Comes in two shades 01 (beige milk) and 02 (pure milk)
Ingredient analysis: Skincarisma
Goat milk is a commonly used ingredient in skincare product. The milk is high in fatty acids and triglycerides which is supposed to keep the skin hydrated throughout the day. I always used to use cow milk in my DIY scrubs and masks, just for its hydrating capabilities.
The goat milk comes from goats that graze naturally and don’t eat any artificial fodder.
The full product comes with a pump, so it is a hygienic packaging.
My thoughts of Tony Moly Goat Milk Pure CC
I got six samples of this product (three of every shade) so I thought I would give you my opinion on the product.
This is a CC cream and it is not supposed to give a lot of coverage or any coverage at all, instead it is supposed to even the skin tone, hence the name color correcting cream. You can use it as an only product if you want to, otherwise you add a layer on top, either of a BB cream or a foundation.
Both shades are too light for my skin tone, but I could use shade nr 02 if I use it underneath as a color correcting product only. It is not a product I will buy due to that the shades. Since it really doesn’t do much for me. I have red cheeks, nose and chin area and this actually doesn’t cover that up well enough for me to like this product as a color correcting cream.
If you use it as an only product it might give you a white cast after applying it.
It is moisturizing to some extent so it is supposed to be great for dry skin. My skin is really dry and this is not enough for me. I do have problems finding products that is moisturizing enough. Sadly I am not a fan of this one, I really wanted to love this product, but it doesn’t seem to do much at all for my skin.
It is really easy to apply to the skin and the smell is very fresh almost melon like. I really like the scent of it.
I give this product 2/7
Where to get Tonymoly goat milk cc cream
Other CC/BB creams
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