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Tag: combination skin

PRRETI Tok Tok Ade Clay Mask Apple Mint Review

PRRETI Tok Tok Ade Clay Mask Apple Mint Review

One time I decided that I haven’t had a minty mask in a white and got puzzled. At one point I had a mint mask, I can’t remember the brand anymore, but I remember that the mask left an amazing feeling of freshness so the hamster and I went searching. (more…)

Missha Super Aqua Ultra Waterful Cream Review

Missha Super Aqua Ultra Waterful Cream Review

When love began with a sample. Oh yeah, I’m going to write a laudatory ode to Missha. Not my neighbor, but a cream from a Korean brand Missha. Specifically, Missha Super Aqua Ultra Waterful Cream. (more…)

Purito Centella Green Level Line Review

Purito Centella Green Level Line Review

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…)

Morning and evening skincare routines for sensitive skin

Morning and evening skincare routines for sensitive skin

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…)

Korean line for young post acne skin

Korean line for young post acne skin

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…)

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…)

The winning hamster or why it’s hard to be a woman

The winning hamster or why it’s hard to be a woman

My turn has come to share my Odyssey. Let’s start with the source data: 38 year old combination skin, which didn’t know that creams existed until 35… As the result, we have what we have: crow’s feet around the eyes, uneven and unhealthy skin tone, post acne spots from years of periodic breakouts, scars from the same thing, forehead wrinkles and nasolabial folds, making the whole face look like a pug on bad days, without the cuteness factor. Woof, this feels like a confession. (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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