[REVIEW] NIOD Flavanone Mud

NIOD Flavanone Mud Review

NIOD Flavanone Mud Review:

I was on the lookout for a mud mask that is strong but at the same time wont dry out my skin. I had my share of coming across mud masks that sucked the moisture out of my skin, and that was not pleasant at all. Some are gentle enough, but didn’t really get the job done.

I kept seeing NIOD Flavanone Mud popping up on Instagram, which definitely has piqued my interest. NIOD (which stands for Non Invasive Options in Dermal Science) is a brand that is under Deceim, the same parent company as The Ordinary. However NIOD’s price range is higher than The Ordinary. So I started reading up online reviews about Flavanone Mud and decided that this mask definitely fit the bill of what I was looking for.

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[REVIEW] Natura Siberica by Alena Akhmadullina Face mask Energy and Nourishing

Natura Siberica by Alena Akhmadullina Face mask Energy and Nourishing Review

Natura Siberica by Alena Akhmadullina Face mask Energy and Nourishing Review:

When I went to Russia this summer the thing I was most interested in was this collection. For two reasons. One is that it was made in collaboration with Russian personality Alena Akhmadullina and, like her or not, you can’t deny she is really pretty! The other one is because its main ingredient is Nanai Berries, a very characteristic berry that is found in Russia and Northern China. So, as Russian as this company is, it is still tremendously Asian, and from the previous products I tried they are a good balance between European and Asian skin care.

I did buy more products, but the one I tried first was the scrub mask. The reason for that is (one) I have way too much open skin care on other categories and (two) I need a scrubbing product for my product that actually works stronger than on my face and lighter than a body scrub. (But of course I tested it on my face too)

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[REVIEW] New 2017 Mamonde Petal Purifying Bubble Mask Rose

Mamonde Petal Purifying Bubble Mask Rose Review

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] April Skin Mummy Mud Mask

April Skin Mummy Mud Mask Review

April Skin Mummy Mud Mask Review:

If you’re gaga over cushions, it would be impossible not get acquainted with April Skin; this brand is very popular for their snow fixing cushions with outstanding coverage. I was curious about their overly hyped cushion but when I was able to swatch it, I thought, “Uh-oh, too much coverage, my skin won’t be able to breathe” so I didn’t buy it. But I bought the April Skin Mummy Mud Mask just because I wanted to experience the brand. After all, my Innisfree mud mask’s effects on my skin seem to have reached its saturation point so I’m on the lookout for a good substitute!

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[REVIEW] Femmue Flower Infused Fine Mask

Femmue Flower Infused Fine Mask Review

Femmue Flower Infused Fine Mask Review:

On my visit to the Femmue show room I purchased a few things. I mean, natural ingredients, flowers, no animal testing – it all sounds attractive just by writing it, imagine when I tested it on the store. So I walked out with it! But I paid of course.

Anyway, this mask I was told works as a wash off mask, but also as a light sleeping mask. Of course I was intrigued. Do you remember when I wrote that you can also use the Mamonde Calendula sleeping mask as a wash off mask? This mask was actually the inspiration for me trying that! So, I decided to use it many many days in a row and in many many different ways, and I think you should read this. If not for the mask then for the new stuff you might find out!

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[REVIEW] Etude House AC Clean Up Pink Powder Mask

Etude House AC Clean Up Pink Powder Mask Review

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] New 2017 Mamonde Eoseong Cho Pore Clean Clay Mask

Mamonde Eoseong Cho Pore Clean Clay Mask Review

Mamonde Eoseong Cho Pore Clean Clay Mask was purchased by Cosmeperks.

This clay mask is part of the new collection Mamonde released, of which the Calendula sleeping mask is also part of. There are other two masks in this collection, but other than the (calendula) light weight sleeping mask, this one caught my eye just as quickly. It specifically says “pore clean” and most of us know how difficult it is to actually clean the pores!

Eoseong Cho goes by several names, the most interesting being “fish mint” and “lizard tail”. Regardless, it’s a plant native to Southeast Asia so it is an amazingly appropriate product to add to Korean cosmetics.

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[REVIEW] G9 Skin Color Clay Sheet Tension Red Mask

G9 Skin Color Clay Sheet Tension Red Review

G9 Skin Color Clay Sheet Tension Red Mask Review:

This is the first product I tried from the brand G9 skin, Berrisom’s sister brand. I really loved the other products I previously tried from Berrisom so I didn’t hesitate to purchase this one. This mask attracted me because of its unique design and formula, as it’s made of clay! To this day I haven’t found any similar mask sheets that are made from clay.

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[Review] New 2017 Innisfree Jeju Volcanic Color Clay Mask Blue Hydrating

Innisfree Jeju Volcanic Color Clay Mask Blue Hydrating Review

Innisfree Jeju Volcanic Color Clay Mask Blue Hydrating was purchased by Cosmeperks.

Multi-masking seems to be the trend nowadays, as experts claim that ‘one mask can’t heal all’. Hence it is important to understand what different areas of your skin require and to target these different needs. Tailoring your mask application is a good opportunity to treat various skin concerns simultaneously.

Recently, Innisfree jumped on the multi-masking bandwagon and introduced 7 types of colour clay masks to address specific skin needs such as brightening, hydration and rejuvenation, while controlling production of sebum. Hydration is necessary regardless of your skin type, in order to achieve a healthy complexion. Let’s check out how Innisfree’s hydrating clay mask fared!

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