For oil-mopping I purchased some Palangton theatrical powder. Actually, I picked up a Palangton Gift set for curiosity reasons...
The powder is really nice: it has a peachy beige colour and is so incredibly fine-milled. As for oil-reducing qualities...It is no magic tool for my stubborn oily nose, but it keeps my nose shine free for a couple of hours.
The next cleansing cloths were a big dissapointment. I have and love a couple of Kose Softymo cleansing products, but this was absolutely craptastic. First of all: the name. If you mention 'Oil Cleansing' on the box, I expect some kind of oil-dressed cloths. No, nada, the cloths were drizzled in a very alcohol-like lotion that stung my skin like mad...
All progressive Asian beauties...buy the conditioner ;P
But seriously, it is quite good. I have to use it a bit more to see how my hair reacts upon it with more usage, as some conditioners can become absolutely craptastic after a couple of uses, even though it seemed like THE HG in the beginning.
I also bought some Innisfree Trouble Care BB cream. I disliked it. It felt heavily, suffocating and the scent was somewere between a piece of old-fashioned soap and cat-litter...
That leaves me to the stuff I haven't tested yet:
Kanebo C-white tonic in M:
I am always on the lookout for a refreshing tonic that is gentle enough. The whitening and brightening proprieties would be quite helpful for my pigment spots as well.
Shiseido Ma Cherie End Cure Lotion: