By Jane Sung
June 14, 2016 07:50 PM

Too Cool for School’s Egg Mousse Oil sounds like something you might bake with, but trust us, this Korean beauty product is much better for your body than a dessert.

Courtesy Sephora

The lightweight formula delivers the silkiness of a nourishing moisturizer in the form of an airy mousse that melts into skin on contact. It gets its unique name from the milk protein and egg yolk extracts it contains, which, combined with five different botanical oils (like sweet almond and jojoba), help to soften, repair and firm skin.

Try it right out of the shower in place of your usual oil or lotion, and you’ll notice that the whipped cream-like consistency sinks in almost instantly without any greasiness — ideal for those steamy summer days when you just need a bit of hydration. And thanks to the spill-proof texture, you’ll never again waste product or make the tub dangerously slippery (don’t you just hate that?).

Wondering how it all adds up in the fragrance department? Don’t worry, you won’t smell like custard — the scent is flowery-sweet right out of the dispenser, but as you apply it fades to a subtle freshness that won’t clash with your perfume.

All in all, it’s a total skin-care treat that’s brilliantly easy to use every day — even on those rushed mornings when there’s just enough time to pat on and go.

Buy It! Too Cool for School Egg Mousse Body Oil, $25;

Jane Sung