[REVIEW] Deja Poo 

“The feeling that you’ve done this before. Only this time, it smells better” – Keeva Essentials. 

A tag line which catches every toilet-conscious people who wishes to, as much as possible, leave their only trace inside the throne. And leave like nothing happened – and yes *raising my hands up*, ME – GUILTY. 🤣

Keeva Essentials had a very wise idea of coming up such magical potion. The packaging is a spritz-spray, thick plastic container, with a classy, chiq design that looks more a lot like a perfume. It’s very handy, thus, making the product travel friendly. 

A detailed instruction has been included in the container.

The product expiry date has also been included as well.

I got the mint scent, a subtle mint which reminds me the scent of tic tac mints. Just imagine how my p😍 smells like. 

Verdict: The product is VERY EFFECTIVE, and very worth it for the price at P235. But I got it on sale for around P170+. 

If interested, you may check them at their instagram account Keeva Essentials


[REVIEW] The SAEM Cover Perfection tip Concealer

I was searching for a good concealer, preferably a Korean concealer as their products haven’t failed me yet. Then I came across with one of Morgan’s youtube. She was citing all her best Korean hauls, then I saw this concealer. I’ve also read some reviews and found that it’s really a good concealer. So I decided to get one myself.

What got me attracted is the SPF 28/PA++ stated in the tube of the concealer. SPF (Sun Protection Factor) this is the protection from UVB rays and PA++ is for UVA protection. In our dear Earth, we really need SPF and PA++ , a much needed protection from the harmful UV rays. How amazing is that?

Let’s get on the product itself. The concealer comes in a plastic thin tube. I’ve accidentally threw it on the floor, and I hear a loud bounced noice (that was “fresh from mail” moment, which literally means that I haven’t opened the seal yet, and my heart skipped a bit.) which luckily, didn’t break the concealer.

The applicator of the product comes in a wand with a slanted sponge tip, which makes it easier to apply, and easier to control.

The product comes in creamy texture. It doesn’t dry easily which really makes the concealer easier to blend.

When I blended the product, I noticed that it easily coats the skin. 1 swipe for medium coverage (kindly refer to the image below) and double swipe for a heavier coverage. 


Tip: I suggest you to use a make-up remover when washing away the concealer off your skin. It doesn’t come out using a soap and a sponge.

All in all. I love the product. It doesn’t look cakey, it doesn’t crease. When I applied it under my eyes, my under eyes still looks like a part of my real skin! It also last long, even if I washed my face. And oh, it’s cheap. It’s 300+ here in the PH, roughly around $7-8 US dollars.

[REVIEW] Tony Moly I’m Real Red Wine Mask

I just hoarded masks from Korean stores here in the Philippines. Honestly, I’m a bit skeptical of putting this mask in my shopping basket thinking it might do wrong on my skin,  I have a super sensitive skin. 

Nevertheless, trying out the first mask, I got the opposite result. I’m thinking maybe TonyMoly got the formulation right to the point that my skin is really loving their mask. Continue reading for my review.

For this post, I would like to review Tony Moly’s I’m real Red Wine mask. One of the reasons why I decided to get this is because of it’s pore care promise.

From TonyMoly.ph site:

1. Micro emulsion essence type mask to give moisture to skin

2. 3 layer pulp mask sheet to give deep moisture

3. Red wine extract clear pores and give silky texture

Ingredients printed on the pack:


Instructions in Korean. Good thing they’ve included graphical pictures for those who don’t read Hangul.


Instructions in English:


1. After washing face, apply mask on face.

2. 20-30 minutes later, take off the mask and tap gently the essence onto face

My Verdict:

> The serum smells good. It smells like red wine, but the sweet grape scent is stronger than of the alcohol scent.

> It half-filled my mask serum container, meaning, I can pat this all over my house tomorrow ❤

> I used a cold mask, plus used it while I’m inside a cold room (17 degree c). It actually shrink my pores and tightened it. I highlighted the cold sheet and the room as I think it also added as a factor for tightening my pores.

> Brightening of skin right after usage.

> Relaxing feeling to the point I almost slept on it.

> I didn’t experienced any breakouts, and no irritations experienced after used, only soft, moisturized and supple skin.

> No cons at all, just full of love.

> I’ll definitely repurchase, 100% sure. I recommend this mask for skin type combination, sensitive, and acne-prone skin.

> Priced at P62.40 or $1.25

Has anyone of you tried this mask? How was it? Did your skin love it too? Can you share your current favorite masks in the comment section? 🙂 Thanks! ❤

[Haul] The First, Sulwhasoo, CosRX

When you want to try a product, and you see that the tag will cost you too much, you’d find a cheaper alternative. And here’s the alternative I’ve discovered: Product testers.

In the Philippines, tester price ranges from 12 php to 95 php. Some of them exceeds 100 php or 2$. But I think it’s better to spend 100 php instead of 3000php (60$) to see if your skin will love the product.

I’ve been applying a lot on my face, leaving my eyes empty. That’s why I decided to grab some high-end eye creams known in Korea – Sulwhasoo, and The First.

I’ve also purchased CosRX snail 96 mucin powder essence. I’ve been hearing a lot of good feedbacks about this. However, Im not sure how my skin will react with “snail” products, that’s why I decided to try first. Im planning to incorporate the snail essence in the morning, as Im using the Klair’s blue cream at night. 

I’ve only opened the Sulwhasoo Time treasure renovating eye cream ex. Here’s my initial verdict: 

Sulwhasoo Time Treasure Renovating Eye Cream EX. 

Just started to use this cream, Im on my 2nd day btw. As for my initial review, it’s a cream, but not creamy-oily. The smell is on a woody side, with a hint of medicine scent. It glides and spreads quickly on my skin. So far, so good. No sign of irritation, and no milia yet. It moisturizes the skin around my eyes, with a brightening effect. 


Let me know if you’ve tried, at any chance, the products I bought. It will be greatly appreciated! Thanks! ❤