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Inside YesStyle Beauty Box #17 - Skincare Essentials

By Berrycreamie @mhi1106
Inside YesStyle Beauty Box #17 - Skincare Essentials Phew! That was one busy term at school and I’m glad that it’s finally over! To make up to the lost time, let’s take a look as I unbox and review some of the products included from YesStyle Beauty Box – Skincare Essentials that I got a few weeks back. YSBeautyBox is just like any other subscription box, but without the commitment. The YesStyle team will curate a themed-box, post it on their site along with the products included (both sample and full size) in a discounted price, of course, and it’s up to you if you want to avail the box or not.
Anyway, what I have here with me is the Skincare Essentials edition with 5 sample size and 5 full size products and they are:
1* Agatha Paris Essentiel Skin (sample size) 1* Agatha Paris Essentiel Emulsion (sample size) 1* Etude House AC Clean Up Pink Powder Mask (sample size) 1* Etude House AC Clean Up Toner (sample size) 1* Etude House Honey Cera Cream (sample size) 1* TONYMOLY Panda’s Dream Pocket Lip Balm (full size) 1* RiRe Style Blackhead Brush Cleanser (full size) 1* COSRX Acne Pimple Master Patch (full size) 1* Benton Snail Bee High Content Mask Pack (full size) 1* Smart Hair Mask Magic Steam (full size)
I have yet to try all of it, but I’ll try to do so and post a separate review post about it. For the meantime, here’s a review of TONYMOLY Panda’s Dream Pocket Lip Balm. Inside YesStyle Beauty Box #17 - Skincare Essentials Inside YesStyle Beauty Box #17 - Skincare Essentials Inside YesStyle Beauty Box #17 - Skincare Essentials TONYMOLY Panda’s Dream Pocket Lip Balm, Php360.40
No one can argue how cute this lip balm is. It’s Panda for heaven’s sake! The packaging itself is enough for someone to buy and have it for themselves. I like how handy it is and can easily fit in my pocket. I am not a fan of the way I have to get the product, though, as I always have to use my fingers to dip into the product. Using a lip brush would be a bit hassle to apple a lip balm, so I always have to make sure that my fingers are clean before using it – for hygienic purpose. Considering that it’s a lip balm, I did not expect it to be as pigmented. The way it moisturizes and keeps my lips from chapping is enough for me to keep on using it. It does give a nice yet very subtle tint that looks so natural on the lips. After I emptied it out, I’ll surely use it as a keychain.
Inside YesStyle Beauty Box #17 - Skincare Essentials Inside YesStyle Beauty Box #17 - Skincare Essentials Inside YesStyle Beauty Box #17 - Skincare Essentials  RiRe Style Blackhead Brush Cleanser, Php437.00
It is never easy to deal with blackheads. I don’t really suffer from it, actually, but I do have big pores to deal with. Normal cleanser won’t do, so I always resort to exfoliators every time the sebum around my nose is giving me a hard time sticking out their heads and ruining my foundation routine. With this brush cleanser, I can now easily clean my nose area, clear out the sebum and smoothing out the surface of my pores. I think the brush is made of silicon that makes it skin-type friendly. To dispense the product, you have to push the button found on the side of the packaging. It took me 5 pumps to finally dispense the product. The upper part of the container where the brush is is detachable so you can wash it after every use.
The cleanser itself comes in a gray-is color probably because it contains black rice extract, black sesame extract, and black bean extract that help eliminate dead skin, has a calming effect, and gives elasticity to the skin. Use it on a damp skin in order for the cleanser to foam and clean the skin better. It does cleans the pores and removes the sebum quite well, although not completely. My face is smoother and shinier after using it and makes foundation application much easier. Also, it does not dry out my skin (I have dry skin, btw).
Inside YesStyle Beauty Box #17 - Skincare Essentials Inside YesStyle Beauty Box #17 - Skincare Essentials As for the products in sample sizes, Etude House Honey Cera Cream, Agatha Paris Essentiel Emulsion, and Etude House AC Clean Up Pink Powder Mask are my favorites. I love keeping them with me at all times, especially during the days when I have to stay at school longer that I should be. They keep my skin well-moisturized and breakout free due to stress and lack of sleep.
Inside YesStyle Beauty Box #17 - Skincare Essentials To sum it all up, this box has it all to tend all your skincare needs. You can get your own YSBeautyBox through this link for only Php1,917.66 / USD34.93. As far as I know, this box is made especially for those with normal to combination skin, so if you feel like you need a new skincare routine, this is the right box for you!
Inside YesStyle Beauty Box #17 - Skincare Essentials

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