Also known for its lightweight make-up, its silky-smooth eyeshadow and the BB Cushion BB cream ($59) are must-buys. Prices start from $22 for a lip balm to $95 for a bottle of anti-ageing essence. Prices start from $2.90 for a sheet mask to $99 for a jar of cream. It is the first on the market to come up with formulas that promise to "cool" the skin from within with herbs and ginseng for clearer-looking skin. Best known for its trendy and waterproof eye and lip make-up products, the 11-year-old brand has been fronted by some of K-pop's top stars, such as Lee Hyori and Sandara Park of girl group 2 NE 1. The fun and colourful make-up and skincare brand, launched in 2009, is known for its cute packaging. Prices start from $1 for a mask sheet to $80 for a make-up set. The brand is known for its ever-changing range of new products. Prices start from 90 cents for a nose patch to $58 for a set of its best-selling skincare and make-up products. The brand's proposition is affordable skincare made from food that is good for the skin, hence its name.
Yet, the Philippines has been a unique and interesting market for Laneige, a prestige Korean beauty brand best known for skincare. In most of Laneige’s markets including the United States, France, China, South Korea and the rest of Asia, its skincare line that touts well-hydrated skin has consistently been the top draw, with makeup only a secondary offering. The Koreans find that curious and interesting,” Yu says. “But I think we’re learning.” The brand is on its second year in the Philippines. Their Korean counterparts suggested the Yus go for a prestige brand, which fits better with their high-end business profile—ergo, Laneige. The range has grown to include makeup and men’s skincare. By the 1980s, the company had grown so big and over-diversified. By this time, the company had been renamed Amore Pacific. Amore Pacific is banking on this fascination in its bid for the global market. The state-of-the-art facility opened only in September, and has 350 researchers, 14 percent of whom are Ph. While the major target of Laneige are women in their 20s and 30s, it has found a following in older women, even in the Philippines, according to Yu.
Welcome to our comprehensive list of Skin Care brands, split into four categories. First, we list consumer brands. Third, we list clinical and performance skin care brands. And finally we list organic and natural brands. This section is not a comparison of skin care brands and we have merely listed the brands alphabetically within their respective categories. Consumer Skin Care Brands.
The face shop is known for their face pack, and their product have just the amount of oil and not dry. These days they are putting work more on natural resources into the product. Sulwhasoo only use medicine herbs as their product basic indegreements, not only is it natural it is healthy for your skin and body. I believe this is good for the elderly or sensitive skin. Their best product are anti-wrinkle products, Sulwhasoo product maybe the best of all. However sometime the herb smell may induce buys to evade, and their price is high. Hera is a more of expensive brand and loved for product that have high covering ability. If you have used their poundation you can see comparing other brand products Hera's uses less powder to lighten your skin tone. The Skin Food. Skin Food Moto is "Do not apply, yeild to your skin" just like that their product indegriments is all vegetable and fruit. Their basic products like lotion, skin, BB cream, etc. Skin Food needs to work on making more of these products and strengthen their colors. I believe this brand products are good for who don't like heavy make up and just need slighest amount of color. However their color and cost is a strong point they are 5th popular product!
Picture 1/6. Picture 2/6. Picture 3/6. Picture 4/6. The brand particularly uses plant-based ingredients in their products and is a strong advocate for naturally-sourced ingredients. Picture 5/6. Innisfree is lauded as one of the first Korean brands to place natural ingredients at the forefront of their products. Picture 6/6.
Whether they’re born beautiful, or whether it is their beauty regime, we all cherish and idolize the radiant, acne-free, and flawless skin that Korean women possess. But what is the secret of their beautiful skin and can we get a flawless skin like them too? The main difference between the Korean skin care and the other skin care regimes is that Koreans are taught to take care of their skin right from childhood. They consider skin care as the ultimate investment and spend considerable time in taking care of it. A good skin care regime reduces the chances of unwanted blemishes and other skin problems and makes your skin radiant . Cleansing and exfoliating help remove the impurities from the skin and unclog the pores for a smooth and refreshed skin. Toning sets the skin after cleansing and exfoliating so that the skin absorbs the moisturizer well. They replenish and nourish the skin, and simultaneously, shrink the size of pores. This is what toners actually do – refresh the skin and set it for the next skin care regime. It helps to brighten the skin and preserve its elasticity.
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From the main differences between Asian and American skin products, to their predictions on the “next big thing” from Asia to take the U. When asked about the main difference between Asian and American beauty products, Yoon and Kim both referred to the influence of the consumer. Kim says that Korean women are very demanding about the products they use on their skin, mainly because they’re more well-versed about skincare than the average American women. “What’s interesting is that—like in any eco-system—you’re only going to be as good as your consumers are demanding, and Korean consumers are the most demanding globally,” Yoon says. She mentions that a lot of outside brands will use Korea as a testing ground for new products: “If you can meet the Korean “bar,” your product can succeed anywhere else in the world.” In other words, since Asian consumers demand and expect more, their products often deliver more. Another big difference between Western beauty products and their Korean and Japanese counterparts are the ingredients. She explains how Korean women will immediately notice if a certain product is filled with cheap ingredients or harsh chemicals, and that they tend to favor more natural ingredients—one reason why botanical-based products are so popular in Asia. “It’s not an obsession with looking young—it’s more the belief that if you respect your skin, it will respect you back and reward you with a beautiful complexion for a long time.” Though they run the full price spectrum, she says that the value you see in Korean products are usually better than with other countries. “Because of the way consumers look for things, brands can’t get away with using cheaper ingredients and hiking up the prices,” she says. Since Yoon and Kim are constantly traveling to Asia to learn about new products and innovations, we asked them to share what they think the next “big thing” in beauty will be to hit the U. Plus, keep clicking the slideshow above for the groundbreaking Korean and Japanese products you NEED to know about!
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Wonwoo Choi at Wells Dermatology and Medical Spa in Gangnam, Seoul, when I was in Korea for the summer. Choi is one of the most coveted medical dermatologists in Seoul and his specialties are in acne scar remodeling, laser treatments for hyperpigmentation, and non-surgical face lifting. But after one consultation (followed by two months of relatively rigorous treatment), I learned that ridding yourself of acne without destroying your skin in the process takes work—serious work. Gently massage face with a serum that hydrates and nourishes the skin. A chilled calming mask is used to soothe the irritated skin. The coolness of the mask helps to calm irritated skin. A mask pack is used to tighten the pores and further calm the skin. The whole process is wrapped up with a Korean skincare routine . Choi is an artist, in addition to a really good dermatologist, several weeks of facials were followed with brightening laser treatments and UV treatments that serve to rid the skin of any acne scarring. These lasers can be used to remove hyperpigmentation as well, and it is the most popular treatment in Korea. Immediately after these laser treatments, a similar process as the one above is used to nourish the skin. The difference lies in the vitamin C—they have brightening and cell-regenerating benefits, but is not easily absorbed by the skin through simple serums or creams. When trying any sort of peel at home, especially if it’s meant to address stubborn acne, make sure you have a follow-up regimen that will help your skin get all the nutrients it needs. But knowing how to handle it is the first step in actually caring for your skin.
I asked Alice all kinds of questions about what’s trending in Korea, what her personal must-have products are, and what trends are on the way out. For the story – one day, I went to a cosmetic shop to buy the foundation again and the shop assistant asked me which skincare products I use. – Leaders AC Stop Foam Cleansing for the days I have some troubles on my skin. – The Face Shop’, Innisfree, Etude House mask pack series. I love Laneige’s skincare products, especially the Water Bank line. Innisfree recently launched a new line of skincare products: The Balhyo line. And Laneige’s eyeshadow are always amazing, and top of the list. This is a kind of history of Korean Skincare Trends and the hit items: As of now, I can see that the Syn-ake products are not so popular and the honey line is not that special, so it’s declining. For the other trends, I still see people using and buying them. For the moment, I have no other project than improving the shop and offering better services and experiences to my customers. I still have so many brands to put into the shop (and that’s so much work and especially time consuming ^.^) . I now order from this shop regularly, and the service has been great. All products are fresh from the manufacturer, and there are plenty of samples included.
And there’s more—while research on fermented ingredients in skincare products is just starting, there are already studies that show the efficacy and potency of products are increased when they’re fermented, because ingredients are “broken down” into smaller, more easily absorbed molecules, Chang and Lee say. The Ingredients. Chang and Lee say that as of now, some of the most popular ingredients in Korea include fermented botanicals, like chrysanthemum, dandelion and aloe—the first two have antioxidant properties, while aloe is known as an instant skin soother. Grains, like rice, and proteins, like soy (the fermented version of which is called natto). As for what types of skincare products fermented ingredients are most commonly found in, Lee says they’re used in pretty much everything—from toners to essences, serums, and creams. If you do purchase a product with fermented ingredients, Chang and Lee say to expect the shelf life to be about six to 12 months opened, or 24 to 36 months unopened. Korean women are smart, savvy, and know their skincare stuff—which might explain why they latched onto the fermented ingredient trend so quickly. “Fermented foods are such a healthy staple in the Korean diet (kimchi is just a start!), so it was readily embraced for topical skincare as well,” Chang says. “The fermented skincare trend is thriving because it’s based on things that have historically worked.” And as for the trend carrying over to the U. “Fermented skincare is going to appeal to a new lineup of consumers in the U. Who are little more adventurous,” she says, citing the appeal in the natural ingredients, as well as skin compatibility. “Anecdotally, fermented skincare products are much more compatible for all skin types because of the way they’re formulated,” she says. Keep scrolling for some of Yoon, Chang and Lee’s fermented skincare picks!
By Shirleen on April 2, 2015 in Japan, Korea & Taiwan with No comments Tweet. By Shirleen on March 4, 2015 in Japan, Korea & Taiwan with No comments Tweet. These DIY beauty devices are compact and easy to use, even on the go. By Shirleen on April 25, 2014 in Japan, Korea & Taiwan with No comments Tweet. Recently, White Formula, the No.1 Moisturizing Toner in Taiwan that are enriched with Hyaluronic Acid, has introduced 2 new toners in Singapore – Super Moist Toner and Super Moist Light Toner. By Shirleen on March 27, 2013 in beauty blog , Japan, Korea & Taiwan with 8 Comments Tweet. These are the testers and what a brilliant idea for the consumers to “try out” the lashes! That is why I’m really excited to try out this new whitening lotion as to see if it’s able to boost hydration and brighten up my skin at the same time. Hada Labo Arbutin Whitening Lotion, so well loved by Japanese women that it was the ‘Number 1″ in sales for whitening products in Japan. By Shirleen on August 29, 2012 in beauty blog , Japan, Korea & Taiwan , skincare product 101 with 23 Comments Tweet. ALBION, founded in 1956, is one of the largest and most prestige cosmetics Japanese brands in Japan.
The herbal medicines also give antioxidant action and prevent discoloration for your skin. Variety of stimulants and stress from the external environment tire your precious skin gradually. Ginkgo leaf ingredients protect skin from external stimulants so that they are clean and resilient. Now you can start your skin cleansing as well as basic make-up with the Charmzone Ginkgo Natural Skin Care cosmetic line. Keep skin healthy and resilient: Ginkgo leaf ingredients in this skin care cosmetics protect skin from a variety of stimulants and restore skin so that is healthy and resilient. Charmzone Ginkgo Natural Skin Toner. Contains ginkgo leaf extracts: Ginkgo leaf ingredients in this refreshing toner helps renew the skin healthy and vital. Ginkgo leaf ingredients relax your skin. Makes the skin clean and transparent. • Ginkgo leaf extract: Leaves your skin healthier and more supple. • The delicate and plentiful foam: Cleans impurities from your pores and exfoliates the outer layers of your skin. • Contains natural ginkgo leaf ingredients: Protects your skin against stress while leaving it feeling healthy and refreshed.
I wrote it mainly about the Korean cosmetics and skincare I loved when I lived in Korea and was still using after returning to Canada. Now it’s been a while and I still use a lot of Korean cosmetics and skincare – in fact, almost all of my daily use stuff except my eye shadow is Korean. Funnily enough, I use many of the products on my original list still. Peppermint Pore Diet Mask Peel Off – Love this in the summer as it has a cooling effect but don’t use it much in the winter and it’s been a cold winter this year. *Oil Control Film – I find them less necessary in Canada (it’s less humid here) but still use them in the summer. *TFS Plus +1 Lip Care Cream Shea Butter – I still regularly use it but it just missed the cut from this year’s list. The new packs have 25 patches in 3 sizes (the old version had 10 patches in 2 sizes) but they are still the best product for anyone with occasional blemish breakouts. I use the toner and lotion in the morning and the toner and cream in the evening – both after washing my face, of course. They are new for me but I still use my old favorites in the summer, the Arsainte Eco-Therapy Extreme Moisture Daily Moisturizer and Tonic. I love face sheet masks and this is one of my favs. I use it weekly to keep my skin soft in the winter and bi-weekly in the summer to keep my skin soft and free of blemishes. It looks intimidatingly bright but if you use a light hand it’s the most natural blush I’ve ever tried. And just to prove that I do shop for other brands than The Face Shop and Skin Food, my favourite eyeliner is from Holika Holika. The products with an asterisk in front of the name are available at the online Korean cosmetic and skincare shop, Momomango.com .
There are a ton of whitening products in the Korean and Japanese skincare markets, and many of the multi-functioning products tout whitening properties as one of the major attributes. The nice thing about this layering technique is that you are not obligated to use Asian skincare products to do it. There are a lot of online shops as well as Amazon and Ebay sellers that carry Korean & Japanese skincare products. This is a list of online stores and sellers that I know carry authentic products from Korean and Japanese skincare brands. Wishtrend – Wishtrend is one of the first online Korean Beauty retailers to pop up on the scene, and they carry a large array of products from brands that are sometimes hard to find in other places. The selection is HUGE, products are authentic, and the prices are very, very low. They have a huge selection of Chinese, Japanese, and Korean skincare products. I Am Love Shop – Huge selection of Korean skincare products from most of the major brands, such as Etude House, Lioele, Missha, OST, Aritaum, Innisfree, Ciracle, and many others. Cosmetic Love on Amazon – This shop has a great variety of Korean cosmetics and skincare products, and the prices are very good. The Beauty Wolf – This is a newcomer to the beauty blogging scene covering a lot of Korean makeup and skincare products, as well as a few Western products.
The average Korean woman has easily more than ten products in her daily skin-care routine, and the country's philosophy of good skin dates back to the Dongui Bogam, a Korean medical text from the 1600s. Green tea: This natural wonder has long been touted for its countless health and beauty benefits, and now Korean brand Amore Pacific has perfected the science behind cultivating and extracting the most powerful benefits of EGCG, an antioxidant only found in green tea. All of the EGCG comes from green tea grown in fields on the Korean island of Jeju, which has the optimal climate for the most potent tea leaves. Ginseng: Used in traditional Eastern medicine, ginseng has many health and beauty benefits and is only found naturally in a few places in the world; Korea's ginseng is prized the most. Airless pumps: Another skin-care innovation that has taken the Korean market by storm is airless dispensing pumps. What makes this sort of packaging so special is that it keeps the product from being contaminated and oxidized.
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Top 10 Korean Cosmetic Brands. Here is top ten Korean cosmetic brands ranked by popularity. Charmzone is the first Korean cosmetic brand introduced into Japan, which has very strict requirements on the products quality. In Korea, this brand is praised as the best korean makeup for women. VOV has been recognized as one of the top 3 Korean cosmetic brands which focuses on the color makeup. A very popular Korean cosmetic brand owned by Amore Pacific Corp. LANEIGE is reported to take the largest market share in Korean women’s cosmetic market. Another one of the the top 3 Korean cosmetic brands. THE FACE SHOP is the largest cosmetic company in Korea in terms of overall sales volume. A popular Korean cosmetic brand which focuses on the color makeup. A very famous Korean cosmetic brand featuring high-end skincare, color makeup and more products. MISSHA is very popular among the young fashion people.
The Do’s & Don’ts of Korean Skincare. As you’ve probably heard, Korean skincare is the hot new trend on every beauty enthusiasts’ stained lips these days. If your Bikram Yoga class isn’t giving you that highly coveted “inner glow”, this is the skincare regimen to try. Put simply, Korean skincare is a very different industry from what is sold and marketed here in the United States, particularly given the difference in price point. Korean women (and men!) have a dedicated routine that is motivated by prevention. Koreans stay out of the sun, yet still religiously apply sunscreen, and aim to have skin so perfect that limited makeup is even needed. As Charlotte explained, “it’s a misconception that women need to devote endless time to a Korean skincare routine and follow a tedious 10 or 12 step process. Despite this claim, Charlotte points out that “many Korean skincare products include chemicals that are naturally found in your own body.” Yes, you read that correctly — certain chemicals are good for you. Here are 5 key Korean skincare products that you should consider working into your skincare routine, ASAP: Korean toner doesn’t contain alcohol, and the ultimate goal is to soothe and soften skin. The best advertisement for these products are the complexions of those who follow a Korean skincare routine. And if you’re into that healthy, dewy skin thing (ummm, and who isn’t?), give the Korean regimen a whirl. Let us know your favorite Korean beauty products in the comment section below.
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Top Korean Skin Care Products. When it comes to skin care products, Korean skin care products are amongst the best. We’ll take a look at some of the best Korean skin care products on the market and how they can benefit you. SK II, though it is not made in Korea, is one of the most popular Korean skin care products to line the shelves. SK II is a line of skin care products that have proven effective and that really work – which is why these products also have a rather high price tag. This product features the Gingko leaf, an ingredient that will help protect your skin from pollutants and toxins. The leaf is also loaded with natural moisturizing ingredients that will help prevent your skin from drying out and having that shiny, oily look. If you try out any of Gingko’s products, you will notice that they all have the Gingko leaf and other vegetable-based ingredients.
Did your favourite Korean skincare products made it into the top 5? On the other hand - Lifting mask packs, hydration mask packs, overnight sleeping packs have gained an enormous popularity both in the korean and asian skincare market in 2010. In fact, BB Creams and Mask Packs came in overall in Number 1 and Number 2 for the best selling skincare items of 2010, trailed by Essences/Serums and Creams in No.3 and 4. However, this trend is only observable in the Asian skincare market. In 2010, the Korean skincare market has also seen the increase in numbers of Soothing gels, boosters ( which never really took off in terms of popularity in the Asian skincare market ). Makeup eyeliner and mascara has also proved to be hit items this year and has been incorporated into the mainstream cosmetics market because of it’s strong sales. 2010 also saw the introduction and increasing popularity of BB Cream Powder Pacts, and the trend is expected to increase in 2011. The increase of ‘ECOCERT-certified’ products have also been a highlight in the new wave of organic products. Without further ado, the list of the top 5 best selling items of various korean skincare brands of 2010 :
5 Amazing Korean Skin Care Brands That K-Pop Idols Recommend. Here’s our list of “5 Amazing Korean Skin Care Brands That K-Pop Idols Recommend”! Created in March 2009, Nature Republic is a cosmetics brand that utilizes natural ingredients for their products. The brand’s philosophy is “A Sense of the Beginning.” Rain became the first idol to endorse the brand, and more recently groups such as Girls’ Generation and EXO have joined in to promote Nature Republic! The Face Shop is a South Korean skin-case and cosmetics manufacturer, retailer and a franchise business. It is a subsidiary of LG Corperation, and it’s products include body, bath, skin care and make-up aimed at both women and men. Their popular products include the Super Volcanic Pore Clay Mask, Olive Real Cleansing Foam, and the Wine Peeling Jelly Softener. They specialize in daily make-up products such as BB cream, but they also have a wide variety of skin care products as well. SHINee and f(x)’s Krystal and Sulli recently became models for Etude House. The Owner of Skin Food has been involved in the skin-care business since 1957.
The Koreans are famous for their wide range of skin care and beauty products. So, let’s have a look at the top 10 Korean skin care products: [ Read: Skin care ] It moisturizes the skin, improves its texture and composition. Thus, it helps in giving you a clear and glowing skin. It helps to rebalance the skin. It refreshes the skin. This is one of the oldest South Korean brand skin care products. It helps repair parched and dry skin. It moisturizes and hydrates the skin. So, try these popular Korean skin care products for a glowing and clear skin.
The Best Natural Skin Care Brands. List Criteria: Must be natural or organic skin care products. The top natural skin care brands make beauty products like lotion, bronzer, anti-aging cream and sunscreen ranging from the most expensive, exclusive natural skin care brands to the more affordable natural skin care brands. Like all things, sometimes just because something is more expensive does not mean that the quality is better, and some of the best natural skin care brands are not the most expensive natural skin care brands. We've all made regretful natural skin care purchases, but with this user ranked list of natural skin care brands, should you run into a dud, you can vote down the natural skin care products that aren’t worth the money and time so other natural skin care users don’t run into the same natural skin care problems. If you don’t see your favorite natural skin care brand or the brand you consider to be the best natural skin care brand, make sure to add it to the list so other natural skin care users can discover your favorite natural skin care brands.
While it might come as a surprise to some people, the fact of the matter is that Korean Skin Care Brands have proven their commitment to quality already. No wonder, an increasingly large number of consumers from the West are now hooked on to top Korean Skin Care Brands including Caviar and Missha among others. A large number of consumers now attribute their clear and flawless skin to Korean skincare products. While you too may want to be all groomed up, head to toe, by choosing the top Korean skin care brands, it’s important not to forget the fundamental secrets of Korean skincare. Here’s a compilation of useful skincare secrets that you can use in combination of a fine blend of different skin care products from Korea: Use a combination of the branded Korean skin care products – Korean women, who use more than a dozen skin care products (for everything from whitening and healing to quick makeup) should be your inspiration. Make it a point to procure only the best skin care products. As long as you stick to the best skin care Korean brands, choosing the right sunscreen product shouldn’t be hard. For a typical skin care product, you can follow the standard ‘Cleansing, toning and finally, moisturizing’ cycle. Use masks, sheets or face packs – While some products (Korean BB creams, for example) have been derived from other countries and refined to make them perfect for a Korean skin care regime, many other skincare solutions in South Korea have been tried and tested for centuries. At MTS Rollers , we help you procure products from the best Korean skin care brands at an affordable price.
All Laneige products are made with ” designer water”, designed to keep the skin hydrated inside and out. Rather than having to rely on makeup for a pretty face, we’d much rather natural beauty that exudes from radiant, healthy and glowing skin. It was in Elle’s Beauty IT List and Women’s Weekly Best Beauty Buys 2011 – the Water Sleeping Pack_Ex is known for its hydrating, brightening and relaxing effects to all skin types. Long-lasting moisture essence for smooth and clear skin texture. Its functional cosmetic includes whitening and anti-wrinkle and is suitable for all skin types. Sulwhasoo believes that beautiful skin is only possible when true Sangseng (balance between Ying and Yang) is achieved in the body. Unique to Sulwhasoo, the skincare brand approaches every symptom of skin trouble by identifying its root cause and uses only natural ingredients to nourish the skin. Formulated with the roots, berries, and water of rare five-year-old Korean ginseng, this Concentrated Ginseng Cream stimulates cell regeneration to revitalize and ultimately restore youthful looking skin. A cleansing oil that gently removes makeup residue and impurities from the skin. It also contains White Birch which promotes the skin’s natural circulation and turnover cycle to restore healthy glow to the skin and is perfect for dullness, uneven skin tones. This antioxidant-moisturizing serum creates a dewy and clear complexion as the seed ingredients harvested from the eco-friendly green gardens in Jeju island intensively hold onto skin moisture and the natural hydrating betaine ingredients promote moisture synthesis within skin layers. This moisturizing fluid is known for its calming effects and it rapidly restores the collapsed moisture balance of your skin.
Of foreign tourists, Chinese and Japanese shell out for Korean beauty products the most. The men’s essence is massively popular with the Korean gents, and can be used in place of toner. ₩120,000 (US$109) for 45ml, available at most department stores and duty free stores; www.ohui.co.kr. All traces of even the most stubborn of waterproof mascaras are obliterated, and you don't have to deal with the dripping of oil cleansing products. Great for use in the shower. One of the best-selling products at duty-free stores, this wash-off face mask uses naturally fermented ingredients including the acai berry for deep cleansing, brightening and soothing. ₩50,000 (US$46) for 100ml; available at most department stores and duty free stores; www.su-m37.co.kr. Korea has the largest mens cosmetics market in the world, and most Korean cosmetic brands have an accompanying mens line. ₩35,000 (US$32) for five sheets; available at most department stores and duty free stores; www.hera.co.kr. The bright white and pink top layer of the 02 Breeze Illumi Styler, new for spring, is great to use as base shadows.
Samantha Yeung Location : Skin types : Age : Location : Date. Fatma Alyousifi Location : Skin types : Age : Location : Date. 5/5 Ive been really loving this serum it really calms my breakouts and fades acne scars but sometimes a get little bumps idk because of the serum or not i use it nearly over my whole face. Lisa Nguyen Location : Skin types : Age : Location : Date. 5/5 I've been using it for 3 days and it's been great so far. I can see my scars fading a little bit and it reduces swelling of acne really well. Alison Chan Location : Skin types : Age : Location : Date. 5/5 I noticed fast results with this serum for clearing new acne scars. Most acne treatments have a strong smell and dries out my skin but this is not the case for this serum! It has a very light tee tea oil scent and the consistency of the serum is not drying at all! Location : Skin types : Age : Location : Date.