Elizavecca Witch Piggy Hell Pore Control Hyaluronic Acid 97% Serum
Today I'm going to be talking about the Elizavecca Witch Piggy Hell Pore Control Hyaluronic Acid 97% Serum! I got this serum in one of my Beauteque BB Bags and was very intrigued by the cute little piggy and the reason as to why it's called hell pore. The witch piggy obviously comes from the illustrated witch pig, but I'm still not sure as to why it's also named Hell Pore. It really should just be the Elizavecca Hyaluronic Acid Serum because good lord that full name is ridiculous.
Formulated with 97% hyaluronic acid along with niacinamide, adenosine and allantoin, this serum boosts skin’s moisture level for a soft, dewy and youthful complexion. Full ingredients: Niacinamide, Propylene Glycol, 1, 2-Hexanediol, PEG-60 Hydrogenated Castor Oil, Adenosine, Allantoin, Carbomer, Arginine, Fragrance, Hyaluronic Acid
This serum has a glass bottle and dropper top. The illustration is really cute, but I find the packaging to be a little lackluster. The opening doesn't have a wiper, so the outer of the dropper does get quite messy as does the opening of the bottle. The dropper top is also too short and doesn't reach the bottom of the bottle.
The serum itself is clear in colour and has a fairly thick texture. It does feel unpleasantly slimy, but is very easy to spread out. It takes quite some time to sink into my skin completely and leaves a sticky finish for 5 to 10minutes.
This serum does make my skin look quite plump and dewy which is lovely, but aside from that I don't see too much difference in my skin.
This does make my skin appear quite hydrated and plump, but I can get the same results without the stickiness from my Hada Labo Gokujyun Premium Lotion. Over the last two months I haven't found that this serum has any benefits other than hydration for my skin, there are some notable ingredients like Niacinamide which should help my scarring and Adenosine which helps with anti-aging but these don't have a substantial effect on my skin. I really dislike the stickiness and texture of this product, so I would prefer to keep using the Hada Labo Lotion which has the same effect on my skin but without the stickiness.