Calamansi is a common citrus fruit here in the Philippines. Not a week would pass by that my family wouldn’t use it as a dipping sauce in our meals. Well Filipino cuisine aside, I do know that calamansi is now being incorporated by certain Korean brands as a brightening ingredient in skincare. However, I didn’t realize a calamansi face mask was also made until I was sent some Eyenlip products by BeautyNetKorea. Continue reading
About 3 weeks ago, I was invited by Project Vanity to the official launch of Dr. Morita face masks in the Philippines. And not only that, a few other people from the AB Community of the Philippines were invited as well. It was mostly an afternoon spent with friends, talking about asian skincare and meeting new people.
Some of the girls from the #ABcommunityPh. Photo from Project Vanity.
All in all, it was one of the highlights of my day despite the gloomy-then-sunny weather in the city. Now let’s get into those face masks. Continue reading
I’ve got more empties to show you dear readers of mine. That means more skincare items! I’m just realizing now how it takes quite longer to hit pan or finish up any makeup items. I’m hoping I’d get to do that sometime this year, and not just on brow pencils. Anyway, let’s get to those skincare empties, shall we? Continue reading
Last month I was in South Korea right? I had this list of beauty products I was going to buy along with the locations of where I can possibly buy them. So to cut the long story short, I totally deviated from that list for the following reasons:
- The item wasn’t on sale. I expected a lot of brands would give off discounts on their bestsellers because it was the holidays. Some stores had sales and some didn’t.
- There are some sellers in IG who sell the item at a much lower price.
Anyway, I promised you a haul post and here it is. Continue reading