Review for Acne Clear Pimple Treatment Cream

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Review for Acne Clear Pimple Treatment Cream

Hey babes! My exams are finally OVER!! So I’m back for another review on the Acne Clear Pimple Treatment Cream from my haul which you can read it here. As we all hate acne, oh yes we do, this pimple cream promise to kills acne bacteria, unblocks oily pores and dries up pimples. It is a non-oily skin colour formula, but trust me, you don’t wanna go out with this on your face. The ‘skin-colour’ is way too stark orange and not blendable at all. I use it when I’m staying at home or at night. 

The colour is similar to Oxy’s skin-colour pimple treatment cream, the concealer one (*bad memory). Compared to the Oxy pimple cream, the texture of this is much ‘harder’ and less watery. The texture is very similar to Proactiv’s Refining mask, the consistency and even the way it hardens.










*Picture below is an idea of how the cream will look like on the face



Pros: 

As much as I want to say that this is a Holy Grail product, it is not. L The drying process takes around 3 - 4 days so it does take time. The pimple cream still works though, just not a wonder. Compared to other acne treatments like the Clearasil, Thursday Plantation’s Tea Tree Oil, Clinique Anti-Blemish Solutions, Neutrogena on-the-spot acne treatment and other pimple creams which I own; I gotta say this is one of the best. And ironically, this acne clear pimple treatment is the cheapest out of all the creams. It is ridiculously cheap and so underrated, hardly anyone knows about it. There are not many reviews about it too. 

The packaging comes in an aluminum squeeze tube, super easy to get product out, hygienic and does not contain any fragrance. It is suitable for people with sensitive skin as it is not harsh on the skin. I did not experience any irritation or flaking of skin. I use my HG moisturizer which is my Jorubi AloeVera Gel and it help greatly with any minor flakiness. A lot of product, definitely value for money. Also, compared to Proactiv’s Refining Mask which is a bitch to remove/wash off, the Acne Clear treatment washes away much more easily.


  
Cons:

No instant results which is fine for a SGD$4.00 product. When I bought it I did not expect much result too. When I apply this onto my ‘laughing lines’ (areas on faces where it folds when laugh) it cracks and flakes off but it doesn’t irk me as I can always reapply again. I didn’t notice any unblocking of pores or clearing of blackheads so meh about that. 

Similarly to the Proactiv’s Refining Mask, after it hardens it forms a mask that adheres to the face and is quite hard to remove. When washing off the cream, I soak the area with warm water and gently rub in circular motions to dissolve it.




Yadda Yadda:

Will I repurchase? Yes, for the price I do think that it works pretty well. I paid SGD$4.00 at my nearby Watsons store. Net Weight: 15g. I do highly recommend this product, super cheap and easy to use. Do give it a try and share with me if it works for you! 

Packaging: 4/5
Price: 5/5
Effectiveness: 3.5/5
Overall rating: 4.5/5 


A/N: Also, I just wanna thank all of you guys who read my blog. I notice an increase in views and am really thankful for all the support. I will continue to post more often with more interesting content to satisfy your beauty needs! Thank you babes! 


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Malaysia Haul: Tony Moly, Nature Republic, Etude House, Watsons

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Malaysia Haul: Tony Moly, Nature Republic, Etude House, Watsons

Hey guys! First up, I am sooo sooo sooo sorry for not posting in such a long time. I was really busy with exams, projects and problems in life that I just didn’t have time to prepare pictures and all. I am back now for a short while before some more exams and then a long holiday which I will make sure to stay extremely active on this blog. 

I went to Malaysia with a few friends to the nearby City Square Mall for a short shopping spree and just to relax from all the exams. It is a little complicated going through customs so do go with a friend who is experienced in such. Maybe I can do a customs walkthrough ‘how-to’ kinda post just to benefit readers who are going through customs the first time.  

Okay to be honest I went kind of crazy with purchasing makeup products, the prices in Malaysia are fairly cheaper compared to purchasing them in Singapore. As usual I will do a separate review on the individual items after I have tried them out (reviews are out! Links at end of post). I will list all of the product names and prices below. 


 Bags of goooodies! I didn't get Etude House's bag because the sales girl was soooo slow and i was like, forget it, i don't need any bag anyways.

I finally got my hands on Rimmel Pink Blush lipstick, it is not available in Singapore though! I wished there was Airy Fairy but there wasn't. My desk is super messy at the moment so sorry for the really compressed shot!






 The Biore Remover Wipes couldn't fit into the frame, so it has an individual shot.


I am not sure how cheap they are compared to Singapore prices because I haven’t really seen some of the items before in Singapore. So if you do know any product prices in sg, feel free to leave it in the comments below. 

SGD to RM exchange rate: 2.43 (Malaysia money changer rate)
SGD to RM exchange rate: 2.47 (Exact currency exchange rate)
RM = Malaysian Currency


Tip: change your money in Singapore for a higher rate as compared to changing it in Malaysia. Money changers will charge a lower exchange rate for their own money (to rip tourist’s cash) as you have to change for local money if you are in that country, if it makes any sense. I changed my money in Malaysia as it was too early and money changers in Singapore open really late.

Nature Republic:
Stain Girl’s Tint Red: RM$15.22 (SGD$6.26)
Stain Girl’s Tint Pink: RM$15.22
Nail Design Stickers (buy 2 get 1 free promo): RM$5.90 each (SGD$2.42 each)

Tony Moly:
Tony Tint Cherry Pink: RM$29.90 (SGD$12.34)
Kiss Lover Lip Stick PK01: RM$39.90 (SGD$16.46)

Etude House:
Blue Matte nail polish: RM$9.90 (SGD$4.07)
Pink nail polish: RM$4.75 (SGD$1.95)
Super Sun SPF 35 (10% discount): RM$29.90 (before discount) (SGD$12.30)
                                                                  : RM$26.95 (after discount) (SGD$11.09)

Watsons:
Rimmel Lipstick in 006 Pink Blush: RM$17.90 (SGD$7.36)
Biore Makeup Remover Wipes: RM$28 (SGD$11.50) *SG Watsons price: SGD$16.50


I lost some of the receipts so some prices are approximations. Have a great day! :D Feel free to leave comments; I will try to answer all of them!



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