Skin Food Salmon Dark Circle Concealer Cream Review
Salmon is a popular food because of it’s healthy Omega-3 fatty acids and high vitamin content plus it’s ever so tasty isn’t it? It also happens to be the theme surrounding the new Skin Food collection available now in stores.
The line is a concentrated formula rich in omega-3 fatty acid, haloxyl, arbutin and vitamins to improve blood circulation and whiten skin. It includes not only a concealer but also a brightening powder and several creams and serums for use under the eyes.
Aside from the salmon-like formula it also sports a salmon color which is always ideal for covering severe dark circles.
Jump ahead for the review on Skin Food Salmon Dark Circle Concealer Cream.
As with many Skin Food items, Salmon Dark Circle Concealer Cream comes housed in cute vintage style packaging. Available in a large size jar at a very inexpensive price this should last you quite a long time if you’re lucky enough to snag it at retail.
The concealer is decently pigmented and is tinted a salmon, peach shade. For the most part I prefer my concealer to be whiter and brighter in color as I think these work best for making my tired, older eyes look more awake and refreshed however I can’t deny that a peachy, salmon shade of concealer is best for concealing heavy dark shadows and circles. The formula is nicely moisturizing, doesn’t crease or cake, and wears quite long throughout the day. It’s shade may prove difficult to wear for some who prefer a light shade of concealer like me but with a little blending you’ll come out looking quite natural.
Skin Food is a Korean brand shop and store that caters to more natural, organic lines of both skincare and cosmetics. Exclusive to Korea at first it’s since branched out to Singapore, Japan, and other Asian countries. Sadly, it’s not available yet within the US and probably never will be but one can hope. Now this in turn brings me to the fact of where you can get this. The best place to locate it it would be on E-bay. The cheapest price I’ve seen is around $15 which includes shipping. It’s original price tag is 8,000KRM, roughly $6.50. As you can see the price is considerably higher on E-bay.
Is it worth the price jack?
Overall, it manages to conceal dark circles very well. It’s creamy formula makes it ideal for dry eyes that are younger or older. It has a good long wear and keeps eyes looking awake and fresh all day long. I think it’s worthy of a pick up and a Muse Approval for purchase.
Anyone try yet?
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