Wednesday, October 17, 2012

Meishoku Organic Rose from imomoko!


Caved in and ordered the Meishoku Organic Rose Skin Conditioner and Skin Conditioning Gel from that I mentioned in my previous post. Imomoko had them on sale for $13 each and I used a 10% off coupon that I found on retailmenot. It is also available on 

Meishoku Organic Rose Skin Conditioning Gel

The first time I tried this, my face felt pretty sticky and was still sticky the next morning. I put on less today and while it is not as sticky, I still feel it on my face. It doesn't absorb into the skin as much compared to other gel moisturizers such as Baviphat's Apple AC Therapy Sleeping Pack (even if I apply a lot of it, it still gets absorbed). It is housed in a pink plastic jar and contains 90g. It smells medicinal and herbal to me. When I was applying it, I also smelled grapefruit. I didn't really smell any rose scent. 

Meishoku Organic Rose Skin Conditioner

I haven't tried this yet because I currently have two other rose toners and another one on the way from Gmarket. I think I'm good for a few years...(-__-). It contains 200ml. I'm also afraid to try it because I think it might smell like the gel (medicinal and herbaly).

All of my rose toners (so far)!
Left to right: Holika Holika Bulgarian Rose Petal Skin, Thayer's Rose Petal Witch Hazel with Aloe Vera, & Meishoku Organic Rose Skin Conditioner

I wanted to post a comparison of Holika Holika's Petal Skin and Thayer's Rose Petal Witch Hazel, but I couldn't really discern any notable differences other than the scent (Holika Holika's is more floral and sweet smelling, Thayer's has that grandma rose smell) and how much dirt and makeup it removed (Holika Holika's removed more than Thayer's). Maybe I'll review them all once I receive Mizon's Bulgarian Rose Toner from my next Gmarket haul!

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