Korean products are the best. As you might know from my Beginner's Guide to Korean Cosmetics that my favourite brand is Etude House. Not only because it's super cute and girly, but it also delivers pretty solid quality items. I usually shop Korean products on Jolse. Although I'm generally pleased with Etude House makeup, I have mixed feelings toward Etude House Bubble Tea Sleeping Pack (10,38€ on Jolse) in Strawberry. It's targeted for dry skin and it has a jelly type of consistency with small bubble tea beads. Sleeping mask is slightly sticky and you can actually sniff the alcohol - but still keeps my skin somehow locked with previously added moisture. I like to apply it as a final layer before all my serums, toners and light creams before bed. It's not my favourite skincare thingy but I do enjoy it's appearance.
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Probably not, but it's what society and beauty brands want us to believe. We all have flaws and imperfections no matter how much we want to conceal or get rid of them. It's inevitable. We're only humans with pores and random pigmentation that allows our skin to ''breath'' and protect itself. It's not a coincidence that I'm addressing two main ''skin issues'' of modern society: enlarged pores and hyperpigmentation. It's something we shouldn't have yet most of us have at least one. But don't get yourself down by my words, I still believe you can slightly minimize imperfections on all areas.