[REVIEW] Cosrx Clear Fit Blemish Cushion | #23 Natural Beige

[REVIEW] Cosrx Clear Fit Blemish Cushion | #23 Natural Beige

Cosrx Clear Fit Blemish Cushion was purchased by Cosmeperks.

Lately COSRX is being very much popular and most raved in Korean beauty products. Personally, their acne treatment products have won my heart since they worked well and effectively on my blemished skin. And also it’s like that COSRX was the first brand which brought me to the Centella Asiatica Extract hype. You know, this ingredient is very good for acne prone skin as its benefits to care inflammation and soothes skin.

Getting more and more popular, and like they know that skincare is not enough, COSRX is coming back with their new product. Now it’s time for their makeup line. It is COSRX Clear Fit Blemish Cushion. This cushion was only available on Style Korean at first, but then it was launched in Korea about weeks ago (I think it should be the first week of this month, cmiiw). And finally I got my baby after waiting more than a week due to accidentally shipping issue.

I was really attracted with the claims this cushion not only works as makeup with its great coverage but also skincare with effective formula for acne prone skin. It contains trendy ingredients like Centella Asiatica Extract, tea tree oil and niacinamide, and also SPF 47 UVB/UVA sunscreen. These things are enough to make my acne prone skin hungry. So, let’s feed my skin and see the result of COSRX Clear Fit Blemish Cushion. Ah, by the way, I got mine in shade #23 – Natural Beige.

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[REVIEW] Missha Near Skin Madecanol Cream

[REVIEW] Missha Near Skin Madecanol Cream

Missha Near Skin Madecanol Cream Review:

RECOMMENDED FOR:
– Those looking to soothe skin damaged by external aggressors
– Those looking to correct a dull, uneven skin tone
– Those with sensitive skin looking for hypoallergenic skincare products

As I qualify for all of the above mentioned, I was so looking forward to getting my hands on this product. This is the review of Madecanol Cream, the latest of Missha’s derma cosmetics line Near Skin. This line is marketed for skin types that require special care. And my skin does.

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[REVIEW] A’Pieu Madecassoside Cream

[REVIEW] A’Pieu Madecassoside Cream

A’Pieu Madecassoside Cream Review:

With the presence of demand for madecassoside/centella asiatica-based products, it was hardly surprising to see so many skincare brands churning out some enticing items. And for someone who has skin on the more sensitive spectrum, I was definitely intrigued at the soothing claims. So, along with the toner/fluid from the same brand and line, I decided to add the cream to my ever expanding skincare collection.

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[REVIEW] A’Pieu Madecassoside Fluid

[REVIEW] A’Pieu Madecassoside Fluid

A’Pieu Madecassoside Fluid Review:

Interestingly enough, I first discovered this product through one of the lists Cosmeperks produced in the earlier stages of the website. Specific link here. As I’m sensitive to high concentrations of hyaluronic acid in skincare, I was looking specifically for toners which omitted the ingredient completely – just to see if it’d make any difference to my usually flushed skin. And as the product also contained centella and madecassoside which have been made famous for their skin soothing properties, I was even more intrigued.

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[REVIEW] Etude House AC Clean Up Pink Powder Mask

[REVIEW] Etude House AC Clean Up Pink Powder Mask

Etude House AC Clean Up Pink Powder Mask Review:

I love Korean face masks. Mainly because there is a huge variety. There are masks for every type of skin and every skin concern or problem one can imagine. This diversity is simply astonishing. By now I have tried my fair share of face masks and now I feel I can compare them without bias.

I got this Etude House mask when my skin was acting up with the hope of calming my skin down. That particular period was awful because my skin had begun breaking out like crazy and I had no idea why. I am not quite sure if it was because of the mask or because of the complex skincare routine but my face started to slowly get better.

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[Review] Innisfree Aloe Revital Skin Mist

[Review] Innisfree Aloe Revital Skin Mist

Innisfree Aloe Revital Skin Mist Review:

I found this product online one day as I was searching for new skin mists or misting toners. I had never tried an Innisfree product before this purchase, but I have always heard good things about them, especially in regard to their skin care products, and I had been eyeing this brand for quite some time because of this – I just did not know what to buy first! Until I found this product, that is. And boy, am I glad I did. Read on to find out why.

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[Review] The Saem Fresh Bamboo Soothing Gel 99%

[Review] The Saem Fresh Bamboo Soothing Gel 99%

The Saem Fresh Bamboo Soothing Gel 99% Review:

After trying The Saem’s 99% Fresh Jeju Aloe Soothing Gel, I saw this product and wanted to give it a try. After all, I do love a good soothing product because I experience acne rather often. Ultimately, seeing that it had “natural salicylic acid” is what got me interested in this product (plus, it was cheap considering the large amount of product available).

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[Review] IOPE UV Shield Sun Sensitive Cream SPF 25 PA++

[Review] IOPE UV Shield Sun Sensitive Cream SPF 25 PA++

IOPE UV Shield Sun Sensitive Cream SPF 25 PA++ Review:

Every year I tend to realize that I’m fed up with my old sunscreen and try to find something new, something that will turn on that wow factor. OK, every year I do find something like that and stick to it until the next summer. Then the chase is on again.

Except this one. I returned to this one this year again. It’s IOPE UV Shield Sun Sensitive Cream. This one has me.

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[Review] New 2017 Innisfree Jeju Volcanic Color Clay Mask Cica

[Review] New 2017 Innisfree Jeju Volcanic Color Clay Mask Cica

Innisfree Jeju Volcanic Color Clay Mask Cica was purchased by Cosmeperks.

This product is part of a brand new collection of colored clay masks aimed at different skin problems or concerns, and launched with the purposed of being used for multimasking.

Since I am an avid user of clay masks and they still cause a lot of damage (even the more gentle ones) I thought this opportunity would be a great one, if the product delivers what it promises that is.

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