Sunday, February 1, 2015

Cleanse Morning & Night #Memebox #Unboxing & #Review

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This box features an e-card, which I personally do not enjoy as much as a card I can keep in the bathroom and reference easily, but I'll make due! The card included in this box includes a web url to visit in order to see the products included and how to use them. You can click the card photo to view the web page yourself, but I'm also including photos of the e-cards below.

Let's check out the contents of this box...

1. Shara Shara Dream of Moisture Cleansing Oil (full size)
I only recently fell in love with cleansing oils, and this one looks amazing. I've found that they not only remove face makeup like bb creams and foundations, but they also remove waterproof eye makeup as well. This particular cleansing oil I will not be using however, because I already have two from Memebox open in and in use - so I'll be passing it along to someone else who can use it.

2. Yadah Pore Refining Foam Cleanser (full size)
This is the only other item from this box I might not be using. I sometimes feel like I could open my own cleanser store with the amount foaming cleansers I have, and unfortunately they tend to have too high of a pH for my skin type and cause me to break out. I have a good amount of cleansers open right now, so this product may be passed along. However, I have heard several times that foaming cleansers such as these are formulated to work in conjunction with an oil cleanser - and when used as such have less of a chance of causing a breakout. So in that case, I am still contemplating giving this cleanser a try and will update here if I do!

3. Calmia Oatmeal Peeling Gel (full size)
This is a very gentle peeling gel, almost too gentle for me - but I like it! It very lightly allows the dead skin on the surface of my face to ball up and wash away. It makes my skin feel odd though - like a slightly tacky feeling that my fingers catch on, but the skin still feels smooth to the touch. It's definitely different than other peeling gels I've tried in the past, but I'll surely use the remainder of the tube.

4. Bory White Snow Toner (full size)
I generally am very picky about my toners and research more to ensure they contain no ingredients that will aggravate my skin, but I could not find an ingredients list for this anywhere! I gave it a few strong sniffs and didn't detect an alcohol smell, so I decided to give it a try. My skin has actually been loving this toner, and while I haven't noticed a real lightening effect, I feel like my skin is enjoying this product and it's helping to brighten and clear my skin.

5. Neogen Neoday Eye Makeup Remover Pencil (full size)
I've only used an eye makeup remover pen once before, and it was a felt tip pen that you lightly dapped until it lifted your mistake off your skin. This is like a clear lip crayon, but must more hydrating, and removes color instead of applying it. You apply the pencil part to your mistake, and dab it with the sponge on the other end to remove the makeup. I find it effective, but a bit large for tiny mistakes. I'll keep it on hand but I wouldn't repurchase it.

This is a solid cleansing starter box. I like all the products, and will I had a bit less in my stash already so I could try the oil and foaming cleansers without feeling guilty about opening more products. This Memebox retails for $29 plus the cost of shipping ($6.99 for standard and $18.99 for express). Memebox is the leading Korean beauty retailer, carrying curated boxes & individual items - if you decide to check out their boxes and other products, I'd love for you to use my affiliate link and support future reviews, giveaways, and maintenance of my blog. Find current Memebox discounts here:

What do you think of the "Cleanse Morning & Night" Memebox?

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