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[Beauty] Magimaxx Aquacell Jeju Horse Placenta & Oil Cream Review

Annyeong! I'm here to bring you the latest (and effective) beauty trend after snail cream - horse oil! Yeah ok it sounds a lil disgusting so I feel a need to explain this.

How is Horse Oil obtained?
Koreans eat horse meat and the fat is a byproduct. Someone somehow discovered that the fat under the horse mane, when made into oil, is just freaking awesome. The composition is similar to human skin so it absorbs seamlessly and can be used to heal eczema.


Where to buy Horse Oil Cream?
I got my jar from www.althea.kr, which shipped it over from Korea itself.




Ta-da! Can you believe even the cap is made from real wood?!


Comes with a safety cap so I haven't spilled any of my precious cream so far.


The moment I opened it I was hit in the face with the strong fragrance. It smells nice but maybe a tad too overpowering, eh? It does linger for about an hour and smells like I'm wearing perfume xD


The texture is super nice, like a light gel-cream. It spreads easily and disappears into my skin within a minute. Awesome! I do notice that my skin shines later on in the day, no matter how much I try to dab it away. Despite the shine, it does not feel oilier than usual. If you're going for the dewy Korean skin look, this should help ;)


Overall, my dry skin is totally loving it and I would recommend you to try it out.


** Product was provided by the company for review purposes. However, this has not affected my thoughts on the product in any way.

22 comments:

  1. OH BOY! i wanted to order this actually. But i wasnt sure how to use it. Its good to know that it smells like perfume tho :p

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  2. Horse oil is definitely the craze nowadays! Seems like it is very moisturizing but I'm not sure if it would be suitable for oily skin.

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  3. Errr...horse fats? *gulp* i think the product is great if i dont know its from horse haha

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  4. I also read that horse oil is good for our skin. I do have a dry skin too. This might be good for me as well. :)

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  5. I never knew Korean eat horse meat and then the fat is taken to produce cosmetics. What a discovery for me today haha. Will try it out if they hit the Malaysian stores one day :)

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  6. Wow. the texture is so nice. Lovely review. Would like to try this product out!

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  7. Love the packaging. Looks very nice! Any chance the pearl necklace comes with it? hahaha

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  8. I have not try this Magi Maxx skincare before, from your review it is suitable for dry skin user. Maybe I can try it too.

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  9. love the wooden cap! been listening to horse oil, but not too sure about until i stumbled upon this post. thanks for sharing ya.

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  10. Waaaa looks a really amazing cream! I am aiming for the guerisson oil actually! Maybe this cream can be really useful to try too =D

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  11. Looks like a great product for me as my skin easily get dry and I need it to keep my skin moisturise.

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  12. I heard a lot of product that made from horse oil but I never try it. I find it weird to use on my own face. But still will consider it .

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  13. Wow...definitely something different, I highly doubt that we would get this in South Africa, would be so interesting to try though. Does it have any smell?

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  14. After reading your positive review, I feel I should try a bottle of horse oil as well. My skin is dry and this should help.

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  15. Looks like an amazing product.... I won't mind trying it out sometime...

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  16. I wish beauty products were more straight forward for men. Hehe.

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  17. First time hearing of this brand. But I notice that most korean moisturizer are using horse oil cream now. Seriously am so curious to know how they extract the oil. hahaha.

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  18. I have been hearing so much about this product recently, would like to try it out too :)

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  19. the ingredients for beauty products are becoming more and more exotic. haha :)

    As long as the effects are good, i dont mind

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  20. is this horse oil better than the other more popular brand, ahh i can't remember the brand now. claire's?

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  21. As I know, horse oil is quite famous in Japan, never know that Korea is coming out this kind of product as well.

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  22. Does it make your face oily after 2-3 hours? Because for cream textured products I noticed that's what happens after awhile

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