Healthy, glowing skin has always been her focus when it came to beauty and cosmetics. She was never truly fond of covering up her imperfections, especially if the process was required day-after-day. So much work! So much money! So much makeup for one day! Instead, she began to work on obtaining and maintaining a clear and bright complexion, which has always made her confident even on her laziest Sundays.
Victoria created this blog so that she could share what she knows about the world of Asian skincare to those who are willing to take a look inside. As she has found many positives in her Asian skincare and personal regimen, she thought that she could perhaps use her experiences as a vehicle to help others with the same goal of having healthy skin. Not only that, she loves exploring the skincare world.
She can't promise you anything because everyone's skin reacts differently to products and many people have personal skincare beliefs and reservations, but she can introduce you to the what-ifs, the has-worked, and the untold adventures she has uncovered in the realm of Asian skincare so that you can make your own decisions. (And note! This blog is not just for the ladies!)
Over here, healthy skin is happy skin! Welcome!
Reviews and commentary on this blog are Victoria's own opinions and experiences; they are meant to be guides only. Certain products and techniques may or may not work for you, but her goal is to help you find products and techniques that do by providing as much insight as possible. She encourages everyone to try a product/technique that they are curious about for at least 2 weeks until making a final judgment. Skincare products do not reveal instantaneous results like makeup and require a longer period for you to see full effects. Korean skincare products normally stamp their products with a date of when the product was made rather than when the product will expire. Ingredients may be listed to help you with your skincare decisions, and while Victoria does like using products that are free of harmful ingredients, this blog may include products that are made with preservatives, most commonly methylparaben. Ultimately, any skincare decisions you make are yours.