Hi everyone! I was sent this #34 Whole Grain 2 from Memebox, and I wanted to show you guys all the goodies inside. Memebox is a Korean beauty box, which sends specially selected (but secret/surprise) items that fit within a theme. You can get anywhere from 3-8 items, and they range from skincare to makeup to haircare and more! It’s not a monthly subscription, but you buy based on the boxes that you like, such as a Citrus themed box, Pink box, etc..
Here’s the first look, along with the information card.
I love that Memebox includes a product information card because most of the products are hard to decipher.
First up we have Tosowoong Timeshift Emulsion (Value $34), which is a treatment made to help tighten up the skin and improve complexion. It’s smooth and thin, similar to applying a serum or anti-aging nighttime treatment.
Next, we have Echoice Wash Oatmeal Body Scrub (Value $5). This body scrub and wash is made from oatmeal and natural ingredients to help scrub away imperfections and leave you with smooth skin. The smell isn’t that great, but it does a good job at exfoliating.
Osho Whitening Cream (Value $34) is a cream that’s supposed to even out your skin and remove any dark spots. I’m a little skeptical because I don’t want to be using a “whitening cream” that ends up lightening my skin or complexion but may test this out here and there.
Young Face Natural Soap (Value $12) is a pretty straight to the point facial soap, which helps to clear blemishes, tighten skin and leave you with an overall fresh and clean appearance.
I’m actually loving this Seven DIAS Medi Anti-Blemish Serum (Value $29). I don’t have acne, but once in a while get pimples and this serum helps to dry them out quickly overnight. You can use it on your entire face or just as spot treatment when needed.
The final item is Nu-ruk Youngface Natural Powder (Value $5), which is a face mask powder that you mix with a liquid of your choice (water, milk, honey, or yogurt) and apply to your face as a brightening mask. I like this because you can choose how thin or thick to make it and use household ingredients.
The ‘Whole Grain 2’ box was definitely interesting–a mix of facial, skincare and bath products– all which contain some form of grain ingredient, such as mung beans, oatmeal, etc. I really like the feeling that these products are natural and good for you and aim to brighten, tighten and perfect skin. Also, all of these products were full-sized which was pretty great (over $100 value). The only thing I didn’t love was that the scents were either non-existent or just didn’t smell very good. All in all, however, it was definitely a great Memebox!
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