I started getting into Korean skincare when Rui introduced me to The Face Shop awhile ago, and I’ve been loving it ever since. I hate to repeat what everyone else says, but having good skin is so much more fulfilling than having a good foundation. With good skin, you don’t even need to wear face makeup at all.
While at the VIB Rouge event I went to recently, I picked up Too Cool for School’s Egg Mousse Soap and Laneige’s Multiberry Yogurt Peeling Gel and Repairing Mask at Sephora. I didn’t do any research ahead of time – I just saw them and wanted to try them out.
The Egg Mousse Soap comes with a pump, which I’m not a total fan of. The soap squeezes out of the can and applies just like shaving cream – which, to be honest, feels pretty weird. The label says to squeeze out an “egg-sized” amount, but I find that that’s definitely way too much; I use a golf ball-sized amount and that seems to work pretty well for me. I use this product every night (or in the morning if I’m too lazy to do it the night before), and it makes my face feel so fresh and so clean.
In Hong Kong, Rui introduced me to the brand Laneige, but I didn’t purchase anything because everything was super expensive and I obviously didn’t carry that much cash on-hand. I bought the Multiberry Yogurt Peeling Gel and Repairing Mask together, because I felt like I couldn’t buy one without the other. Let me just start by saying that the smell of these is amazing – which is a huge part of the reason why I purchased them. I use these together once a week (as recommended on the label), and they make my skin feel unbelievably soft and smooth and silky.
I definitely recommend trying out the Multiberry Yogurt Repairing Mask – Sephora even has a sample of it as a Beauty Insider reward. I like all of these products, but I’ll probably only end up repurchasing the repairing mask. If you have any recommendations for skincare products, I’d love to know!