Learn how steam technology and the most potent ingredients work together in this face cream that moisturizes, treats, and recovers damaged skin in only a few days!
It’s not only what you do, it’s how you do it. This is a motto I use in life, work and that also lives in my curation philosophy. What peaks my interest in skincare products is not only the raw materials and ingredients that are in the formula but how the product is actually formulated: “Where are the raw materials from, and have they been fermented? Are the best ingredients also the main ingredients?” These are the questions that are always on my mind.
And now, with Benton’s High Content Steam Cream I can tell for sure that the ingredients have been formulated and mixed together in the best way possible to ensure the efficacy of the product. The Benton High Content Steam Cream has been mixed using steam technology, and I’m convinced that, because of this, this product is not just any moisturizer, but a great one.
Their complex blend of really high performing ingredients, coupled with the use of steam technology at a consistent 100℃ to blend and stabilize them, helps the ingredients work better for you, and for longer too. With this, a stellar product is born: It not only hydrates and protects but makes the concentrated ingredients heal and soften damaged, dry, and irritated skin after only a few days of use.
The main ingredient, snail mucin—proven to hydrate and heal acne scars—has substituted water (a common filler in skincare products) entirely in this formula, which is already a great signal of how potent this product is. Ingredients like hyaluronic acid and glycerin bind moisture to the skin so that your skin stays supple and hydrated longer. Niacinamide and bee venom are skincare saviors thanks to their ability to treat inflammation and fight premature aging while lightening brown spots. See what I’m talking about? I love how every single ingredient proves worthy in some way.
Thankfully, the packaging has changed in recent years from a messy jar to a sturdy, squeeze tube format that keeps bacteria at bay and allows less exposure to air and light. Also, don’t be fooled by this “drugstore price,” this cream is pure quality. The modest price is just a perk of K-beauty.
Many people sing praises for the all-in-one Benton Steam Cream, from the pages on Reddit to the most devoted skincare bloggers. We don’t use the phrase “all-in-one” lightly—this formula will melt into your skin and make it looks like you’ve slathered more than just a moisturizer. My final advice? Be ready to get “honey skin,” which is a direct translation of “Ggul pibu,” a slang that Koreans use to describe dewy, glowing and supple skin.