Pyunkang Yul Butter Cream first impression

Pyunkang Yul Butter Cream
Pyunkang Yul Butter Cream

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All skin types
200 ml
20 USD

Ingredients

Portulaca oleracea extract, cetaryl alcohol, glycerin, hydrogenated polydecene, butyrospermum parklii, 1,2-hexanediol, polysorbate 60, stearic acid, glyceryl stearate, PEG-100 stearate, dimethicone, sorbitan sesquioleate, glyceryl caprylate

My thoughts on Pyunkang Yul Butter Cream

I received 3 samples of this and figured I at least could do a first impression on it. I have super dry skin and always needs to add moisture. I always tend to go back to the same solution over and over again and that is aloe vera gel. But now I am happy to say that I can try something new to see if it measures up to my regular products.

This is a body butter, that simply means that it is thicker in consistency. The full-sized product comes in a jar and you simply scoop up the product with a spatula. I do think this is the best type of packaging for this type of product since it is too thick to be kin a tube. Usually I don’t like products that comes in a tube since I don’t find that type of packaging very hygienic.

The butter is white and as I said before on the thicker side since it is a body butter. It spreads very easy on my body and my skin feels very happy after applying it. It will not leave any stickiness to my skin, but really seems to penetrate well into my skin.

There is some scent to it, but it is very weak and isn’t something that will bother me. Usually I am very sensitive to smell and prefer my products to be without any perfume. So, this suits me perfectly

I give this product 4/7

Where to get it

eBay

Stylekorean

Other body products

Holika Holika aloe soothing gel

Nature republic aloe vera gel

 

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