[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] 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] 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] CNP Laboratory Daily Peeling Foam

[REVIEW] CNP Laboratory Daily Peeling Foam

CNP Laboratory Daily Peeling Foam Review:

After falling in love with the CNP Laboratory Tone-up Protection Sun, I started to pay more interest to products by this brand. The background of starting as a dermatology clinic and its philosophy of producing high quality skincare products lend me confidence that CNP products should hit the right note with my skin. What next caught my eye is the CNP Laboratory Daily Peeling Foam.

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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] Benton Fermentation Eye Cream

[REVIEW] Benton Fermentation Eye Cream

Benton Fermentation Eye Cream Review:

I first tried this product in samples. Benton is always very generous with the samples, so after receiving my new member sample kit, the 2 products they sent me to review, and the 2 other packages I received by purchasing them myself I had somewhere between 20 and 24 samples of this cream. I don’t know how much product is in each sample, but each sample is enough for me to use 4 times! So I tried it a lot, and then I purchased it.

I wasn’t going to purchase it, honestly, because I can just keep receiving the samples, but my previous eye cream finished and after the incident I had where my eyelashes fell out I didn’t want to risk something new. And let’s face it, Benton is natural, generally good, and is very affordable! So I bought two packs of this, and these are my thoughts after almost finishing the first one!

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[REVIEW] New 2017 Mamonde Petal Purifying Bubble Mask Rose

[REVIEW] New 2017 Mamonde Petal Purifying Bubble Mask Rose

Mamonde Petal Purifying Bubble Mask Rose was purchased by Cosmeperks.

“The strength of beauty can be discovered in flowers. Inspired by flowers.”

This is another of the new flower masks collection recently released by Mamonde. Previously here on Cosmeperks I have reviewed the Calendula sleeping mask and the Eoseong Cho clay mask. And although both smell divine and both are good, my opinion was different for each of them.

I won’t spoil you and tell you my thoughts right away, so instead I’ll tell you what expectations I had! I thought this would be a bubbling clay mask, like those very popular ones we see on Instagram, and that it would bubble as much as the Nature Republic O2 bubble foam masks (or almost as much). I also expected that, as a clay mask, it would be a little harsh on the skin (since the Eoseong Cho mask was gentle on the clay part of it).

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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] Chica Y Chico Skin Texture Toner

[REVIEW] Chica Y Chico Skin Texture Toner

Chica Y Chico Skin Texture Toner Review:

Interestingly, I would never have come across this toner if it weren’t for my friend who graciously decided to pass this on as she was looking to de-stash her products. And for that, I thank her because spoiler alert: I ended up really liking this toner. Also just a quick note that you can really see how the YMMV (Your Mileage May Vary: whatever works for me may not work for you, and vice versa) rule really comes into play here as we had different opinions on the same product.

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