I received these in one of my Bomibags (LINK) and I have been really curious of these for a long time so finally I got to try some samples of them. I will not write a full review on them since I really don’t have the right amount of product to do a full review. I usually want at least a month per product, depending on what type of product it is.
This is a product I really didn’t like from the beginning. It smells weird, almost chemical and I really thought it was going to be horrible for my skin.
The toner is really watery and transparent and doesn’t seem to be very moisturizing and I really can’t say that it is, but it is definitely not drying either.
Usually with Korean toners they are thicker and you really feel like they are doing wonders for your skin, but this one doesn’t but I really like how my skin feels after using this.
This toner is milky white and like a regular Korean toner, thicker in consistency, but still very fluent. The toner absorbs rather quick into my skin without leaving a sticky finish and I do like this one. I don’t think I will buy it again, simply because there are other toners I like better.
There are some acne triggers in this product so if you are sensitive or acne prone I would recommend you to check out the ingredients first This one smells like sweet honey and I really love the scent off this.
I am only making a first impression of this due to that I simply think that there isn’t enough product in a sample to give an honest review of it. Therefor a first impression is more suited.
The toner has no smell, which is a huge plus for me. I am really not a fan of scented products. I really think that when you have so many products on your face, body, hair etc., and everything has a scent.
EGF stands for Epidermal growth factor (only read this part if you are interested), and are naturally occurring proteins in your body that regulates growth at cellular level.
Might increase collagen production, thoughts are divided on this. I am leaning on towards not on that one. Nobel prize 1986 for the discovery of EGF (among other things).