April Skin Magic Stone Review
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April Skin Magic Stone Review

What Is April Skin Magic Stone?

First of all, I’d like to share with you my quest to write reviews on products that I have already used up. It gives me so much joy to completely use up a product! My “January Empty (2018)” is the April Skin Magic Stone, a Korean-made soap that claims to be non-irritating, eco-friendly, and applicable for all skin types.

April Skin Magic Stone Soap Review- Bellissimamma
April Skin Magic Stone

Where Can You Buy April Skin Magic Stone?

I bought this soap at Watson’s Philippines five months ago but I was only able to use it last month. They were having a Korean products sale at that time and I was very intrigued by the name of the soap. As a nursing mom, I was also looking for safer and unscented beauty products. (You can also purchase this soap from Amazon. Check out my affiliate link at the end of this post.)

So I used it almost every day since December 2017, so it would be safe to say that this soap lasted for a little more than a month. I used it as a face and body soap.

My thoughts on April Skin Magic Stone:

1. First, let’s talk about its scent. I really like products that have a mild/ non-existent smell. It has a very neutral smell which I like because it does not mix with the other scents that I put on my body (e.g. lotion/ perfume).

2. Next, it gives my skin a squeaky-clean feeling, but it is non-drying as well.

3. Furthermore, it melts easily so keep it in a dry container. The directions also say to cut it into 4 pieces to save more of the product.

4. However, it is very expensive for a piece of soap (Php 400)! I might not repurchase it because of its price. If I go to Korea, I will definitely repurchase. This is available on Amazon U.K.

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April Skin Magic Stone Black’s Ingredients:

Finally, here are the ingredients found on the label. Read carefully!

  • Coconut oil
  • Palm oil
  • Olive oil
  • Castor oil
  • Camellia oil
  • Rice bran oil
  • Shea butter
  • Pure water
  • Sodium hydroxide
  • Liquid sulfur
  • Kelp extract
  • Pearl powder
  • Charcoal powder
  • Hyaluronic acid
  • Muscovite powder
  • Liquid effective microorganisms
  • Oriental medicine complex
  • Lavender Essential Oil
  • Lemon Essential Oil

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Hannah Carmela is the author of Bellissimamma. She blogs about beauty, travel, and motherhood. She is a work-at-home mom to Leon and Lucas. She is married to her college sweetheart. Her family is based in Italy.

Email: thebellissimamma@gmail.com
Instagram: instagram.com/thebellissimamma

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2 Comments

  1. This is something that might suit me as my skin is quite sensitive. I hadn’t heard of this before, so it’s great to discover new products on the market. Popping over from #SnappedUp

    1. Thanks for dropping by, Lauretta!

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