Saturday, February 28, 2015

Innisfree - Wine Peeling Jelly Softener 180 ml review

Hello everybody,

this is Nana with her first review, ever!

Today, I will share my experience with peeling. I used a few peelings in my life, but usually it was very painful memory. A little dots in a liquid were scratching my face, I had also common allergic reactions. Until...

My boyfriend is really nice to me and from time to time he gives me Korean products. By some chance I crossed my patch with Innisfree - Wine Peeling Jelly Softener.

Bottle reminds me real wine!

When I first tried this peeling, its softness surprised me very nicely. Why? Smell is very fresh. (Note: it smells very good, I would maybe eat it! haha)
Liquid inside is thick and little peeling dots were not scratching my face. It surprised me. So, does it really work? No hard big dots, no effect? How can it peel my dead skin cells?

Thick liquid will gently touch your skin, and you will rub your face... You can use some cotton, or simply your hands. I highly recommend to clean your skin with your face foam first! If you will use just peeling first, you will spread dirt over your face.

Yes, I am a little bit disgusting to use my hands, but my hands are dry as well, and I have better feeling on my face and my hands as well, after using this product!

Result: My skin feels hydrated and fresh! You can see dead skin cells on my hand! Many people asked me, that it must be fake. (Mostly my mom!) But it's not. It really works, my super sensitive skin didn't recognize any allergic reactions. On my face and hand you can see dead skin cells. Don't look at it too close! It's a little bit embarrassing~ haha
Innisfree wine peeling jelly softener, about:

This hypoallergenic hydrating peeling softener creates a clear and smooth jelly-like skin as it exfoliates dead skin cells and provides moisture with wine.

In the end, summary, nobody likes too long posts: 

Design of the product: 5/5 (very creative, it looks/smells like a wine!)
Promised effect: 5/5 (I was nicely surprised)
Price: 4/5 (I've got this product for about 13 dollars, but I was lucky, if you are looking for buying it, it might go around 16-18 dollars)
Buying again?: 5/5 Definitely!

I hope you enjoyed my post! See you next time! Have a wonderful day! ^^

Friday, February 27, 2015

What "ddalgi" (딸기) actually mean?

Ddalgi is from Korean and it means strawberry. It's quite funny word, because I have a special pronunciation and nobody understands me. hahaha

Actually my boyfriend learned me that word. This word is cute in many languages, I know it in many languages as well. Soon strawberries will come to our shops and we will be able to enjoy them once again! I can't wait.

My specialty is this recipe, quite easy one. You will need only Nutella and Strawberries!!! So yummy~~~

You can imagine it's taste. Have a nice sweet day! ~ Nana ^^

Thursday, February 26, 2015


Hello everybody,

this is my first post as a beauty blogger. I would like to share my experience with beauty products. I am University student and I am interested in making girls prettier ~
Also, I love writing in English, but I am not the best. Please forgive me my mistakes. Because I am not native speaker.

Please enjoy my posts and take care of me!

Nana ^^


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