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.
Skin Food Vita Water Drop CC Cream SPF 35 PA ++ was recently introduced in Korea and comes in two cute designer tubes. From my understanding the formulas are the same but the tubes they come in are different. I’ve been on a CC Cream kick lately so I was excited about trying out Skin Food’s formula.
Who knows maybe Skin Food CC Cream could become my next favorite?
Yes, there’s another version of Skin Food Facial Water Vita Mist. I’ve already reviewed A and B for you so Skin Food Facial Vita-C Mist is next up and I promise the very last of the Vita Mist series.
I generally love facial mists and these have been a staple of my daily AM and PM skincare regime as of late. Plus with Summer here I’ll probably make even more use of them as I tend to over do facial mist in the warmer weather.
Take a peek!
Sometimes you have those days that your eyes need a little pick me. That’s when I reach for Skin Food Facial Ice Vita Cooling Stick. Skin Food Facial Ice Vita Cooling Stick is a moisturizing, cooling, and very refreshing stick moisturizer that you can use in the AM, PM, or on the go to depuff eyes while giving them some much needed moisture quickly and easily.
Now it won’t take the place of your favorite eye cream it will however, be a great little pick me up if your eyes need a little depuffing action during the day!
I ran out of my Shu Cleansing Oil so I decided to start trying a few other cleansing oils one of which is the Skin Food Lemon Brightening Cleaning Oil.
Just when I thought I tried every single Cleansing Oil Skin Food has ever made a new one pops across my path. The good news is this was considerably cheaper than replenishing my Shu Cleansing Oil so it was worth the try.
Supposedly it brightens skin as it cleanses but I do not see the point of a cleansing oil that washes away as a brightening agent…however, I’m game to try anything!
Take a look!