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Recent TheFACEShop Reviews

Moisturizers -TheFACEShop - Yehwadam Pure Brightening Emulsion


This was an impulse buy. Although the results are not overnight-dramatic, I didn’t expect it to since I only wanted a light moisturizer to wear comfortably at home or under my makeup. I can see my skin gradually clearing up and the brightening effect is definitely there. A week of using this and I got a lot of compliments from colleagues saying that I’m glowing! While I like this very much, I don’t think I’ll be buying the rest of items in the line because my skin doesn’t like many layers of skincare. While the scent of this is very pleasant for me, it can be a little overwhelming for those who do not like fragrance in their skincare. The formula absorbs into my skin so fast and stays there comfortably without breaking me out or sweating off like some of the other Korean skincare. I normally use Clinique DD Gel before my makeup and I must say I like this emulsion better than Clinique. The glass bottle looks very pretty and sits luxuriously on my counter but needless to say it’s not very travel-friendly. Not an issue for me really because that’s what those travel containers are for. And also, the glass bottle has some kind of chilling effect to the emulsion and it sits comfortably on skin.

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Masks -TheFACEShop - Shea Butter Mask

on 10/1/2017 7:25:00 PM

I got this mask in a swap. The texture was good, but a little too wet. I have sensitive skin and I didn't have any issues. It was cooling on the skin. No scent. I haven't tried any other from this brand, so I don't have a comparison, except other brands, Sephora and the The Body Shop. All similar. Thanks for reading!

1 of 1 people found this helpful.

Cleansers -TheFACEShop - Aloe Cleansing Foam

on 9/29/2017 10:59:00 AM


After the first time using, I really love the relaxation this greeny cleansing foam is giving me. So far so good (2 weeks), my skin is fine with this product. I do not feel dry at all because for me, I live in a hot and humid environment so a quite dry (suggested quite dry for skin from store assistant) product from Korea (cold and dry weather) would work for me (as I think general Korean products are too much moisturizer to me). I would purchase also other types as well because I didn't find nay harmful chemicals in this product.

Cleansers -TheFACEShop - Rice Water Bright Cleansing Light Oil

on 9/7/2017 11:03:00 PM


I love the way it's feels on my skin, Especially in winter time when i tends to be more dry.
However, I think it's more of a "pick me up" skin product, or as part of the "double cleansing method", not as a stand alone makeup remover.
It's also have a brightening properties, so if you want to maintain your "golden goddess glow" during the summer this is not the product for you.

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Mascara -TheFACEShop - Freshian voluminizing

on 8/23/2017 11:42:00 PM


Bought this during a K-beauty haul from Beautynetkorea and I have been pretty impressed. The price is a downright bargain for the quality. I have seen this product listed/labeled as "Pressian" as well as "Freshian" so maybe there was a bit of a translation mixup at some point, which beings me to why I deducted a lippy. This mascara is supposed to be volumizing, but it requires more than one coat to produce appreciable volume. It has a MUCH wetter texture than I would expect from a volume formula. The length, separation and buildibility are impressive though and remind me of original Lancome Definicils. The color is a dark, inky black and the staying power is tenacious and water resistant, but I have been able to remove it with my regular oil cleanser and no irritation, so it's not some awful black glue (looking at you, Covergirl waterproof formulas!) A word of caution: it is WET when first applied, so let it set for a minute or more. I would repurchase, but with different expectations.

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