Missha The Style Under Eye Brightener has been in my stash for a while now and isn’t a terribly great option for aging eyes however, younger eyes might just like this one.
I personally use it on days I need a lightweight concealer for running errands or days I won’t be out for long periods of time. At $5.99 it is a very cost friendly concealer and considerably nicer than you’d get at a US drugstore.
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I scream, you scream, we all scream for Tony Moly Ice Queen! I couldn’t resist, I had throw a stupid rhythm in there somewhere.
Korean brand, Tony Moly created these little Ice Queen Face Packs so that we’d all fall over and squeal in joy. Come on, how can you resist a facial mask packed into a little ice cream sundae packaging? Oh em gee!
However, like most of the Ice Queen Collection the cuteness stops at the packaging because what’s inside isn’t anything to rave too hard about.
I recently reviewed Skin Food Aloe Sun BB Cream for you so I thought today I’d drag out the Skin Food Gingko Green BB Cream for a little swatch and review.
Since the two formulas are fairly similiar I do suggest choosing either one or the other but not both. That’s just my opinion though, you can of course indulge in both if you like but I find they are along the same formulas. I did want to review this anyway though since I enjoy using Shade 2 in the Aloe Sun version and didn’t have Shade 1 to swatch for you however in the Gingko Green formula I had indulged in Shade 1 so this is a good excuse to see the difference between the two if you refer back to my original review.
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I went through this phase where peeling gels were kinda my deal. However, if you have terribly dry skin they really aren’t a great pick for exfoliation.
However, if you’re sensitive, oily, or combo they are a gentle way to exfoliate skin without stripping it. On the upside, they are also easy enough to use daily which makes for a great pick for drier skin which tends to go dry if you’re using an exfoliator that’s gritter or “scrubbier” for lack of a better word.
Skinfood Pineapple Peeling Gel is a gentle way to exfoliate skin.
How’s it work?