There are very few wash off or sleeping packs / overnight mask packs that capture my attention and my wallet. I'm from Honey (reviewed here) as well as Cell Fusion C's gimmicky yet effective bubble mask sachets (reviewed here) were outliers. None of today's masks bowled me over, though they were... nice, for the most … Continue reading Sleeping Pack and Wash Off Mask Empties (2020 Edition)
.... Did this face mask make me... nuts... for nuts?? The mini series of Bring Green's fresh bowl packs continues! If you haven't done so already, do check out my previous posts on their celery wash off mask and their olive oil wash off mask. I decided to make these masks into a series as … Continue reading MINI BLOG SERIES: BRING GREEN – FRESH BOWL PACK – Nuts [브링 그린 프레시 볼 팩 – 넛츠 – 영양윤기 슬리핑팩]
Review of Bring Green - Fresh Bowl Pack - Celery (one time use wash off pack)
Personally, I love a nice clay mask to draw out impurities, though I no longer use them as often as I used to owing to the fact that they can be drying - and my skin is no longer all that oily anymore! Therefore, I’ve been on the hunt for a non drying clay mask … Continue reading Review: Cell Fusion C – Pore Delete Bubble Pack
I did review this last year, when I got it as a full sized product. It did not wow me back then, but I keep getting those 20ml deluxe sample sizes in that HG peeling booster of theirs that I keep purchasing, which is how I continue using it. Judging from last year's post, I … Continue reading Review: CNP Propolis Deep Moisture Pack (2018 vs. 2019)
Review of three of Glamglow's face masks (Supermud clearing, Gravitymud Firming, Youthmud Tinglexfoliate).
Today, I will be discussing one of Missha's masks, in this case, a clay-based mud mask. I got this last autumn, as I was looking around their local shop. I'm not sure why I like Missha so much? Their packaging seems a bit dated, even though it's elegant. It's as if they're trying to target … Continue reading Review: Missha – Rotorua Spa Mud Mask
Woo-hoo! A mask review on the blog today! This bad boy came in a generously sized tube and rang in at around KRW7,000 at my local Watsons, a.k.a. Lalavla, if I remember correctly (though still a massive price increase, if the Internet is to be believed that this retails for $3.99 in the US). What … Continue reading Review: Freeman – Acai Purifying Clay Mask