This $ 36 game-changing face jelly was sold at DAYS in Australia for four months after a TikTok video showed it ‘naturally polishes’ skin
- A ‘miracle cream’ that promises to ‘polish’ the skin is flying off the shelves in Australia
- Jeju Jelly Cream, from the innisfree beauty brand, sold in stock in four months
- The $ 36 product is made with natural sugar beets and Korean cherry blossom
Australian beauty enthusiasts are stripping the shelves of a game-changing face cream that promises to leave skin glowing and ‘naturally polished’.
Jeju Cherry Blossom Jelly Cream, from the cult Korean skincare brand innisfree, recently sold four months of stock within a few days, making Australian retailers struggling to replenish it.
The $ 36 product, which is made with natural sugar beets and cherry blossoms from the South Korean island of Jeju, quickly sold out in stores and on Adore Beauty after American makeup artist Mikayla Nogueira showed the benefits in a TikTok. video
The clip – which has garnered a whopping 2.8 million likes and 14.1 million views since it was uploaded online on February 28 – shows how the cream instantly brightens skin with a remarkably radiant glow.
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Jeju Cherry Blossom Jelly Cream from Korean skincare brand innisfree (left) sold four months of supply within days of its benefits shown in a viral TikTok video (right)
Viewers flooded the comments section with baffled responses, with one writing, “Suspended and added to my cart.”
Another added: ‘That jelly cream is a game changer. I’ve been using it for two weeks now and I’ve never been more hydrated. ‘
Dozens raved about the ‘magic’ of Korean skincare brands, calling them ‘the only way to go’.
Along with the best-selling jelly cream, innisfree’s Cherry Blossom range – which first launched in Australia in September 2019 – includes a $ 29 toner, a $ 27 shine lotion, and a $ 36 moisturizer.
The $ 36 product (pictured) is made with natural sugar beet and cherry blossom from South Korean Jeju Island, leaving skin glowing and radiant
Sydney illustrator ‘Charlene’s Beauty Sketch’ said the collection has worked wonders for her matte skin, especially the jelly cream.
‘I personally have very dull skin and my first impression of the Jelly Cream was super illuminating!’ she wrote in an Instagram post.
One Singaporean beauty reviewer agreed, describing it as ‘the new best friend’ of anyone with dry, dull skin.
Innisfree first arrived on the Australian coast last year with their first store (pictured) opening in Melbourne in June 2018
“ When worn on its own, the cream helps to create a very natural ‘your skin better’ ‘look by brightening and smoothing out the skin tone,’ she said.
Innisfree first arrived on the Australian coast nearly three years ago with their first store opening in Melbourne in June 2018.
The cult favorite came to Sydney’s Queen Victoria Building in March 2019 and became an instant hit with residents of the Harbor City.