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…)
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…)
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…)
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…)
Happy weekend, everyone. Since the article will be long, I’ll start with my skin type. I have combination, sensitive skin prone to breakouts with light couperose veins. At the same time, it’s where hot and dry where I live so I want extra hydration and anti-aging. (more…)
I have combination, sensitive skin prone to redness. Oily sheen, pores clog up immediately, when it’s hot, small pimples appear. Pink undertone and a few capillaries close to the skin on the cheeks. Easily irritable skin, the face often turns red after a shower and when I’m nervous. (more…)
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…)