[REVIEW] Heimish Low pH Hydrating Mask Sheet

Heimish Low pH Hydrating Mask Sheet Review

Heimish Low pH Hydrating Mask Sheet Review:

Doesn’t this product name make you curious? As a matter of fact, it does to me. Heimish Low pH Hydrating Mask Sheet emphasizes to have pH level of 5.5 (±0.5) that even the cover is full of number 5 and 5 linked, not the brand or product name like other sheet masks.

Moreover, I had no experience with Heimish products before. So I got attracted to (1) Heimish brand, and (2) how it claims to make skin healthy by giving the dream skin which pH level is 5 – 6.

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[REVIEW] Clio Kill Cover Airy Fit Concealer 3.5 Vanilla

Clio Kill Cover Airy Fit Concealer 3.5 Vanilla Review

Clio Kill Cover Airy Fit Concealer 3.5 Vanilla Review:

Concealer isn’t a product that I play around with too much — if I have one that works, then I stick with it. However, the Clio Kill Cover Airy Fit Concealer kept coming up on my radar, be it through YouTube makeup videos, Instagram posts, or online blog reviews. Everyone was raving about it, and given Clio’s pretty decent track record of base products, I decided to give it go.

I’ve used this in both very hot and humid weather, as well as in much cooler winter weather; how does it hold up?

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[REVIEW] Innisfree Jeju Lava Seawater Skin

Innisfree Jeju Lava Seawater Skin Review

Innisfree Jeju Lava Seawater Skin Review:

As far as I know, the Jeju Lava Seawater line makes up a portion of Innisfree’s skincare range targeted towards anti-aging and intensive moisture. Clearly, being in my early twenties and having more of a combination-to-oily skin type, I’m not necessarily their target market.

However, when we were having a meet up and my friend was gushing about the Jeju Lava Seawater Deep Essence, I found myself really intrigued. And so, with having some generous friends within the skincare community, at one point, I ended up with a trial set of the Jeju Lava Seawater line. The rest, I guess you could say, is history… or is it?

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[REVIEW] Scinic Intensive Dual Mask Snail Solution

Scinic Intensive Dual Mask Snail Solution Review

Scinic Intensive Dual Mask Snail Solution Review:

To be honest, besides theirco famous Honey All in One Ampoule, Scinic never quite stayed on my personal radar. But after decent results with that product, when I got this sheet mask, it caught my interest as being a product formulated without the inclusion of hyaluronic acid/sodium hyaluronate and drying alcohols.

When I first started out in my skincare journey, I was personally wary of these two ingredients (particularly if they’re high up in the ingredients list), so seeing a sheet mask without them was intriguing. Adding in that this is a two-piece mask also adds to the intrigue, to be honest!

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[REVIEW] The Face Shop Fresh Jeju Lotus Soothing Gel

The Face Shop Fresh Jeju Lotus Soothing Gel Review

The Face Shop Fresh Jeju Lotus Soothing Gel Review:

I use soothing gels often, and with the (really good) soothing gels I have used recently I felt they were a waste of gel when used on the body, given to their amount and price. This gel is to me something that is not wasteful, and it looks like a pretty flower as well as it smells like one! It’s not a perfect product but it is worth every penny.

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[REVIEW] Minon Amino Moist Clear Wash Powder

Minon Amino Moist Clear Wash Powder Review

Minon Amino Moist Clear Wash Powder Review:

Developed by the pharmaceutical company, Daiichi Sankyo Healthcare, the Minon Amino Moist product line is a skincare brand targeted towards those with dry and/or sensitive skin. To be completely honest, this brand wasn’t on my radar at all until I was searching for powder cleansers to travel with and found it for cheap on a local reselling platform.

Looking up the product and thus brand guide, it was intriguing to find out that the brand focuses on developing skincare focused on amino acids to aid in improving the skin’s moisture barrier overtime. However, I must say that the little @cosme sticker on this product’s image thumbnails while googling definitely helped in sealing the quick purchase (though, I’m still not so sure in which year it got into the highly esteemed rankings).

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[REVIEW] Laneige Water Bank Gel Cream

Laneige Water Bank Gel Cream Review

Laneige Water Bank Gel Cream Review:

Okay, so this is not a new product. But it is a classic from the permanent and most famous collection of Laneige. And I can’t believe it took me 4 years to try this! I am disappointed in myself and so surprised with this cream, if you don’t have dry skin I would definitely suggest you at least pay attention to this cream if given a chance to try it.

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[REVIEW] The Face Shop Jeju Volcanic Lava Pore Daily Mask Foam

The Face Shop Jeju Volcanic Lava Pore Daily Mask Foam Review

The Face Shop Jeju Volcanic Lava Pore Daily Mask Foam Review:

I got this product a long while back but then I bought other clay masks I really loved and never really got to even try this mask. It also is a clay mask, sort of like a melting clay mask, but mainly it’s a daily clay mask! Most of them are meant to be used two times per week.

So when I read this (when I finally paid attention) it intrigued me and I wanted to use this mask starting right then. I guess it’s one of the best instances of shopping my stash! And although it’s no magical wonder it is a very good mask and it also taught me about other clay masks. Not to mention it’s a mask and a cleanser all at once!

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[REVIEW] Mamonde Day Relief BB Cream SPF 50+ PA+++ Light Beige

Mamonde Day Relief BB Cream SPF 50 PA Light Beige Review

Mamonde Day Relief BB Cream SPF 50+ PA+++ Light Beige Review:

Mamonde is actually a brand that I don’t know much about, of course I’ve heard their name a lot but I still didn’t know much about them. I always think of their products having lots of floral components and concepts. I’ve also seen their name or products advertised in dramas, but usually when I’m watching a drama I don’t pay much attention to the products advertised. Lately I’ve been quite curious about their products and was debating which one to try until I saw that they had released a new line of BB creams.

They actually came out with three new BB creams, but I chose this one because according to Mamonde it is best suited for dry skin. Mamonde actually released these several months ago, but I was unsure if I should try this one or one of the other types. The fact that it comes in one shade – light beige, made me unsure too.

But the fact that it should be pink toned made me curious. All of the previous bb creams I’ve tried that are meant to have a pink undertone have been various shades of orange and yellow on me at least. So, you could say I partly tried this to see what kind of undertone it had and to see if it was also yellow/orange on me too. I was hopeful that Mamonde would prove me wrong and that I might even find a decent bb cream out of this experiment.

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