This is another eye cream I’m using in my eye care routine. It doesn’t do much for fine lines and wrinkles or dark under eye circles, but it keeps my under eye area very moisturized. Perhaps that moisturization is helping with fine lines and wrinkles in years to come. So I guess it kind of helps with fine lines and wrinkles. Preventing it from looking dry and more noticeable. Still not doing much for those dark under eye circles, but that’s ok. I decided to keep using it due to how affordable it is. I’m looking forward to my future results with this eye cream. Whenever that may be, lol. Not a bad eye cream at all.

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Review: Purito From Green Cleansing Oil

Purito From Green Cleansing Oil

I finally finished my bottle of iUNIK Calendula Complete Cleansing Oil and started another cleansing oil. I’ve had this one for a while. I’ve just placed it in the corner until I’m ready to use it again. Since I’m done with iUNIK Calendula Complete Cleansing Oil, I’m ready to try it out again! The cleansing oil I’m using now is Purito From Green Cleansing Oil. Since my skin is at its vulnerable state, I have to be extremely gentle and baby my skin. I thought this cleansing oil would be a really good choice, since it’s olive oil based. From what I remember, it’s a thicker, richer cleansing oil. And that’s something my skin really needs at the moment. Just slathering a bunch of heavy, rich, ultra-moisturizing products on my face for the time being until my skin heals. So the purpose of this cleansing oil is to remove heavy, oily makeup and sunscreen. It helps to break down makeup, impurities, sebum deep within the pores. That sounds perfect! I’ve had this cleansing oil for months, but I’ve only been using it for less than a week. Here are my thoughts on this cleansing oil so far! I hope this is helpful! Read on!

This cleansing oil comes out thick, heavy, and rich. Just like how I remember it. It’s olive oil based. The first ingredient in this product is Olive Fruit Oil. The product is green in color. Just like the packaging. It comes in a 200 mL bottle. It’s not a super affordable cleansing oil compared to the other ones I’ve used. But, let’s try it out anyways since I have it. I take 1-2 pumps of this cleansing oil and apply it to my skin. Since it’s thicker in consistency, it makes it difficult to move it across the face. Sometimes I add a pump of my own oil (not a cleansing oil), so the product glides across my skin much easier and smoother. I’m currently using organic hemp oil. Read more about it here!

When applied to the skin, it feels thick in texture and consistency. Since my skin is in need of products that are heavy and super moisturizing. This fits the bill. It feels very moisturizing on the skin while cleansing the skin, but it doesn’t do a good job at removing makeup, especially my eye makeup (mascara, water-proof eyeliner). I haven’t found a cleansing oil that works at removing makeup very well yet. After rinsing the cleansing oil off of the skin, it does leave a creamy, white residue behind on the skin. I don’t recommend using this cleansing oil alone to cleanse the skin, especially if you have skin that’s prone to breakouts. I recommend following up with a facial cleanser. That’s what I do every time. Make sure I remove every single trace of the cleansing oil off of my facial skin to prevent breakouts from happening.

So this cleansing oil does contain other ingredients too, such as sunflower seed oil, jojoba oil, sweet almond oil, and grapeseed oil. It also contains surfactants to help aid the removal of oils when rinsing the cleansing oil off of the facial skin. The only ingredient in this product I’m afraid of is caprylic/capric triglyceride. As someone with breakout-prone skin, I avoid this ingredient majority of the time unless the product works for me. So far, it’s been a terrible ingredient for my skin type. But, fortunately, this is a cleansing oil, and it’s not left on my skin for very long. It gets rinsed off after gently massaging it into my skin to remove makeup, debris, sebum, and sunscreen. I haven’t had any issues as of yet. So far, it’s working for me. And I love the fact that it doesn’t irritate my skin and feels so darn moisturizing, especially when my skin needs to heal.

✅ Pros

❌ Cons

I really liked Purito From Green Cleansing Oil. It contains oils that work on my skin, such as olive oil (love this one!), almond oil (a bit on the thicker side but doesn’t irritate my skin), sunflower oil, jojoba oil, and grapeseed oil. It does contain caprylic/capric triglyceride, which is coconut-derived, so I don’t know if this is the cleansing oil for me in the long run. But, so far, everything has been going well besides it not being able to remove my eye makeup completely. I need to use another oil to help with that. With this cleansing oil, I haven’t had any breakouts from it yet. I hope I don’t get any breakouts. Since my skin needs a lot of nourishment and conditioning, this cleansing oil is working very well on my skin. It moisturizes, conditions, and feels very soothing on the skin while my skin heals. After this experience, it’s not so bad as I thought it was! This one could work well for the cooler, colder months. But I’m not sure if I’ll pick up another bottle when I finish it, since it’s a little pricey for the amount of product. Right now, it’s good, it works. I wish it was more affordable. I still think my organic hemp oil works better, and it’s less expensive. I think I’m going to stick with that.

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