Blog about Korean cosmetics, reviews and articles
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…)
Ciracle Anti-Redness K is a soothing line for rosacea and sensitive, couperose-prone skin.
The line not only soothes and reduces irritation and dryness but also reduces redness. (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…)
The calendar summer is coming to an end, which can’t be said about our real summer. But it’s time to gather products to fight pigmentation. For this purpose, I will go over my last winter and my experiences in that matter. So, winter came and brought with her the cold and the heating units. The main problem became overdried combination skin, suffering from dehydration. After 4 months of symbiosis with certain products, I had to completely re-think my multistep skin care. (more…)
NOT4U Real Skin Patch is a liquid patch for inflammation care and a film makeup base for troubled skin.
Legends about this product by a Korean brand with a weird name NOT4U are circulating the web. Only very lazy video bloggers still haven’t made a video about it. And while American beauty gurus prance around the skin, entertaining the masses taking off “second skin” and collect millions of likes and “Eeew!” comments, Korean women have quietly and humbly made it into one of their favorite makeup bag products. And you and I will calmly figure out what it is, like adults. (more…)
Playing house or experimenting on the kid.
And so my and the kid’s experiment has concluded. The main goal for the mom was to “cover up with the concealer” the fact that she didn’t teach her own offspring how to take proper care of the face. For the kid the goal was to receive a whole set of skincare products, which is also occasionally restocked with new items.
For one month, Alisa used the regimen of multi-step Korean skincare that I had selected for her. (more…)
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