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 post, I decided I would like to find products that would work for my skin type and see if the 10 Step Korean Skincare Routine is effective for oily acne-prone skin.
You have probably noticed that I have not been active on my blog lately, and I apologize. I flew to my parent’s house on August 29th, so I have been preparing for that. I also went on vacation from August 4th-10th. The week after my vacation was my last week of summer break before my second year of my master’s program started, and I used that time to relax and play video games. My master’s program started on August 19th, and I have been getting back into the groove of things. Since things have settled a bit I thought now would be a good time to write a new post and share a haul of bags and beauty products I bought before my trip to my parent’s. Also, since I have been MIA for a while, feel free to share your latest post in the comments.
Do you ever go into a store with the intention of buying 1 thing, but then you come out with 5 other things as well? Well that happened to me yesterday.
I have received my April GoodieBox, and the theme was The Retro Box. GoodieBox is a Danish beauty subscription box, so the boxes can only be shipped to Denmark, Greenland, and the Faroe Islands. Each box costs 169 kr / $25 a month and contains 5-7 items worth over 500 kr / $73.
Yesterday I received two packages, one from my parents with items I purchased from Ulta and another one from Matas.