Missha is a Korean-beauty line of skin care and cosmetics, launched in 2009. Its parent company is Able C&C Co. They offer an extensive line of skin care products and Missha is also known for making high quality, lower cost duplications of more expensive brands. Their products are available to consumers online and in franchise stores around the world. They are headquartered in Seoul, South Korea.

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192 products

2,051 reviews

66% would repurchase

Recent MISSHA Reviews

Treatments (Face) -MISSHA -Time Revolution First Treatment Essence

on 2/18/2018 2:00:00 AM


This is a nice add in to my morning routine, I would not say my skin cannot do without it or that it has done amazing things to my it, but it brings extra moisture. I only apply it in the morning after cleansing and before moisturiser, I just put a few drops in my palm and spread it on my face, I do not use a pad so I do not waste product and I do not see the point of creating more waste i general, it goes in quickly and leaves a slightly shiny and sticky face, however this goes well under moisturiser and make up. Also, the bottle will last me for over a year so for that amount the price is good. I will not buy SK II, if it does the same thing as this one, it is not worth the price.My review is conditioned by the price also, if this would cost 180 dollars, it would not be worth it, it is not a miracle worker.

BB Cream -MISSHA -M Perfect Cover BB Cream SPF 42

on 2/15/2018 3:13:00 AM


I really do love this B.B. cream, the only problem is that it takes some trial and error to find what other products work with it, and by that I mean primers. I wore it one day with the dermalogica skin perfect primer, and it only lasted a few hours until it started breaking up. Then I tried it with the dermalogica hydro blur, and it took me twice the time to blend it in. It worked perfectly with two faced hangover primer, however that primer breaks me out if I wear too many days in a row... so I’m still trying to see what works and what doesn’t. It really is a beautiful B.B. cream however.... I love the way it applies when paired with the right primer, or without a primer for that matter... the color #13 is great for me on the days I dont want to wear concealer as it really does brighten my face, without making me look ghostly. I also love the packaging, I am a huge fan of the pump. The price also cannot be beat! So affordable, you can get it on amazon for $11.00. All in all, I do love this stuff... much better than some of the other B.B. creams out there, and the high end ones while we are at it... for the price, I definitely say try it. I have dry skin with an oily T-zone due to fish oil supplements, and this really does hydrate and feel nourishing. I would definitely recommend to a friend!

Treatments (Face) -MISSHA -Geum Sul First Essence Booster

on 2/12/2018 6:21:00 PM


I had a sample of this not knowing what it was. When I opened it up, the texture looked like a serum to me, so I applied it after my regular first essence water and hada labo gokujyun lotion. The texture reminds me of a slightly denser hada labo lotion, but with a translucent amber color and gold specks. It has a smooth feel to it as it glides on my skin and absorbs quickly. After just 3-4 uses day and night, I just noticed my skin looking really clear, bright, and plump this morning. I’m racking my brain to see if there was any other product I’ve been using that would have made such a difference to my skin. I had used a sheet mask the previous week, but I can’t imagine that having such a delayed effect. I finally researched what this product could have been and found that it’s actually a first essence that some claim is a dupe of Sulwhasoo’s First Care Activating Serum. I’ve tried the SWS first care serum about six or seven years ago and didn’t get the same results as this Missha one, but my skin was younger and probably couldn’t notice the effect as much. The SWS Serum runs about $80/2.0 oz. I may have one use left with my sample and will try it as the first step to see if it makes a difference, but so far with just this one sample pack, it has intrigued me enough to want to get more. I don’t know how long this glow will last, but if it goes away once I stop using the sample, it must be doing something for my skin! The Missha product costs about $50 for 3.4 oz (or you can get it direct from Korea at some online shops for $38.99+shipping), so I may try to find some more samples to test out or wait until I make a trip to Korea to purchase. Will definitely need to update this review if I purchase more!

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Sunscreen -MISSHA -All-Around Safe Block Soft Finish Sun Milk SPF 50+/PA+++

on 2/11/2018 3:01:00 PM


After months of trials and errors I finally stumbled upon this gem!
This sunscreen absorbs very quickly into your skin, doesn't leave a white cast and most importantly doesn't trigger any breakouts.
I just love this product and for now I can't see myself using any other sunscreen.

1 of 1 people found this helpful.

Tools -MISSHA -Air in Puff

on 2/9/2018 11:46:00 AM

I bought a 4 pack of these cushion puff sponges for like $7 on Amazon after watching a video of using these to reapply sunscreen. I have used them for that, and it works pretty well (it doesn't disturb the makeup as much). I tend to not wear base makeup though (in the summer time) because it just feels gross to reapply sunscreen. Anyway, I also use them to apply my foundation.

At first, I used them dry and didn't like how it looked. It didn't blend well, and looked cakey. Finally, I dampened the sponge and it was way better. It doesn't absorb as much as a RT sponge, and it leaves a lightweight finish. I dot foundation on a section of my face and then use the sponge to blend it out, and just go section by section (in case you were wondering).

They clean well, and they're quick to clean (much faster than RT or BB sponges). They've lasted a good while, and are still in good condition. So I highly recommend!

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