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Month: November 2017

Dr.Jart+ Dermask Laugh Line Lift™ and the entire lifting patch line

Dr.Jart+ Dermask Laugh Line Lift™ and the entire lifting patch line

These are patented nasolabial patches from the famous Korean brand Dr.Jart+.
I’ve heard good quality praising reviews about this brand’s patches for a long time, but haven’t used them until recently.
Too bad. This is the second type of nasolabial patches (out of a huge variety) that work well for my skin. I’ll post a separate review about the first type.
This line has lifting patches for:
– Eyes
– Double chin
– Nasolabial folds
This line also has blackhead removal patches. (more…)

Skin Republic Sheet Mask Lineup

Skin Republic Sheet Mask Lineup

Skin Republic is a Korean brand that is already well known in European countries. I buy their sheet masks at a pharmacy in the middle of nowhere in Finland. Ok, it’s not Europe, but not exactly Asia either.
Skin Republic combines the latest technological advances in the skincare field with natural regenerating ingredients. It provides great sheet masks for face, eyes, neck and decolletage, and also hands and feet. (more…)

Korean Cosmetics After 60

Korean Cosmetics After 60

A huge brag from my mom!
Three months ago I put together Korean skincare regimen for my mom, and now she sends me daily selfies and says she gets younger every day.

About her: 61 years old, aging skin prone to dryness and pigmentation.
Before – Nivea cream morning and nights and complete neglect of sun protection.

Now – uses all steps of Korean skincare daily (I made her cheat sheets for morning and evening routines).
In two months, the skin became refreshed, hydrated and visibly lighter. (more…)

Korean skincare for teenagers

Korean skincare for teenagers

What should be chosen for delicate, sensitive, acne and inflammation-prone teenage skin?
Let’s attempt to discuss that.
First of all, I want to warn you that even if you buy lots of good treatments, there is no guarantee that the child will immediately agree to use any of them. Have patience, don’t force it, don’t bring attention to the imperfections. Perhaps, the teen doesn’t see and doesn’t notice them, and you can create a new issue for him, make him think about his imperfections, and introduce a new inferiority complex. Be sensitive and careful with the feelings of your children. (more…)

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