Monday, October 4, 2010

Etude House AC Clinic Toner

I know I've been MIA for a month. Too much work kept me busy with life. Hopefully, I could regularly visit my blog from now on. Anyways since its past I have to move on and share to you today one toner that help in decreasing those nasty zits. Introducing the Etude House AC Clinic Toner...

  •  Formulated with Salicylic Acid and Hinoki Cypress extract, AC Clinic Toner clarifies and soothes troubled skin for moist, cleansed sensation all day long.
  • Non-Comedogenic 
  • Dermatologist Tested
Active Ingredients: Salicylic Acid and Hinoki Cypress extract

My say:
Performance: 4/5 stars
Packaging: 3/5 stars
Pricing: 3/5 stars

I love this toner because it does help in decreasing those pesky zits. Salicylic Acid does help in fighting bacteria that cause acne. I'm glad that I'm not allergic to it for this product works well for me. I used this in the morning since I'm using another toner at night. No tight-feeling nor stinging sensation after or while using it. It helps in drying out those ugly zits and calms my troubled skin. I don't like its huge glass-bottle container because I'm always on alert while holding this for I'm afraid I might dropped it. It's kinda heavy to bring along so I don't bring this with me when I go out of town or on vacation rather I transfer some of it on a small container. But I wish they just come in a plastic bottle so that even when I'm on my clumsy days it won't easily break (hehehe!). I got this on a steal price from a gtalker. She seems to be selling some of her unused stuffs and this is one of them. This comes with the facial foam and both are just Php 200! This is sold more than Php400 at Etude House stores here. So when this was sold in an amazing low price, I immediately bought it :) I think Korean products are over-priced outside Korea.

It's good to be back in my cyberhome :)


Anonymous said...

where did you buy the facial foam and toner for only Php 200? i bought mine for Php 600 for both products.