Make P:rem x CrediThink Tamanu Calming Serum

It’s time for another beauty review! I received this item last winter from one of my favorite K-beauty store, CrediThink in exchange for my honest review. I made a mini review of the product on my IG but I wanted to write a detailed review on my blog!

As I have posted in my previous reviews, CrediThink is an online store specialized in cruelty-free and clean Korean indie beauty brands. The company have collaborated with Make P:rem (another K-beauty brand I am very fond of) to create the Tamanu serum.

About Make P:rem:

Snipped from the company website!

The company’ s brand concept is “a pragmatic beauty brand with a classy package containing ‘pragmatism + good ingredients + sustainability’ “. Since I started taking a visual merchandising class, I have become more attentive to product designs and colors. I am also loving the brand’s color theme for each collection.

Info on product (taken from Make P:rem’s Amazon) :

Taken from Make P:rem’s Amazon site
Taken from Make P:rem’s Amazon site
Taken from Make P:rem’s Amazon site

Claims/ Benefits:

  • Provides moisture by 60% -day and night hydration
  • Hypoallergenic formula helps regeneration of new skin cells, repairs eczema, soothes irritation, itchiness and stretch marks
  • Heals and reduce acne, scars and redness
  • Soothes and softens skin textures
  • No artificial fragrance and non-comedogenic ingredients
  • Good for dry, sensitive, normal, acne prone and aging skin
  • Non-clogging, sticky or greasy feeling

My Impressions:

I have used the product since December last year and it has lasted me a while since then. I also use it often to double-serum at night. I received the product for free in exchange for a review on Instagram from CrediThink.

Tamanu serum packaging

The serum was an exclusive collaborated product with CrediThink and is currently unavailable (as I could no longer find the item on the Amazon CrediThink store) but will probably open up again in the future. The packaging is simple, and the pastel color is aesthetically pleasing. The bottle feels like a sturdy, hard plastic and easy to carry around. For a 50ml/1.69 fl oz bottle, the serum has lasted a while considering that I use it almost every night.

The scent caught me off-guard at first because it has a strong herbal and earthy aroma with a hint of citrus. I got used to the scent very quickly, and the smell doesn’t linger too long.

The texture is VERY thick for a serum that I normally use, but very moisturizing as well. I often use the product to double-serum especially during the cold, blemish-y days. The serum was very helpful last winter when my skin barrier got damaged.

Top (BEFORE) Bottom (AFTER)

Overall, I fell in love with the product because it helped maintain my acne and blemishes, the serum even helped with my skin barrier. The scent may or may not be a problem for everyone but I found the citrus notes to be pleasant. The biggest pro about the product is that it lasts a while and very moisturizing that I can stretch the serum out a lot longer. Make P:rem never disappoints with their products. I have used the Radiance Cleansing Pack and it was wonderful. Probably the only few scented products from the brand that I like.

I hope the Tamanu serum from CrediThink was helpful. Let me know how you’re treating your skin for the winter. Thank you so much for reading! Till next time!

**Disclaimer: Product was gifted for free to review!

Check out my other Make P:rem product review:

Make P:rem Cleansing Radiance Pack

Check out my other CrediThink product review:

Iunik Tea Tree Relief Serum

Jin Jung Sung x CrediThink Snail Honey Mask

Published by Rosellery

Personal blog for beauty (makeup and skincare) reviews. This blog expresses honest thoughts and inspire self-care through beauty products.

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