Last night, I treated my skin to a Rose Natural Energy Mask Sheet from Botanic Farm and my skin looked brighter, felt super smooth, and was definitely re-hydrated. I love that the mask is paraben-free, made with plant-based ingredients, and has 3 layers of natural Cellulose.
To prepare for my audition in the morning, I also love treating my eyes to the Salmon Egg Hydrogel Eye Patches whenever I have puffy or swollen eyes and need to be on-camera. The night before, I put them under my eyes for about 20 or 30 minutes and then I rub in the residual moisture into my skin for visible results of less puffiness, so I can audition with confidence.
Another one of my favorite products from Botanic Farm is their Rice Ferment First Essence toner that aims to fade out dark spots on the face. I'm excited to use it on a daily basis and see what my results will be over time.
Botanic Farm also offers an array of other facial care products from sunscreens, cleansers, cleansing water, make-up collection, make-up removers, and more.
More about Botanic Farm:
Originating from Daegu, South Korea, Emily Cosmetic began its research and production of cosmetic goods from as early as 2008, in the era of the Korean Cosmetic Industry’s “Golden 10 Years”. Riding along the Hallyu Waves, Korean cosmetics quickly won over Asian markets with its high quality products that come with an affordable price tag. It is during then Emily Cosmetic expanded its cosmetics market to the Asia Pacific region.
In 2010, Emily Cosmetic developed Botanic Farm – a line of natural cosmetics that go in line with an ecological philosophy. The cosmetics company worked closely with South Korea’s largest OEM skincare factory – Kolmar – in developing the series. The process took over 4 years and in 2014, Botanic Farm – Emily Cosmetic signature series was released to the market and received high praise. Emily Cosmetic will carry on with its research and development towards producing more skincare products that will benefit all.