Korean Bounce Creams

Consumers are discovering Korean beauty brands simply because of the innovation and beauty technology behind the products.

The Bounce

Bounce Creams.  Yep. Because the consistency is similar to a  part jelly/gel/cream combination which simply ‘bounces’ back to its formulation even when you dip in and out of the jar.  Bounce creams have a light consistency.

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Four of our picks are:

Laniege Water bank Cream
Formulated to strengthen skin and retain moisture for 24 hours. Infused with skin-perfecting Hydro Ionized Mineral Water.

Enprani Dreams Come True Melted Cheese Cream 
This cream is not made from nor smells like cream cheese – it has the consistency of cream cheese and uses whey in its formulation. Get set for smooth, plump and bouncy skin.

Belif Aqua Bomb Cream
This soft white cream is a 26-hour moisturiser cream which keeps the skin soft and smooth with Comfrey Leaf extract.

Garnier Miracle Sleeping Cream

Garnier have used Korean formulation technology and launched their own version of the bounce cream.  Their Miracle Sleeping Cream smooths and moisturises the skin during the night and is designed to lessen the signs of fatique and tiredness.

 

Korean Rubber Masks

I know, we’ve gone from Korean bounce creams and now to Korean rubber masks. We just could not resist.

Do you remember watching those old movies where women having beauty treatments were able to peel off their beauty masks all at once with no breaks?  If so, a Korean rubber mask may be one you want to try.   There is a range of quality and price points and we are just focusing on two (extreme ends of the scale if you will).

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Shangreen Gold Premium Modeling Mask
Available as a set of five from specialist Korean Beauty retailer peach and lily for around $98 (£60).  These are ‘spa luxury’ standard and have been a standard in quality spas for years.

Lindsey Modeling Rubber Masks
The other are the Lindsey Modeling rubber masks available in five choices:

Collagen, Pearl, Lavender, Cool and Vitamin.  Each mask usually costs $6 (£4) or you can buy in sets

Available from glow recipe.   You mix these masks with water to get the right consistency, leave for a bit and then apply with the supplied spatula.

It would be interesting to see whether European or American Beauty brands bring out their own versions.  Korean Rubber masks have been around for a while now.

 

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