Centella 90 Ampoule


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*Neither brands is cruelty-free. Beauty Guru, Taylor, says: The Dr.Jart Tiger Grass Serum is $46 for 1 oz, while the PureHeals Centella 90 Ampoule is $13.99 for 1 oz. The PureHeals serum contains Niacinamide which is great for skin brightening, anti-acne, and moisturizing. They are both products that focus on the soothing and antioxidant benefits of Centella Asiatica extract a.k.a. Tiger Grass. These are both great products to use for redness and anti-inflammatory purposes, as well as to get some extra hydration in your skin. For the price point, I would much rather reach for the PureHeals bottle. I suffer from Rosacea, and consistent use of this product has left my face overall less red. I highly recommend this alternative, there's a reason it is always sold out!


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