A Post About Korean Skincare

Sooo, I’m a little obsessed with Korean Skincare. Sometimes I feel like it’s just way too good to be true. Also, the price of Korean Skincare doesn’t make my bank account and I cry. While I do have a skincare routine, I still like to try new products every once in awhile.

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Before I incorporated the Acwell Licorice pH Balancing Toner into my routine, I tried it out first. I was still using the COQ10 Indie Lee Toner with the Herbivore Green Tea Balancing Toner. Now, I love me some Indie Lee and Herbivore products, but they’re a little too expensive. I know, I’ve said spending more on certain things is worth it and I still do believe that. However, if something is cheaper and actually works better, then you better believe that I’m here for it!

Funny enough, as I was drafting out this post, a Soko Glam package arrived on my porch! Don’t you love it when you actually forget that you ordered something and then it seems like it appears out of thin air? I got my hands on the Acwell Cleanser because my Boscia Charcoal stick ran out last week. I also ordered yet another sheet mask – you can never have too many! Lastly, I got a Missha Lip Treatment…mainly so that I could get free shipping. Let’s be real, you won’t order online unless you get free shipping, right?

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So, you may have seen some of these products, but if you haven’t, here they are. I really did think the Acwell Licorice pH Balancing Toner was amazing, but the Whamisa Organic Flowers Toner comes really close. They both make my skin feel baby bottom soft. I HIGHLY recommend the both of them.

I’m trying out this lip treatment just for kicks and giggles. I do think it will come in handy though because I do happen to have dry lips. Since I needed a cleanser anyway, I decided to shoot for the Acwell pH Balancing Cleanser. I’ve used it once and wow, by the summer time I’m going to have some damn good looking skin!

I didn’t include the sheet mask simply because they don’t photograph that well, to me. This is my little Korean Skincare collection that I feel like will grow over time. I do feel like I’m slowly switching over to more Korean products because they seem to be a little more affordable AND you can actually feel and see the difference!

Thanks for reading,

ChelsiKay