I’ve been collecting empty skincare bottles, tubes, and jars to feature in a beauty graveyard post for the past few months. Honestly, I thought I had more to share (maybe they’re hiding?) but I could only find these four products. Since I don’t post beauty reviews too often anymore I like posting these empties posts to give you a quick review of these products and whether or not they are worth buying.
Mizon Multi-Function Formula Snail Repair Eye Cream
My go-to eye cream has been the Elizavecca Eye Cream but I decided to switch things up and try this eye cream by Mizon. It’s half the price and size of the Elizavecca one and contains snail so it must be amazing right? Wrong! Using up this eye cream has been such a chore for the past 2-3 months. It just doesn’t moisture, hydrate, brighten, nothing! The cream was very watery and doesn’t sink into my skin properly. You get what you pay for with this product (which isn’t much).
Etude House Real Art Moisture Cleansing Oil
I don’t see a lot of people talk about the Etude House Real Art Cleansing Oils for some reason so I wanted to see why. It’s a pretty decent cleaning oil. While I do prefer thicker cleansing oils the consistency of this cleaning oil didn’t really bother me. It’s not the best cleansing oil but it makes a fantastic makeup remover, even eliminating waterproof mascara! I would buy a second bottle.
Klairs Midnight Blue Calming Cream
I was really excited to try the Midnight Blue Calming Cream by Klairs. This cream helps calm and soothe redness, strengthen skin barriers and regulate irritated stressed skin. I struggle with red flare-ups on my cheeks every so often so I was hoping this would help reduce them but sadly it didn’t do anything. It’s not the most affordable cream either and for the amount you get, it’s not worth it.
Drunk Elephant Virgin Marula Luxury Facial Oil
This came in a Drunk Elephant NightBright Duo that I bought last summer. I LOVED the night serum but this facial oil just wasn’t impressive, to me at least. There weren’t any noticeable changes.