When it comes to skin care, I tend to spend more than what I’d normally spend on makeup. And I love Korean skin care products, more so when they’re super affordable. So it’s no secret that I often visit Etude House at Abreeza Mall because the store always carry something that catches my fancy.
A few weeks ago, I treated myself to number of Etude House skin care items:
- Moistfull Massage Mask, P398
- Happy Tea Time Cleansing Foam, P148
- Moistfull Collagen Mask Sheet, P98
- Essence Mask Collagen, P58
- Essence Mask Vitamin C, P58
- I Need You, Green Tea Mask Sheet, P58
- I Need You Aloe Mask Sheet, P58
- Happy Tea Time Cleansing Cream (Lemon Tea), P198
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There was a time when I wasn’t so concerned about my skin care regimen. I would buy a skin care product just because I saw it being advertised on TV, without care if its the right product for my skin type. And when it comes to purchasing facial washes and cleansers, I bought those that promise to have serious exfoliating and whitening properties. I never understood why people would buy mild facial cleansers. I would hoard on strong cleansers and papaya soaps and use them religiously thinking both are more suitable for my oily, acne-prone skin.
The use of products with harsh ingredients really took its toll on my skin. I broke out a lot and now have premature lines and wrinkles. So sometime last year, I finally decided to made significant changes to my skincare routine by using mild cleansers and facial washes. And true enough, I no longer get those nasty zits as often as I used to.
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