The Skin Food Black Egg Pore Primer needs a new name. Black egg? Seriously? I’m thinking rotten egg when I saw the packaging. Guys, we really need to rethink the name here.
They claim it’ll make your skin as smooth and firm as a freshly hard boiled egg, thus the name eh?
Does it work?
The Skin Food Banana Yogurt Mask is meant for soothing sensitive skin but I find it’s a treat to tuck in my fridge and smooth on after a stressful day!
The Skin Food Black Raspberry Eye Cream caught my eye because of the sweet packaging that looks like a little jar of jam. Sweet isn’t it?
But it also had my attention because I’m an absolute fool for any eye creams the Korean brand puts out. I really love their eye creams but they have one major quirk….
I’m not a strong supporter of YesStyle’s obscene mark ups but I just wanted to share with the fact that they have Skin Food Salmon Dark Circle Powder for $11. This isn’t retail by any means but I find this is rather inexpensive by USD standards.
It’s one of my HG, can’t live without it, never want to live without it products and I truly believe it’s an essential item for aging eyes since powder really makes my eyes look super old but this not only brightens but sets concealer for long wear, all damn day!
Just wanted to give you a heads up this because like I said, pretty decent price by USD standards and you get the added benefit of piece of mind sans E-bay mark ups and black market products.
P.S. Buyer beware, YesStyle SkinFood prices are obscene to say the least so don’t get to roped into purchasing anything without prior research.
Disclaimer: I’m not affiliated with YesStyle.
When I turned 30 I noticed fine lines beginning to form under my eyes and proceeded to freak the F out. I’ve always said to myself growing old and aging was no big deal but honestly when you start experiencing it for yourself, I promise, you will run around googling fine lines, hitting up your local skincare counter, and begging the skincare gods to please send a miracle.
After spending a gazillion dollars on lotions and potions, I finally figured out that my fine lines under my eyes were caused by dryness and that I could easily diminish them by keeping them as hydrated as possible.
That’s when I spent a few dollars on a large jar of Skinfood Avocado Rich Eye Balm and lived happily ever after it.