Brand Overview: Adsorb Beauty

What sets Adsorb Beauty apart is their Natural AntiBody Technology, ostrich egg yolks are that are extracted, purified, and processed to reveal the AntiBodies. These AntiBodies contain peptides and hydrators to create an anti-aging skin treatment. The system targets facial lines and wrinkles, firm sagging skin, and brighten dull and discolored complexions.

The AntiBody Cleansing Wash ($78) aims to remove dirt, makeup, and debris to purify skin. This cleanser has a milky consistency and viscosity. It doesn’t foam or lather and feels very gentle on the skin. It’s a good morning cleanser option. It leaves a refreshing feeling to the skin and leaves it soft and plump.

The Gel Mask Moist ($128) promises to moisturize, refresh, and hydrate the skin with pomegranate extract, thymus serpyllum extract, panax ginseng root extract, and sweet marjoram leaf extract. It has a brown gel texture. It feels and looks like clear glue without the tightening sensation and leaves the skin moisturized and plump. This would work for those with dry to normal skin looking for a hydration boost to their complexion. However, for my oily skin, this needs to be followed by other hydrating products for me to manage the oiliness of my skin.

The Brightening Clay Mask ($128) aims to deep clean, moisturize, and brighten skin with ceramide AntiBody and melanin AntiBody. The #facemask has a mousse consistency that feels light on the skin. It doesn’t tighten like other clay masks and it dries like thinly applied paint no matter how much I use. It almost feels like a peel off mask. I was able to rinse this immediately even if it feels creamy because it doesn’t stick to the skin. For my oily skin, it feels gentle enough to be used thrice a week. It leaves the skin soft, almost feels like I misted a hydrating toner. It leaves the skin bright the morning after so I like using this in the middle of the week to help brighten the skin during a busy week.

The Moist Lotion ($120) has triple-hyaluronic acid to hydrate, plump, moisturize, and smooth the skin. Used as a toner, this has a runny clear texture that is viscous than most toners, almost like an essence. It leaves a tacky feel even if it feels extremely lightweight. It has a bit of oiliness to it but it sinks in quicker than expected and leaves the skin plump and bouncy. It is a great toner during these cold months as it nourishes my oily skin.

The AntiBody Moist Essence Serum ($140) claims to defend against the visible signs of skin aging. This is creamy and feels very easy to apply. It has a nice slip and has a normal serum texture. I like using this at night with my other products. My oily skin found this not hydrating enough as a morning serum. This helped brighten some spots that I have, which took about more than a month. It’s slower than most of my pigmentation serums and acids but this would be a good option for those who are looking for something gentle.

The AntiBody Gel Cream ($130) promises to hydrate and moisturize the skin while helping to resist visible signs of skin aging. In its gel-cream texture, this worked for my oily skin as a night moisturizer. It felt light but thick enough to fully moisturize my face. Same with the serum, I use this at night. Unfortunately, it’s not hydrating enough for me as a morning moisturizer but I feel that this beautifully seals in my entire routine at night.

I like that all of the products don’t have a distinct smell. The packaging is also simple and can easily be bought anywhere. I would recommend this for those with dry to normal skin types who want to experience new technology in anti-aging. They didn’t do anything for my existing lines but these all helped keep my skin be healthy-looking and moisturized. I found that these helped keep my skin plump and soft.

These products were provided by Adsorb Beauty and @riotmediagroup for review. Available at

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