Food for the Skin :) [❁]Tuesday, December 27, 2011
For the last several months, I was becoming addicted to one beauty product. FYI, I am not really a fan of makeup and skin care stuff (although I needed it). It's just that it's just a minor matter to me, if you know what I mean. However lately, I began to discover the importance of taking care of the skin.
I would like to thank (or should I say I blame?) a friend of mine who introduced me to this product called Skin Food. It was during our puyat days and overnight shifts in the workplace that made us conscious of how our skin was becoming dull.
Skin Food is actually a beauty line that originated way from South Korea. Since I am into kpop stuff and to some koreanovelas, that added to the product's appeal to me.
|my current lineup of SK products|
The products are claimed to be made of all-natural products. It's fascinating for me that Skin Food products are grouped according to the products it is made in, and the specific skin type that it is most appropriate to use for. Also, the products are named according to the fruits and vegetables that they were made out of.
For my skin, I was recommended to start with the Parsley & Mandarin Skin Line. It is most appropriate for troubled skin. I used the toner and emulsion for around 6 months and my skin really improved. I was satisfied with the results so I decided to continue using it after the first bottle was consumed. When I returned to the store, they noticed that I don't have that much breakouts anymore but there are still scars and pores visible. Because of that, they recommended me the Peach and Sake line next. I am using it for a few weeks now.
I am looking forward to the results that these products will give me. With the kind of work I have, which involves mountains of stress and days of sleepless and restless workshifts, I need to find a way to take care of myself. Of course aside from eating the right food for the inside, we should also learn to take care of the things outside.
I am planning to buy more in the future, but for now I want to see how 'effective' these products can be.
I was not paid to write about this by the way. I wrote on my own accord. :)