Sunday, December 17, 2017

My Thoughts on LipHop Facial Sheet Mask now in PH

It's almost Christmas day, and we just had our Christmas party for the department two days ago. What did I get from my manito? Well, I got my wish - face masks and eye masks which I'm very thrilled to try this weekend, and I'm letting you know my thoughts about them.

Here are the specific Liphop face masks that I got: Liphop Black Cheers a.) bean hydrating facial mask, b.) black acai berry soothing and relaxing facial mask, c.) black raspberry brightening facial mask and the d.) rice nourishing facial mask. I was also given a Bye Bye Dull eyes Aloe Vera Smoothing Eye mask and Bye Bye Dehydrated Eyes Avocado Perfecting eye mask.


Now, my thoughts. I'm not really a big fan of sheet masks because first, you can only use them once and second, it's not really that cheap. However, I tried using Jeju face mask before, and I fell in love with the instant effect it made on my face, so I was curious to try this one out.

Liphop is not so different with Jeju mask, but what I noticed is that it's not as wet as the latter and is not that cold when it touches your skin (which I like). It's not also sticky. When I took it off, I just left the essence on for the rest of the day, and I seriously didn't feel the need to wash my face.

Yes, this is definitely hydrating, but if you're a cheapskate like me, I'd go for Jeju mask. Watsons' sheet mask is also pricey. I highly recommend their gel masks though because I used to hoard those.

By the way, you can only purchase Liphop and Jeju masks at Rose Pharmacy. Prices range from Php 49 to Php 79.00, but they are P10.00 off at the time of this writing.

You might want to try this out for yourself, maybe just use this once a week, when your skin feels so dry and tired. For those asking if oily skin needs hydration and moisturizing, I swear you need it. I was so pimply before, and moisturizing really made a difference on my skin.

So I think, that ends it. I'll write about the eye masks soon.

Comment your experience or questions below if you have any. Teehee.

Sunday, November 19, 2017

My 4-Step Skin Care Routine

It's been awhile since my last post. I miss updating this page!
Anyway, my blog will be going to a different direction starting this month because I've always been into trying new skincare products, and I want to share about my experiences trying them out here. But yes, i'm keeping my blog name.


You see, in high school, I was very pimply. I get these red bumps all over my cheeks and forehead. It's frustrating, I swear. I remember I hated going to school because of them, and that's why I ended up trying different products and remedies on my face. But here's what worked out for me.

1. So every night, before going to bed, no matter how sleepy I am, I always clean my face with water + facial foam or a gentle facial wipes. Yes, cleansing is essential to keeping acne out of your life.

2. I use Eskinol deep cleanser. I have two variants that I use alternately - one to fight pimples and the other one to lighten my existing acne scars.

3. Apple cider and water mixture. I learned this from Pinterest and other forums. I told you, I try everything from turmeric mask to egg white mask to this. This mixture actually serves as a toner. I use this immediately after using Eskinol. You make this by mixing 2 teaspoon of apple cider (preferably unfiltered) and 2 parts water.

4. Listerine! I still get pimples once in a while, so I just wet a cotton tip with Listerine (any variant) and dab it on the bump. I let it stay there overnight. When I wake up, the pimple is barely there. Works like magic. 

5. Celeteque Moisturizer. My friends and I love this moisturizer. This is the cheapest moisturizer you can find (i believe), but it's definitely the best for me. It's water-based so it's not sticky. I have oily skin so I was hesitant at first to try out moisturizers but actually, they're very important to any skin type.

Well, that's all. You might want to try this out for yourself, and don't forget to comment below how it goes. Teehee!

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