This is a product I picked up when Althea first launched back in June, and it's a serum I've almost used up.
[innisfree's Green Tea Seed Serum (RM 67)]
[Althea's Info Sheet]
What this serum endeavours to do is to boost and maintain hydration and moisture levels in skin. As far as these claims go, I can safely say it's a very effective serum on both counts. My skin definitely feels more comfortable and plumped up when I use it.
It's quite lightweight in terms of texture, so it does sink in very easily, and doesn't leave a sticky residue.
[Light and Runny]
Those of you who are sensitive to fragrances might want to take note that it has a citrus-y scent, though it's not strong enough to irritate anything but the most sensitive of skins.
I did manage a bit of a feat with this serum. My pregnancy has caused my skin to go from extremely oily to on the dry side, and I had the opportunity to try it out through both those issues. I'm happy to note that when I was oily it didn't exacerbate the problem. It left my skin feeling well hydrated, but not oily. With my present dry skin, it definitely helps with retaining moisture as well. Overall, it's a serum that would work across the board for any skin type.
The reason why I wouldn't repurchase this is because I'm not in my 30s and this is just not going to cut it for the anti-aging aspect. It's a wonderful serum for someone in their late teens and early 20s as a starter product, but if you're on the wrong side of 25, you should really be using anti-aging products.
It's a lovely serum, and I would definitely recommend it to those of you who have younger skin and/or need a boost of moisture and hydration. And with the price, you absolutely cannot go wrong!