As promised, today I’ll be sharing with you the Korean Beauty skincare review part II. In the first part, I reviewed snail slime cream (yes snail slime, you read that right!) & a soy gel… In the second part I’m going into the really weird stuff!
I’m a huge fan of exfoliators and anything that can remove blackheads. The Caolion Pore Blackhead Steam foam cleanser, does both. What makes really unusual and unique, is the fact that it heats up! Within only 10 seconds of applying a thin layer on the skin, you start feeling a slight burning sensation. That tingly feeling is an indicator that the cleanser is working removing dead skin cells.
Even though it doesn’t really “burn” you skin, I was somehow uncomfortable with the feeling. After rinsing the product off, I still felt a slight burning sensation around my nose, which lasted for a couple minutes. I have to admit my skin was so smooth and clean at the end! As for the blackheads, I didn’t see much difference from a couple uses.
Egg cream is huge in the K-beauty world, and these Too Cool For School egg cream sheet masks are becoming pretty popular. I’ve heard before about the amazing benefits off eggs for your hair, never for the skin though. This mask supposed to give you a brighter complexion, while hydrating your skin. Even though it’s made of egg whites and yolks, the mask did not smell like eggs thankfully!
You apply it just like any other sheet mask, leave it on the skin for 10-20 mins , and scare the hell out of everyone! Boo!!!
Then remove the sheet and massage the leftover serum into the face… Pretty straight forward.
Your face will look fresh, radiant and extremely hydrated! I have to admit that I really loved the results and will be definitely adding this sheet mask to my collection!
This was everything from my Korean beauty skin care haul. I’ve really enjoyed trying unusual products and ingredients and getting introduced to a whole new world of skin care products.
I’ve hope you all enjoyed this mini series. As you’re reading this, I’ll be in Las Vegas for a few days in 110+ degree weather… probably in one of the many casinos drinking a refreshing cocktail and escaping the heat outside! Wish me luck everyone!