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Danne

@cherryprintgirl

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Philippines

Main concern: Pitted scars and PIH

About Me

General Information

  • Ethnicity: South Asian, Pacific Islander
  • Skin Tone: Medium
  • Skin Type: Combination
  • Hair Thickness: Medium
  • Hair Type: Straight
  • Hair Color: Black

Personal Information:

  • Beauty Interest: Skincare devotee
  • Age Range: 18-24
  • Location: Philippines
  • Ingredient Preference: Anti-oxidants, Hyaluronic Acid, Peptides, Salicylic Acid, Vitamin C, Mineral, Benzoyl Peroxide, Tree Oil, Aloe
  • Are you a mommy to be?: No

Thin and sturdy material. Amount of essence is just right and not drippy. You can't see it on the picture but it has faint wrinkle lines printed on the forehead, like how pugs look like. It disappears through heat, so as time goes by it lessens until it's gone. Anti-wrinkles! It'll be cool if you actually see it though. It's barely noticeable. Performance wise, it's quite nice. It has a slight brightening effect (niacinamide) and slight plumping effect (collagen) that helped tone down the appearance of my CCs. I didn't really expect it to do much since it's an anti-ageing mask, but I'm quite satisfied with the effect.
Would definitely repurchase!

(64% snail secretion, niacinamide, bee venom). I was so excited for this product, since it's HG for a lot of people. I have also used the mask from this line and was very impressed. It's very disappointing. First of all, I immediately noticed it's super heavy and felt really greasy. It also gave the opposite of a brightening effect, it made my skin look dark, probably because of the greasiness. The next day my face was very oily, and I had tons of CCs. I stubbornly kept using it for two more days, and it just resulted to more acne.

(Occlusive; 74% snail secretion filtrate). A staple in my routine. This, along with the Snail AIO, heals up any new pimples impressively fast. I didn't think it was doing anything at first as a moisturizer since it's purely occlusive and has no humectant ingredients, but I stopped using it for a day and my skin felt noticeably dryer. I also thought it was the AIO doing all the work on my acne, but spot treatment test proved that it does it's own heavy lifting. A very impressive product (is snail works for you)!

The Innisfree No-Sebum Blur Primer is a bit disappointing, but definitely not a bad product. It's really good at mattifying the skin, and making it stay that way, so it's really holding up to the no-sebum part. My perpetually oily nose only needed powdering after 5 hours, which was huge for me. It's the blurring claim that disappointed me. It did nothing for my huge pitted/rolling/ice-pick scars, but of course it's not really fair to judge this product based on that (they're hopeless). However, using only the recommended tiny amount of product, patted gently, it also only had a little effect on my smaller pores. It definitely works if you up the amount, being silicone-based, but as per the warning on the box, it may cause clumping and flaking once you apply foundation (and it definitely does). Again, I'm not saying it's a bad product since I quite like the oil-control, but I just had hopes that it'll do well for my pores, which it ultimately didn't. I am however using it on it's own sometimes (+ a few dab of compact powder), when I'm heading out for a quick errand and too lazy for even a BB cream, and it performs sufficiently for that. I'd say it's a good value at Php450, and I quite highly-recommend it to anyone who doesn't have a problem with huge pores and is only looking for oil-control.

 

 

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