I’m kinda obsessed with Skin Food Facial Water Vita Mists at the moment so brace yourselves for reviews. Skin Food Facial Water Vita-B Mist is one of three facial mists that quite reminds me of the old Skin Food Lettuce and Cucumber Water Mist from back in the day (do they even make it anymore?).
Let’s take a peek!
I recently used up my Skin Food Omija Whitening Spot Cream, actually, I used up almost all of my Skin Food Omija Skincare so I thought it would be a good time to start reviewing it.
Skin Food Omija Whitening Skincare contains a patent-awarded oriental herbal complex with Omija and skin-lightening ingredients.
Omija is a special Korean herbal tea made from Schisandra chinensi. The entire line was supposedly created to include Omija as it has brightening skin benefits.
Here are my thoughts on the Skin Food Omija Whitening Spot Cream.
Skin Food Gold Caviar Collagen Double Eye Serum falls victim to being one of those eye creams that promises the galaxy and barely delivers a small planet.
I’ve become fixated with the idea that I should be taking care of my upper eye area as well as the area below my eyes lately. I’ve no idea where this obsession came from but now I’m all about searching out double duty eye creams that I can use above and below my eyes. So when the Skin Food Gold Caviar Collagen Double Eye Serum came into my possession I was ever so happy as this is a duo that not only addresses the problems I have below my eyes but helps to also maintain the delicate skin above them as well.
Take a look!
Skin Food Platinum Grape Cell Essential BB Cream launches several months ago in Korea and is available in two shade selections with an SPF 45.
The grape cell extract in this BB Cream supposedly restores skin elasticity. I didn’t purchase it for that reason though, I did because it contains arbutin which whitens/brightens skin when used over a long period of time. I figured if I loved the formula it would be beneficial to have arbutin in the mix to brighten dull skin and lighten dark spots.
Let’s take a look!
Skin Food Byulsatang Eye Color was introduced last Spring in Korea I believe. I remember hauling a few shades and gifting them to friends but never actually reviewing the one shade I decided to keep.
There’s a reason for that…!