Skinfood Miracle Food 10 Solutions Cream review

Skinfood Miracle Food 10 Solutions Cream (50gr)
Alleviate ten different skin concerns with a single formula. This nutritive cream features the extracts of ten miracle foods to treat and restore skin. SKINFOOD''s PHYTO MIRACLE™ extraction process yields maximum extract efficiency, while SUBMICRON™ Technology ensures maximum skin cell penetration for comprehensive, total skincare.

Skinfood Miracle Food 10 Solutions Cream review

A little while ago the lovely lady behind W2Beauty sent me this gorgeous cream to test.
I picked it out since after the initial attraction to the amazing packaging I was intrigued by the miracle claims and all the wonderful ingredients it contains.
I am very happy that I got the opportunity to test this (Thank you Alice!) since it has quickly become a favorite Winter cream of mine.

The jar is super sturdy and fancy looking.
It is made out of thick glass that was tinted in metallic blue ombre shades.

Skinfood Miracle Food 10 Solutions Cream review

The jar looks mid to high end with its engraved lid and pretty design.
The only thing that is part of the glass is the front label which is paper.
The box is super pretty too and comes with Korean text only until you open it up.
Inside there is information about the cream in English.
Unfortunately there is no English ingredients list.
All in all this packaging is fancy schmanzy and makes me feel special.

Skinfood Miracle Food 10 Solutions Cream review

The texture of the cream is very smooth and buttery, it is on the thicker side but feels quite watery when applied to the skin.
It doesn’t become watery like some other creams do, but seems to have a nice balance between hydration and oils.
It feels refreshing when applied and soothing at the same time.
My dry skin welcomes that feeling very much especially after spending the day in the windy coldness that is the outside.
The scent is very faint and hard to pinpoint, it reminds me of summer but I am sure no one would agree with me.

Skinfood Miracle Food 10 Solutions Cream review

I use this cream day and night and it works wonderfully both underneath foundation and on top of an extensive routine.
The cream does not sink in super fast but it doesn’t leave a sticky feeling either.
It seems to be one of those creams which leave a light protective film on the skin.
I welcome this during this time of the year since the weather absolutely destroys my face.

Skinfood Miracle Food 10 Solutions Cream swatch

During the day it manages to keep my face protected (even with a lighter routine) and during the night it works as a wonderful occlusive sealing in all that goodness I applied before.
My skin is smooth and velvety when I use this.
It manages to keep my flakes at bay while giving me a good moist skin feeling.
I definitely noticed how my face has been much better during the colder season than last year and I mainly have this cream to thank.
I feel like it is a great night cream for any skin type and good moisturizer for normal to dry types. Skinfood has not disappointed once again.

Ingredients: Here
PH:  5.5

One of my favorite creams I have tried so far. Definitely recommend it.
Rating: 1.Blegh  2. Pff  3. Meh  4. Oohh  5. Awwyeah 6. Wooh

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Yule Extravaganza: Moi's Merry Skincare Gift Selections

As mentioned in this post Sam from Colorcrrush and I thought that we would make special Asian Cosmetics gift guides for our readers.
I ended up writing a rather long post focused on skincare trying to cover any gift giving aspect and preference I could think of.
Head over to Colorcrussh to see the whole post.

Have you already gotten all of your Christmas gifts?
Some of mine are still in the mail, lets hope they don't get lost!

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Konstantin Ivanov's original sketch for the set of The Nutcracker (1892)

The Nutcracker original 1892 production

Yule extravaganza: Sam's Christmas Asian Beauty ideas

Dear readers of Moi Sanom's Blog!

I have the honor to be writing a guest post on this lovely blog today, nice to meet you everyone! My name is Sam and I am writing over at We both are big fans of Asian skincare which is also the reason how we met in the depths of the World Wide Web. Since Christmas is rolling around the corner, we wanted to give you some sparkly special content and I hope you'll like what we came up with.

We decided to collect some ideas for Asian beauty related Christmas ideas! I actually wanted to post this last Sunday on the 1st advent but life happened and got between me and my posting routine. My boyfriend's older brother's son was born on Wednesday! Family has a new member when I return next year, as I am living abroad in Korea at the moment. :) So I apologize for the delay - please imagine a cozy Sunday 1st advent evening when reading this post and make yourself a hot cup of tea/coffee/cocoa of your choice. (On a related note, we had our first snow in Seoul this week!)

Me and Moi Sanom noticed that a lot of our readers in the last weeks were really curious about possible Christmas ideas for our beloved moms/sisters/cousins so here I present you.... Asian beauty related Christmas ideas for every budget! :) It's a mix of very affordable items such as Etude House, more fancy ones such as Laneige and quite expensive special ones from Stila. Enjoy! 

Some of the things here I am eyeing myself... I am still debating whether to get the Laneige Sparkling Party set or not. I should probably save some money.. but then again, it's only Christmas once a year, right? Most items can be found either on Wishtrend or Jolse - only a few I did find on Gmarket but I tried to limit those so that you are actually able to get the stuff in case something caught your eye :)

Happy shopping everyone and don't forget your loved ones this month! Thank you Moi Sanom for doing this collaboration and I hope to do even more interesting things together in the future!



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Conrad Veidt in Das Indische Grabmal (1921), directed by Joe May

How to combat Dull and Dry skin

I have dry skin. Not just dry but super duper dry.
And dull skin is my nemesis! My kryptonite even.
I have been fighting it for years, and adding glitters and sparkles to my skin is a no no for me.
I like matte skin! I like everything matte, I might even be obsessed with matte.
But dull does not equal matte! Mattifying my dull dry skin simply looks ridiculous!
There is two goals I have that drive me to experiment with skin care, besides the fact that it is fun of course. Make my skin so moist it stops hurting and get glowy beautiful healthy looking skin that isn’t shiny.
After switching around my routine non stop for a few years I have picked up a few tricks and tips and I have finally achieved the healthy glow I was looking for.

My goal is getting hair and skin as glowy as theirs, OK, maybe a little less...
Fermented products are magic in a bottle
I know that taking fermented products and probiotics orally has already been proven to be incredibly healthy and important to our bodies.
I know that there is not so many studies done on these types of products applied topically, but there is no denying that it has positive effects on the skin.
There is a large variety of products containing fermentations in Asian skin care, something for everyone even! I personally prefer toners and booster since they have a high concentration of the magic ingredient and don’t clog up my routine.
They are usually water like substances that seem to have no effect, until you notice that your skin is surprisingly fresh and glowy. I have seen it happen even though I was a skeptic and I was very sad when I ran out of fermented products in my routine!

My favorite is Iope Bio Essence Intensive Conditioning but the Mcgirly line from Too Cool For School is also excellent!
Fermentation is like natural highlighter in a bottle!

Regular exfoliation
Hydroxy acids are miracle workers for so many reasons.
One of them is keeping dead skin cells, aka dullifiers, away without having to scrub around your skin and possibly irritate it.

Try Mandelic acid for sensitive skin or skin that hasn't responded to other acids.
For anyone else Papa Recipe has an excellent AHA and Cosrx has some very gentle BHA products.

Summer 2013, just moved to Germany and had very few products. My skin was dry and dull
Summer 2013, just moved to Germany and had very few products. My skin was dry and dull
Respect your moisture barrier
Oh PH, why are you so elusive and complicated?
Here are two wonderful articles talking about PH and the Moisture Barrier.
The jist is this, if you treat it well and keep it intact your skin will feel and look better.
It will stay more hydrated since your skin will be less prone to dehydration and your acne will very likely be kept at bay.
Respect the moisture barrier and be rewarded with gorgeousness and glow!
Cleaner. CLEANER!
Cleanse well and smart
Thoroughly clean skin is a must for a healthy and glowy face!
Dirt not only clogs your pores and can contribute to spots and blackheads, but it can also stop all your wonderful products from penetrating to your skin.
As mentioned in the previous point, the moisture barrier needs to be intact, so harsh and stripping products with a high PH are out of question.
Since it is hard to find a foaming cleanser with the right PH, gels, oils, creams and lotions are often a safer bet.
If you use a lot of makeup, oils and creams are the easiest way to thoroughly cleanse it away.

Misshas Micro Visible Deep Cleanser is a foaming cleanser with the right PH, CNP Cleansing Perfecta is a great gel cleanser and Etude House Happy Tea Time Cream Cleanser is also lovely. Oils are also a great way to cleanse while keeping your PH well balanced and my favorite is Klairs Gentle Cleansing Oil.

Facial oils are a godsend
Dear facial oils, I love you so!
I dabbled in oils before, but never realized that sometimes cosmetics are better than things you find in your kitchen. I noticed that well formulated mixtures of different oils can be superior to just applying Olive, Coconut, Almond and company to your face. One of the steps that creates the biggest difference for me is mixing oils with hydration!
Which brings me to the next point:

Try Iope Essential Facial oil for normal to dry skin or The Saem Harakeke Seed Oil (aka Salem House Cat seed oil according to Johnny) for normal to oily skin.

They are just trying to prevent dehydrated skin, Wendy!

Hydrate until you are water or become one with the wetness!
You need hydration and lots of it!
Drinking a ton of water isn’t enough unfortunately since the water you drink can’t reach your Epidermis.
Hydrating super products need to be applied topically to get the full effects.
If you have dry skin but after using the thickest and richest of creams you still haven’t noticed an improvement, try hard core hydrating gels instead.
There is no way you can have glowy skin when it is dehydrated.
Besides, it doesn’t feel good either.

Try Mizon Twilight Volume Cream, Iope Essential Relief Cream or Hada Labos Lotion or Perfect Gel.

1 year ago. Fancy hair and no makeup, accessorized by some dull skin
1 year ago. Fancy hair and no makeup, accessorized by some dull skin

Always always moisturize
Having oily skin is unfortunately not a healthy glow.
But oily skin isn’t an excuse for not needing to moisturize either.
Just because your skin doesn’t feel dry or look dry, doesn’t mean it won't need it.
It is just like not giving a flower water because it doesn’t look like it is dying of dryness.
If a product you have used makes you more oily than before it is the wrong product!
There is something out there for everyone and when you find the right one your skin will look better, not worse. Also there is this little phenomenon of dehydrated undernourished skin that produces more sebum than usual since it is trying to make up for the lack of it. This is not a myth, I have seen it!
Gel like creams are great for oily and combo skins, some recommendations can be see under Hydrating gels above.

My favorite moisturizer is Ladykin’s Vanpir Cream, it is suitable for any skin type. Skinfoods Miracle Food 10 Solution Cream is a great occlusive and night cream for any skin type. It has done wonders to my winter skin recently, both day and night.

They are fantastic!
Be it wash off or sleeping packs, be they for clarifying or hydrating, anything goes.
Make sure that they don’t strip your skin off moisture even if the don’t contribute to it.
Masks are fantastic to give your skin that extra boost it needs every once in a while.
There is a large variety in the market for every skin type and concern.

My favorites are:
Innisfree Super Volcanic Pore Clay Mask to cleanse and clarify your skin without drying it out or Too Cool For School Pumpkin Sleeping Mask for a boost of hydration and glow.

Not that kind of mask, but I couldn't resit putting gorgeous Wesley here

Omega 3
I have been reading up on supplements a lot recently. I was always a believer of getting our nutrients through diet, but sometimes that is not as easy as it sounds.
I am currently married to a fish hater, and to be honest eating fish alone is a challenge.
Especially living in Berlin where fresh fish is rare and expensive.
Good oils are beneficial in so many ways, and I am clearly lacking quite a bit due to the lack of fish and avocado in my diet. Yes avocado too, every time I eat it I get the evil eye from Johnny (he isn’t picky though he just has an unnatural hatred of avocados).
I started taking fish oil supplements to prepare my skin for winter time.
I have to say I don’t know if it is the oils or my routine but my skin has looked better than ever!
I can highly recommend giving supplements a try. It is challenging getting enough of a nutrient through diet and the healthier you are on the inside the better you look on the outside!

Dullness be gone! October 2014 celebrating good skin
Dullness be gone! October 2014 celebrating good skin

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My Dessert Box revealed and reviewed

I have had a few meh boxes recently and have been disappointed with Memeboxes curation as well. After these past few months of unexcitment from the Memeverse I was nervous to receive this box with the fear of having wasted my money once more.
When I got the box it was quite heavy which to me is always a good sign.
I did not squeal when I opened it like I have done before but I didn’t sigh and shut it immediately either.

The first product that caught my attention was the largest one in the box.
It is the Skin juice Ampoule which is quite gigantic to be honest.
Besides being the least fluffy of all the products contained I don’t really understand why it is in the box.
It doesn’t look cute or have anything to do with desserts.
I am not sure what the ingredients are but it gives the impression of being a solid ampoule, nothing spectacular but decent nonetheless.
It smells like those orange flavored vitamins which dissolve in water.
A smell that I personally don’t like but some of you might enjoy it.
It is watery in texture and absorbs fast.
I am not sure how I feel about it since I don't know what is in it or how it would perform on my face, but I am willing to give it the benefit of the doubt and hope it is great!

I doubt that the bottle of ampoule would fit into this scenario...
The next thing I noticed was this little soap, I assume it is supposed to be cute but in my opinion it looks tacky and cheap.
I have seen some spectacular soaps around and this is not one of them.
I can understand the inclusion of it in the box since it is supposed to look like a Japanese pastry.
If the packaging wouldn’t be so cheap looking the whole soap would look much better.
It smells medicinal which is something that I didn’t expect.

The little yellow box caught my attention due to it’s tiny size and cute packaging.
It is a Pore stick by Shara Shara.

I am not sure what I am supposed to do with a pore stick yet, but both the box and the stick itself look very adorable.
Unfortunately, this doesn’t smell like delicious lemon tea, like the name makes us believe, but bathroom cleanser.
For you German peeps out there it smells like a mix of Scheuermilch and Gallseife.
I am still unsure if this stick is used to hide pores, remove/clean them out or remove/prevent sebum.
The text on the box is not in English and my goggling hasn’t really enlightened me much.
I might not know what it is for exactly but at least I understand why it was included in the box.

That explains everything!
The little pink box looked promising to me, unsure of what kind of ice cream wonders might be contained in it.
The blush looked a little less cute then the box but who knows maybe it is a really really good blush! I haven’t tested it yet but I hope to read some reviews on it before I do.
I actually  have too many blushes and haven’t used a pink one in about 3 years.
I am curious about the dome shape so maybe I will try it out anyway in the future.

Now onto my two favorites of the box!
I immediately recognized the It’s Skin Cookies and Cream pot.
I have been into It’s skin products for a few years, not really owning many of their products due to few reviews and little money.
I have been eying that cream for a while but since I prefer hand creams in tubes and the fact that I need to use up the ones I have at the moment first made me leave this one on my wishlist only.
To Johnnys happiness I received the Mint flavored one.
He really loves Mint choc chip flavored ice cream but never buys it since I am not a fan.

Johnnys dream come true!
The one time he did, it took him an entire month to finish the jar!
The cream has a very cute packaging box and jar, and there is ingredients in English huzaaahh!
When I opened it, I was shocked since it looked half empty.
Even Johnny commented on how much I used in 5 minutes!

Does not look freshly opened to me
I can only assume that It’s Skin decided, for some strange reason, to make a pot much larger than the contents :(
Otherwise I can not explain why it would come only filled half way since there was a seal sticker on the box.
It looks just like mint chocolate chip cream and smells like it too! The texture is creamy yet the cream is quite light and sinks in fast while still moisturizing. It has a cooling effect and the scent lingers for a few hours in a very subtle way that you can only smell if put it directly to your nose.
I really liked this so far and so did mint choc chip fanatic Johnny Clyde!

Even though this last product was my favorite off the bunch it was also the least desserty.
Yep, even less than an ampoule in a glass jar!
This Petite Prince themed gel cream has very pretty packaging. 
It is the kind that would speak to me and I might possibly try to purchase it for Johnny.
There is honestly no reason for it to be inside this box since neither the theme, the packaging nor the ingredients reflected anything dessert like.

Rose = dessert, clearly!
After a quick read of the (English!) ingredients I have determined that it has a surprisingly large amount of good ones and that this might be a nice quality gel.
It has a weird texture since it is almost like jello but melts into the skin immediately when rubbed in. Johnny really liked this even though he doesn’t like gels if they are too gelly.
He said it is really wet but in a nice way and I have to agree.
Besides the fact that I disagree with the choice of putting it into this box I am happy to have received it since Johnny is currently looking for a good moisturizer and he seems to have taken to this one already!

All in all this box was good in terms of content but questionable if you consider the type of products it is suppose to contain.
I was expecting a box filled with dessert themed items, and to be honest there is plenty in the Korean beauty market!
Even though this box was not a disappointment per se, it did not restore my faith in Memebox itself.

 Memebox is currently having a Black Friday sale with a lot of restocked boxes and some pretty good deals in their store.

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Klairs Gentle Black Deep Cleansing Oil and Gentle Black Sugar Facial Polish review

I have read a lot of reviews about Klairs product which made me very curious about the brand.
I wanted to know if they are as nice as everyone said and when Wishtrend sent me a Klairs sugar scrub as a sample in my first order I was more than happy to try it out.
A couple of months after that, I got the opportunity to try their new cleansing oil in conjunction with the full sized cleansing scrub.
So thank you Wishtrend for enabling my skin care obsession and sending me these wonderful products to try.
The timing couldn’t have been more perfect!
I had a horrible week of being sick on and off every other day of the week (can someone explain to me how that even works?), I had just run out of my cleansing oil without any replacement planned. My regular exfoliator was finished up the week before and the post lost my replacement twice!
So you can imagine how happy I was when I opened the mystery parcel containing the exact products I was in need off.

Klairs Gentle Black Cleansing oil (150ml)
KLAIRS’ Gentle Black Deep Cleansing Oil is composed of various vegetable oils that are helpful for skin care. Easily washable texture allows mild yet effective cleansing of dirt and makeup without causing any trouble or irritation. Gentle Black Deep Cleansing Oil is the best cleanser to maintain skins moisture even after cleansing. Gentle Black Deep Cleansing Oil is composed of natural oils extracted from Black bean to control sebum production and provide skin soothing. Black sesame oil with antioxidant effects and Black currant seed oil that is rich in minerals and vitamins. Experience the hypo-allergenic formula for sensitive skin.

Klairs Gentle Black Deep Cleansing Oil
It comes with a protective cap
I am not a cleansing oil connoisseur ( I know you are out there!), I have tried about 5 different ones so far and the differences haven’t been huge to be honest.
So I thought that I would test this oil by passing 3 basic requirements:

1 It should help me clean out my pores.
This might be a secondary requirement for some, but the main reason I use oils is to be able to reduce my sebaceous filaments.
This oil performed wonderfully in this department. I can even go ahead and say that in terms of how many “grits” were formed it was a surprising amount!
I usually do an oil massage on my porey areas 2-3 times a week.
Just a few days earlier I did so with the Etude House Real Art Oil in Fresh and the amount of grits was pretty mediocre. I immediately wanted to test the Klairs oil and to my surprise both me and Johnny got the best pore cleanse with just oil yet.
In case anyone was wondering, I have tried the famed Holika Holika Soda Pore oil and it did not perform as well as this.

Haven't we all been there at least once?
2 I want it to clean my face and remove make up.
I only use cleansing oils to remove my make up when I am traveling, since I try to bring less items with me.
That means that I want the oils to remove my make up well and also clean my face in the same go.
I thought I would make a comparison with two other popular oils to see how well this one actually performs.
Remember that doing a test on your arm does not result in the exact same results as on your face.
For one, the cleansing started about 5 minutes after the products where applied and usually in thicker layers than on my face.
That being said, I had no residue on my face after cleansing with the Klairs oil.
On the arm swatches, it is still clear that it has the best cleansing powers of the three.
Since a little bit of the eyeliner and lip tint were left though, I thought I would try to remove it with my Bioderma Micellar water.
The cotton pad picked up a bit of tint but was not able to remove the rest fully.
If you double cleanse with a foam it will leave your face perfectly clean of course!
It isn’t as good as some cleansing creams but I never expect oils to cleanse my waterproof make up 100%.

Klairs Gentle Black Deep Cleansing Oil swatch

3 How does it make my face feel and will it dry it out?

I want my cleansers to be gentle, efficient and make my skin feel better than before and not worse.
I am happy to say that this is gentle enough for both me and Johnny (he has notoriously picky skin!) and besides not drying our skin out, it also made it feel super duper soft while washing off clean.
The oil is see-through and smells very lightly like something that I can not pin point.
Maybe soap Marseillaise?
It is on the liquid side but not completely watery and is thick enough not to splatter everywhere.

Klairs Gentle Black Deep Cleansing Oil gif

Little is needed so I believe this bottle will last me for a long time!
All in all I am very happy with this oil!

Ingredients: Here

A cleansing oil that suits every skin type that is gentle and cleanses, what more can I ask?
Rating: 1.Blegh  2. Pff  3. Meh  4. Oohh  5. Awwyeah 6. Wooh

Available on Wishtrend 

Klairs Gentle Black Sugar Facial Polish (60gr)
This sugar scrub for face contains an abundance of black sugar. Black sugar aids
in the removal of dead skin cells and blackheads. It exfoliates of dry skin with
ease and adds a glossy smooth look to the skin. When the seasons change,
the skin tends to become a bit uneven with dry patches. These dry patches and cause makeup to apply unevenly and look “caked”. By using the Klairs Gentle Black Sugar Scrub for Face once a week, you can achieve smooth soft skin that is perfect for makeup application. 

Gentle Black Sugar Facial Polish

Now lets get to the scrub.
Unlike cleansing oils I consider myself a little bit of a scrub aficionado.
My mom loves the stuff, my husband loves the stuff and so do I.
The only issue is that I have sensitive and reactive skin which means scrubs are not really something I should use.

Gentle Black Sugar Facial Polish

The reason why I need to use them is that my skin is so dry and flaky that even when I use acids I still need to scrub my skin to be able to wear any kind of foundation.
That means that I try to use scrubs as little as possible but still need to have one on hand for makeup days.
Since I have this wonderfully fussy skin, I have tried many a scrub in my day trying to find the perfect one.
So far I have not succeeded to find any really good ones after trying the hyped about popular ones, the high end ones or even the cheapest drugstore ones.
I tried several Asian scrubs as well with mixed results that vary between, it-did-nothing-at-all to it-was-so-harsh-I had-red-streaks-down-my-cheeks.

Gentle Black Sugar Facial Polish

So how did this one perform?
Right in the middle!
It is a thick sugary scrub that is reminiscent of lip scrubs in its texture.
It smells lovely, a little bit like Tamarind or Turmeric, to be honest the scent is very faint and doesn't linger at all.
I like that the sugar granules are suspended in oil since it makes this scrub quite hydrating.
The particles are medium sized, smaller than the Skinfoods black sugar scrubs but not as small as lip scrub particles.

Gentle Black Sugar Facial Polish swatch

I tried to use it on dry skin but found that it was a little too harsh for me.
My skin wasn’t bright red but it wasn’t super comfortable.
Johnny, on the other hand loved the dry method and his skin looked wonderfully fresh afterwards.
No redness what so ever.
I then moved on to the wet method.
I moistened my clean face with water and proceeded to carefully rub the scrub (yey rhyme) over my skin.
It felt a lot gentler than the dry method but it still exfoliated my face.
It wasn’t red when I was finished and felt soft and velvety.
My skin also looked and felt very fresh.
I think this is a lovely physical exfoliator that can adapt to several different skin types and preferences. It removes dead skin cells while cleaning the skin without stripping it at all or leaving it oily.
I think it is lovely as a once or twice a week kind of scrub and works wonderfully with the cleansing oil.

Ingredients: Here

Rating: 1.Blegh  2. Pff  3. Meh  4. Oohh  5. Awwyeah 6. Wooh

Available on Wishtrend

The good news is that some Asian beauty stores participate in Black Friday and Cyber Monday sales!
Yeyyy, I am quite happy about it since I have to stock up on some of my favorites like the C20 Vitamin C Serum (will review this wonder potion very soon!) and I love me a sale!

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Disclaimer: This product was send to me by Wishtrend. This does not alter my opinions and I will continue to review with all honesty. I receive no compensation for the reviews. There are affiliated links contained in this page. For more information read my Disclaimer page.
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