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Peaches! They smell nice and a good source of vitamins that helps promote healthy skin. Juicy and yummy peaches. This is one of the main ingredients of Skinfood, a brand based in Korea that specializes in skin food 😉😉 and skin care cosmetics, Peach Sake Line that I want to share with you.
They come in a frosted glass bottle in a shape of a sake bottle! and a cardboard and plastic cap. There’s a plastic stopper to keep the product fresh, avoid spills and help lessen contamination.
- Minimizes the appearance of pores
- Minimizes shine
Peach extract, Sake
- Toner – Clear water. It looks like water.
- Emulsion – Like watered down cream.
It smells like peaches and a faint smell of sake.
Our experience with the product:
My sister’s experience
- Brightened her skin.
- Softened her skin.
- Moisturized her skin well.
- Her skin did not oil up after using these, but she likes the emulsion better.
- Did not feel drying even when it’s cold.
- Did not irritate her skin.
- Reduced pimple formation when using both products.
- Great oil control 👍
- Smells like peaches!
- Brightened my skin better than the A’pieu.
- Helped dry out my pimples but did not prevent breakouts.
- Moisturized my skin well but a little drying.
- Didn’t irritate my skin.
- Reduced the redness of my huge pimples and acne scars.
- Refreshing peach smell.
- Softened my skin.
- It cooled my skin.
- It did help minimize my enlarged pores specially on the cheek area.
The toner dries out matte, the emulsion dries out velvety and it feels like you didn’t put anything on your skin but it’s moisturized.
After cleansing, remove the plastic stopper and dispense a small amount on the palm, rub your palms together then lightly press them on your face and neck. Don’t forget to replace the plastic stopper!
I kinda stopped using this for a couple of weeks along with the emulsion since we travelled to the province and it’s really cold there and I left the bottle, but we used this (a month before travelling) in the morning and did not irritate or darkened our skin even though it has alcohol in the ingredients (probably because it’s sake). And it’s good to use too in humid countries.
My sister’s skin is oily, acne-prone, and very sensitive, has bad acne problems.
My skin is combination type, oily t-zone and the sides of the nose and eyelids, enlarged pores, acne-prone, cystic acne problems.
Have you tried this? Any thoughts? Tips and tricks on application? Share it!