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Review: Skinfood Strawberry Black Sugar Wash-Off Mask

14. March 2014
Remember the last time when I reviewed Skinfood’s Black Sugar Wash-Off Scrub (click for the review >>here<<) ? I received a sample of Skinfood Strawberry Black Sugar Wash-Off Mask together with this purchase and I was really happy, because I’ve been really indecisive between the Strawberry and the pure Black Sugar Mask. Since I’ve been testing the Strawberry Masks now, I can tell you, that I super love it! ♥
The full size product comes in a jar like the Skinfood Black Sugar Wash-Off Mask, but the packaging design of the sample sachet is not less beautiful. I really love the design this one has, the colors fit together nicely and it has the cutest strawberry illustration on it. Also, the sample sachet does contain enough product to use it at least 3 times, which is great for trying!
Although this is a sample and most of the Korean product samples have only Korean description written on them, this one comes with English and Korean description. Again a plus! Now, the major difference between this mask and the pure Black Sugar mask is the consistency. This one has a gel-like consistency and is not that solid as the Black Sugar Mask. Thus, it is more gentle to the skin for exfoliation.
The effect of the Strawberry Black Sugar Mask is the same in the end. It exfoliates the skin and leaves it refreshed and cleansed, without leaving a greasy film. The scent is divine (for those who love strawberry scented products) ♥ I can only say that I love this mask, it has a great scent, works well and leaves me all in all super happy! If you have sensitive skin and were worried about the Black Sugar Mask to be too harsh you should at least try this one!
You can buy a jar containing 100 g at:
W2Beauty for 12.00 US$ for 9.95 US$


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Review: Skinfood Black Sugar Wash-Off Mask

5. February 2014


One of my first posts on this blog almost one year ago was about Skinfood’s Black Sugar Scrub Foam. Since then I’ve always been curious about Skinfood Black Sugar Wash-Off Mask, because I loved the scrub foam so much. Finally, I bought it a while ago and I don’t regret it ♥ Skinfood offers quite a wide range of different masks and packs, each addressing a different skin concern and provided in tiny plastic buckets.
Skinfood is one of these brands which are competing with Etude House in terms of design – in my opinion at least. It is a Korean brand with vintage appearing design of their products which occupied my heart very quickly. The products are using the beneficial effects of ingredients, which are familiar to us in terms of “food” like vegetables and fruits. Their motto “Food that is good for your health, is also good for your skin.” reflects this brands’ ideology nicely. The Skinfood Black Sugar Wash-Off Mask comes in a cute plastic jar with a vintage-like styled label on the lid. It is simple, but I love this kind of design.
The description is written in English and in Korean on the plastic jar. You can see from the ingredients list, that the main ingredient is sugar, but it also contains various fats and oils. Black sugar has several benefits. It is rich in potassium, iron, calcium and other minerals. Brown and black sugar are often used as mechanical skin exfoliator, as in several skincare products (also see the Klairs Gentle Black skincare line). Here they help to remove the dead cells while massaging. Also, molasses contains vitamin B, which is an antioxidant that prevents and reverses signs of photo-aging of the skin. You can check the ingredients list on COSDNA, too. Two ingredients are red flagged, which are PEG-7 Glyceryl Cocoate, a surfactant and BHT (Butylhydroxytoluol), an antioxidant. If you know that you are sensitive to these two ingredients, keep in mind to test the product previously on your arm.
Below the lid you’ll find another separating plastic lid, which prevents the product to lick out. Nevertheless, due to the rather solid consistency, especially in cool areas, it is practically not necessary.
I was really surprised about the solid consistency, somehow I thought it would be more creamy…Anyway, the scent of it is the same citrus-ish scent that I found with the scrub foam. On the ingredients list is written that they used caramel perfume, but I don’t smell any caramel scent to be honest. When I tried the scrub foam back then, I didn’t like the scent too much in the beginning, because normally I like flowery scents more. But I grew fond of it, because it gives you some refreshment in a way.
If you have sensitive skin you should also keep in mind to don’t use this product on dry skin, but to make your skin wet or damp before. The more water you add while massaging, the more do the sugar grains melt and they won’t irritate your skin anymore. Another way of using this would be in combination with a cleansing oil, like I showed in my Klairs Gentle Black Deep Cleansing Oil review. I think this makes the application even more suitable for sensitive skin.
By the way, the jar doesn’t come with a spatula or a spoon, but I would recommend to use one. Not only because it is more hygienic, but also because it makes it easier to take out product from the jar  (I don’t know if they give you spoons with it, if you buy it at a store). How did it perform on my skin? You can achieve a nice peeling on your skin while massaging this mask into your skin. While leaving it on the face, you can either enjoy the fresh scent, or observe a slight heating effect of the skin, because your blood circulation was promoted while massaging. After I wash off the mask, the skin has a soft feeling. I don’t have a dry feeling nor is my skin greasy.
If you love using masks and you don’t mind leaving a product on your skin for a couple of minutes, I will recommend this mask to you. If you don’t like waiting so much, you can optionally also go for the Black Sugar Foam Scrub. In principal it has the same effects, only it is a cleansing foam on the same time.
You can buy a jar containing 100 g at:

W2Beauty for US$ 9.50


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Review: Skinfood Good Afternoon Honey Black Tea BB Cream No.1

5. December 2013
This review is based on a couple of samples from Skinfood’s Good Afternoon Honey Black Tea BB cream I gathered in the last months. I’m actually really trying to get rid of my samples, haha. We’ll see if I’ll keep on doing so. This is the first BB cream I’m trying from Skinfood. I have reviewed the Vita Waterdrop CC cream before (>>here<<) and I love it a lot, especially since the packaging was so cute. Considering the cuteness of the packaging, this BB cream is doing great as well. Keep reading if you want to know more:

Although, I only have had samples, even their packaging is typical for Skinfood and really cute. It shows an illustration of a bee and a beehive on the schemes of a tea bag. There are several BB cremes in the Skinfood Good Afternoon Tea BB line. In total there are five different ones: Apple Cinnamon Tea, Berry Berry Tea, Peach Green Tea, Rose Lemon Tea and Honey Black Tea. They vary slightly from one another, each having it’s own specifies. And they all come in two different shades, light beige (#1) and natural beige (#2). At the moment I tend to get natural beige, if I can choose, but in this case the samples were all light beige. Nevertheless, I can put it on and it is only a tiny little bit too bright for me, but it blends in well with the skin color on the other hand.

The description on the samples is in Korean, unfortunately, but you can read all the descriptions for the Good Afternoon BB creams on Skinfood’s official web page.
The description from this BB cream says:
[Honey Black Tea BB – Moisturizing & Glowing]
A moisturizing and illuminating BB cream with sweet honey and flavorful red tea that keeps skin soft and supple.
[Good Afternoon BB Cream Story]
Try our Good Afternoon BB Cream Line. Infused with skin-revitalizing afternoon teas, it helps you keep a bright, vibrant skin tone all day!
* To Use
Apply an even layer to skin in gentle patting motions.
I’m always a bit skeptical when it comes to honey-scented products. There is a honey scent which can be nice and one which I absolutely can’t stand, because it is too artificial. This product smells great! I really do love the scent, although it wears off after applying it on your face, but the moment you put is, it is really a nice scent. The consistency of the BB cream is light and moist. It leaves a nice feeling on the skin and feels lightweight, too. The coverage is medium, but build-able. Actually, you can see in the images below, that it covers up nicely the heart I draw with a lip liner on the back of my hand.
You can see that the cream also leaves a soft glow, but in contrast to the last BB cream from Mamonde I reviewed, this glow is not too much and I think even people with oily skin can put it on. Actually, it feels partly mattifying, too. So if you have dry skin, like me, I would recommend you, to use a moisturizer before, otherwise it starts flaking around the dry areas, for example around the nose. Unfortunately, I can’t get good lightening for taking pictures in the moment, so I have to leave you with the swatch on my hand.:(
All in all, I love the scent, I love how light it feels and I love the finish. It provides SFP20 PA+ and enough coverage. This is surprisingly a nice BB cream and I might want to try the second shade of this. I can recommend you to try this out, at least grab some samples (even the full size is not really expansive). Perhaps, it works for some of you as well.
The full size product comes in a tube and contains 30 g. You can buy this here:
Beautynetkorea for US$ 7.60 (free shipping)
W2Beauty for US$ 12.37 (free shipping option, you’ll get a 5$ voucher upon registration with this link, which is usable for orders of minimum 30$)
testerkorea for 7000 Won (around US$ 7, shipping depends on weight)
or various seller on ebay

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Graveyard: September and October Empties

7. November 2013

It’s quite a while ago that I made a post about the product I used up, but somehow I managed to put my focus on decreasing my growing sample collection instead of buying new things. But finally a couple of products had to say goodbye:

Virgin Coconut Oil: I love using this in winter, on my body, in my hair…I’ll be buying a new jar of coconut oil soon, I’m sure :D Repurchase?Yes!
The Body Shop Banana Shampoo and Conditioner: I love the scent of these, so exotic and reminds me of summer. If you don’t like the scent of bananas I’d recommend you not to buy it. Repurchase?Yes!
Skinfood Black Sugar Scrub Foam: I reviewed this ages ago (here) and I loved using it as often as possible. Repurchase? Yes, but first I’ll try some other scrubs :D
Missha Super Aqua Marine Stem Cell Defending Cream: This was my second jar, which means I love this product actually a lot. It moisturizes greatly and works perfect for me. You find my review >>here<< . Nevertheless I’m going to try out some other moisturizer next-and of course use some of the many samples I’ve still hoarded. Repurchase?Yes, unless I’ll find a better moisturizer :D
Sans Soucis Anti Age Radiance Daily Moisturizer: I didn’t like that this moisturizer had tiny glitter particles contained. Also the smell wasn’t one of my favourites, although it was not bad. Repurchase? No.
Rexaline Hydra Eye Zone Eye Cream: this is a solid eye cream which absorbs quickly. Nevertheless I’ve still a lot in my Skinfood Salmon Brightening Eye Cream, so I won’t repurchase this one. Repurchase?No.
Rimmel 60 Seconds Nail Polish Frisky Clover: I loved the color a lot. The formula was thicker than other nail polishes. Unfortunately Rimmel was discontinued in Germany :/ Repurchase? unfortunately no.

So, that’s it again :) Hope you enjoyed reading ♥

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Review: Skinfood Black Sugar Perfect First Serum

4. October 2013
When discovered that my latest order from Keautystore contained a sample of Skinfood’s Black Sugar Perfect First Serum I was really excited. I’ve been using the Black Sugar Scrub foam for some time now and it is really a product I like a lot. Let’s see what my first impression based on Skinfood’s Black Sugar Perfect First Serum Sample is:

My review is based on a sample, that’s why I cannot say anything about the bottle the serum is provided in full size. But it comes with special cotton pads with two sides. These two sides are necessary for the suggested application of the product. One side of these pads is rougher, and the other side is smooth. With the rough side you have to wipe your skin, in order to remove dirt and dead cells, with the second and smoother side you pat the skin in order that it absorbs the remaining serum.  The pads provided by Skinfood here, are supposed to be robust. You can use any other robust cotton pad with two different sides, that’s at least what I did.

Here is the description taken from Keautystore:
A first serum that provides exfoliating, brightening, wrinkle-smoothing and hydrating benefits in a single formula. Use daily for soft, smooth skin.
Hoe to use:
Immediately after cleansing put a generous amount onto a cotton pad and wipe over the face.
Shake well before use.
As much as I know, black sugar is a dark brown sugar with high molasses favour. It is rich in potassium, iron, calcium and other minerals. Brown and black sugar are often used as skin exfoliator, as in the Black sugar Foam Scrub. Also here they help to remove the dead cells in the wiping step. Also, molasses contains vitamin B, which is an antioxidant that prevents and reverses signs of photo-aging of the skin. Another positive fact of this product is that it doesn’t contain benzophenone, mineral oil, silicon, acrylamide, talc, or sulfate.

This picture belongs to Skinfood
The serum itself is a clear liquid. I applied it on a cotton pad and wiped it over my skin, after using a cleanser before. Looking at the cotton pad there was still a visible amount of dirt and dead cells which were removed. Afterwards I did the pat-movement with the other side of the cotton pad until the serum was absorbed. I felt a slight remain of stickiness. Since you should continue with the rest of your skincare routine after using the serum I added a moisturizer on my face. After this step the stickiness was no problem anymore.


The skin feels clean and clear afterwards, but I didn’t see an immediate brightening effect. The sample sachet contains enough serum for 3-4 times use, but I don’t know if this is enough to observe any long term effects like brightening. Thinking about it’s anti-aging properties, I’d say that the benefits of antioxidants on preventing photo-damaging are known. Since this products contains vitamin B through the black sugar I hope that this will do its job ;)All in all, this serum is quite promising and worth a try. I’d be curious to try the full size product, especially the cotton pads provided extra for the product.

You can buy the full size product containing 120 ml at Keautystore. If you decide to buy something at Keautystore I can offer you a 5 % coupon code that they provided me. So if you plan to order at their store you can put my email address in the “referred email” box (which would make me very happy ^_^) and use coupon code listed below:

5 % coupon code: blog115 


Here is the banner and Link to their store:
(Also, if you order there, you can write reviews for the products and the samples you got and earn reward points. This is really a nice idea for review junkies. You can get 1 $ per review and additional credit for images.)
Here are a couple of shops were you can buy the serum:
Keautystore:  US$ 42.00 (shipping is not included)
W2Beauty: US$ 30.09 (free shipping option)
KollectionK: US$ 33.99 (shipping depends on country)
Mootta: US$ 21.00 (free shipping for orders from US$ 50 onwards)
Testerkorea: around US$ 21 (shipping depends on weight)
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Review: Skinfood Egg White Pore Mask

19. September 2013
Hey :)
This review is based on a sample I got from Skinfood’s Egg White Pore Mask. I’ve been always curious about that mask, since I heard a lot of people do like it.

Here is the description taken from Skinfood’s official web page:

A pore-refining cleanser with egg white extract that penetrates deeply into pores to remove pore-clogging oil.
[Egg white Story]Egg white, enriched with albumin, promotes firmer skin and smaller pores.
* To UseAfter cleansing, apply to the face except the eye and mouth area. Wash off with lukewarm water in 10 ~ 15 minutes.

I have to point out that I’ve always loved Skinfood’s packaging. They have a vintage kind of design and logo and it really looks nice to me. The sample sachet design is as you expect it to be. Simple colors, but a little drawing on the front and the logo which makes it nice on it’s own way. The full size product comes in a jar.

The amount of product in the sample sachet is sufficient for 3 times use. This is great, because you can try the mask more then once and get a better view on the effects. The product itself has a thick creamy consistency. It can be spread nicely over the face and doesn’t fall off. The scent is flowery and clean, which I prefer over citrus scents :)


After 15 minutes the mask becomes starts drying and you can wash it off. What I experienced was super soft skin. I loved touching it afterwards.*_* The skin feels cleaned and refreshed, too.
Concerning the effect on the pores, they appear to be a bit smaller or less visible after use, but the effect vanishes after some hours. As you can see I got freckles after my summer holidays :D
I didn’t experience any firming, but I don’t know if this effect is only visible after long time usage.
However, I like to repurchase this mask, simply because I loved the softening effect and it is a quick re-freshener. I also liked the scent a lot, because it was a simple and pleasant flowery scent.
You can purchase Skinfood’s Egg White Pore Mask here:
W2Beauty for US$ 15.49 (free shipping)
testerkorea for appr. US$ 8 (shipping costs depend on the weight of the product)
ebay for US$ 7-10 (shipping depends)



Review: Skinfood Gold Caviar Nutrition Mask

7. July 2013
Here is a sample of Skinfood’s Gold Caviar Nutrition Mask, which I got with my last order at W2Beauty (here). The sample contains quite some product so you can use this mask for around 3 times which is really great for trying out.

Here is the description of the product taken from Skinfood’s web page:
A total care nutrient mask that leaves the skin full of youth and vitality by managing the wrinkle, nutrient, resilience and moisturizing care through caviar and gold ingredients.

* To Use

Apply evenly onto the cheeks, chin, forehead and nose and massage in an outward motion starting from the center.
After 5~10 minutes of massaging, wipe away with tissue or rinse with lukewarm water.
The packaging of the sample sachet is very typical for Skinfood, with its vintage style colors and design. The full size product comes in a very nice jar with a golden lid. It looks really noble, as all products from the Gold Caviar Line appear to be.
The product has a heavy cream-gel texture with a gluey consistency. I didn’t like the scent of the Gold Caviar Nutrition Mask. It was a scent which reminded me of rancid oil or something similar. And since you have to massage the mask into your skin for quite a while the scent is rather obvious and annoying :/ Did anyone try this mask, too, and had the same experience with the scent?
After applying onto your skin and massage it, the sticky texture turns into oil and makes massaging really easy. This mask is indeed very nourishing. It is also very heavy in my eyes. I guess it is good for mature skin. I won’t recommend it for oily skin, but I think it will be great on people with really rough and dry spots. After washing my face with water it left the skin very soft.
Personally I won’t repurchase it, I guess my skin doesn’t need this kind of heavy nourishing skincare yet.
The full sized jar contains 90 g and costs US$ 32.72 at W2beauty. If you use my link or the sponsor code 088505 for registration at W2Beauty you’ll get a 5.00 $ voucher after registration and you can use it immediately for each purpose from US$ 30 onwards. So would pay around 28 US$ in total.


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Review: Skinfood Vita Water Drop CC Cream SPF 35 PA ++ D1

7. June 2013
Hello there ♥
My very, very first officially labelled CC cream…:D (I don’t count the color changing beads containing “BB cream” from The Body Shop ^_^” >>here<< )
Today’s review is about Skinfood’s Vita Water Drop CC Cream D1, the first CC cream by the Korean brand Skinfood. I presented it yesterday in my W2Beauty haul post (>>here<<) and I was so curious, I tried it directly :D

Probably I don’t have to tell you, that I fell in love with it’s ultra-cute packaging ♥ This CC cream is available in two designs and both are really adorable and the choice was really not easy!

 Here are Skinfood’s advertising images for the Vita Water Drop CC cream:

It’s in Korean unfortunately. But I’ll try to summarize the product claims for you:
This is a CC cream, which means it’s a “Complete Control” cream. It has 5 claims:
  1. improvement of skintone (color-control)
  2. whitening
  3. anti-wrinkle
  4. SPF 35 PA+++
  5. moisturizing
Unlike other CC creams, like the one’s from Etude House or Tonymoly, this one is not based on color changing beads, but it is tinted. I don’t like the principle of these color beads a lot. It’s based on the mechanism of blending. It means the more you blend the more color is released from the beads, which can result in too much or not enough color. Skinfood’s CC cream claims to be skin care and make-up in one product.
From the first swatch it doesn’t look much different to BB creams. It has a creamy texture which is more runny than Missha’s BB creams, for example. It blends in nicely, too, although I was afraid it might be too light for me. It adsorbs really quickly and doesn’t leave any sticky feeling at all. Moreover, the skin feels smoothed and silky! It provides a nice glow, too, but it doesn’t look greasy at all. The coverage is light. I would not recommend to use only this if you are in need of coverage. But you can add some concealer or powder..or BB cream afterwards, if you like. The scent is at the beginning very fresh and herbal, but it changes to a pleasant scent. I don’t know if you know what I mean, it’s difficult to describe, but according to my nose the scent is not the same at the beginning compared to afterwards-but it gets better :D. It is also quite strong in the beginning but gets lesser, until you don’t notice it at all. The product comes in a tube with a pump, which is very convenient. The first time you use it, you have to pump several times before the first bit of products comes out. You need 1-2 pumps of this CC cream to fully cover your face and neck.
You see, it really evens out my skin color and gives a nice glow, too! I tried the CC cream alone and also with some loose powder afterwards and I like how light this cream is and not greasy at all, although it provides SPF. It’s definitively a good choice for the summer! I can recommend it! But don’t expect high coverage, it has sheer coverage like most Asian CC creams do.
The full size contains 30 g  and costs US$ 17.48 at W2beauty. If you use my link or the sponsor code 088505 for registration at W2Beauty you’ll get a 5.00 $ voucher after registration.
EDIT: A lot of people were wondering about the difference between D1 and D2 and you don’t find much information about it online, and especially you don’t find anything on Skinfood’s global page. Since I was curious, too, I asked Alice from W2Beauty again, to confirm if both products are the same, and she told me, that both products are proclaimed to be the same by the seller and only differ in their design. It has nothing to do with your skin type, so you can just choose by your favourite design :D


Review: Skinfood Watery Berry Blending Cream

15. May 2013
Hello ♥
Another short review on Skinfood’s Watery Berry Blending Cream, based on samples of this product that I got. This interesting product consists of two components, a gel and a cream, and claims to be very moisturizing. The idea is: by mixing the two components together by yourself, you can customize the cream to your needs.
The product is described in the following text by Skinfood:
Watery Berry Blending Cream is a blendable cream that promotes soft, glowing skin with berry extracts and sodium hyaluronate.  Custom-blend the hydrating clear gel and nourishing cream core depending on your skin type and condition.
After serum/emulsion application, dispense the clear gel and cream in a 2:1 ratio on the back of your hand.  Mix well and apply to skin.  Adjust the blending ratio according to your needs.
Berries Story: Cloudberries, lingonberries, and raspberries from Lapland, a region famous for its Santa Claus Village, provide superior antioxidant properties.
Sodium hyaluronate Story: Sodium hyaluronate holds up to 30 times its volume in water, transforming dry skin into a soft, glowing texture.
I wish I could translate the description for you. Especially the part where they compare this cream to the royal honey cream. If anyone is able to translate I’ll be happy if he mails me or comments :D
The sample looks like this: it is made from two sachets, each containing one of the components. One sample contains enough for about two applications. Although I must admit that it is really difficult to get a 2:1 ratio by pushing out the sample from the sachet. The jar might be easier to handle…:D
 You can accustom this cream to your need, depending on your skin type. If you have dry skin, you mix more of the cream core, the so called “nutrition core” and if you have oily skin you mix more of the gel or “transparent cream”. I like the idea of customizing your cream by yourself. ♥
The cream feels nice on the skin. Because of the gel-like part it is really bendable and nice in its feeling on the skin. It needs some time to absorb, but afterwards it is possible to apply BB cream or similar above without flaking or caking. It is usable at night, too…At least it worked for me, hehe. It is a nice moisturizer and makes your skin feel supple, too. If anybody with oily skin has tried out Skinfood’s Watery Berry Blending Cream, I’d like to know if it worked out for them, too. Btw, the cream has a nice sweet and fruity smell, but it doesn’t linger too long, nor does it become unpleasant.
The full sized product comes in a jar, I don’t know if they provide a spatula, but according to the advertising picture it should have one. The jar contains 50 g of product and costs on W2beauty for US$ 25.60. If you use my link or the sponsor code 088505 for registration at W2Beauty you’ll get a 5.00 $ voucher after registration.
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Review: Skinfood Royal Honey Eye Cream

14. May 2013
Hey ♥
I had a sample for Skinfood’s Royal Honey Eye Cream and I’ll give a short review for it here. It’s part of Skinfood’s Royal Honey line, which seems quite popular. The packaging of this line is very nice, too. All products have a yellow color with brown stripes somewhere, referring to bees :D
The description on Skinfood’s official web page says:
Details: A treatment eye cream with royal black honey and royal jelly extracts that moisturizes and adds a nice honey glow to delicate skin around the eyes.  
Royal Black Honey: Royal Black Honey is natural raw black honey from South Asian forests, one of the UNESCO World Heritage sites. Royal Black Honey enriches with a myriad of nutrients that are amazingly good for the skin.
* To Use After toner application, apply around the eyes with gentle strokes. 
The packaging of the sample is really cute, as well. It’s shaped like a honeypot and has a bee swirling around it. :D
The cream itself is a rich creme. It seems richer than Skinfood’s Salmon Brightening Eye Cream (review >>here<<) and its consistency is thicker. I didn’t have the feeling that the cream emulsifies on the eye once you start blending it in. It needs longer to absorb into the skin than the Salmon Brightening Eye Cream, too. Nevertheless it moisturizes really good. Due to the rich, creamy consistency it doesn’t feel as light as the Salmon Brightening Eye Cream. I didn’t see any effect on dark circles though. The cream has a pleasant honey-like skin, which is not to intense
All in all, I would say that Skinfood’s Royal Honey Eye Cream is a good moisturizing Eye cream which nourishes the skin under your eyes really good. But for use during daytime I’d prefer the Salmon Brightening Eye Cream, which also performs better with dark circles.
You can buy the full size product containing 30 ml in a tube at W2beauty for US$ 22.60. The Salmon Brightening Eye Cream (30 g) costs US$ 23.60. If you use my link or the sponsor code 088505 for registration at W2Beauty you’ll get a 5.00 $ voucher after registration.
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