My sister loves Korean and Japanese music and their celebrities that it is no wonder she has began to apply Korean and Japanese fashion into her clothes. Lately, she has been using Korean make-up products as well. She is all praises for The Face Shop, comparing it to a metal building for its quality.
The Face Shop is a South Korea-based retailer of body, bath, skin care and make-up products aimed at both women and men. It was founded in 1962 as a wholesale manufacturer of cosmetics. In 2003 the first retail stores opened, and spread rapidly. As of December 2005, there were 400 Face Shop branches in South Korea. The company’s marketing is largely based on natural products. The CEO of "TheFaceShop Co., Ltd." is Jeong Un-ho. There are now stores in many countries including Australia, Brunei, Canada, China, the Dominican Republic, Indonesia, Japan, Jordan, Malaysia, Mongolia, the Philippines, Singapore, Taiwan, Thailand, United States, and Vietnam.
If I can have Korean skin like this, I promise I will hoard Face Shop products to death:
They have the Pore Minimizer Line:
And they call it the Brightening Line – instead of whitening, because they claim your skin glows:
The Brightening Rice Cleanser
And here is what they have to say:
To achieve captivating skin, you should not stop at cleansing. Once or twice a week, apply facial masks, which wrap your skin, blocking air and other external factors, thus allowing hydrating nutrients and deep-cleansing ingredients to be sealed in the outermost layer of the skin instead of released out to the air.