All About Eggs | Too Cool For School's Egg Line

I've been super interested in Too Cool For School ever since I first spotted them in Sephora. I always thought they were a Korean brand, but the brand actually started in New York City and has since become one of the most sought-after brands in South Korea. They're known for their innovative formulas and cute packaging. I've recently gotten the chance to try most of their Egg line, which is one of their most popular lines, and so far every product has been a hit for me.

Egg Mousse Soap Facial Cleanser* | I'll admit the word "soap" in the product name made me a little nervous, but this actually feels more like washing your face with shaving cream. It's a thick, luxurious foam that doesn't leave the skin feeling stripped at all. The egg white works to control oil, while egg yolk nourishes the skin. It's the best of both worlds. I love this as a second cleanse when I've been wearing a lot of makeup, or as a morning cleanser when my skin is feeling really dull and tired. It provides a nice, deep clean without drying my skin out.

Egg Mousse Pack* | I had tried this mask before and really liked it, so I was excited to be able to use it again. Like the cleanser, it applies like a thick foam. It gradually sinks in over the course of about 10 minutes, and upon rinsing off you're left with clean, smooth skin. It also uses both the egg whites and yolks to purify and nourish the skin. I like using this mask in the mornings because it gives me an instant glow. It's a good mask for general maintenance, and I find I can use it multiple times per week because it's so gentle.

Egg Mellow Cream* | This is my favorite of the facial skincare products in the line. The cream has such a beautiful texture that melts into the skin and instantly plumps and firms. It makes for a beautiful makeup primer, but I find it's also nourishing enough to use overnight. It's marketed as a five-in-one product, able to replace serum, priming moisturizer, eye cream, neck cream, and sleep mask all at once. I'm too big of a fan of layering my skincare to try replacing everything with one product, but it certainly feels rich enough for me to believe it. I find it's a good middle ground between Glossier's two priming moisturizers, so it's been perfect for spring days.

Egg Cream Masks* | There are three different sheet masks in the line: Pore Tightening, which is the one I've tried, Firming, and Hydrating. I don't tend to notice a huge difference between many sheet masks I've used, but this is a lovely one. It feels quite soothing on the skin and my pores do appear a bit smaller upon removing the mask. The results aren't exactly long-lasting, but it's perfect before an event when I want my makeup to apply more smoothly.

Egg Mousse Body Oil* | This is the latest product I've tried from the line, and I'm super impressed. It comes out of the can as a mousse, but it dissolves into a lightweight oil as you massage it into the skin. It's the perfect body moisturizer for summer as it feels so weightless on the skin. It contains five botanical oils to nourish the skin, but the egg white and yolk extracts help the skin improve its ability to regenerate. 

Egg Mellow Body Butter* | This is my favorite product from the line, and it's also the best body butter I've ever used. I was originally sent this last summer, and I'm now on my third tub. It's incredibly nourishing and hydrating on the skin, but it doesn't feel sticky or heavy. I can't stand the feeling of thick bodycare products, but this is one I can slather all over. It has the loveliest smell, too - I can't even describe what it smells like. It's a little sweet, maybe a little floral, but it's really light on the skin and doesn't clash with any perfumes I may be wearing. It uses the egg extracts, shea butter, and multiple oils such as argan and sweet almond oils to deeply nourish the skin. I've been using it consistently for a year, and it's heavy-duty enough for winter and yet light enough for the warmer summer weather. If you get one thing from the line, this has to be it.

Have you tried anything from the Too Cool For School egg line?

*Products mentioned have been sent to me for consideration, but all opinions are my own. Please see my disclaimer for more information.