Plum 10% Niacinamide Face Serum with Rice Water Review, Vs The Ordinary Niacinamide 10% + Zinc 1% : Hey guys, The Ordinary has inspired so many brands around the world to make ingredient centric products instead of just making baseless claims. In fact, I know some brands who have just blindly copied The Ordinary not just Indian brands but many international brands too.
However, we do have brands who are doing innovative products and reinforcing their modern formulas with traditional ingredients. One such brand is Plum or its called Plum Goodness (I am not so sure how they like to be addressed, but you know the brand I am referring to).
I have tried to convey all the information precisely in my video. However, since I couldn’t make the video super long, I will enlist all the other details here. Please do watch the video and subscribe to my channel on youtube 🙂
Claims for Plum 10% Niacinamide Face Serum with Rice Water
“I Am Thoughtfully Formulated For Targeted Efficacy, Safety And All-Round Results. Let’S See How!- I Am A 10% Niacinamide Face Serum That Clarifies And Brightens Skin By Actively Working On Blemishes & Post Acne Marks, Soothing Active Acne And Regulating Sebum Production- I Am Suitable For All Skin Types, And Am Also Fragrance-Free!- I Contain Fermented Rice Water (Japanese Sake). This Improves Skin Texture & Brightness, Minimizes Appearance Of Pores And Protects From Sun Damage- I Am Fortified With Plant-Derived Squalane, Caffeine & Vitamin E – They Help Soothe Skin, Improve Its Elasticity & Prevent Inflammation” (From Plum’s website)
How to Use Plum 10% Niacinamide Face Serum with Rice Water
Take 2-3 drops and pat the Niacinamide face serum into your skin. Best used after cleansing and before moisturizing. Ensure the serum is fully absorbed before layering. Can be used day and night.
Ingredients in Plum 10% Niacinamide Face Serum with Rice Water
Aqua, Niacinamide (10%), Oryza Sativa (Rice) Extract, Isodecyl Neopentanoate, Squalane (5%), Sorbitol, Pentylene Glycol, Hydrogenated Polyisobutene, Rice Ferment Filtrate (Sake), Butylene Glycol, Rosa Damascena (Rose) Flower Water, Caffeine (1%), Glycyrrhiza Glabra (Licorice) Root Extract, Glycerin, Acrylates Copolymer, VP/Polycarbamyl Polyglycol Ester, Hydrolyzed Sesame Protein PG-Propyl Methylsilanediol, Benzyl Alcohol, Hydroxyacetophenone, Caprylyl Glycol, Ethylhexyl Olivate, Sodium Acrylates Copolymer, Polyglyceryl-4 Olivate, Cyclodextrin, Sodium Hyaluronate, Tocopheryl Acetate, Sodium Gluconate
Price of Plum 10% Niacinamide Face Serum with Rice Water
₹ 790.00 for 30 mL
₹ 450.00 for 15 mL
Plum 10% Niacinamide Face Serum with Rice Water Review, Vs The Ordinary Niacinamide 10% + Zinc 1%
I love the idea of combining traditional ingredients with modern things. Lets see if this actually works out here. Besides the video, I’ve added some more pictures here.
That was a very interesting video. You are obviously very knowledgeable and well informed, both from research and personal experience which is always the best. About a year and a half ago, I was using products from The Ordinary and my skin improved quite a lot. For personal reasons I stopped paying attention to my skincare and have realized it’s time for me to start again. I have to admit that I was very excited about The Ordinary products at the time and purchased quite a few of them, they are so reasonably priced and effective it was hard not to. I have niacinamide, caffeine, squalene and hyalauric acid already – I even have sake in the fridge, so at this time i wont purchase another product, but was very happy to hear of your opinion on their effectiveness. I’ve forgotten how to use many of the products however, and with the caffeine, it’s not even advertised for use as general skin cream, it mentions only under the eye so I was pleased to find out that I could make more general use of it. Thank you for that. The only thing I have to decide to do now is figure out whether I should mix them all together or in what order to layer them and whether I should use them all both day and night. I have most of it written down somewhere, but I think it’s probably best for me to either go back to The Ordinary’s website, or even the store down the street (which I’m so lucky to have),where I’m sure I could ask questions. Besides,my doctor prescribed retinol was past the due date, so I threw it out, and the vitamin C I had was too strong of formulation and irritated my skin, so hearing you refer to it again reminds me I should replace it (with advice this time). LOL. So, with all those products, you can see how I stopped using them when the stress in my life got a little overwhelming. You’ve inspired me to get my routine back up and running, however, so thank you so much for your time