K-Beauty Fan? Then You Need To Check Out Too Cool For School

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I'm a big fan of Korean Skincare in general as I find that K-Beauty products always offer something different and unique. Whether it's the ingredients or the packaging Korean Beauty, particularly the skincare is just great in my eyes and tends to work well with my skin. So when some Too Cool For School products dropped through my letterbox I was excited to give them a try as I've never tried them before. Too Cool For School sell a wide range of products for all of your body care needs and I was kindly sent two skincare products and a body care product too.  

The Egg Mousse Soap Facial Cleanser* which is priced at £18 is basically what it says on the tin. Now, I do use some foaming cleansers but I don't like to use them for longer than 2-3 days in a row just because I find that they dry out my skin on and around my nose and also between my brows and it's really annoying when I have makeup on because it just clings to those areas. It doesn't matter if it's a budget or high-end brand, foaming cleansers don't work that great for my skin. But I feel like they are nice for a light cleanse in the morning. However I have been using it here and there and it definitely does a nice job at cleansing my skin without feeling like it's been completely stripped and leaves me with a radiant glow. It's also got a nice floral-like scent too which I do really like. However I don't think I'll be replacing it just because I prefer a gel cleanser just because I find that they work the best for my skin.

The Egg Cream Firming Sheet Mask* priced at £6 definitely intrigued me but I do think it's probably for someone with an older skin type just because the mask says that it will help to combat the loss of elasticity and sagging skin. It's enriched with a blend of egg yolk, egg white and collagen. I popped it on for 20 minutes as it instructs and I did feel like it tightened my skin a little but is that the egg white in the ingredients making it do that? I don't know. All I know is 15 year old Kirsty was very much into making home-made masks and I've definitely used egg white on my face before and it did make your skin feel like it's tightened. I think I will pick up the pore tightening sheet mask from Too Cool For School though as I think I'd maybe see and feel better results with it being more appropriate for my oily/combination skin type and I'll probably share my thoughts on my insta stories or something. I think if you have a drier and/or older skin type then you'd probably like this mask as it did leave my skin feeling hydrated after using it.

The Egg Mousse Body Oil* priced at £24 is definitely the winner out of the three products I've tried so far. I'm not going to lie, I've been a bit obsessed with it as you may have seen on my insta. Containing a cocktail of ingredients with a blend of five botanical oils to restore moisture without clogging pores. It's so unusual and it smells gorgeous and perfect for this time of the year with it's floral with a slightly fresh touch scent. I love how easy it is to apply and the fact that it's not messy at all. It also dries fast and gives your skin a subtle glow. I'm definitely going to be buying this again as soon as I run out because it's a fab product, especially for the summer. 

Now that I've tried some products from Too Cool For School it's just made me want try more from them. I've already got my eyes on quite a few other products including their Egg-Zyme Whipped Cleanser, Pumpkin Purifying 24K Mask, Coconut Sugar Facial Scrub and the Egg Mousse Pack.

Have you tried anything from Too Cool For School yet? If so, what have you tried?

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  1. I've never heard of this brand before but their products are definitely intriguing!

    Katie | www.justkatiee.com XX

  2. The Egg Mousse Body Oil sounds amazing - I really want to try this brand!

    Lucy | Forever September