About 9-15 USD
The word malgem is a Korean word and means clean, clarity and pure.
This toner is more essence like in consistency, which means it is quite thick. It isn’t a clear fluid but a milky color. When applying toner you could either use a cotton pad or you can pat it in. I never use a cotton pad to apply my toner; instead I pour some in my hand and pat it into my skin. This way I feel I don’t waste any product and I know exactly how much I use.
There are a lot of different toners in the series skin mal:gem so there is definitely one for everybody.
1. Fresh : Oil Control Toner. Ideal for oily skin.
2. Smoother : Exfoliation Toner. Suitable for all skin types.
3. Moist : Moisture Care Freshener. Ideal for normal to dry skin.
4. Deep Moist : Deep Moisture Care Freshener. Ideal for dry skin.
5. Essential : Oil Balance Moisture Care Freshener. This balanced formula is ideal for combination dry and/or oily skin.
The toners can also be used as a spot treatment. If you dab some product onto a cotton pad and leave it on the skin for 10-15 minutes. It can also be used as a sheet mask.
My thoughts on Etude House Skin Mal:Gem Deep Moist
I simply love this toner. If you haven’t read my post on toners I would recommend you to due to that it actually explains what a Korean toner is. If you are from another part of the world you would have the watery toners to compare to and that is definitely not the case here. This toner does a great job moisturizing the skin and I am truly amazed about its abilities. The sent is really fresh and is also appealing to me. I am not a fan of very strong scented products and this is totally fine with me. If you have oily skin I guess you don’t need a moisturizer after this one. It doesn’t make you oily only hydrated.
I really like the packaging. The bottle is frosty stiff plastic and won’t budge if you press on it. You get a lot of product for your money cause it is actually 250 ml worth of product.
I give this toner 6/7
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