Innisfree It’s Real Squeeze Mask |Green Tea | Review

Innisfree It's Real Squeeze Mask Green Tea Review

Innisfree It’s Real Squeeze Mask Green Tea Review:

I always use Innisfree masks when I get the chance, since they are cheap and usually quite good, at least for me. Today what happened was that I did a peeling on my face and my face started hurting like hell. I’m not going to get into details, but obviously I needed something to soothe down my skin after such pain. I thought of the things that usually work – aloe, cucumber, green tea. I chose the last one, since it is the one I haven’t used for quite some time.

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A’pieu Base Maker SPF30 PA++ | Green(104) | Review

A’pieu Base Maker Green Review

A’pieu Base Maker Review:

I guess I could say that I am lucky with the skin that I am endowed with. While it is far from stellar, at least I don’t suffer from any major skin issue. Besides occasional breakout which I reckon are normal, redness/oiliness (when triggered) and somewhat dull skin, one of the things I am very conscious about lately is the veins that are showing on my face. I remember a time where my classmate asked if I hurt my face or something. I was so weirded out by his question I actually thought he was about to throw a joke.

Turns out, a part of my face looks a bit green like it is bruised or something that’s why he asked. I was like “Oh no, my veins are just more obvious than normal.” I forgot about it until recently, my best friend gifted me A’pieu Base Maker. She said that I should try and use it to cover my facial varicose veins, as she put it.

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Banila Co Clean it Zero PURITY | Sensitive Skin | Review

Banila Co Clean it Zero PURITY Sensitive Skin Review

Banila co Clean it Zero Purity Sensitive Skin Review:

We all love our first step oil cleanser, don’t we? We do. It’s important, even if you don’t use makeup, since it removes the grease layer on the skin without being too aggressive, and it allows the next cleanser to properly clean the pores.

So, the Banila co Clean it Zero Purity balm cleanser is very good. Extremely good. It melts away the makeup and you don’t even have to try! So why use the sensitive version over the normal one? It’s really good for sensitive skins, yes, but also for dry skins. And this is something to point out.

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Cosrx Centella Blemish Cream | Review

Cosrx Centella Blemish Cream

Cosrx Centella Blemish Cream Review:

Breakouts are the worst. They always seem to come up at the most inconvenient times! I’ve tried all sorts of remedies from toothpaste to salicylic acid spot treatments and when one of my favorite Korean YouTubers raved about Cosrx Centella Blemish Cream, I knew I had to try it.

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3CE White Milk Cream | Review

3CE White Milk Cream Review

3CE White Milk Cream came out a little over one year ago, and I fell in love with it. I thought it was fascinating that a normal last-step cream could let you skip the BB cream step and just leave the house with a fresh face! The first teaser on Instagram posted by Style Nanda regarding the cream was a hand turning from tanned to white! Although I don’t feel any need to make myself whiter (I’m already mocked whenever I go back to Portugal since I’m the only not tanned person there), I do appreciate evening out the red and yellow parts of my skin.

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Mamonde Moisture Ceramide Creamy Mask | Hibiscus | Review

Mamonde Moisture Ceramide Creamy Mask Hibiscus Review

Mamonde Moisture Ceramide Creamy Mask Sheet Review:

I love sheet masks. We all do. And our skin loves it even more, believe me. Koreans, and most Asian beauty enthusiasts, believe in the 1 day 1 pack (pack, mask, whatever you please) a day theory. And it is indeed a great thing for your skin. It injects serum or essence in a way a normal serum or essence won’t, because it’s a product that will stay on your face for 15 minutes.

Mamonde has one of the best masks I have tried, and this time I decided to try a new one. I was attracted to Mamonde Moisture Ceramide creamy mask because the package is pink, and pink means flowers, and flowers mean happiness (as you or your skin might have noticed already). I got a 10+10 pack, so I’m hoping this will be a good one, or else I just wasted a big amount of money. I’m wearing the mask as I write this, so, come along!

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Acwell Licorice pH Balancing Cleansing Toner | Review

Acwell Licorice pH Balancing Cleansing Toner Review

Looking for a mild toner to use post-cleansing to ensure minimal residue (from makeup, sunscreen, etc) is left, I was recommended Acwell Licorice pH Balancing Cleansing Toner by a friend. And upon finding out how gentle and mild the ingredients were, while also being free of my usual skincare triggers, I decided to take a leap of faith. So, how did it fair for my sensitive, redness-prone skin?

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Missha The Original Tension Pact Intense Moisture SPF 37 PA+++ | No 21 | Review

Missha The Original Tension Pact Intense Moisture Review

Missha The Original Tension Pact Intense Moisture Review:

Missha is one of my all time favourite beauty brands and even though its more on the pricier side – at least for me, a young student – I’m more than willing to give them all my money in exchange for their beauty products.

Nevertheless, in the following, I’d like to give you my brutal, absolute honest opinion one of their Tension Pact. I started of with their “Magic Cushion Moisture” and now I am here with “Missha The Original Tension Pact Intense Moisture No.21”. And what can I say: I use it everyday. And I am in love with it!

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Biore UV Aqua Rich Watery Essence SPF50+ PA++++ | Review

Biore UV Aqua Rich Watery Essence Sunscreen Review

Biore UV Aqua Rich Watery Essence Review:

I heard about this product from multiple Instagrammers in the Asian beauty community a few months ago. I was in the market for a new sunscreen as the EltaMD UV clear SPF that I had picked up from my dermatologist’s office seemed to emphasize my skin’s texture and dry patches.

I had heard through the Asian beauty community grape vine and my own research that Asian sunscreens were superior to US sunscreens in both appearance/finish and UV protection. So, it was time for me to change up my SPF game and bought Biore UV Aqua Rich Watery Essence.

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