Seoul Day 1-3 (Myeongdong, Express Bus Terminal, Nami Island, Petite France & N Seoul Tower)

 

The Seoul trip last month was kind of impromptu and I had only bqooked tickets and accommodation a month before so it was pretty pricey but the chance to just escape from all the crap down here was simply too alluring. And there was no regrets at all though travelling with the little one was really quite a headache.

Myeongdong

Our hotel was right smack in Myeongdong, also known as the beauty shopping street because there are so many skincare and cosmetic shops around. Here you can find Etude House, Innisfree, The Face Shop, Nature Republic, Olive Young and the list goes on. Many K-beauty fanatics like to come here to shop for their beauty supplies, which is probably cheaper only if you buy in bulk. However, with the convenience of online shopping, I can noticed that I could easily get the same items from online platforms such as Qoo10 which ships from Korea at around the same price too. So shopping wasn’t exactly a top priority for me this trip.

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[Review] innisfree Pure Green Baby Line – Organic Skincare For Your Baby ***Naked Baby Alert***

One of the popular Korean naturalism brands, innisfree has launched a special range just for infants and kids, presenting the Pure Green Baby Line! Carefully formulated with organic Jeju Green Tea that has proven mild and suitable for babies, the latest Pure Green Baby Line features a selection of organic-certified products which are in compliance with ECOCERT, a French organic certification organization. Parents can expect a full range from body products from lotions, creams to body wash, sunscreen and even diaper cream!

Most of the products contains 85.9% to 100% natural ingredients and are free of 1,4-doixane, animal ingredients, mineral oil, colourants, parabens, artificial fragrance, formaldehyde, acrylamide, benzophenone and silicon. So you can use these on your precious babies with a peace of mind.

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We received the innisfree pure green baby baby lotion, baby cream and mum’s touch milk oil. Check out my review on these products…

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Had Fun at AmorePacific’s Gala Dinner

This week, I attended a gala dinner by AmorePacific at St Regis Hotel. Here I am camhoring while stuck in traffic.

With a long standing history of 67 years, the Asian Beauty Creator has 30 premium beauty brands under its Corporation and is identified as the leading and largest beauty company in Korea. At the Gala, Amorepacific Corporation will present a comprehensive collection of Korea’s top skincare and cosmetic brands.

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[Review] Beauty Paparazzi sends me Innisfree Wine Jelly Sleeping Pack to try out

Beauty Paparazzi, houses Korean beauty products which are not only hugely popular in Korea but in Singapore too. And as we all know, most physical stores in town that sell such Korean brands are priced much higher. So you can save quite a bit when you spree online with Beauty Paparazzi. Featuring brands such as Etude House, The Skin Food to Laneige, your skin is in for a treat!

And unlike certain shady online stores or sprees that are offering dirt cheap prices because their products are imitations. This blogshop only sell Korean products which are 100% authentic! They are also able to offer such attractive prices due to the bulk volume purchase they make.

I got to sample one of the products they bring in and it’s a brand I’m new to. Innisfree is a natural brand that shares the benefits of nature from the pristine island of Jeju allowing for vibrant beauty and pursues an eco-friendly green life to preserve the balance of nature. I was real excited to try out this product.

Wine Jelly Sleeping Pack 80ml @ $22.50


So what is this?

A sleeping mask that is enriched with wine extracts from France wine which creates a smooth jelly texture which helps to removes dead skin cells and to provide hydrating moisture.
This is an interesting product and I think sleeping masks are heaven sent because these masks can be left overnight! No more falling asleep while masking and suddenly waking up to a dried up, wrinkled sheet mask. Opening up the jar, you get a faint whiff of what smells like a combination of berries and red wine. Lovely!
The texture of the product is smooth with a rich, creamy consistency. Application is a breeze and this does not feel greasy or clogging on your skin. In fact, your pillow cases are saved from any yucky stains!
How to Use?

After night skin regime, apply appropriate amount to face avoiding eyes and lip areas. Allow the testure to absorb and go to sleep. Wash off the following morning.

My verdict?

I think everyone who spends almost their entire life in an air-conditioned environment should get this. If you sleep in an air-conditioned room, you need to give your skin ample hydration. And this wine jelly sleeping pack does just that, by sealing all the nutrients from your night time skincare regime. On top of that, it also provides additional moisture for the skin too.

You can see the difference in your skin in the morning and trust me, you’ll love the effect.

If you wanna try out the Innisfree Wine Jelly Sleeping Pack, please visit  BEAUTY PAPARAZZIs store now!

I was browsing through their site and noticed a few items which caught my eye. I think you should check them out too…

Travel kits that look this kawaii are a must get!

The Hello Kitty crazy girlfriend deserves some loving with this perfume!
And you should pamper your hair with Etude’s Silk Scarf range.
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