Skip to main content

Posts

Showing posts from June, 2018

THEFACESHOP Rice Water Bright Light Cleansing Oil

The Best Korean Moisturizers

It's time to talk about K-beauty! I have always struggled with all kind of skin problems from pimples to redness and oiliness. However, somehow during my year in Asia and Korea my skin care routines and products changed dramatically. Due to that, also my skin got so much better. I can thank mostly Korea because of their great and affordable products. Let's see what are simply the best moisturizers you can find to get baby smooth skin! Before the moisturizers, check out the best Korean cleansers HERE. Aloe vera is such a great plant. It has been used for years for decorative purposes as well as to calm down irritated skin. Somehow just recently people have woken up to the fact how great moisturizer aloe vera actually is! It reduces the redness and moisturize your skin deeply. It also works for acne and other skin problems. When I got a bad acne breakout in Hong Kong and nothing really helped me, aloe vera gel was one of the only things which made my skin at least a bit better. D…

The best Korean cleansers for oily skin

It's time for Korean beauty products! Today I'm going to introduce my ultimate favorite Korean face cleansers. On my blog I focus on products which I personally find useful and effective. As mentioned in my previous posts, my skin type is oily or mixed so I need products to reduce excessive oil on the skin. I have done a lot of research and ended up buying these two popular products from Skinfood sales back in Korea. Let's see how they are! The Black Sugar Mask has real organic sugar in it which exfoliates and nourishes the skin. It is enriched with vitamins and it smells very pleasant. It has slight citrus scent though overall it smells very sweet. Every time I apply it on my face, I want to taste it because the scent is so delicious! Apply and massage the sugar mask after cleaning the face and let it stay there 10-15 minutes. The texture is pretty thick so I always mix it with some water. After the mask has been on the skin for a while just rinse it off with some water.…