Okay guys I’ve been trying a lot of new skincare products over the past three months or so, and there’s been some absolute gems that I wanted to share with you. If you’d like to see a full review of any products below, let me know in the comments! These are all tried and tested, but I’ve started testing a whole new wave of products too, so I’m sure there’ll be part II to this coming soon.
I’ve been hesitant to post this review because in all honesty, I’m not sure if I’m missing a few things with regards to this product. It wasn’t what I expected! Read on for my experience.
This product was provided courtesy Neogen. All reviews are honest, as always.
I’m back with another treatment review! This was a biggie for me- it included my first ever facial laser treatments at one of the most famous clinics in Seoul- Banobagi. Korean beauty in Seoul is all about facials, treatments and innovative solutions, and Banobagi Clinic are at the forefront of that, with the most up-to-date technology and expert medical staff. So how did I like my experience?
I received this treatment as a prize from Seoul Cosmetic Surgery medical concierge group, at Seoul Blogger Brunch. All opinions are honest, as aaaalways.
I’m going to be totally honest, from all the products I try these days, I rarely come across products I absolutely hate. It’s only happened a handful of times. I’m fairly picky about what I try- I check ingredients lists and I know what works for my skin. If companies send me products without consulting me, and I don’t think said products are suitable for my skin type or aims/sound boring, I might not even get around to testing them. I also have super NON-sensitive skin, so products don’t tend to break me out or irritate my skin, even if they don’t do much for me.
My obsession with cleansing sticks started waaaay back when, in 2014 when I arrived in Seoul, thanks to Sheryl from The Wanderlust Project and her love for the Su:m37 Miracle Rose Cleansing Stick. She got me firmly hooked on that, and I also jumped on Belif’s Chamomile Stick when that was released. I loved both, and compared them here. So when Neogen got in touch? Cleansing stick pretty please! I was pumped to try it, so let’s see how it worked out for me after three weeks continual use. I’m gonna kinda compare it to the other two cleansing sticks along the way.
This product was provided courtesy Neogen, but as per this doesn’t affect my review in any way.
Fact: I love trying new facial treatments. And I’ve been fortunate enough to form a collaborative relationship with medical concierge group Eunogo, who have given me a number of opportunities to experience the unique beauty treatments they have on offer here in Seoul (see here and here for my other experiences with Eunogo). I actually won the treatment I’m going to be reviewing today, at the Seoul Blogger Brunch, but as per, this does not affect my review. Read on for details of my hydrogen toning experience!
Okay, I admit it, I’ve become a bit of a toner addict. I don’t know how this happened (although I know why I love Korean toners), but it did, and my collection is now substantial. With the recent Seoul Blogger Brunch event, and the insane amount of swag we received, I added a few more to my ever growing toner family. One of those gifted was the famous Klairs Supple Face Preparation Toner that so many people have recommended to me. But did it live up to the hype?
Flyer by Premier BMS
The event was aimed at bringing together global influencers to network and learn about K-Beauty. To say it was a success would be an understatement…
Travelling is a bit of a ‘mare for skin, and I always used to break out after long journeys. I never realized how dehydrated skin becomes during flights, and over the past few years, I’ve really worked hard when I’m travelling to ensure my skin is taken care of. Enter this 8 Step Travel Jelly Mask that I’m Sorry For My Skin, recently sent me by the company. With my long-haul trip to the UK coming up when the product arrived (I went home for summer vacation), I knew it was the perfect time to test this cute little travel kit!
*This product was gifted to me by the company. This in no way affects my review, see my Disclaimer tab for more details on collaborations.
So first a little back story…Tiam are a company that I only became aware of a few months back, when I saw that they would be at the K Beauty Expo in Seoul in May, and I learned that they are little sister company of Cosrx. Needless to say I was intrigued, having been a huge fan of Cosrx for the past few years.
*This product was kindly gifted to me, but this does not affect my review in any way. See my disclaimer tab for more details of how I collaborate.