Friday, October 23, 2009


Hi everyone.
My name is Nim. I just know about Skinfood, the cosmetic from Korea, from my Thai friend.

What is Skin Food?

Skin Food (Hangul: 스킨푸드) is a South Korean cosmetics manufacturer that was established in 1957 with it's headquarters in Seoul.

Skin Food has become a well-known cosmetic and skincare brand in many countries outside South Korea such as Taiwan, Malaysia, Singapore, Hong Kong and many others. The appealing factor of Skin Food is the use of natural food and produce in its original form as ingredients in their products. In addition, the use of natural ingredients also plays a significant role in their success today. Their products range from makeup, skin care, body and hair products.

Skin Food's logo, as seen on all of their products, is a guardian angel. The logo was designed to convey the message to their customers of the purity and goodness in their products. In addition, the logo also connote that Skin Food is like a guardian angel sent to protect and carefully guard your skin towards a healthier skin. Korean actress Sung Yu Ri has also been featured in Skin Food Korea commercials.

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* Information of Expiration Date*
Date on the products means manufacturing date Not expiration date.
Expiration date is 3 years after from manufacturing date.

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Know your Skin Type

The first step towards beautiful skin is working out what your skin type is. This is necessary so that you can work out how to care for your skin, and what products you should use. Below are the features of the 5 main skin types which you can compare to your own skin type. Once you have decided what type your skin is you can find out what the best way is to look after your skin.

Normal Skin Type

Normal skin does not feel dry or oily.
Pores are visible but not large or clogged.
After a wash it feels smooth and comfortable.
At midday it still looks fresh and clean.
Only occasionally break out in spots.

Dry Skin Type

Dry skin

has a thin and papery texture.
It feels dry to touch.
The pores are very fine.
After a wash it feels tight, as though it is too small for the face.
By midday flaky patches appear.
Hardly ever break out in spots.

Oily Skin Type

Oily skin feels very greasy.
The texture is often very thick and coarse.
There are large, visible pores.
After a wash it feels fine.
By midday it looks shiny.
Often break out in spots.

Combination Skin Type

Combination skin is normal with a few dry patches and a few oily patches.
Dryness is usually on the cheeks.
Oiliness is usually on the T-zone.
After a wash some areas feel dry and some smooth.
By the midday the T-zone is shiny.
Often break out in spots in the T-zone.
Most women have combination skin.

Sensitive Skin Type

Sensitive skin

can be easily irritated.
Typical reactions are itching, burning, chafing and stinging.
After a wash a wash it feels dry and itchy in places.
By midday there are flaky patches and some redness.
Occasionally break out in spots.

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1 comment:

  1. so you are fan then

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