Etude House

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223 products

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Recent Etude House Reviews

Cleansers -Etude House -SoonJung pH 6.5 Whip Cleanser

on 12/1/2018 11:22:00 AM


Overall, this is a great product; it's just a bit too drying for my dehydrated skin type. Not the product's fault at all, since the La Roche Posay Toleriane Gentle Hydrating Cleanser that Skin Care Board tends to love is also too drying for me.

Gentle, unscented, simple cleanser with a fun pump that produces quite a bit of foam. This isn't going to remove silicone-heavy makeup or sunscreen, but as a morning or second cleanser, I'd definitely recommend it to normal to oily skin types.

Although the formula and feel is different from the LRP I mentioned above, it leaves about the same skin feel, perhaps VERY slightly more drying than the LRP. It didn't irritate my skin at all, which is a huge bonus, and so I'd definitely recommend it! It's just not the right fit for my personal skin type at the moment.

Toners -Etude House -SoonJung pH 5.5 Relief Toner

on 12/1/2018 11:17:00 AM


I purchased the "easy size" of this and have been using it for about 6 weeks. I apply twice a day and I'd estimate I still have about 2 weeks' worth left in the bottle, so a little goes a long way.

It comes out like water, so at first I wasn't sure it was doing anything, but as winter set in and my skin didn't get dehydrated like it usually does (the house got down to around 16% humidity at one point) I'm thinking this is really working. I only apply one layer (about a quarter sized puddle in my palm) twice a day, and it leaves a natural, very slightly dewy finish.

I started using this while undergoing some acne treatments, and I believe it's helping to face my post-inflammatory erythema (red marks) faster. I'd been making my own hyaluronic acid serum for years, but I've gotten a little tired of DIY skin care, and this is so inexpensive and works slightly better than my DIY concoction, so it's worth it, in my opinion.

It doesn't irritate my skin (even around my eyes), and I like that the ingredients are all rated low toxicity. The "soy sauce" dispenser works quite well, and though I'd almost prefer a spray, I feel like the current packaging is less wasteful (both of product and plastic).

I'm very happy with this and intend to repurchase.

Masks -Etude House -I Need You Sheet Mask - Red Ginseng


According to the packaging, this is a 6 years old Red Ginseng which can restores skin strength after being damaged by stress, pollution, debris and the weather. It helps to maintain skin firmness and smoothness. It smells good and moisturizing.

Brows -Etude House -Drawing Eye Brow Pencil

on 11/7/2018 2:27:00 PM


This isn't a bad pencil, but it never lasts on my brows. It's fine for a couple of hours and then it looks as though I never put it on in the first place. It's kind of a shame since the color is good (grey brown), but I also will not repurchase as Etude House still tests on animals.

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Sunscreen -Etude House -Sunprise Mild Airy Finish Sun Milk SPF50+ / PA+++

on 11/4/2018 10:54:00 PM


This is an HG for me. I used Biore UV Perfect Face Milk for years and loved the protection and mattifying effect, but it dried me out like crazy. For reference I have verrry clog-prone, dry, sensitive skin. This sunscreen isn't dehydrating at all, leaves a nice natural (not too matte) sheen, no white cast and no breakouts! I've been using it for about six months and I'll continue to repurchase.

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