I'm more to a acne-prone gal, I kinda have a normal-oily skin. So I don't really care about moisturizing, because I can keep up with it using sheet masks or Hada Labo lotion. I actually liked to have exfoliation almost everyday, well I know I have to keep it to the bare minimum, but I just can't help it, it's almost like an addiction to me. LOL. But usually I'd try to exfoliate on every alternate days, because that's how I roll.I think I'm going to make a review for this, I'll be killing two birds with one stone. So here goes,
This is ETUDE HOUSE's Baking Powder Pore Crunch Scrub.
It contains 24 pouches. It cost me less than $20, very affordable. This could actually last me a long time. You might think one pouch is only for one application, no no no. It's for, at most, 4 applications so 24 x 4 = 96 applications. So let's say I'll be using it 3 times a week, it'll last me 8 months, that's not bad for an exfoliation product.
This is how it looks like, haha, I took a picture of this when I was in my former office, LOL!
This is how it looks like, it contains micro-scrub particles that doesn't dissolve upon using it. It scrubs real good, leaving my face smooth. Though it is for pore problems, it does help with removing blackheads, but not much. It doesn't help with removing white heads either. It basically lifts up any dead skin cells and also blackheads/whiteheads that is just on the surface of your skin, or a thin layer below your skin.
So I usually wear Tony Moly's Fresh Aqua Tear Drop toner and emulsion after exfoliating as a moisturizing step, but my sample stock is currently nil, so I went back and used my Hada Labo Arbutin Lotion. With that lotion, I still have a long way to go with 170ml, just imagine, each application, you only need 3-4 drops for the whole face.
But anyways, I'll be repurchasing this when the time comes, as not only does it work well with my skin, it also smells nice :)