Every year I head to see an interactive showing of Rocky Horror Show with friends. This year we went Saturday night and Jai, my best friend, needed a few things for his costume so we decided we’d meet up at the Palisades Mall really early to grab what he needed.
Needless to say I was very excited to see a section of boarded off at the Mall which stated a “Skin Food Store” would be arriving soon. Seriously we have two stores in New York for the Skin Food, one on Northern Blvd (my friend Angel has a game store in the area and whenever I visit him I make sure I go to the Skin Food Store) and one in Roosevelt Ave but both locations (if you drive) are very, very busy and high traffic. It’s a chore to go to Flushing even though I head down as often as I can for the good eats (the best bowls of ramen can be found in Queens).
I think it’s way easier to head to Rockland! Less traffic, plenty more traffic, etc…!
It’s quite exciting news and I thought I’d share it with my fellow Korean skincare lovers and New Yorkers.
I have no idea the exact date it’ll be opening but I hope it’ll be November or at least by December!
Happy Shopping Skin Food Lovers!
Heads up Korean beauty and makeup fans as good news Skin Food and Tony Moly are now sold online (not in store) on Urban Outfitters online store!
I saw products like Tony Moly Bunny Mist, Tony Moly Bunny Gloss Bar, Skin Food Royal Honey Mist, and Skinfood Peach Sake Pore BB Cream.
I thought this was very exciting but wish it was in store too! The selection is small but maybe they’ll extend if things start selling well!
You can shop it at www.urbanoutfitters.com.
Skinfood Buckwheat Loose Powder is a loose sheer powder available in four shades that launched quite sometime ago and has been part of the permanent Skinfood Collection for a while now.
Originally I purchased the #23 shade to replace my Skin Food Salmon Dark Circle Powder because I wanted something to set my concealer. Later on I discovered the awesomeness of Ben Nye Banana Powder but Skinfood Buckwheat Loose Powder had already become apart of my daily makeup regime.
Take a peek!
You might well recognize the Skin Food Water Drop Facial Ice Vita Cream as it is from the same collection as the recently released Skin Food Facial Ice Vita Mist and Skin Food Vita Water Drop CC Cream I recently reviewed for you!
Supposedly this contains over 80% Alaskan Glacier water. I said it before I say it again I have no idea where in Korea they get Glacier water but props for great marketing….!
Skin Food Facial Ice Vita Mist keeps popping up with different packaging and formulations every so often that it is enough to confuse a girl! You might be familiar Facial Water Vita-A–B– and C Mist which this kinda resembles in terms of formula.
All of these mists are made with a base of Alaskan Glacier Water, supposedly it’s pure glacier water! I just can’t understand where Korea is tapping it from…I mean do they have a huge glacier block melting in a warehouse somewhere? Or do they just go to Alaska for the water every time they wanna whip up a facial mist? Or do they use priority flat rate shipping and have the glaciers or water shipped to Skin Food HQ? I want in on the production process here.
Supposedly the water is enriched with oxygen, potassium, calcium, magnesium and other great beneficial skin loving minerals.
I’m not making this up.
Take a look!