Dear by Enprani Moistfull Booskin Review (with hyaluronic acid and green collagen)

Dear by Enprani Moistfull Booskin review

Dear by Enprani Moistfull Booskin Review

So, while I have sold my soul to the Missha Time Revolution First Treatment Essence, which is literally THE product that both sold me on Asian skincare and has made more difference in my skin than any other single product, I’m also relentlessly fickle, and when I saw the rave reviews of this hydrating toner, particularly from Gothamista, one of my favorite Youtubers, I had to try it (plus, look at that luxurious packaging, *swoon*).


This toner has a rich blend of hyaluronic acid and premium green collagen which effectively delivers moisture deep into the layers of skin. It provides twice the amount of intensive hydration to the skin to revel a more supple, firm texture. It is also specially formulated to supply long-lasting moisture and nourishment to keep the skin healthy and radiant.

Dear by Enprani Moistfull Booskin Review

This is a deeply replenishing, hydrating product that in my view is much closer to an essence rather than a toner, because of the depth of its beneficial ingredients and in particular the thickness of the product. It comes out as a clear, slightly sticky gel that is quite a bit thicker than water and has a bouncy, viscous texture to it that I initially wasn’t certain I liked, and then quickly learned to love. It’s quite a bit thicker than water, but not nearly as thick as a cream, and smells amazing – I’m not quite sure how to describe the scent, it’s not quite floral (I don’t like floral scents), but is sort of rich and fresh bordering on floral. The way I apply it is by pouring directly into the palm of my hand, rubbing my hands together to spread over both, and then patting on skin. It’s just thick enough to not drip over your hands when you pour it, and thin enough that it soaks onto the skin of your face right away.

I didn’t see as immediate results as I did with my Time Revolution, and nearly gave up using this after three days – but after three weeks of use, I saw somewhat dramatic effects. This is not quite as brightening as Time Revolution, but is definitely more hydrating – my skin was freaking out slightly at the start of summer and just seemed to need a change, so I switched to this and have not regretted it once – in future I expect to switch back and forth between this and the Time Revolution throughout the year. The Moistfull Booskin is one of the most replenishing products I’ve ever used – it delivers moisture to the skin that sticks – my skin feels hydrated for nigh on the next 10 hours. It also plumps, nourishes, brightens somewhat, and seems to help smooth skin – my overall skin health has improved by around 20% since I started using this.

It’s also proved to be a gorgeous primer/base for other skincare products – it’s thick enough that I let it soak in for 10-15 minutes prior to applying other products, but once you have, everything else after sinks in so much better than it does without using the Moistfull Booskin. I will say, while I 100% view this as an essence, the toner part holds true in that this should absolutely be the first product you apply to your skin -I found that its benefits were greatly reduced when I applied anything, even serums/sprays, beforehand. To get maximum benefits, use this as a first step product. As a quick note on the ingredients, hyaluronic acid is a great moisture-delivering ingredient that also helps your skin retain its moisture, and collagen plumps and helps fight ageing.

Dear by Enprani Moistfull Booskin is immensely hydrating and nourishing, it “boosts” other skincare products, and the packaging and scent are elegant and gorgeous. What’s not to love?

You can buy this for $20 on Memebox.

Skin Type Recommendations:

I would absolutely recommend this for normal to  dry skin. I’m not certain I would recommend this for oily skin, largely because of the texture – gel products tend to not play well with oily skin, and many people with oily skin opt to go for an acne-fighting toner anyway, rather than a hydrating one.

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