Monday, July 13, 2015

REVIEW: iWhite Korea Aqua Moisturizing Cream

Even when I was still in grade school, facial creams have always been a staple in my skin care regimen.  I am not yet that familiar with how cleansers or even toners work, but facial creams, for me, should never be gone as I always thought that they were a boon for my acne-prone skin. I thought my skin being acne-prone is just the product of me undergoing adolescence period but up until now, I still experience breakouts every now and then.

Believe me, at a very young age, I had to always secretly sneak through mom’s only Olay cream bottle (which was just given to her by my auntie) and have a little to be applied on my skin. That’s how curious I am back then. My cousin who’s working at a manufacturing company would give us some samples of Pond’s products on sachets and I would ask my mom if I can have some for myself since she won’t use them. Yeah, my mom never used beauty products for her face except for whitening and beauty soaps. She would always tell me not to use those commercially-sold products as my skin was still young and I might develop blemishes overtime. But I grew tired of her telling me not to as when I started to grow up even more, my passion in discovering and using skin care products would always haunt me.

So the product that’s lined up next for my review is...iWhite Korea Aqua Moisturizing Cream!

iWhite Korea Aqua Moisturizing Cream in bundle (PHP169)

iWhite Korea Aqua Moisturizing Cream in bundle (PHP169)
iWhite Nose Pack (PHP18--when bought separately)
iWhite Korea Facial Cream (PHP20--when bought separately)

Most of the locally-available and budget-friendly facial creams being sold in the market were tried by me as until now, I am still searching for the product that would suit my oily skin. Actually, my skin would live without creams and toners and cleansers. I found out that if I stop using creams and just use Kojic Soap for my face, there would be minimal breakouts on the surface of my skin, yet the soap itself would leave my face feeling tight and dry. And that is where moisturizers must come in. Remember, for a healthier, younger-looking skin, don’t forget to cleanse, tone and moisturize! I can’t risk having my skin dry as it tend to age the skin prematurely so I’d rather apply creams...and suffer from breakouts even.

But not anymore! iWhite Korea Aqua Moisturizing Cream is water-based and definitely, does not cause me breakouts! You can also use this to relieve stress on your skin after you use the iWhite Korea Whitening Pack.

All of the products of iWhite come in an easy squeeze tube and sachets. The Aqua Moisturizing Cream comes in 50g tube which retails for PHP169 plus the nose pack and the facial cream. I bought them in a limited bundle offer so the cream and nose pack are all for free. Currently, the iWhite are changing the packaging of their products. The new ones are already available in supermarkets, department stores and Watsons nationwide and retails for PHP179. However, you can still avail their bundle offers but just like what I’ve said, the bundles are limited.

iWhite Korea Whitening Pack at PHP199iWhite Korea Facial Cream at PHP179 (new packaging)iWhite Korea Moisturizing Facial Wash at PHP139iWhite Korea Aqua Moisturizing Cream at PHP169
Have you tried iWhite Korea Moisturizing Cream? Feel free to share it here with me! Happy blogging! Xx

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