Etude House Soon Jung Panthensoside 5 Cica Sleeping Pack – Review

This mask was released during the period when Korean brands were introducing cica lines. Just like most of the other products, this one also contains cantella asiatica – the ingredient that we all love and look out for.  This product has a thick and creamy, gel-like consistency, but it absorbs pretty well. A little goes… Read More Etude House Soon Jung Panthensoside 5 Cica Sleeping Pack – Review

Innisfree Daily UV Protection Cream No Sebum SPF 35 PA+++ – Review

I think this is one of the oldest Korean sunscreens; I had been postponing buying this sunscreen for years, as I knew it would be just like many other mineral-only sunscreens – drying and ashy.  This sunscreen contains titanium dioxide and zinc oxide, not micronised, as well as iron oxides that help to protect from… Read More Innisfree Daily UV Protection Cream No Sebum SPF 35 PA+++ – Review

COSRX Ultimate Moisturizing Honey Overnight Mask – Review

This is another forgotten review — the super popular CosRX’s honey mask.  It’s a hydrating mask that is also supposed to brighten and soothe the skin. It’s not overloaded with ingredients; the two main elements are propolis extract and natural beeswax, there’s no actual honey in the product. It contains glycerine, dimethicone, and hyaluronic acid.… Read More COSRX Ultimate Moisturizing Honey Overnight Mask – Review

Secret Key Starting Treatment Essence (Rose Edition) – Review

In my post on favourite mists, I said that if I bother myself with a cotton pad, it’s either for acids or essences. Specifically, I meant fermented essences. I find fermented essences, usually referred to as FTE (First Treatment Essence), very beneficial for my skin. They boost hydration and give the ‘essence glow’ if you… Read More Secret Key Starting Treatment Essence (Rose Edition) – Review