I am starting to revisit Japanese skincare brands. You see, I go through phases and one of them is switching between Western and Japanese lines. Of course I use a combination of both at any one time but I do have “moods” and right now, I am loving Japanese skincare again.
Anyway, one of my sisters told me about the Kanebo Impress skincare range and how lovely their facials were. About two weeks ago, I decided to pop by the Kanebo counter to see what the fuss was about. I tested a few products from the Impress Revitalizing line and was immediately sold.
The sales assistant told me they were having a promotion on the basic skincare set consisting of a creamy makeup remover, foaming cleanser, toner (what they call lotion) and moisturiser (emulsion). It’s not a cheap set but I think I saved almost RM200. They are all full-sized items and I only need to use very little each time, so I do foresee myself using them for quite a while.
In less than a week, I was already seeing some positive results and I went back to get a couple more products from the same range. This time I got the Moist Up Essence (serum) and Softening Oil, both of which I really adore.
I will post more details of each product in the future and today’s post is mainly to share my excitement of finding something that’s working out so well on me. My skin is in much better condition and feels a lot softer and hydrated. Quite honestly, my skin has not felt this way in a long time.
Another plus point is the mild and soothing rosy scent. I can’t tolerate strongly perfumed skincare especially those that linger on and on. The Kanebo Impress Revitalizing range all have a fresh and soft rose scent. Lovely stuff, really!
I think my excitement with this new skincare discovery is really showing. I’ll continue using the products for another month or two before reviewing a couple of them individually as it may be a wee bit early at this stage although everything has been very positive so far.
Have you tried any new skincare that you have been very happy with? Or do you have a current favourite that has been working wonders for you? Do share as I always like to find out what others are using.