Tuesday, December 22, 2015

Skin Ceramic Donkey Milk Yogurt All In One Gel Cream [Review]

Skin Ceramic Donkey Milk Yogurt All In One Gel Cream
100g | Made in Korea
Description: Skin Ceramic’s Yogurt all-in-one Moisture Gel Cream is a multifunctional skincare cream that has 75% Lactobacillus Ferment Lysate Filtrate. This penetrates the pores to deliver an abundance of nutrients, enhancing the skin’s complexion and its soft texture. This is an all-in-one gel cream allows you to skip moisturizers, serums and day/night creams as this works comprehensively to perfect the skin’s condition. -Memebox

Ingredients: [from Skin Ceramic]
[Cosdna Analysis]

Directions: After washing and toning, apply a liberal amount of this gel cream evenly all over the face and neck. Massage into the skin for 2 to 3 minutes and pat lightly to allow better absorption. This cream can both work as a day cream applied before makeup and a night cream. -Memebox 

My Skin: oily, dehydrated, acne-prone, hormonal cystic acne, sensitive to alcohol, mild anti-aging concerns.

Performance: The Skin Ceramic Donkey Milk Cream has a thicker gel-type consistency that is slightly opaque. It has a light fresh scent that disappears after application. Even though this is a creamier gel, it is still lightweight and spreads easily onto the skin.
This cream is light enough for me to use day or night - a thin layer is nice and hydrating during the day, and a thicker layer at night acts as a hydrating and healing sleeping pack. Unfortunately the issue I have with this, as opposed to the Freeset Donkey Milk Cream, is that it leaves a sticky film on my skin. My neck does not absorb this cream at all and it just pills up if I apply it there - but even a thin layer on my face tends to leave it feeling sticky and doesn't help moderate oil production like the Freeset does. When I use a thick layer as a sleeping pack it leaves a pilly film on my face and it feels tacky, but it also makes my skin look bright and glowy in the morning so I just dealt with it. I can see this being annoying for others though.
This isn't a bad cream, but I don't think it's one I would repurchase. Though the Skin Ceramic is nearly half the price, I prefer the Freeset Donkey Milk Cream to this one.

I purchased this product from Memebox USA (affiliate).

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