I use patches on the eyes, forehead and nasolabial folds almost every day, so I buy different kinds often.
The new line of hydrating patches from the Eyenlip brand. The line has 5 types, I’ve tried three.
I liked all varieties of the patches. They are thin, elastic, stay on the skin well without sliding. They stay moist for a long time and hydrate the lids well. (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…)
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:
– Double chin
– Nasolabial folds
This line also has blackhead removal patches. (more…)
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…)
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