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the SAEM Power Spot Vitamin Cream Review

the SAEM Power Spot Vitamin Cream Review

I ordered a spot treatment cream hoping to lighten pigmentation spots, but sadly couldn’t use it.
The manufacturer promised that the cream will lighten troubled areas (pigmentation spots, post acne marks, etc), give the skin a healthy glow and even out the skin tone. Another selling point was that the cream could be used not only as a spot treatment but also as an eye cream and as a normal face cream. (more…)

My Korean summer toners

My Korean summer toners

Hello again 🙂 I want to tell you about two of my Korean toners for this spring and summer. (more…)

Ciracle Radiance Whitening Essence Review

Ciracle Radiance Whitening Essence Review

Our summer is here and despite tons of sunscreen, my freckles are coming and coming 🙂 I stashed retinol and acids into the far corner of the cabinet and got out this whitening essence by Korean brand Ciracle. The essence is based on whitening mediterranean seaweed extracts. It will make the skin glow, get rid of dull coloring and will provide intense hydration. A so called safe alternative to cosmetics with synthetic whitening components. (more…)

PRRETI Tok Tok Ade Clay Mask Apple Mint Review

PRRETI Tok Tok Ade Clay Mask Apple Mint Review

One time I decided that I haven’t had a minty mask in a white and got puzzled. At one point I had a mint mask, I can’t remember the brand anymore, but I remember that the mask left an amazing feeling of freshness so the hamster and I went searching. (more…)

SHANGPREE Premium Modeling Mask Review

SHANGPREE Premium Modeling Mask Review

A review about Korean modeling mask with snail mucin and spirulina SHANGPREE Premium Modeling Mask. Shangpree – a Korean brand with a very interesting history and goals. Now considered a luxury brand, Shangpree started with a tiny spa-room in Seoul in 1990. Now it’s the most famous (and one of the most expensive) beauty salons in Seoul, which is constantly visited by stars and celebrities. Every cosmetologist who comes to work in Shangpree, even with 20 years of experience, has to go through three years of training before he/she is allowed to work with clients. […]

Korean creams for sensitive skin

Korean creams for sensitive skin

I’ve been getting ready to write this review for awhile, and have promised myself to do that many times, but it was hard to get my thoughts together and make it maximally useful and not too long.

Today we will compare two similar tubes, one of which is basically out. (more…)

Korean vitamin C serums comparative review

Korean vitamin C serums comparative review

This comparative review of Korean vitamin C serums has been brewing for some time. To the point that everything in the pictures is a repeat purchase except for the It’s Skin serum. A bit about myself: combination, sensitive skin prone to breakouts and pigmentation. Light coperouse veins on the nostrils. (more…)

Comparison: alive:lab centella dressing powder and tosowoong vita clinic vitamin dressing powder

Comparison: alive:lab centella dressing powder and tosowoong vita clinic vitamin dressing powder

I’ve been wanting to write a comparative review of these two products that became irreplaceable in my daily skincare routine. So, let’s talk about powdered spot treatments. These products are multifunctional. They can be used as a spot treatment or mixed into serums, creams, and masks. (more…)

Ray:dear LED patches review

Ray:dear LED patches review

K-Beauty Expo 2017 in Seoul say an interesting new thing – LED patches. Two weeks later, I had them.
This cosmetic device combines IT technology with technologies from world renowned cosmetics manufacturers. A beautiful box includes the patches themselves, a charger, gel serum and a set of double sided stickers. (more…)

Korean sleeping packs. How to choose one?

Korean sleeping packs. How to choose one?

If the product has Sleeping Pack, Overnight Mask or Night Mask in the name, then it’s an overnight.

What is an Sleeping Pack?
These masks are meant for intensive care during the night. They are easy to use, don’t take a lot of time, help keep the skin ideally hydrated while you are asleep. Unlike night creams, masks are used only 1-2 times a week. (more…)

By Daniele Zedda • 18 February

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