Poring through countless pages on chemical exfoliation which ties into my interest in Asian skincare, it was only a matter of time before I came across the ever popular COSRX brand. And while their BHA Blackhead Power Liquid seems more fitting of the chemical exfoliation title, I was wary of the relatively high percentage of BHA (being a beginner and all), so I sought alternatives, and found this instead.
A soothing scrub mask made with aloe to calm and hydrate skin. I chose Aloe since it is soothing, relaxing and I also heard it has a yummy scent and it sure does!
Touted as one of the more famous Japanese skincare products, DHC’s Deep Cleansing Oil is hardly a surprising sight in the eyes of skincare aficionados. Boasting a minimal ingredient list which relies heavily on Virgin Olive Oil to rinse away makeup, it looks like the ideal cleansing oil for those with sensitive and problematic skin. However, does it live up to the hype?
The Face Shop’s Real Nature Green Tea sheet mask contains green tea extract that hydrates and refreshes dry skin and is considered to be energizing. Suitable for all skin types especially normal skin. Let’s see how it fared.
Who doesn’t love a good mask? Masks have become all the rage- especially in the Asian beauty world. I’ve tried all kinds of different masks and seeing a video of carbonated bubble clay mask got me super excited! What a fun and creative concept for a face mask! I immediately ordered it to try it out.
On the hunt to find a good emulsion, I was thrilled to try this product. To me, emulsions are a MUST. They aren’t as thick as moisturizers but are thicker than serums or essences. They’re especially great for sensitive skin and using a good emulsion always makes my skin feel moisturized and supple.