February 20, 2013

Want It: Tony Moly Panda`s Dream Goodbye Dark Eye Corrector

Tony Moly Panda`s Dream Goodbye Dark Eye Corrector

I was browsing the Tony Moly site recently, creating my master lemming list when my little eye spied the new (not that new, believe it launched this past Summer) Panda’s Dream Goodbye Dark Eye Corrector.

I don’t need more eye correctors, concealers, serums, and potions but of course, like Sana’s useless Make Essence Concealer I decided Tony Moly’s Panda’s Dream tidbits should be added to my stash.

At around six dollars each (in Korea) they aren’t too bad a price to splurge and I won’t cry overly much when they don’t work. I’m a skeptic to say the least.

Take a look!

Tony Moly Panda`s Dream Goodbye Dark Eye Corrector is an eye cream that brightens and illuminates eyes. It appears to be a paler pink shade and contains twos kinds of whitening ingredients. Niacin Amide(whitening ingredient) and Haloxyl help to improve dark circles and dull skin tone will creating an immediate brightening effect.

Sana Make Essence Concealer promises similiar things but never did work out for me.

Why am I so addicted to purchasing Asian makeup products with cute little fuzzy bears and animals on the packaging!

If you’re willing to throw your cash around there are a few online shops as well as E-bay that have a similiar to retail price available for it.

What’s the best solution or trick you’ve used to get rid of dark circles?

Personally, no potion has every worked to erase dark circles for me. Concealer, plenty of sleep, and water are the best methods to keeping my eyes looking good.

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  • Icequeen81

    I agree , better sleep and water and a good digesting system ahem yeah it seems that is important too agains dark eyes

  • katie

    No potions have ever worked for me before either. I think in my case it is genetic and the skin is thin on my undereye area. Potions wont help with that. I really should be drinking more water. It is sooo hard for me. I really want to try some asian brands but dont really want to order online. I have two large asian markets and pretty and cute is not too far from me. I need to go through your archives and make a list of your must haves!

    • the Muse

      drinking more water is an issue for me too katie, I simply don’t like it :-/ I get my daily in with fruits or lots of tea but straight water, can’t do it my daily intake, find it difficult. go go go! ;-D have fun hauling some new goodies!

  • Louise

    The packaging looks so cute! Makes me want to buy it just for the packaging. It’s always the Korean products that lure you in by their cuteness..

  • stacy s

    Yeah, the panda is very cute. My eyes look like his some mornings. Allergies are my downfall. I’ll try almost anything.

    • the Muse

      aw stacy! Mine are mostly lack of sleep…! I go to bed too late and end up with puff and darkness ;-D if I get a full eight hours I look WAY better ;-D

  • Xail

    That packaging is adorable! However, I’ve resigned myself to the fact that my dark circles are never going away, since they’re hereditary. (Even when I was a toddler, I had them, and for my senior portrait in high school, the portrait company wasn’t able to get rid of them with digital retouching!) They’re a little bit worse now that I have ocular allergies, but at least my glasses cover them up!

  • Cj

    My dark circles have been terrible lately. I blame reading up old Muse posts till 3am… Thankfully I can fake a healthy 8 hours sleep with concealer lol!

    • the Muse

      LOL don’t blame me there ;-D not my fault ;-D I wish I can fake eight hours, it gets harder and harder to do lately ;D

  • Kiss & Make-up

    I don’t think I even care about how it performs! It just looks so damn cute 😀 I want it.

  • It’s Gamayun

    Me, I’m lemming their Cat Chu line (mascara, gloss, lipstick and powder). If they’re going to start doing a panda line now I’m in trouble.

  • Audrey C.

    This is perfect! My blog name comes from the fact that my mom says I’m a panda because of my dark circles, haha

  • Guia

    I should really stay away from the internet because I always find new products that I want to buy and try! Lol. This is one of them!

  • Marie

    I was going to buy this in my local korean cosmetics store XD
    But I’m waiting for someone to review it first ;-;

  • Melody

    Hi! I’m searching for a moisturizing eye cream..
    Is this product worth the try?

        • the Muse

          it’s a corrector melody not an eye cream. this corrects dark circles it isn’t meant to be used as an eye cream in the sense you’re thinking. Hope this helps.

  • Núria

    I bought it! I’m using after shower before sleep. Oh My good, is this a makeup product?

    • the Muse

      olá Nuria! It’s actually meant to diffuse the appearance of dark circles 🙂 so best used alone or under concealer but not really effective at night hehe ;-D and thanks so glad you love Musings of a Muse <3!

  • Doris

    I actually saw this at my Urban outfitters and was tempted to buy it since I am plagued with dark undereyes. The stick is much cuter (I’m not a fan of pink) but this seemed to do more to fight dark circles (claims). Thanks for the review!