Similarity Rating: 68%
Not very similar to the name brand.
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I wanted to try out the Cica Balm from Innisfree because it has similar ingredients to the Cicapair Tiger Grass Calming Gel from Dr. Jart. The consistency of both products is very different. The Cicapair from Dr.Jart is very thick and requires more effort to lather into your skin. On the contrary, the Cica Balm from Innisfree has a more vaseline like texture and really just melts into your skin. The Cicapair from Dr. Jart has a light fragrance and smells very clean, while the Cica Balm from Innisfree has no fragrance at all. I don't think I would consider this a complete dupe but it could work for some. They both controlled my redness but by the end of the day, the Innisfree Cica Balm left me feeling oily. I would probably recommend this to someone who has really dry skin and really needs that extra moisture. I also like to use to prep my face before applying makeup because it really helps to hydrate my skin and prevent cracking in my foundation.
CONCLUSION Not very similar to the name brand.
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