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Category: Moisturizers

Purito Serums review

Purito Serums review

I finished off two of my Japanese serums – with vitamin C and hyaluronic acid – and immediately found a replacement, several times cheaper, but with no sacrifices in quality.
I have tested samples of these serums a long time ago and was so pleased that I decided to buy the full sizes. (more…)

Salicylic Acid in Korean Cosmetic

Salicylic Acid in Korean Cosmetic

I’m currently using three products with BHA from Korean manufacturers. I thought that’s not a bad reason to talk about this wonderful ingredient.
So, what is it? It’s an acid (surprise surprise) which can reach deep into the pores and regulate sebum production. (more…)

Innisfree No sebum powder cream review

Innisfree No sebum powder cream review

I have a combination skin with oily t-zone, which loves to shine by lunchtime. My nose could get so dry that it flakes, or shine like an oily skillet. I’m (almost) 28, have freckles, and very fair skin. Naturally, I have pores, but without any big issues.
Recently I have started to experiment with tubed and cushioned BB creams, and they pretty much require a primer, otherwise they fall into the pores.
Ladies, this cream by Korean brand Innisfree is a real miracle. (more…)

The Best Snail Creams. Whom they are for and how to use them.

The Best Snail Creams. Whom they are for and how to use them.

If you have oily or combination skin, prone to inflammation, enlarged pores, oily sheen, acne, ashen skin tone, then the snail cream will help with those issues.

Snail filtrate is one of the most popular ingredients in Korean cosmetics. Almost all brands have creams, serums, and entire lines of snail cosmetics. (more…)

By Daniele Zedda • 18 February

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