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So here we are at day three of my Sheet Mask Marathon. You can check out the intro post here for more information if you need it. After that, check out:
Day 1 (featuring Etude House Tea Tree Oil)
and Day 2 (featuring Nature Republic Snail Solution).
Today is all about the charcoal! I found myself having a breakout one week along with dryness. So I reached for my Mediheal WHP (white hydrating power) Charcoal-Mineral sheet mask. Mediheal (from my research… if I’m wrong, please correct me) is a sister brand to Leader’s. Both of these brands are popular in Korea and many k-beauty enthusiasts love their sheet masks.
Konjac sponges have had my attention for awhile now. They look like pumice stones, feel like sponges, and exfoliate like a dream. But with so many kinds, brands, and places to buy, I was intimidated. I mean, I didn’t even know if I’d like it!
So today, I’ll be reviewing this little sponge from The Face Shop. It’s the Charcoal & Konjac Cleansing Puff.
*Edit to the results has been added below!
Happy Thursday, everyone! We’ve almost made it to the weekend!
I told you that the reviews would be back! I wanted to review a new product I sampled this past week. It’s the Blackhead Out Nose Patch from Dewy Tree. I don’t normally do nose patches, but this was a sample that I received with another order and I was interested to give it a try.
Since I have a love for Korean products, my life wouldn’t be complete without sheet masks. Yes, many people cite BB creams as their gateway
drug product from South Korea, but for me, it’s sheet masks. I can’t even remember where or when I discovered them, but once I checked Ebay and found the glorious selection, I was hooked. These Lebelage masks are on the cheaper, not-as-great end of sheet masks, but they are awesome just the same. Let me show you: