Ok, I admit it, I make little spreadsheets of skincare I want to try. I call them my Do Want lists. I basically have a spreadsheet for moisturizers, eye creams, and other skincare products that I want to try at some point. Most of them are gimmicky moisturizers that probably won’t change my life any time soon but one can hope that they’ll be amazing.
When it comes to Korean skincare my lemmings deepen because truly Asian brands promise the world when it comes to skincare and you utterly buy into that fact due to how fresh and incredible the promo models look in the advertisements.
Here are five moisturizers, including a Twi-hard one, that I want to try.
Mizon Twilight Return Cream
It has fangs, a bat, and gothy packaging! Of course, I want to try Mizon Twilight Return Cream! Ironically this one markets perfect, porcelain skin just like that of a vampire. This a face cream with whitening benefits as well as anti-aging ones and contains peptides which tighten and brighten skin.
Did I mention there’s a bat on the packaging? And it comes in a similar style tin as Steam Cream? Sure it isn’t hygienic but it is damn cute!
Mizon Returning Starfish Cream
One might ask one self what this cream does…I mean returning starfish? Did we not evolve from the ape? Did we evolve from a starfish? Does this cream return us to our true selves? Mmm too technical.
Actually it supposedly contains 70% starfish extract and as much as I want to say, “ewww gross!” like an immature teenager, well, I really can’t bring myself to it as after you’ve tried products that contain snail mucus starfish is a trip to the park with a picnic basket. Starfish supposedly regenerates skin and provides moisture while fighting wrinkles and a duller complexion! Heck, Mizon goes all Josie on our asses and includes argan oil as well in this!
Secret Key Angel Tears Waterfull Cream
If they tell me it’s made from 70% angel tears I’d ask them to be sure they squeezed it fresh from Cas’s lovely puppy dog eyes. But technically no angels were harmed in the making of Secret Key Angel Tears Waterful Cream. It’s does contain hyaluronic acid to restore and maintain moisture in the skin which apparently mimics the same effect as angels tears. I guess angel tears are super moisturizing or super hot if you’re thinking of Misha (you’re welcome).
Skin Food Water Drop Facial Ice Vita Cream
Skin Food’s latest Vita addition is a new gel moisturizer that supposedly contains Alaska glacial water that restores the blush back into your skin. You have to ask yourself where in Korea do they tap Alaska glacial water but maybe you we shouldn’t thinking about it and just go along for the ride smiling happily about our freshly moisturized skin.
And yeah, after all that gimmick I still want to try all of these! Laugh if you will but one just might be awesome or all five…who knows?
P.S. Michonne got a horse bitches! $h1t is about to get real! Oh and Daryl may or may not need a hair cut.