Haul: IOPE

This is a belated post because I got these <strong>IOPE</strong> items a week or two ago when I went back home. My sister actually picked these two things up for me. I like using Asian skin care products, but I don`t have access to them when I`m away at school. So when I go back home I try to take advantage of the Asian stores that sell skin care products. My sister uses mostly Asian products so she`s always trying out new products and she always tries to purchase them for me to try too.

<strong>IOPE Mild Clinic Sun Protector</strong>
<dd>She purchased another sunblock for me. I`m still not done using the previous bottle, but it doesn`t hurt to have a back-up. I actually really like this sunblock because it doesn`t feel too heavy or too greasy on my skin. The formula is a little bit thinner and more watery than other sunblocks so it applies nicely and evenly on my skin. It has an SPF of 25 with PA++. I`ve only tried two Korean sunblocks: this IOPE one and a Sulwhasoo one. I prefer the IOPE because it`s not as thick and heavy. Plus, it`s a lot cheaper. The Sulwhasoo one costs more than $50! But I think the IOPE one is about half the price, maybe a little bit more.</dd>

<strong>IOPE Super Vital VIP Basic Gift</strong>
<dd>The other item was a gift that she received when she made her purchase. It`s a small sample box with a three different items inside. The sample box includes: Super Vital Extra Moist Softener, Super Vital Extra Moist Emulsion, and Super Vital Extra Moist Cream. I love buying Korean skin care products because the samples that they give you are pretty decently sized so you can give the products a good try before deciding whether or not it works for you. I did a little research online and supposedly this line is great for targeting dry skin.</dd>

<em>What`s your favorite sunblock? Do you like using Asian skin care products or cosmetics?</em>

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