[REVIEW] Blithe Anti-Polluaging Himalayan Pink Salt Cleansing Water

Blithe Anti-Polluaging Himalayan Pink Salt Cleansing Water Review

Blithe Anti-Polluaging Himalayan Pink Salt Cleansing Water Review:

I for one am not a fan of cleansing balm or oil to be used as my first cleanse because from my experience, both clogged my pores pretty badly. So I could not be bothered to search for the ones that would work for me. Instead, I just stick to using only a designated makeup remover and a water based cleanser for my cleansing routine. I have been doing this for years and my skin have not had any issues with it.

I have never really given much thought on trying out cleansing water (I’m not even sure why!), until I saw this Blithe Antipolluaging Cleansing Water in my local Sephora. Blithe is pretty popular with its Splashing Masks and Pressed Serums, but I have not come across any reviews about its Cleansing Water.

I have to be honest, the pretty packaging totally caught my eye and the fancy word “Antipolluaging” gave me the impression that it does more than just cleansing. It is definitely pretty pricey for a cleansing water, but since Blithe is known for its wonderful products, I thought I would give it a try!

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[REVIEW] The SAEM Healing Tea Garden Tea Tree Cleansing Water

The SAEM Healing Tea Garden Tea Tree Cleansing Water Review

The SAEM Healing Tea Garden Tea Tree Cleansing Water Review:

When I ran out of my makeup remover, I was at loss on what to actually buy. There are a lot of cleansing creams and lotions, and even tissues, to choose from! What drew me to The SAEM’s Cleansing Water was the promise of removing even the most stubborn makeup and the claim that you can go straight to bed afterwards. I’ve never been loyal to a cleansing product ever, since I find that they all do their jobs equally well, but then this cleansing water might have changed my mind!

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[REVIEW] Garnier Micellar Cleansing Water for Oily Acne-prone Skin

Garnier Micellar Cleansing Water for Oily Acne-prone Skin Review

Garnier Micellar Cleansing Water for Oily Acne-prone Skin Review:

When something is causing a hype, we readily jump into the bandwagon and that’s how it’s been for who knows how long. Basically, we take the words of other people on something. If the majority claims that a product is HG-worthy, then it must be. If everybody’s yapping about something, you instantly wanna try it too! Sadly for skincare, it’s never predictable. What may be astounding to others may not make sense to you. Sometimes you want to agree with the crowd but you just can’t because you don’t get the hype at all.

If there’s one thing though, that I entirely embrace and truly thank for, aside from wearing sunscreen, is the advice of double cleansing. I am never without double cleansing since I realize how good it is for the skin! Needless to say, I always have something for double cleansing and recently, I got Garnier Micellar Cleansing Water because I’ve been seeing it on other people’s feed.

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[REVIEW] LABIOTTE Code Derm Capsule Cleansing Water | Gentle

LABIOTTE Code Derm Capsule Cleansing Water Gentle Review

LABIOTTE Code Derm Capsule Cleansing Water Gentle Review:

Labiotte is a trend-setting popular brand in Korea. It’s the same brand that made everyone try the chateaux wine lip tints. It’s also the same brand that had the fine idea of making bear shaped sponges for their cushion and sharp-edged bottles.

This time they are back, of course with more extravagant packaging. I personally hardly ever treat myself to Labiotte products because I feel that a lot of thought (and a percentage of their budget) goes into the appearance of their products so they spend less on the formula of their products.

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[REVIEW] ARITAUM Aloe No Wash Cleansing Water

ARITAUM Aloe No Wash Cleansing Water Review

ARITAUM Aloe No Wash Cleansing Water Review:

Never had any thoughts of using any cleansing water products before, although I’d heard so much about the importance of double-cleansing. Especially for Korean people, whose skincare routines are the one that I adopt everyday. Besides, I’ve already using a konjac sponge, so I think my face had been clean enough. In other words, the main reason why I decided to try a cleansing water product is because of the curiousity and I just wanna try something new. Turns out my decision was totally right!

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[Review] Bifesta Brightening Cleansing Lotion

Bifesta Brightening Cleansing Lotion Review

Bifesta Brightening Cleansing Lotion Review:

I had once tried a deluxe sample of this without  knowing it was this product. It is one of the most famous cleansing waters around (although it’s called a lotion it’s really not very lotion-like). Without knowing I had already tried this once, I got my hands on the Hello Kitty version of it!

I wasn’t originally a big Hello Kitty fan but when I went to a place called Hello Kitty Island (think of it as a Hello Kitty museum) I started valuing her for all that she has done for women. I mean, I already liked her friend Cinnamoroll, so it’s not that I disliked the cat! I just didn’t care much about the cat itself.

Regardless, this Hello Kitty version is exclusive to Korea (for some reason) but the product inside is the classic Bifesta “blue bottle” brightening cleansing lotion of the same name (also known as bright up cleansing lotion).

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