Breathe Deep

HK Magazine - - HEALTH & BEAUTY -

Find­ing ve­gan, cru­elty-free skin­care that uses nat­u­ral in­gre­di­ents suited for sen­si­tive skin in Hong Kong can be hard, es­pe­cially if you don’t want to walk around in a po­tent Lush cloud ev­ery day. Step­ping in to help is in­die Korean skin­care brand which of­fers a lightly scented al­ter­na­tive, and has re­cently launched in Hong Kong. Start­ing with step one in its sig­na­ture range, the O2 oxy­gen bub­ble mask ($480/50ml) is one hel­luva party trick: you ap­ply a thick layer of the gel to clean skin, and after a few min­utes it be­gins to foam up—no lath­er­ing re­quired—to rid your skin of im­pu­ri­ties. After wash­ing it off, my skin was sup­ple but not taut, and my pores were clearer and smaller. You fol­low up with a sheet mask ($330 for five): the mois­tur­iz­ing Water­ful Hy­dro Mask, which feels much lighter than the pore-detox­i­fy­ing Lu­mi­nous Pu­ri­fy­ing Mask. The masks them­selves are thicker than most, and are shaped for smaller but wider faces.

roselina-skin­care.com

Roselina,

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