Tuesday, March 7, 2017

Missha Super Aqua Cell Renew Snail Essential Moisturizer


I take my hat off, or out or drop it humbly to the Koreans. They are darn good. They have slowly and surely stormed the beauty world. In fact, they have bullet-trained even some of the successful US and Japanese beauty brands. I salute them. I mean, look at the beauty industry now. Korean, Korean and Korean brands. Maybe more affordable too since we are biting the currency bullet really hard, but honestly, Koreans have strongly captured the beauty of women and men simultaneously. Believe me. If you still don’t, I suggest you pause for an hour or two on flaunting your perfect life on social media, which I know is really difficult. Instead, surf the net to discover at least a handful of Korean products you can buy at a touch of your finger. How about also, instead of bitching about your best friend or issues not relevant at all to you, where else except social media again, please walk the streets for an umbrella view of Korean skin care and beauty products at pharmacies, drug stores and their own beauty outlets. Dang!   

I’m actually like, I would say still exploring Korean products. Just a year plus I face-tested some of their masks. Not a letdown, neither did Missha BB Cream I purchased recently caused me to cut sharpen my jaw or cut open my eyes. Skin is still good though pigmentation has crawled because I sweat so badly, by virtue, that washes off my thick sunblock layer. Damn! I hate it. I must work on it. For the time being forget about pigmentation, lets continue with moisturising our face. At Missha Sunway Pyramid, the good to service beauty adviser suggested Missha Super Aqua Cell Renew Snail Essential Moisturiser I can use twice a day for my 52 year old sensitive-combination and lacking in hydration skin (MAC Lightful SPF30 Moisturiser). Budget was in my wallet, I didn’t mind the slimy snail extracts as long as they are not juiced out of dirty drain dirty snails, and for beautiness, I paid RM152.00.      
Missha Super Aqua Cell Renew Snail Essential Moisturizer
Recommended for :
Age 20s-30s
- those wanting a product that soothes skin texture and helps boost the absorption of following skin care products
- those wanting to create soft, moisturized, glowing skin
- those concerned about dull complexion and loss of elasticity
- those wanting to improve skin and prevent skin damage

Key Ingredients
Contains 40% snail slime extract and botanical stem cell extract to improve damaged skin texture and to provide energy to the skin
Contains baobab tree extract and deep sea water to store hydration and create firm skin.
Concentrated formula is a moist lotion + essence that moisturizes and nourishes for a healthy skin balance

How to use
After skin treatment, pump 1-2 times to get an appropriate amount and apply onto face following skin texture.
Pat lightly until fully absorbed.
Seriously, I'm dead serious man. I can’t get over and done why Missha must mention that this cream is for age 20s to 30s. Question mark? Marks definitely deducted because I sure don't look that young. Whatever. Let me now tell you if Missha creepy crawly snail moisturizer should occupy a spot on your dressing table? Why not? I respect this decent cream. But please, stop bugging me on how to use (Laura Mercier Tinted Moisturiser SPF20). Please go back to what Missha has already reported, I sure can say that this thick consistency cream is not nose blowing. Bull! Nice should appropriately describing its scent. Anyway, I’ve never been a perfume sniffing person, so I don’t fall for anything that smells fabulous. Not even Hugo Boss, Gucci or other world class perfume brands.
Missha Super Aqua Cell Renew Snail Essential Moisturizer is certainly a good run from the Korean manufacturing plant for hydrating and moisturizing. No qualms in applying. Then again, what's the big deal about applying moisturiser? Take some and apply. That's it. Missha Super Aqua Cell Renew Snail Essential Moisturizer absorbs quickly and easily, and its shin after 2 to 3 hours is actually a glow my skin need. I’m fine. I don't mind because it didn't break me up neither do  I have to blot my face with blotting paper every now and then. Of course once you sweat profusely, I guess it does wear off together with the powder you have set over it. Packaging is good. Slightly bulky, but that’s okay because moisturisers ((Shu Uemura Phyto Boosting Lotion & Olay Regenerist UV Moisturiser) generally stay put at home, whereas I had no issue whatsoever in sashing it in my luggage when I travelled. However, sadly, it didn't firm, it didn't improve elasticity and it didn't brighten nor lighten my discolored patches. Unfortunately too it does not contain SPF (L'Occitane UV Shield SPF50). I don't have scars, so, I can't comment. Nevertheless, this non-sticky cream is value for money. You just need a tiny bit and it's lasting. 
That’s it ladies. Before I go, just a gentle reminder. Remember, a moisturised and hydrated skin will reflect on your self-esteem. Skin is good, you feel good. Confidence right? Absolutely. Take care everyone. 

Don't forget to trend alongside "beauty with nava-k" on every other social media please!




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7 comments:

  1. I used to be crazy for all the commercial beauty products, these days I am fascinated with all the beauty products from your own kitchen...you know..pretty scary all those chemical stuff..so I look forward to your test&tried beauty series from your own kitchen!!

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  2. I've not tried this brand but it's available everywhere in Japan. Looks very popular there. xoxo

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  3. I have not tried this brand yet.. looks like i need to search for it soon.. great review:)

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  4. Korean products r amazing bt then buy from India and a big hole in ur pocket.. going by ur review if it does not do anything extraordinary it will be a skip for me

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  5. I have tried Mishha Nail paints and eye shadows and they are great ....I am a little unsure about snail slime....but looks like a great product. Nice review. So true about Korean brands they have caught the beauty world by Storm
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  6. Totally agree. Koreans are masters when it comes to beautification.

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