SK-II Facial Treatment Essence vs Missha Time Revolution The First Treatment Essence

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Product SK-II Facial Treatment Essence Missha Time Revolution The First Treatment Essence
Content 150ml 150ml
Price 140 euros 26 euros
Ingredient List Saccharomycopsis Ferment Filtrate(90%), Butylene Glycol, Pentylene Glycol, Aqua (Water/ Eau), Sodium Benzoate, Methylparaben, Sorbic Acid Saccharomyces Ferment Filtrate(80%),Propanediol,Glycyrrhiza Glabra ( Licorice Root Extract ), Niacinamide, Polyquaternium-51,Bifida Ferment Lysate,Ulmus Davidiana Root Extract,Raffinose,Amaranthus Caudatus Seed,Piper Methysticum Leaf/Root Extract,Centella Asiatica Extract,Beta Vulgaris (Beet) Root,Portulaca Oleracea Extract,Rosmarinus Officinalis,Camomille Extract,Phellodendron Amurense Bark,

Cassia Alata Leaf Extract,Sodium Hyaluronate,Hydrogenated Lecithin, Glycerin, Pentylene Glycol,Hydrolyzed Corn Starch,Tromethamine,Water,Adenosine,Ethylhexylglycerin,Lactic Acid,Phenoxyethanol

 

 

Missha recently released a copy-cat version of the infamous SK-II Facial Treatment Essence. It has sparked a huge debate among Asian skincare fans, so Hope In A Blog did their research on these two identical products.

 

 

There’s no debate here on the price – Missha wins hands down! Priced at only 42,000 wons – and for the same amount ( 150ml ), SK-II Facial Treatment Essence is 4 times more expensive!

 

 

Judging from the ingredient list too – Missha Time Revolution Treatment Essence has a LOT more beneficial ingredients from Niacinamide, Licorice Root Extract, Centella Asiatica Extract, Hyaluronic Acid,  Adenosine and etc compared to the SK-II Facial Treatment Essence which focuses on the Fermentation Extract and no other beneficial ingredients.

 

 

The main difference between both is the ferment filtrate. SK-II uses 90% of their infamous Saccharomycopsis Ferment Filtrate, a type of yeast produced during the fermentation of sake. P&G scientists claim that a special filtering process makes Pitera an extra-special yeast by-product but has not published many research to back this up. Missha uses 80% of Saccharomyces Ferment Filtrate, which is the yeast used to brew beer. It is also interesting that Pitera ( the main ingredient in SK-II Facial Treatment Essence ) is from the same family as Saccharomycescerevisiae , the yeast used in beer and also in Missha The First Treatment Essence. Since they are from the same family, would they have the same effect? Or is the SK-II Saccharomycopsis just a marketing ploy by P&G?

 

Either way, Missha Time Revolution Treatment Essence is worth the try just for it’s price and the number of beneficial ingredients included in the essence. If it works, SK-II will have a big problem, and i mean, BIG.

Missha seems to be really confident with this product as they are daring to compare their product to the SK-II in their advertistment and website. Looks like they’ve got all their guns ready and ready to fire! Look at the video below and how they blurred the SK-II logo! Hahaha.

 

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0 responses to “SK-II Facial Treatment Essence vs Missha Time Revolution The First Treatment Essence”

  1. (I think you inverted the prices in the first description at the begining of the article.)

    Anyway, INDEED! If the Missha essence is as good as the Sk-II’s, there will be PANIC at the Sk-II’s headquarters lol

    I have the Sk-II Essence. When I’ll finish it I’ll totally buy the Missah’s.

  2. I definitely didn’t need another product at home… But I couldn’t help and snatch one since it was just released in HK. It’s more expensive here, about 25000 krw more. I haven’t used for a long time, just one for 2 days. What can I say, it’s not as nearly good as SK-II. The skin doesnt feel moisturized, nor does it glow like after using pitera. Hmm. I will continue to use it, but even Sum 37 is closer to the real deal. However I should admit that both SK II and SUM 37 gave me a mild reaction but I am
    Absolutely fine with Missha.

  3. now i doubt about it since SK-II didn’t feel moisturized on my skin neither does it leave any glow on my skin. However, i heard otherwise….so i’m going to try when i can…fingers crossed

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