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Mizon Snail Repair Eye Cream review

Mizon snail repair eye cream

This eye cream feels really nice on my skin. It absorbs quickly and doesn’t leave any sticky feeling on my skin.

The cream is light and it doesn’t feel that I have a ton of product under my eyes.

Eye creams are always difficult to test. I usually think that if I like the way my under eye area look, then I like the cream. If it feels sticky, tacky or plumping my eyes, I don’t tend to like it.

An eye cream from Mizon that gets no love from me, Mizon Power Collagen Firming Eye Cream

Mizon collagen firming eye cream

This eye cream is really moisturizing. If you have dry areas around your eyes, this might be perfect for you. This is the only product I can say is actually too moisturizing for me. I do see a difference after applying this, but I do think it is simply because the area is really moist. A shiny surface looks smoother than a surface that is dry. I also feel that it plumps my eyes somewhat and make them puffy (and I really don’t like that).

Snail under my eyes, Secret key snail + EGF repairing eye cream review

Secret key snail repairing eye cream

What is a good or great eye cream actually? I think it is quite hard to say if an eye creams is good or not. There is no eye cream that’s going to magically make your wrinkles disappear. What they will do, is help with dark under eye circles, puffy eyes, dryness, discoloration, and hydration. They can also slow down the process of wrinkles, that is working as an anti-aging product

What is the Korean skincare routine

My Korean skincare routine

The skincare I learned when I was younger was, cleanse tone and moisturize, that’s it. Nothing more and nothing less. Sometimes I even skipped the toner part due to that I felt more dry (probably used toners with alcohol in. The reason for alcohol in toner was probably due to being afraid of acne and thinking that that would be the solution.. ohhh my how wrong I was.. When I grew older I started using toner without alcohol and an eye cream. The toner I sometimes skipped.  This is what I think is most common in the rest of the world (except Asia that is).