Secret Key Lemon Sparkling Peeling Gel Review

Secret Key Lemon Sparkling Peeling GelSecret Key Lemon Sparkling Peeling Gel is one of the Korean brand’s more popular products. I received it recently in a Memebox and after using for a few weeks, am ready to give a review!

Description

Secret Key’s Lemon Sparkling Peeling Gel is an exfoliator of the new “gommage” type variety, that claims to use lemon extract and lemon water to gently “peel” (aka exfoliate) the skin, and Vitamin C to brighten.

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Baviphat Urban Dollkiss Mango Magic Brightening Mask Review

Baviphat Urban Dollkiss Mango Magic Brightening Mask Review

Baviphat Urban Dollkiss Mango Magic Brightening Mask Review! This has a ridiculously long name and a really unusual formula, and has been doing such wonders for my skin for the past two weeks that I’m going ahead and calling it a Holy Grail.

Description

Baviphat is a Korean brand I’ve never heard of before, but this came in my monthly Beauteque beaut box, and I had a good feeling as son as I saw the cutesy packaging in my favorite color. Description: oxygenating bubbles offer a deep cleaning of skin while aloe vera extracts soothe and moisturize. Use: Apply to cleansed face and wait 2 minutes. Rinse.

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Pacifica Rice Bright Cleansing Paste Review

Pacifica Rice Bright Cleansing Paste Review

Pacifica Rice Bright Cleansing Paste Review! Spoiler alert: I am amazed by how much I love this.

A month or so ago, I tried and wasn’t impressed with Pacifica’s Skin Revival Microdermabrasion Scrub – it just didn’t do anything at all for my skin the way other, better scrubs, like Acure Organics Brightening Facial Scrub with sea kelp, have. And, because I’m easily burned, I resolved to not spend more money on Pacifica products. However, when I spotted the Pacifica Rice Bright Cleansing Paste in the aisle at Ulta, the packaging was SO gorgeous, and the description so intriguing, I had to pick it up. It has two unusual ingredients – rice and lemongrass – the former of which I associate with Asian skincare, and the latter of which I’m not sure I’ve ever seen in a skincare product.

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