[REVIEW] Innisfree The Minimum Ampoule Essence

[REVIEW] Innisfree The Minimum Ampoule Essence

Innisfree The Minimum Ampoule Essence was purchased by Cosmeperks.

The Minimum Ampoule Essence is part of Innisfree’s line of products formulated with minimum of ingredients for sensitive and intolerant skin. The Minimum line includes: a cleanser, toner, ampoule essence, moist cream, fresh cream, sun cream and a soothing mask.

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[REVIEW] Secret Key MaYu Healing Facial Cream

[REVIEW] Secret Key MaYu Healing Facial Cream

Secret Key MaYu Healing Facial Cream Review:

Today’s review is about one of my first Korean creams that I ever bought. And fell in love with the Asian skin care at all. Secret Key is Korean brand that started business in 2006. They claim to be in pursuit of healthy beauty with the reasonable price and natural and environmental friendly ingredients.

In addition, the horse oil as the cosmetics ingredient was pretty much exotic to me. So to speak. And so promising for my skin concerns.

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[REVIEW] Rumase Skin Repair Bifida Snail Toner

[REVIEW] Rumase Skin Repair Bifida Snail Toner

Rumase Skin Repair Bifida Snail Toner Review:

Rumase is a functional cosmetics brand featuring products with natural ingredients by Korean EPEONY Company. Brand name is actually presented as: RUtilant + MAgnificent + SEnse

RUMASE is a brand for your “shining, beautiful sense.”

This review is about their Bifida Snail Toner, product with very carefully curated ingredients and definitely hidden gem in the world of toners.

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[REVIEW] Swanicoco Be More Than Silky Seed Scrub

[REVIEW] Swanicoco Be More Than Silky Seed Scrub

Swanicoco Be More Than Silky Seed Scrub Review:

Be More Than Silky Seed Scrub is the latest of Swanicoco’s new Cleanic S line. Not (yet) hyped, but give it time. Not yet hyped, yes, but I couldn’t find single review of this product online. So, here on Cosmeperks read the review of Swanicoco Cleanic S Be More Than Silky Seed Scrub.

Swanicoco’s products are not the easiest to get if you don’t get to live in countries where they have stores, and also, they sell only on few websites, but I love their products as I had no disappointments with them. Ever.

This product is no exception. Physical exfoliator, seed scrub, but gentle enough even for my rosacea skin. I should never even think about rubbing my face with anything if I don’t want to be red swollen ball the next morning, but somehow I trusted my gut when it comes from Swanicoco. Moreover, they say that this product is actually marketed for sensitive skin.

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[REVIEW] KLAIRS Midnight Blue Youth Activating Drop

[REVIEW] KLAIRS Midnight Blue Youth Activating Drop

KLAIRS Midnight Blue Youth Activating Drop Review:

As I am hitting this certain age milestone, I am more and more intrigued with the use of the peptides in cosmetics. So, peptides are partial chains of amino acids that create proteins. There are so many of peptides that are very popular as skin care ingredients with dramatic claims of stopping aging processes as the whole, to plump skin, to prevent and to erase wrinkles and so on and on. I am aware of the fact that the elixir of the everlasting youth is still yet to come to this world, but nevertheless, I am amused by the trial (and errors) of the cosmetics in my life. So, peptides are good. Ergo, why not?

Dear, Klairs is the brand of Wish Company Inc. Korea, that owns Wishtrend (web shop), Wishtrade (worldwide distribution of Korean skin care brands) , Wish TV (Youtube channel) and Wishtrend Glam (blog). It targets the market of those with sensitive, troubled, aging skin types. Exactly my kind of group.
This product, Midnight Blue Youth Activating Drop is the first anti-aging product of Dear, Klairs.

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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] Graymelin Propolis 80 Energy Ampoule

[REVIEW] Graymelin Propolis 80 Energy Ampoule

Graymelin Propolis 80 Energy Ampoule Review:

One of those fashionable ingredients with enough hype to cope with is definitely propolis. Beeswax, bee saliva, and herbal sap mixed by bees to build and repair home of theirs, hives. Not so romantic to analyse it like that so I’ll skip to skin care use of it. Skin soothing, with anti-oxidative power ingredient. Nothing super powerful, but very alluring mixed in hanbang manner.

I already mentioned Korean niche brand Graymelin as the next big thing. Honestly, I was firstly lurking other popular propolis ampoules, but this one definitely prevailed as the ingredients list is way closer to my liking than any other.

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[REVIEW] Graymelin Pure 100% Beta-Glucan

[REVIEW] Graymelin Pure 100% Beta-Glucan

Graymelin Pure 100% Beta-glucan Review:

For all of you my fellow rosaceans, you know how the fight is tough and constant. We are in everlasting quest for some immuno-boosters and any kind of skin shields. Thus, when someone offers you pure beta-glucan for your skin, you will not pass on it, I am sure. So neither did I.

Graymelin is Korean indie skin care brand praised by many popular bloggers. Graymelin call themselves Skin’s Beauty Natural Cosmetics Brand and they tend to deliver. Apothecary chic as someone named them, or “the next big thing”. This product is around for at least couple of years, but always fresh and intriguing to write about.

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[REVIEW] Benton Aloe Bha Skin Toner

[REVIEW] Benton Aloe Bha Skin Toner

Benton Aloe Bha Skin Toner Review:

I am a bit toners and FTEs junkie. I mean, yes, I am skin care junkie from head to toe, but there is something about these liquid wonders that make my wallet itch. I have all sorts of them: pH adjusting, hydrating, with or without snail mucin, all types of fermented everything… Well, you get the picture. This one in particular is with aloe vera, hyaluronic acid, snail secretion filtrate, and very interesting BHA – salicylic acid.

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