Monday, December 28, 2015

Skin18 - Korean Skincare Cosmetic


We women, we sure wear different types of masks. Happily or reluctantly we use the wife mask, mother mask, career mask, daughter mask, auntie mask and maid mask (whichever comes first). More so, Indian woman willingly wear the sentimental-emotional mask. Well, blame it on the family circumstances, for example, which pub and with whom husband is drinking, working hard to educate the kids as to achieve doctor social status, watching Tamil movies/dramas and feeling sorry for the dramatic characters instead for family members and on the phone day-in-day-out advising sister-in-law(s) how to be a superwoman. Such of course why conveniently forgotten is the face including the affordable face mask for the one unbelievable reason - “aiyo, where got time??  

Korean girls/women on the other hand or in their own hands are uninterrupted with anything when it comes to beautifying their looks. Perhaps sharpening the jaw or embalming “what-not” is beyond the budget but certainly just like how they keep their “let there be light” skin supple with various types of Korean masks, we can, we should and why not? After all, who doesn't want complements despite age, race and religion??

Now here I'm going to pick-you-up and continue what’s been said about “Skin18”. Remember? Okay, never mind, I am forgetful as well. With the remaining Skin18 products, I've been keeping myself busy with the types of masks. Tried and tested - 








Assuming you have noticed, the instructions for some of masks are in “winter sonata” but since Korean products have conquered the beauty industry, we can’t say anything.  Anyway, Malaysians I know don’t like reading because the picture perfect life on social media is impressive. Hence, we look-see-look-see and apply the mask. Which is the best if you are asking me, I can’t say. Each is unique for different purposes. Perhaps interesting is this "Dress Code Red" because I look better with the mask. 


Still, my take is always for hydration (Sigh!! Lubrication has dried up-down), for punching out the stress, for clear-clean skin and no matter what, impossible even to dream about white Korean skin. These masks you can apply once a week and for quick repair, twice a week. Applying as said, the same as other sheet mask. In fact, easily applied for nourishment and please, on an ongoing basis. Don’t apply once every six months and complain why you don’t look like “Ms. Philippines/the newly crowned Ms. Universe. So long beauties. Mask up and remove the mask to reveal your glowing skin instead of hiding your true self. See you soon yea with another post to continue our journey as world’s beauties.  
By the way, I'm not hiding behind this picture. The shades and scarf are the defence mechanism against the sun. 

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9 comments:

  1. My recent love is korean mask ans skin18 is the best place to get them.

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  2. Ha ha love the way you write post. Been hearing a lot about this should try specially this Dress Code Red :D

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  3. i am a huge fan of korean sheet masks
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  4. hahaha.... clever idea they put pattern on the mask. You know...sometimes when i put the mask...it's a bit scary...i mean i scare myself with the white mask la. with Patern it would look much nicer. LOL

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  5. hahaha.... clever idea they put pattern on the mask. You know...sometimes when i put the mask...it's a bit scary...i mean i scare myself with the white mask la. with Patern it would look much nicer. LOL

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  6. That's a different kind of mask! Sounds interesting!

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  7. Wow, so many face masks! You look great in the last shot! Merry X'mas, babe! xoxo

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  8. Their masks have created a buzz in the blogosphere n they r certainly good.. like ur introduction on point n so true !!

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