[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+SWATCHES] VT Cosmetics BTS Collagen Pact BLACK 21

VT Cosmetics BTS Collagen Pact BLACK 21 Review

VT Cosmetics BTS Collagen Pact BLACK 21 Review:

It is not a new product but still be a best seller item on VT’s website. Hence, I guess it’s not too late to write this review now (though VT had just released other makeup collections last month, hehe). I think you already knew this product too. Yess, VT X BTS Collagen Pact (Black). A product that became crazily popular because it collaborated with BTS (Bangtan Boys), a South Korean boy band.

I didn’t notice this product because I was not familiar with VT Cosmetics (and I’m not an ARMY too). Moreover, in my country, this product is famous with its nickname ‘BTS Cushion’ (ha?!). I’m not sure what you call it in your country, but most of my friends call it BTS Cushion. Thus, I thought it’s just an usual bb cushion. But once I, accidentally, watched a video on YouTube and found out that it is a COLLAGEN pact, I immediately hunted it! Because I love collagen!

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[REVIEW] Neogen Dermalogy Real Cica Pad

Neogen Dermalogy Real Cica Pad Review

Neogen Dermalogy Real Cica Pad Review:

This review has been a long time coming since I first bought it when it first launched in Seoul earlier this year. Unfortunately, as this tub is quite bulky and I couldn’t bring it with me on some trips, it led to inconsistent use, so I allowed ample time for me to use it consistently before I decided to finally sit down and offer my thoughts on this raved about product. I’m not one to give in to much hype, but when I was caught up in the “cica craze”, this product seemed like a total must have product, what with its claims and nice ingredients list. But, did it live up to my expectations?

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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] Femmue Repairing Creamy Foam Cleanser

Femmue Repairing Creamy Foam Cleanser Review

Femmue Repairing Creamy Foam Cleanser Review:

I bought this on my visit to their store a million years ago, and oddly enough I used it fast once I actually started using it. This whole tube lasted me… around two months? Which is quite fast for a foam cleanser. The design is beautiful, the promises are nice, and the brand is a favorite of mine so, of course, after using it I had to write about it.

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[REVIEW] Purito Defence Barrier pH Cleanser

Purito Defence Barrier pH Cleanser Review

Purito Defence Barrier pH Cleanser Review:

Purito is a Korean brand that’s been making waves recently, mostly online in the Instagram beauty community, at least from what I’ve seen. Touting itself as brand with “safe and honest ingredients that everyone – friends, family, and even babies – can have faith in”, I have to say that they’ve set some pretty high standards for themselves.

So while I can see that the ingredients used in their products seem promising, you can never know how a product would work for you unless you try it for yourselves. Which is why when I received this as a gift from a friend for my birthday, I was delighted and intrigued. But does this cleanser live up to Purito’s claim of being mild and sensitive-skin friendly?

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[REVIEW] Skinfood Vege Garden Mask Sheet Basil

Skinfood Vege Garden Mask Sheet Basil Review

Skinfood Vege Garden Mask Sheet Basil Review:

When I heard Skinfood launched this Vege Garden line, I was intrigued to give it a chance, especially for their mask sheet. The Skinfood Vege Garden Mask Sheet seems to be very interesting as it consists of fresh vegetable ingredients (you know, typically Skinfood products) and some of them are never found from other brands. Skinfood have 10 kinds of vegetables and the mask sheet itself is made in Water, Essence and Cream essence type.

As I said, some variants of this Vege Garden Mask Sheet are quite unique and rare, at least for me. Kidney Bean, Basil, Peanut, and Mugwort. I think I’ve never tried any skincare consisting those ingredients. So I gave my first try to Basil mask sheet. Aside from my curiosity, I was attracted since this mask promises to purify pores with its refreshing water-type Basil essence. It would be a good treatment to my big pores (I hope so).

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