Kose Hada Skin Rhythm Moisturizing Lotion might be familiar to you considering I recently reviewed and raved the moisturizing skin cream that pairs up with this.
Commonly Asian brands dub essence or toners as a “lotion” but this is actually an essence so don’t be confused by the title. It was created to be used prior to the Hada Rhythm Moisturizing Cream. Since I loved the moisturizing cream so much I thought the essence was a necessary purchase.
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If you’re wondering why my skin is so radiant lately you can blame the new Kose Hada Rhythm Moisturizing Skin Cream I’ve been using!
YOU need it!
Especially if you have dry, dull skin like me!
Kose Softymo Speedy Cleansing Foam is a fluffy cleansing foaming wash from Japan that I use daily. Being a big fan of the original Airy Whip from Softymo this is of course, a fast fav for me
If you’re looking for a basic cleanser that you can use after a pre-wash with cleansing oil this does the trick nicely!
Clear Turn is one of Kose’s worst brands in my humblest. They make some rather crummy facial masks and I try to avoid them when possible.
The Kose Clear Turn Q10 Eye Mask are small eye patches enriched with Q10 Lotion to moisturize and improve firmness under eyes. My eyes can use all the moisture they can get but lately I notice they are a bit sleepy and droopy looking if I don’t get enough Zzz’s in so that’s why I indulged in these a few months ago.
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Kose makes a variety of Clear Turn Facial Sheet Masks for a very low cost. These are terribly tempting facial sheet masks since they contain 26 masks in a single package and run around $8.
They are actually fairly easy to find at smaller Asian shops and markets as well.
But here’s a tip, avoid them.