The 10 Step Korean Skincare Routine has become popular lately and even one of the stores in Denmark has a 10 step skincare routine display with suggested products for each step. However, most of the products are for normal, dry, or all skin types and not for oily skin. After reading Hunida’s 10 Step Korean Skincare Routine, I decided I would like to find products that would work for my skin type and see if the 10 Step Korean Skincare Routine was effective for oily acne-prone skin.
It has been 6 months since my last monthly favorites post, and I wanted to bring it back for this year. Like with my past favorites posts, I like to share my entertainment and beauty favorites and a roundup of this past month.
I hope everyone had a good New Year! I was planning on publishing this post sooner, but on the 1st I went to Houston to visit my family then last week I was catching up on my master’s program, but better late than never right?
Since I have been living in Denmark, I have not been able to take a bath in a bathtub. However, since I have been visiting my parents who have not one but TWO bathtubs, I decided to purchase several bath bombs from Lush and enjoy some baths.
Christmas is in a couple of weeks, and I wanted to create a wish list of things I would like to receive this holiday season.
I received the Ole Henriksen Find Your Balance Oil Control Cleanser, the Pore-Balance Facial Sauna Scrub, and the Counter Balance Oil Control Hydrator in previous GoodieBoxes, and I wanted to share my experience with using them for a month.