Now we’re moving on into the Korean skincare samples that I’ve collected in the past few months. For simplicity’s sake, I’m going to organise them as much as I can, so today I’m going to kick things off with Tony Moly samples. They’re a brand I can’t get hold of directly in the UK, but I did find them in Canada while I was visiting my boyfriend. I often order their products online, and the samples I’m going to show you are ones that I received for free with online orders.
The first batch include the Panda’s Dream White Hand Cream. I’m kind of curious how moisturising these might be, and when I use up the current hand cream I keep on my desk/vanity, I’m going to give these a try. There is also the Prestige Jeju Snail Cream, which I think will be a fun cream to trial since it won’t be the first time I’ve tried a snail mucus-infused product. There is also the Intense Care Dual Effect Sleeping Pack, which I think I’ll try very soon and write a first impressions post about. I don’t use sleeping packs on a regular basis, but I am curious if they can be more effective for my skin than the light moisturiser I use.
The final batch starts off with The Chok Green Tea Watery Cream, which sounds like it should be right up my alley in texture for skincare items. I’ve mentioned it a few times in different posts that I’m not a fan of thick products, so this could be a product that works well for me. Next is the Brightening Foam Cleanser, which I’m sort of on the fence about. Foam cleansers that I’ve tried from western brands typically are too drying for my skin and make my oily skin problems worse. So with that in mind I’m somewhat doubtful this could be good for my skin. However, I don’t want to just jump to conclusions since it could have a formula that actually works for me. The final product is the Banana Hand Milk, which once I’ve tried out the samples I discussed above, I’ll try in the near future so I can trial it fairly.
These are all of the samples I have from Tony Moly, some of them I’m quite eager to try, while some of them I’m not so enthused about. I will definitely write first impressions on them in due time when I try them, so I hope you’ll keep an eye out for them. As always, thank you so much for taking the time to read my post, I really can’t share my gratitude enough, and my next post will be tomorrow so I hope you’ll consider reading it.