Like most teens out there, adolescence made lasting marks on my face, in the form of acne scars! No one loves to see them on the cheek, nose, forehead, and this has been my problem for years.
A very good friend who’s into makeup and stuff (shoutouts to Xan! :3), recommended me this Korean comestic product that she was using herself. That’s how I learned about Skinfood! 😀
|That’s me a few years ago. See those marks on my face? ><|
Skinfood has a very entertaining way of marketing their products. The name already says it. Their products are made from natural ingredients and each of them are named after fruits, vegetables, and other food and edible products.
I’ve been using the product for two years now (and I’ve written this post when I was just starting to use them). Here’s some empty bottles of the products that I have consumed since then (I already threw away some more of them).
So far, here are the skinfood products that I’ve already tried using.
|My sister posted a review of this on her blog. Check it out. 🙂|
Wow. I did not notice I have actually used several products from Skinfood already!
|(no filter/makeup/flash used xD)|
I’m just so thankful that I was able to discover this line of cosmetic products. Nothing worked for me before. With this one, they delivered the results as promised. 🙂
My skin is still beyond perfect, but at least it already improved. I’m excited to try the other products, not just of Skinfood, but of other cosmetic products that can work for me.
I guess I would be loving Korea not just because of its music and dramas, but also because of their cosmetics! 😀
Note: This is not a sponsored post. (Though I would be thrilled if Skinfood would indeed give me products to review. 😀 :D)
image credits: skinpaper.com | wikipedia.com | bbcreamboutique.com | buymakeupcosmetics.com | skinfoodthailand.com | asianfashioncity.com