KOREAN SKIN CARE FOR OILY SKIN!! | HAUL, TESTING & REVIEW!!

KOREAN SKIN CARE FOR OILY SKIN!! | HAUL, TESTING & REVIEW!!

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  1. Theresa Martinez
    Theresa Martinez 16 April, 2017, 05:39

    Can you do one for dry skin?

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  2. Benedicta Agha
    Benedicta Agha 16 April, 2017, 05:39

    Iherb is great but the shipping is ridiculous

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  3. MeL Gyler
    MeL Gyler 16 April, 2017, 05:39

    I have.. Innisfree jeju scrub foam and super volcanic clay mask.. and they are AMAZING!

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  4. Madison Caudullo
    Madison Caudullo 16 April, 2017, 05:39

    I hope it doesn't make you feel weird to be known as the oily skin queen, because SERIOUSLY GIRL YOU ARE A LIFESAVER!!

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  5. Ida Ayu Ratih Vidyasari
    Ida Ayu Ratih Vidyasari 16 April, 2017, 05:39

    my friend ussualy buy korean skin care in http://www.stylekorean.com (and then I buy it from her 😅😅). I recently try cosrx. still in progress but already feel the difference.

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  6. Marie Casimir
    Marie Casimir 16 April, 2017, 05:39

    ur pretty with no foundation and stuff ❤❤

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  7. Ashley Nisperos
    Ashley Nisperos 16 April, 2017, 05:39

    Can you do a video trying the 10 Step Korean Skincare for a week or month?

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  8. H. Miller
    H. Miller 16 April, 2017, 05:39

    Amazon has a huge collection of Korean products. I highly recommend going natural as much as you can. I try to stick with natural products that are cheapest for what I need, use the whole of the ingredients, and have no harsh chemicals.

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  9. H. Miller
    H. Miller 16 April, 2017, 05:39

    I live in the USA. If Australia has Pure Witch Hazel I highly recommend looking into it.

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  10. Rasdita Nurhidayati
    Rasdita Nurhidayati 16 April, 2017, 05:39

    after trying the layering Korean skincare. my skin get much better and get less acnes.

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  11. josephinemolini
    josephinemolini 16 April, 2017, 05:39

    there are two ebay shops that sell korean skincare for a lot cheaper than most online stores, roseroseau and roseroseshop, free shipping

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  12. Erin Peters
    Erin Peters 16 April, 2017, 05:39

    in the US, I can order Korean skincare from Memebox, wishtrend, and beauty beyond borders (they also have a monthly subscription box). I'm not sure if all those websites ship to Australia. I would also recommend watching meejmuse on Youtube. she's Australian, too, but focuses on korean beauty, since she is of Korean descent. thanks for the oily skin videos!

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  13. Brittany Dalbert
    Brittany Dalbert 16 April, 2017, 05:39

    Please please please review the Formula 10.0.6 skincare line at ULTA!

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  14. rosalinda r
    rosalinda r 16 April, 2017, 05:39

    update on these products please. I want to know if I should purchase some. lol

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  15. R.L RZ
    R.L RZ 16 April, 2017, 05:39

    I want to try Korean skincare. I hear it's better. And if it's affordable, even better 😊

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  16. Melody Stanley
    Melody Stanley 16 April, 2017, 05:39

    iHerb is more expensive. I find that Amazon is cheaper.

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  17. HANY NUR ILIANA YUSOF
    HANY NUR ILIANA YUSOF 16 April, 2017, 05:39

    @nikkiajoy pls try skinmiso too. The pore corset serum and pore zero night cream are superb!!😍 you will love it cz we have the same oily skin and enlarged pores.🙊hope you will try it later and give some reviews.

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  18. HypnoticaSpice
    HypnoticaSpice 16 April, 2017, 05:39

    if u want to minimise your pore size you can apply ice cube to your face until youre numb

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  19. Anna Luisa
    Anna Luisa 16 April, 2017, 05:39

    I'm also in love with korean skin care. You should also try korean face mask sheets. 🙂 i get mine at stylekorean.com 🙂

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  20. Yazt Hyukkie
    Yazt Hyukkie 16 April, 2017, 05:39

    cosrx products are really good

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  21. Zurinah Shafi'e
    Zurinah Shafi'e 16 April, 2017, 05:39

    have you try cushion compact powder or bb cream?cause when i wear them it make my face even more oily. Any recommendation?

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  22. Vivienne Poison
    Vivienne Poison 16 April, 2017, 05:39

    Thank you so much for all your videos! I have oily skin with large pores and I used to think that I had this perma-blackhead thing going on that would frustrate me to no end but then I watched one of your videos where you spoke of the same thing- telling me it was just sebum! Ever since then I've begun to apply your tips and tricks to my routine, my favorite thus far has been the eye primer to the nose- girl you were preaching to ME! Problem solved! I've followed every video since then and been recommending you to any fellow sebum-holding friends of mine. I am looking to add in a toner for the first time to my steps and I'm excited to try the one you used (unless you can recommend better! I'd rather not waste the money!) and I will for sure be buying some of these mask, I'm a mask freak and apply different ones at the same time to different parts of the face depending on what is needed. Thank you so much again for your help, advice and videos!
    With <3 from Texas!

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  23. Itsjustjeannn
    Itsjustjeannn 16 April, 2017, 05:39

    I totally love the Innisfree super volcanic pore clay mask! You should try out the Skinfood's black sugar mask! 😘😍

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  24. Itsjustjeannn
    Itsjustjeannn 16 April, 2017, 05:39

    I'm a huge fan of Korean products! Please do a vid on best Korean makeup for oily skin!

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  25. quỳnh nguyệt
    quỳnh nguyệt 16 April, 2017, 05:39

    what's your opinion about green tea seed serum of innisfree Nikkia ? i'm struggling to my find a serum for my oily, acne-prone skin . and i love your video so much . looking forward to seeing more .

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  26. heyitsrosie
    heyitsrosie 16 April, 2017, 05:39

    have you tried korean essences? thats the strong point of korean skin care and it literally changes your skin!

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  27. Yvette Young
    Yvette Young 16 April, 2017, 05:39

    I'm also an oily skinned girl. I love love LOVE all of your videos and have made purchases based on your recommendations, so far all hits! Can you PLEASE do a skincare video for your current skin care routine? xoxo's

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  28. Sue Shaleh
    Sue Shaleh 16 April, 2017, 05:39

    You should try the Missha First Treatment essence. It's a really affordable dupe for the cult-favourite, SK II Facial Treatment Essence. It would come right after your toner step. Just use your palms to press the product into your face instead of using a cotton pad. It's great for your neck and the backs of your hands too. I find that the pigmentations and sun spots on the backs of my hands have faded so much that I can't really see them anymore. Just beautiful, soft and youthful hands. COSRX also has their own affordable version of it called the 95 Galactomyces (the same fermented ingredient that's the star ingredient in the SK-II FTE, except that SK-II has patented theirs and called it Pitera) whitening power essence. The Missha one uses Saccharomyces ferment filtrate instead of Galactomyces ferment filtrate but they are very similar. Fermentation allows the ingredients to be absorbed better into the skin and increases cell turnover rate which is why it is so popular in the Asian beauty market. SK-II really was the pioneer of this technology but their product is just so darn expensive that only Cate Blanchett can afford it. But then again, she gets hers free.

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  29. lindsey weist
    lindsey weist 16 April, 2017, 05:39

    CAN SOME ONE HELP ME PLS😂? So I have kinda dry skin like I have dry patches on my cheeks and the rest of my face is sometimes flakey so I have dry skin but I sweat ALOT so my face gets oily so I do have oily skin but I need a matte foundation that won't stick to my dry patches. And I have a lot of redness on my face so I have a pink undertone and I'm pale. Does anyone know what foundation I can use?

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  30. Momo - chan
    Momo - chan 16 April, 2017, 05:39

    These products are very affordable, thank you so much!

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  31. Nina Blazheva
    Nina Blazheva 16 April, 2017, 05:39

    dear, please advise what lipstick you are wearing in this video? you look gorgeous !

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  32. Am
    Am 16 April, 2017, 05:39

    Did you do an update on how your skin did that day? Did the masks clean out your pores? You didn't do close ups or give your thoughts on that part!

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  33. A. ANS
    A. ANS 16 April, 2017, 05:39

    I tried Korean and US skincare, but Korean skincare is the product that I love the most. Very affordable, and do the job very well. I love Korean skincare. They're the best

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  34. Vindu Ekanayaka
    Vindu Ekanayaka 16 April, 2017, 05:39

    hi nikkia , most of above brands are not available in i herb . just check it . where i can buy them ?
    thanks

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  35. Miki
    Miki 16 April, 2017, 05:39

    Heya Nikki. Fab video as always thank you. I have super oily peri-menopausal skin and have moved to Korean skin care with amazing results! The Mizon All in One Snail Cream has been a saviour & is now my HG moisturiser. I can recommend the Innisfree Green Tea toner & The Face Shop Rice Oil makeup remover. If you like face masks try the Tony Moly Rice sheet mask – OMG your skin feels soooooo soft afterwards. Hope you enjoy your products xxxxxxx

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  36. Sugaree43
    Sugaree43 16 April, 2017, 05:39

    So going to try some of this. Thank you!

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