Yes, you heard me right. A company selling affordable skin care that really works for your skin actually exists. One word. It's called, SkinFood. Well, I suppose that would be two words, but for this company, I make a grammatical exception. SkinFood is a South Korean skin care, hair care, and cosmetics manufacturer and retailer that's based in Seoul. Their concept is to create products with nourishing values from- you guessed it, food. So, even it's MAKEUP is beneficial for the skin, and the first company to launch itself in food. You know the saying, "You are what you eat"? Well, if you want healthy skin it starts with food and what better way to achieve healthy skin than with affordable skin care products containing healthy food ingredients? SkinFood's slogan literally is, "Beauty food for the urban sweety".
And the "urban sweety" isn't just concerning girls, their products can be used on anyone of any age. SkinFoods products fight and prevent every kind of impurity, such as acne, wrinkles, dark spots, dry skin, oily skin, etc. All the while keeping sensitive skin in mind. I hear people all the time complaining about having to pay all this money to take care of their skin or hair, and even more about the pricey cost of good makeup. These same people are always complimenting my makeup, skin, and hair and it's because I use SkinFood for everything! And SkinFood provides a massive variety in everything and anything you could think of when it comes to beauty. You can find their products anywhere really, for there are SkinFood stores throughout the world, and there's always their website to turn to if you don't live near one of their stores. And want to know the best part about the company? They almost always give free samples. Saving hundreds of dollars on beauty products while being given free samples... It's practically stealing!
With all the choices in front of you, it can be overwhelming to decide what to get, especially with a company you've never heard of before. So, I'm going to tell you about three different skin care products popular on SkinFoods market right now.
1.Beauty In A Food Mask Sheet. (Propolis & Bee Venom)
That's right, bee venom. Actually, It's 180 mg. of Propolis extract and 0.09 pg. of Bee venom. This product is basically a mask sheet that has anti-bacterial and anti-inflammatory effects from the propolis and bee venom, while also having moisturizing amino acids, enzymes, and peptides to revitalize and firm your skin. You apply this mask to a cleansed, toned face for about 20 minutes, and then you remove the mask and pat in any remaining essence. The best part is that this mask sheet is only 2$. Beauty In A Food Mask Sheet has many different kinds of mask sheets to choose from, though, all as little as $2 also.
2. Rice Mask Wash Off
You only need to use this mild exfoliant once a week to achieve a youthful and stunningly radiant face. This lightweight, creamy wash-off mask smoothly buffs away dead skin cells as the rice extract brightens your skin, bringing you that gorgeous, dewy flush. You just gently massage the rice mask on a freshly washed, moist face. (Avoiding the eyes of course.) Let it sit for about 10-15 minutes and then rinse it off with warm water. All for just $10! Though, SkinFood provides countless different wash off masks, some higher or lower than $10.
3.Watery Berry Emulsion
The main ingredients in this emulsion are Cloudberries, Lingonberries, Raspberries from Lapland, all which provide superior antioxidant properties. Another main ingredient is Hyaluronic acid, which profoundly hydrates the skin. This is a non-stripping, non-dying emulsion that promotes supple, luminous skin. If you have dry/sensitive skin, I highly recommend this product. This product's about $16, but the price goes up the bigger the bottle is. (You can get a set of the samples for around $2)
So, as you can see, SkinFood is really the best in quality and variety when it comes to healthy skin care. This company sells really anything when it comes to beauty, however, not just skin care, making this the best company to buy from for any "urban sweety".