I don’t often sheet mask these days. The reason is I realized how much plastic I was putting in the trash. It’s not exactly the sheet masks per se that I believe are the ones contributing to the pollution but more of the plastic packaging that they come in. Imagine, for every individual sheet mask a person uses, there’s an equivalent plastic thrown away. That’s why when I saw these masks from Maybena, I got a little excited because their packaging is very different. Continue reading
To be honest, before this review, I have never used a bio-cellulose mask in my routine. I’ve been meaning to and I know I have a few on hand but the thought always slips my mind. Charis, however, gave me an opportunity to try this bio-cellulose mask from Lavien. Read on to know my review of it. Continue reading
I am always eager to try out new products, you guys know that but there is always a different level of keenness when it comes from a local brand. Honestly, I am getting so impressed by how local skincare brands are these days. They are doing their best in keeping up with the rest of the international skincare brands. Anyway, for now, let me introduce Face Republic. Continue reading
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