I had been using the same rosewater toner for ages and after my 3rd bottle, I decided that it was time to try something new. I had heard many good things about the Cosrx AHA/BHA Clarifying Treatment Toner, so I decided to order it and try it out! I’m willing to try out almost anything that will help my acne.
I bought IOPE Bio Essence Intensive Conditioning a while ago, when my skin was in need of deep help and this was advised to me by one of the store workers, since it matched well with the line of products I was using at the time. I must say, the price set a knife through my heart, since I got it as soon as it came out I paid full price. And at first I did not see any difference, but after using it for a little over three full months I am finally ready to comment on this item.
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.
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.
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?
Hada Labo Koi-Gokujyun UV White Gel Review:
Hada Labo is the first skincare line that I purchased when I started my Asian Beauty (AB) journey. At that time, I was looking for something that moisturizes and hydrates, and Hada Labo instantly pops up as they are well-known for their Super Hyaluronic Acid. I ended up buying their cleanser, their famous hydrating lotion, a moisturizer and also this UV White Gel.
Benton Snail Bee High Content Essence Review:
Korean beauty is pretty much flooded with snail containing products. Being the amateur kbeauty fan that I am then, I just grab whatever is main stream. Mass production means high demand, after all.
Now, I don’t know about you but I am honestly not grossed out by the thought of putting snail goo all over my face so when the snail train passed by, I jumped instantly. Luckily, my skin doesn’t have any negative reactions with snail products so I just grab them whenever one piques my curiosity. Naturally, my inquisitive eyes did not miss Benton Snail Bee High Content Essence.
Snail mucus and bee venom are known for their anti-bacterial and healing properties. Benton Snail Bee High Content Mask works wonderfully well for acne prone and troubled skin. The two main ingredients may sound exotic and bit scary but this sheet mask is gentle and does not sting in any way!
Innisfree Bija Cica Balm Review:
As an avid Innisfree fan of course I wanted to try this product as soon as it was announced. Of course I took the opportunity and applied for a tester set of 5 days. Innisfree Bija Cica Balm was released with the same base idea of the previous True Care Cica Intensive balm, and everyone in Korea went crazy as soon as it came out. It doesn’t retail for a particularly cheap price, 22000 KRW, but also not expensive enough that it would stop people from trying it. Continue reading if it really worth the hype or not.