Pyunkang Yul Moisture Cream
Today I'm going to be talking about the Pyunkang Yul Moisture Cream! I picked this cream up when I was in Napier for work in 2017 from a really cute little store. It was a little more expensive than I could find it online, but real life stores are so important to support and they can be really helpful when looking for the correct shade!
Naturally dissolves and conveys ample moisture to the dry skin. Smooth texture gifts smooth moisture to the skin without stickiness. Mildly cools the skin temperature and soothes the sensitive skin.
This cream comes housed in an elegant jar that is functional for half it's life, and irritating for the remainder. I find that the jar is a little too tall, and even though it comes with a fairly long spatula, it's annoying to stick your whole hand into the jar to get out the remainder of the cream. The cream itself is white in colour and has a moderately thick texture. It's easy to spread out on my skin and does take a little more effort to absorb than other creams I use. I find that I need to massage this cream in well to get the best finish, if I try to pat it in I just end up patting my face for what seems like hours.
I find that this cream hydrates my skin nicely initially, but the hydration just doesn't last for me. After about 6 hours I can feel tightness around my mouth which is my driest area. It claims to cool the skin, but I personally don't feel that effect.
I have actually finished the whole tub of this cream! I enjoyed using it, but it's not a product that I would repurchase again. My main faults with this cream is that it didn't keep my skin moisturised throughout the day and the packaging is a little annoying. It is 100ml which is bigger than the average face cream for me at least, but I would prefer a 50ml is a smaller, squatter jar so my fingers literally don't go inside the jar which I think is a little gross. My skin is combo at the moment, oily across the forehead and nose, dry on the chin and cheeks. I find that it works well for the oily parts of my skin, so it's definitely a skincare product I would recommend more towards oily skin rather than dry skin.