Unboxing : Memebox's Superbox #9 Tony Moly

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Memebox is a beauty box containing Korean beauty products, but unlike the other beauty boxes, Memebox isn't a monthly subscription and you can decide every month (or even every week) if you want to purchase a box or not.
Memebox actually declines into a few types of boxes : You have the regular Memeboxes which comes packed with 4 - 8 full sized products and deluxe samples, Superboxes with full-size products and these superboxes are themed by brands, needs for example and finally , we have the Luckyboxes which are boxes concentrated with the popular products of the past Memeboxes. The site also has an e-shop where you can purchase the products from the boxes and whatnot.

SUPERBOX - Tony Moly 

I'm bit scared when it comes to beauty boxes, I've always wanted to try Birchbox for example but, I never could bring myself to simply because I'm scared of just wasting my money over some products I won't like and spending 20 bucks on samples/deluxes isn't my thing. The thing that I like with superboxes is the fact that these are all full size products and all of that for 39$. Just before purchasing this box, I've placed a Testerkorea order (to come next on the blog) and I didn't put any Tony Moly products in it because I wanted to see if I'd get what I wanted in this box.
The box is in a pretty pink color (always good when you want to re-use the boxes) and comes with a detailed card of what each products are and how to use them.


80g of a "Magic Massage pack" : Enriched with fresh tomatoes and pearl powders, Tomatocs Magic Massage Pack brings you a multi-functional facial care, providing double effects of both a massage cream and a wash-off pack. Its soft, creamy texture will gently remove any residues on your skin, leaving it deeply energized and brightened.


This balm type primer gives you a smooth, silk skin tone & texture by tightening the enlarged pores and meticulously filling in the fine lines and acnes scares on your skin. (20g)

Now, this line of egg pore I wanted, no luck for me out of the 3 Egg Pore product I got the one I didn't want, the BlackOut Oil Gel (White packaging) and the Tightening Pack (beige packaging) were the one I wanted and I purposely didn't order them in my Testerkorea order because I thought I'd maybe get them in this Tony Moly superbox. The one thing , I absolutely love about this line, is the packaging. I'm a sucker for packaging but to my great luck, it came "damaged" the actual top part was off and stuck inside. The bottom of the top egg is kind of sticky and the top part was stuck to it. I tried putting back together but I couldn't, not matter how I tried. I was pretty bummed out by that. 


With this hydro-gel type cooling patch, you won't even have to worry about those folds along your smile lines from the sides of your nose down towards the ends of your lips. The black secret complex consisting of black bean extracts, blueberry extracts, black sesame extracts, and mulberry extracts will help nullify the tick creases that may hold your back from smiling to your heart's content. 

The second most useless product of the box I'd say, I don't think that it would erase the smile lines or anything but I'll give it a try nevertheless. I guess it's just a cool thing to try once in a life time.

Pocket Bunny Sleek Mist

60 ml : If you feel your face gradually becoming shinier from facial oil not long after finishing you makeup in the morning, this sleek Mist would be just what you're looking for. With extracts from cabbage, pineapple and lemon, it will quickly soothe and re-adjust your skin to look nice and silky again. 

Seems that this is a make up setting spray, I always wanted to pick up MAC's Fix Plus , and now that summer is here, it's going to be easy to try out this new product. I've already started to use it.. Review to come !

Petite Bunny Gloss Bar

Lipstick and lip gloss combined together in the form of a creamy lip crayon, the petit Bunny Gloss Bar softly melts onto your lips for a long-lasting rosy look. It's easy to use and easy to apply whenever and wherever your lips need a little bit of color or hydration.

The most useless item of the box, in my opinion. This Gloss Bar would be the one thing I'd never purchase in the first place so I was kind of disappointed when I saw this in my box (and when I read some spoilers).

 Floria Nutra-Energy 100 Hours Cream

45 ml : The ultimate facial cream is packed with fermented extracts from argain oil, rosehip oil, evening primrose oil, calendual flower oil, and borage oil to provide intense hydration that will last for up to 100 hours. By deeply nourishing and filling up each layer of your skin with resillient, moisturizing enever, Nutra-Energy Cream Soothes, hydrates and maintains your skin's full potential all day long. 

Nail Foundation Kit

This gentle nail polish kit contains no chemical compositions and is consisted of nude color - #1 Pale Beige, #2 Classic and #3 Camel Beige - perfect for a basic feminine look.

I won't review this product but I wore these colors and I'd say that would need at least 2 to 3 coats to have a full coverage. The nail polish has kind of a jelly texture and lasts up to 3 days without chipping (with no top coat). The nude colors are great and looks great with my complexion (NC42) without making my hands look darker or anything. Each bottle contains 7 ml of products but applying 3 coats each time, greatly reduce the lifespan of your bottles.

EDIT : After only a few weeks (almost a month) after receiving this product, I put it onto my nails for a few hours and removed it the very next day. The nailpolish completely dried out my nails and made them looking a nasty yellow. I don't know if this product was a bad batch or just that Memebox sent us pretty old nailpolishes set but this was a complete disaster.

-> Individual reviews to come of each of these products (excluding the nail polishes)


NEXT ARTICLE TO COME : Nature Republic x EXO : By Flower Lip Balm (Kai and Luhan) REVIEW - LINK HERE

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