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Moisturizers -MUJI -Moisturising Milk for Sensitive Skin - High Moisture

I'm really disappointed in this product. I've been using it regularly for about ten months, as a day and night moisturizer, after a bunch of other skincare products. I really like the packaging, as it's sleek and appealingly minimalist. Sadly, that's about the only positive thing I can say about this. I thought it was decent at first, which is why I used it for so long. But now that I've simplified my skincare regimen significantly due to, well, uh, skincare sensitivities, and as the weather has turned from hot and humid, to frigid and dry, I've noticed the issues with it more and more.

My main issue is that it's simply not a very effective moisturizer, and certainly not what I would consider "high moisture". On paper, the ingredients look pretty good, but you can never know how something is going to react on your skin until you try it. Within a few minutes of application, my skin feels tight and dry again, with an unpleasant sticky residue. Applying a lot of product at once or multiple layers doesn't work, and actually makes it pill very badly on me. It is a lotion after all, so perhaps it's more suited to people with oily or combo skin, rather than my dry, dehydrated, sensitive skin. I've also noticed recently that this product makes my skin tingle, burn, itchy, and feel even more sensitive. My skin seems to be very reactive and this has happened with several products from other brands in my search for skincare that works for me - a search which is no longer fun and is starting to wear me out.

I personally wouldn't recommend this moisturizer to anyone, particularly those with dry, sensitive skin, which is to whom this product seems to be targeted.

The major upside, I suppose, is that it's inexpensive. I'm one of those people who strongly believes that moisturizing creams at the end of one's skincare regimen should be used more for their physical properties as a barrier to seal in hydration and provide moisture rather than any targeted treatment of wrinkles, age spots, scarring, etc. (that's better saved for serums and essences). So I certainly don't think this is a bad product because it's cheap, because I don't think you need to spend your entire paycheck to get a decent moisturizer when it's meant to perform such a simple function. No, I just don't think this product is good, and it's certainly not for me.

1 of 1 people found this helpful.

Misc Beauty Tools -MUJI -Unbleached Cotton Pads

on 12/6/2018 10:11:00 PM

I really wanted to like these, but they start pulling apart and shredding almost immediately upon use. I'm only about 6 into the package so getting through the next 174 is going to be fun. Personally, I much prefer the Daiso "cotton puff" pads I've been using the last few months. They're not as big, and are bleached, but at least they hold together while I swipe toner across my face. I shudder to think of the cotton fluff I'll have to pick out of my lashes the first time I try to use eye makeup remover with these.

Nail Tools -MUJI -Nail Clippers

on 10/16/2018 2:22:00 PM

I've never bothered to buy branded nail clippers before, but Sali Hughes reviewed these somewhere and said that she is never without them. Whether or not that's true, I've never seen anyone review nail clippers before so I thought they must be worth it.

I do my nails myself, apply polish once a week, etc. I cut them short and let them grow until they're impractical and then cut again.

These nail clippers are astonishingly good. They cut your nails like a hot knife through butter, catch the clippings in a removable pouch and leave your nails smooth and rounded off - absolutely no need for a nail file! I haven't used a file since I bought these, which I know can only be a good thing.

No matter how long I leave it between clipping, my nails never snag my clothes (I can put tights on immediately after with no problems!)

The ONLY down side is that the lever has a nail file on the side that you press down on, which, by the time you've finished, irritates.

I can't believe I'm so mad about a nail clipper...

3 of 3 people found this helpful.

Cleansers -MUJI -Sensitive Skin Cleansing Oil

on 9/2/2018 9:19:00 PM


This oil is amazing!!
I'm not acne prone however I do have rosacea and finding a product that doesn't irritate is really difficult. I used to use Shu Uemura's Ultimate oil and it was quite amazing but the pricetag it came with... no so much.
Muji's sensitive option is such a good alternative.. dare I say even better than Shu's.
The smell is a little bit meh because of the olive oil however it isn't overpowering.
Some people are complaining about the consistency but what I do is hold it in my palms for a couple of second to warm it up.

2 pumps are enough (for full face makeup)
deep cleansing
non irritating
washing off easily

smells a bit like olive oil

3 of 3 people found this helpful.

Misc Beauty Tools -MUJI -Eyelash Curler

on 8/24/2018 3:55:00 AM

Best eyelash curler I have found so far! I have tried both Shu & Shiseido and Muji ranks #1 for me (Shu #2, Shiseido #3). It seems to fit my eye shaper better. I found the Shiseido one too flat. The Shu one is a bit too long for my eye shape. Muji is just right. Plus it is only $10 Cad!

1 of 1 people found this helpful.

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