Innisfree is coming into Singapore in a month’s time (or so) – not quite sure cos the PR people have not been responsive at all. tsk tsk. Prepare yourselves for an incoming rant – Is it that hard to reply a simple work-related email? I mean yeah, as the director of the PR agency, I’m sure you have 10 million emails to attend to, but to not reply at all – that’s just plain unprofessional. I’m very strongly considering zipping over to the Amore Pacific Korean HQ to complain
be a snitch whilst I’m there next week. Seriously peoples, just cos I look mild don’t mean I’m a pushover. helll no. – does black gurl hand on hip –
Anyhoos, being the partial being I deem myself to be, I shall not let this destroy my love for Korean products. Here’s one pretty good product from Innisfree you can try.
- I must admit that the packaging isn’t the prettiest on the shelf, even amongst its fellow Innisfree products.
- However, it smells WONDERFUL – full of fragrance (artificial I’m supposing), but dayamn, you can’t say no to that.
- The foam itself is the pearly-sheened types, not the full cream ones.
- It works up into a foam very easily and doesn’t leave any sort of film (greasy, oily etc) on your skin.
- It doesn’t strip my skin of moisture so there’s no squeaky clean feeling. Instead, my skin feels refreshed and slightly softer.
- There’s also not much dirt residue when I wipe my face with a toner-soaked cotton pad.
- I also love that somehow, my skin seems slightly rosier and brighter / clearer after about 2 weeks of using it.
- What’s more, did I mention how cheap it is? I can’t remember the exact price, but I know it cost about KRW7,000-9,000 only.
Overall, I’m glad I bought this cleanser. I very nearly didn’t buy it cos: a) the packaging is so blah, and b) I was running out of luggage space. Thank goodness that EMS service in Korea is so affordable 😀