Masks, Serums, Creams, and etc., litong-lito ka na ba? Let me share with you if this iWhite Korea for pimples can help solve your problems.
Skin Care is something that’s sacred to me (OA mo Amanda).
I don’t know about you but Skin Care is like religion… too many versions out there! I don’t know what to believe anymore… What I believe though is the ingredients and those aren’t easy to decipher as well.
You might see an ingredient that you like on the back of the packaging of your favorite face cream but you don’t really know how much of that particular ingredient was mixed in the concoction that you’re about to apply sa iyong beautiful fez. (Beautiful ba talaga?)
So as usual, I was playing around with Skin Care products that are available in the Philippines and I found…
iWhite Korea Whitening Sleeping Cream Mask
Hindi rin pala madali maging Beauty Blogger. Being a Beauty Blogger is like being a guinea pig. Kung anu-ano pinaglalagay ko sa mukha ko para malaman kung ano ba talaga ang nakakaganda ng kutis. It’s very risky but it’s ok, this is all for you… because you’re special (Huy hindi kita ineechos ha).
I needed something to pacify the 2 growing zits on my eyebrow and the Lorna Tolentino mole part of my face and I saw that the iWhite Korea Whitening Sleeping Cream Mask has Jojoba Seed Oil which can calm skin inflammations and I’m a sucker of cute packaging. Pink and White just like my site (In fairness nag-rhyme), what more can I ask for?
What can I say about this iWhite Korea for pimples product?
Isa sa pinakamahirap hanapin na product ay kung ano ang effective na nakaka-tanggal ng tigyawat.
I’ve been using it for 3 days and I can say that it gave me positive results. The overall brightening effect that they are promising isn’t present yet but it lightened some of the acne marks I have.
The name says it’s a mask but in cream form and it’s something new to me. Normally, the masks I use should only be left on the skin for 15 minutes tops but this product says that I can leave it overnight on my face.
The texture is like of a liquid lotion, it’s not thick and creamy. It has the same consistency as the Nivea Body Lotions I use. It feels a little warm on the skin when applied and it doesn’t give my skin an itchy feeling. The scent is neutral, it’s not too mabango which is a plus for me as I have dry and sensitive skin.
Below is a photo of myself without the Beautify mode. You can see that the zits have been pacified and only left traces of redness. Bago ko ginamit yung iWhite Korea for pimples product na ito, may nana galore yan (eww). Never ever prick your pimples, leave that gruesome activity to the experts.
This iWhite Korea for pimples product contains…
Niacinamide (Vitamin B3) – Brightens skin tone. (Hindi ko pa siya na experience, too early to tell if kacharutan lang)
Bamboo Sap Extract – Provides Intensive Hydration. (This is true and trust me I have dry skin)
Arbutin – Gentle yet lightens dark spots. (True)
Jojoba Seed Oil – Calms and soothes the skin from inflammation and stimulates cell regeneration. (Konpeerm! This is actually the thing I like about this product)
Would I recommend this product?
Absolutely. I have dry and sensitive skin and this product didn’t irritate it at all.
By the way, hindi ito sponsored post. I’m open to sponsorships pero kung hindi ko gusto ang product niyo, I’ll give it a bad review (Inggrata lang?)