Review: CNP Laboratory Mugener Ampule

I feel like I have extraordinary control over my body – I once had gastroenteritis but I still managed to drag myself to work (that, and also because my workaholic of an ex-boss demanded that I go in). I can wake up at 4.30am on a daily basis even though I sleep at 12, and I have super willpower to stay awake without the need for caffeine. But there are some areas that I can’t control, like how my skin has gone ballistic on me recently due to the heat wave + haze, and there are spots popping up faster than you can say “Sim Lim Scam”.

 

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I say…

My skin (like my temper) has been easily irritable these days, due to the hot, hot, hawt weather, so I dug about my stash for this product I knew I had.

  • I’ve tried this product before in the form of a facial treatment in Korea at CNP Skin Clinic.
  • It comes in a frosted glass bottle with a dropper cap.
  • The rubber portion of the dropper cap is slightly soft (not as firm compared with belif’s peat miracle serum concentrate).
  • It does, however, do a decent job in picking up the ampule for use.
  • There’s absolutely no scent in the ampoule.
  • It’s a clear thick liquid.
  • It’s easy to apply over this skin cos it’s kinda like a watered-down version of honey.
  • There’s no sticky or greasy residue, but it definitely needs some time to set in – give it about 30 seconds to a minute.
  • Because of this, I prefer to use it alone (cos layering products over will be a little tough, considering that this doesn’t get absorbed in immediately).
  • Now what it does (while on the surface of your skin)  is that it utilises the simple theory of physics – first of all, liquid on your skin will cool it down cos it conducts heat away.
  • That aside, the ingredients also calm and soothe the skin and take away the redness and irritation.
  • Have dry peeling skin? This also works – I saw great results on my dry cheeks.
  • Unlike makeup, there isn’t an immediate visible tangle effect that you can witness, but after a couple of days, you’ll notice that your skin will be less irritated with less spots, while the dry flaky portions will be recovering.
  • There’s a healthy glow to my skin now.
  • Note: there isn’t any increase in skin fairness or shrinkage in pore size, but this works to better your skin’s overall health.
  • I particularly love this on days when the weather is crazy hot (hello, 30-degree nights, anyone?!) – I slather on some belif peat miracle serum concentrate and apply this over. Two ampule-type products to protect and nurse my skin back to health baybeh (kinda like Rambo or Chow Yun Fatt’s double-gun attack -bambambam!)
  • I also believe (and if I’m not wrong), that it’s the top portion of their Soothing SOS Face Mask (which, by the way, is another skin-saver for irritated skin).

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Overall, I love this and it’s going onto my dresser as one of those fail-proof  SOS products.  I’m thinking about putting it into a glass case with the signs “Break in times of (pimple and skin-irritation) emergencies”  Hah.

 

 

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