Skin care routine

I’m really obsessed with keeping my skin looking good. I have been for years. This is probably because my skin is so easily prone to blemishes and can get both too dry and too oily at the same time. Really annoying. Sure, my skin has gotten a lot better by the years, but it’s far from being perfect yet. That’s also the starting ground for my obsession with make-up.

So anyhow, I thought I’d show you my current skin-care routine:

I always wash my face twice a day – once in the morning after waking up and eating breakfast, then once at night before going to bed. The “”Medstop Rengöringsgel” is my current facewash. It’s froma swedish pharmacy, so it’s not the worst, in my opinion, but still not the best. It’s made for normal to mixed skin types. I’m running out of this product and I already bought a replacement for it (another facewash-product presented at the end of this article).

Then comes my wonderful “Etude House Wonder Pore Freshner”. I love this because of the 7 in 1-approach of it, solving 7 skin problems at once, and that it actually made a positive impact on my skin when I’d been using it for a while. I even made my brother try it out as he suffers from bad skin too. It’s a really good product and I’m glad I bought it. I was close to not buying it because I was really nervous about it maybe not working on my skin, but it did. I really recommend you trying out this product.

Then comes my “Etude House Collagen Moistfull Cream”. I absolutely adore this face-cream. I’ve tried other korean face creams that I like, but this one comes at the most fair price and it also feels really good on your skin. And any type of face-cream including collagen out of american brands would cost at least five times as much if it’s supposed to be a good one.

Okay so here’s my other recommendations for facial wash-products:

I got recommended this product by a shopkeeper at an Etude House-shop in Seoul. She recommended me the pink one out of these facial washes, but I think the difference in the two products isn’t that huge. I really loved using the pink one, and I tried buying one on the airport at Gimpo but they couldn’t sell it too me because they weren’t sure if I was allowed to bring it on my plane. I can’t wait until this product arrives in my mailbox, I’m so excited to try it out. This “line of products” (Baking powder) is my favourite, I tried the other products like AC Clinic and Pore Ever, but I didn’t notice as positive a change after using the products as I did notice after using this facial wash. Also now, when not living in Korea, I’m desperate enough to pay twice the price for a really good product if I have to, when buying it on Ebay.

Here’s some other korean products against problem skin that I really recommend:

Skinfood Eggwhite Pore Foam (This product even got stolen from me once, when I was living at the Pencil guesthouse hostel in Seoul)

Innisfree Pore Tightening Gel Cream “Mint”

Tony Moly Egg Pore Silky Smooth Balm (I’ve been addicted to this product for a year) ❤

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2 thoughts on “Skin care routine

  1. The subsequent time I learn a weblog, I hope that it doesnt disappoint me as much as this one. I mean, I know it was my choice to learn, however I actually thought youd have something attention-grabbing to say. All I hear is a bunch of whining about something that you may repair in the event you werent too busy on the lookout for attention.

    1. I’m sorry to disappoint, but you are correct, it is your choice to read or not.
      If you want something different from me you are welcome to suggest things you would like me to update about, if you are a frequent reader of my blog, you would know that I have been working at a festival these last few days and also writing a big report for the korean TV-channel Mnet, so I’ve been busy enough not have time to spare to do other things than update my daily look or pictures.
      Anyhow, any tips are very welcome and I’m happy you’re a reader. Please don’t read if you feel offended by what I read.

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