2010 Korea’s Best Cosmetics (Part 1)

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14 Responses

  1. marjorie says:

    I got to comment first…yeah!

    well, i’ve read an article before that asians should stick to asian products because these skin care cosmetics are generally tested on asian skin and works better on us as compared to european and american brands…

    in fairness, they both are quite expensive…

  2. jehan says:

    ooh, i love sulwhasoo too but it feels sinful to buy one, kkk… anyway, i’m satisfied with the samples i get and the amorePacific manufactured skin care product i just recently bought (same manufacturer of IOPE, Hera and Sulwhasoo(?))

  3. Peppermint says:

    SK II is a japanese product pala?!

  4. Jerick Mac says:

    dapat hindi mataas ang mercury level. hahaha. naalala ko yung jiaoli products. πŸ˜›
    .-= Jerick Mac´s last blog ..For Sale | HP Pavilion DV2000, DV2800AE (Artist Edition) in the Philippines =-.

  5. anne says:

    panalo ang cleansing cream ng Sulwhasoo,

  6. steph says:

    i was able to try sulwhasoo when i went there october last year. my future mom-in-law gave it to me, unfortunately, i misplaced it. πŸ™ i must agree that it’s really good but pricey. i tried buying it online but i’d pass it up for the time being as i’m planning to go back to seoul this june! πŸ™‚ wiiiiii!!! now, i can buy korean cosmetics and clothes. anyway, i really love reading your posts as i find them very informative. keep on posting sis!!! πŸ˜‰

  7. Kevin says:

    American and European brands are actually very expensive. For half the price you pay for these, you can get a Korean brand with similar effects or even better ingredients. Suwhalsoo is one of the more expensive brands and buying from the airport where it is duty free is probably the best bet instead of buying it from malls like Shinsegae. I do like their products such as the Overnight Vitalizing Treatment pack which cost USD$28 or so, and probably more than 30,000 won. The smell is not overpowering despite the claims to contain ginseng extract.

  8. yonseistudent says:

    i’ve used hera before and it didn’t work for me…i never even used their samples and just expired…i used face shop toner….believe it or not …i used it in my buttocks just to make sure my face will not irritated and the product didn’t work also…koreans may not like this but i tried shiseido while i was in korea…it worked for me …but its very expensive…since hera didn’t work for me…i never used other amore pacific products…sulwhasoo is very expensive like shiseido but i never tried it because as far as i can remember its only in korean…dont know how to use it…have a nice day….

  9. kmac1047 says:

    Ms. Betchay,

    Good Day po… Maaari po ba makakuha ng copy ng article news ng Korea’s Best Cosmetics…? I’m going to write a research on it po sana…

    Thank you po.

  10. marithes says:

    naku! ang mahal naman ate betchay πŸ™ kailangan pa pag-iponan…

  11. JACKIE says:

    Sulwhasoo is the first i tried. my aunt got it from korean airport when she came to america. i am shocked by the result. it is the best ever, and i found one store in new york. i definitely gone check it out.!

  12. april says:

    Hiya do you have any updates on what’s the best cosmetic and skin care products so far like for 2011 and 2012.

  13. Lee_min says:

    hi!!!, it’s very interesting your post, i have the same question? do you Know? in my country i just found the cosmetic brand “Skin 79” (do you know if this brand is good?) and i think it works well but not better i really want. I live in Peru (South America) and i was wondering how can i purcharse the sulwhasoo product there? mmm so how can i get this products? if you can help me!!!!! thanks so much, hope for your answer

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