Tuesday, April 29, 2014

Tony Moly Timeless EGF Power Cream Review

While Tony Moly is known for its super cute packaging, they also have more high-end products, such as the Timeless EGF Power Cream, which I'll review a sample of here.

I had to look it up, but EGF stands for Epidermal Growth Factor, which heals and renews skin cells. The sample's front states that this cream is primarily for anti-wrinkle, whitening and skin power. More specifically, on the product's webpage, it states that using this product for one day the product creates smooth skin, 14 days creates firm skin, 28 days creates clear skin and 60 days rids wrinkles. This page also says that it is for all skin types, is an anti-aging cream highly concentrated with vitamins and nutritious oils, has a luxurious jelly consistency to tighten, even, hydrate, relieve and protect damaged and sensitive skin. It also says that this product should be used along with Tony Moly's snail care line and other EGF products. The directions online say to use an adequate amount on your face, then spread it and lightly tap it in for better absorption.
This product is a very thick and white cream with a subtle scent, a bit like Tony Moly's Floria line. Using this is like putting on a thick, transparent layer on my skin that feels silky afterwards. So, it's not as thick, heavy and waxy as the Missha Super Aqua Ultra Waterfull Cream or The Face Shop Olive Essential Cream.

The Pros
  • This cream hydrates and moisturizes my skin very well.
  • This is great for cold months as the cream feels like a light shield against the cold and dry air.
  • When I used this right before bed, it still lasted until morning to create a smooth and even base for right before I apply BB cream.
The Cons
  • None!
Overall, I really do like this face cream. It's heavy, but not as heavy as the other face creams I mentioned, so it's nice for the transition months when it's still a bit chilly or for cold winters. It's a great cream to use at night as it keeps my face hydrated until the following morning.

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