Thursday, August 23, 2012

Tony Moly Clean Dew Broccoli Sprout Cleansing Cream

My makeup artist friend once told me that it's not makeup that causes pimples, but it's the leftover makeup that hasn't been properly removed that causes clogged pores. While I love playing with makeup, I used to think that makeup removal was the most hassle part of the entire process. Imagine being dead tired, and all you want to do is sleep, but you'd still have to clean your face. I used to just use facial wash and nothing else, and wonder why my skin perennially had small bumps/pimples around my cheeks. It wasn't until I started being consistent with my skincare regimen that my skin cleared up and looked as it is right now. Everyday, I double cleanse my face at night. I use a cleansing cream (or cold cream) to remove my makeup, and use a facial wash afterwards.

I got this makeup remover sample from my Tony Moly mini haul. It's Tony Moly's Cleansing Dew Broccoli Sprout Cleansing Cream - veggies for your face!

Tony Moly Clean Dew Broccoli Sprout Cleansing Cream (P478.00)

This cleansing cream contains Broccolli sprout extract and vitamin E capsules that melt on skin.

See those green dots? It looks like veggie bits, but I think that those are the moisturizing capsules that burst when it comes into contact with the skin.

What I Love About It:
  • This cleansing cream has vitamin E that moisturizes the skin. For those who find foaming facial cleansers drying, then you might want to add this to your regimen. It makes my face feel clean and soft after every wash. Softer than if I had just used facial wash alone.
  • I'm fond of the fresh scent. It's not overwhelming or too fragrant for a face care product.
  • It thoroughly removes all traces of makeup; even my waterproof gel liner comes off easily with this! No tugging required.
  • It makes my face look more radiant (compared to other makeup removers that I've used before, which basically just removes makeup) - probably because of the broccoli extract and vitamin E.
  • The packaging of the full-sized product is super adorable! (The leaves move!!! Haha!)

It might be a tad pricier than the current makeup remover I am using, but this one is more creamy and less watery than Etude House's Happy Teatime Cleansing Cream. Both of them does their job well in removing all traces of makeup, but I liked the effect of Tony Moly's Broccoli Sprout Cleansing Cream better (in terms of skin softness and radiance). I'm halfway through with my second tub of cleansing cream from Etude House, and I'm considering making the switch to this one.

How about you? Have you tried this one from Tony Moly? If not, what are you using? I'm would love to know. :)



  1. I've heard about this. Glad to know it works, and the container's a keeper. =)

    1. Yes! It's super cute that you'd want to display it even long after you've emptied the tub. :)

  2. How about oily skin?? What do you think?? :) Though will wipe it off at once naman.

    1. I have oily skin and it's okay. Yup, you'd wipe it off anyway then proceed with a facial wash after. :)


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