Mizon Returning Starfish Cream is kinda the same concept and formula of the Mizon Angel Tears Waterfull Cream so if you already have one or the other I wouldn’t recommend owning both.
I just wanna know where the starfish is returning from. Did he go on a trip? Was it far away? Out of space? Europe? Just around the corner? Don’t starfishes move really slow…did it take him a long time to return? Questions like this keep me up at night.
The new Pur Minerals Melt Away Makeup Emulsifier is a new all natural cleansing oil with a whooping 12 naturally fragrant oils. Sounds awesome to me but a horror show for sensitive or acne prone skin.
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Kat Von D Unlock-It Makeup Remover Wipes ($15 for 30) make a Fall debut with an oil-free formula that promises to remove pigmented makeup in a few swipes. This can be used on your face, eyes, and lips and claim to easily wipe away any and all makeup with an antibacterial formula that absorbs all moisture, eliminating potential for build-up.
These are Fragrance-free and bio-degradable.
They are available now at Sephora and Sephora.com
I love wipes! They make it easy to remove makeup in a hurry but I always struggle with using them to remove my makeup daily as they do a poor job of getting off waterproof mascara and heavier eye makeup. Count me curious if these new Kat Von D Unlock-It Makeup Remover Wipes are any difference from the variety of brand I’ve tried. As of now MAC remains my favorite makeup remover wipe but I could change my mind!
Think you want to try them?
Missha Super Aqua Ultra Waterfull Cream is a moisturizer that will fit in rather perfectly with your Fall skincare regime (especially if you have drier skin).
This lightweight moisturizer not only hydrates skin but activates skin’s natural moisture so skin is soft, supple, and moist.
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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.
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