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Review: Tony Moly Egg Pore Silky Smooth Balm

By Michiemichiee
Review: Tony Moly Egg Pore Silky Smooth Balm
Today I am going to do a review of the Tony Moly Egg Pore Silky Smooth Balm that I recently purchased when I was at Gold Coast. The packaging is in the form of a golden coloured egg. It sort of reminds me of the Golden egg in the Harry Potter and The Goblet of Fire, where it was the goal of the First Task in the Triwizard Tournament that Harry competed in. That being said, its a really pretty and cute packaging.
The Egg Pore Silky Smooth Balm is meant to be used as a face primer and is to be applied right after moisturiser.
A description:"TonyMoly Eggpore Silky Smooth Balm is a concealer that is enriched with protein, effectively make the pores on nose invisible. Contains Magnolia bark and bud bean extracts, it soothes the irritation caused by daily pollution and free radicals The egg and camellia extracts further control sebum secretion, leaving your face soft and oil-free, make up will last longer as well."

Review: Tony Moly Egg Pore Silky Smooth Balm

Top view of the cute packaging.  The product is stored in a plastic box which I find very handy.


Review: Tony Moly Egg Pore Silky Smooth Balm

The product is stored under a plastic lid inside the "golden egg".


Review: Tony Moly Egg Pore Silky Smooth Balm

The balm has a very smooth , silky and velvety texture.

The balm primer goes on very nicely, filling up and covering any noticeable pores and marks on the face. I  cant say much about oil control, as my face still got a bit oily throughout the day. It did help with the oil control a little bit. The texture of the primer makes any face base products glide on alot better. It gives the face a more flawless finish and the face also feels really soft. I find that this works really well with BB creams, but I have not tried it with foundations. It also makes your face base product last alot longer throughout the day with less need to touch up. The primer can also be used on its own to even out skin and minimise the appearance of pores. 
However, this product is silicon based so those with more sensitive skin or is allergic to silicons should be careful. Better yet, if you're allergic to silicons, stay away from this. It is not advisable to use this everyday as it may clog pores. I will only use it for special occasions. I really dont think I want to use this for a normalday; its just too much work and Im lazy. ;)
In conclusions, it is definitely worth a try. It is a really good primer for those with enlarged pores that wants a flawless finish on the face, with a little oil control to help mattify the face.
On another note, look what came in the mail today. I didn't think it would happen but here it is. Now, time to write an appeal letter. Grrrrr.

Review: Tony Moly Egg Pore Silky Smooth Balm



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