May 15, 2017 · In a PSA post in the SkincareAddiction subreddit forum, users started sounding off on what they believe is an “exact dupe” to Glossier’s new sunscreen. The “dupe” in question: a gel-serum sunscreen by Korean beauty brand Make P.rem.
It hasn’t even been a full week since Glossier launched its first-ever sunscreen serum, aptly named Invisible Shield, and the people of Reddit are already crying “copycat!” In a PSA post in the SkincareAddiction subreddit forum, users started sounding off on what they believe is an “exact dupe” to Glossier’s new sunscreen. The “dupe” in question: a gel-serum sunscreen by Korean beauty brand …
In a PSA post in the SkincareAddiction subreddit forum, users started sounding off on what they believe is an “exact dupe” to Glossier’s new sunscreen. The “dupe” in question: a gel-serum sunscreen by Korean beauty brand Make P.rem.
For all you people who can’t get glossier in your country/are looking for a cheaper alternative to glossier’s new serums. These are obviously not exact dupes and do have some different ingredients etc. (esp. the dupe for ‘Super Glow’), but they do share the same/or very similar fundamental ingredients and purpose.
Top responsesOne thing to consider is that the Ordinary serums often use hydrogenated castor oil in the base, where the Supers use more silicones. Castor Oil is … read more7 votesThat’s incredible – I don’t care for Glossier, but it’s nice to see cheaper alternatives with such great ingredients. Thank you for sharing!6 votesI am on my second bottle of B5 and tbh, it’s kinda a dud. I am not gonna pay $50 USD for skinceuticals when the ingredients are so cheap. just really want a … read more3 votesdo you like the supers? i’ve been debating getting the set2 votesI love the whole Supers line but am so happy for this cheaper option. Thank you!2 votesI’ll be trying out the Niacinamide 10% serum tomorrow, I’m sooo excited. I like Glossier in general, but I could swear their supers were around $30 at first. No … read more1 voteAlle anzeigen
The Ordinary marula oil is a good dupe. The vitamin C serum is like none other. It’s really hard to do an effective, shelf-stable C serum. That being said The Ordinary 23% Asorbic acid mixed with a little serum/moisturizer works.
Top responsesThe Ordinary marula oil is a good dupe. The vitamin C serum is like none other. It’s really hard to do an effective, shelf-stable C serum. That being said The … read more23 votesI am looking at the whole line. Thinking of switching my skincare routine. I was thinking of buying a kit. But I was looking for people who have actually used it … read more7 votesI have almost the whole line (minus the sunscreen, lip balm, eye serum, marula oil, and cleansing bars) and it’s changed my skin drastically. Granted, I … read more7 votesMy experience with some DE products: JuJu Bar — meh, would have been a nice (gentle, low pH, SLS-free, slightly foams) cleanser if it didn’t have the sharp … read more5 votesApparently a tinted, reformulated version of Umbra is coming out in May! I have a full Umbra right now so not sure I will get it right away but I will probably … read more4 votesI currently use DE C-firma, B-hydra, la la moisturizer, and Sukari Babyfacial. I’m in love and my skin looks and feels amazing. Even my husband has noticed. … read more4 votesAlle anzeigen
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Of course, that’s not to say Glossier’s products aren’t good; it’s just that there’s a well-established dupe (or should I say, OG) in Korean beauty for just about every one of their best sellers.
Unlike the thick, extremely white, and difficult-to-absorb sunscreens I’ve encountered in the past, Glossier’s sunscreen smells nice and fresh, its formula is quick-absorbent, and leaves my skin
And while serums tend to come in small packages they’re big business: a report by the NPD Group earlier this year found that face supplements like serums “have grown more than fivefold over the past two years, becoming a $4.1m market in 2015”.
Invisible Shield is unique because of its serum/gel formula. Here are some basic facts before we get started: It retails for $25 (was originally $35 on release,) Can be purchased on Glossier.com. Broad Spectrum SPF 35. 1fl. oz. or 30ml. I think sunscreen appreciation …