I wasn’t actively searching for new skincare products but I remember my Korean friend who came to Singapore for a student exchange program showing me hers from a Korean brand, Dr Nu:ell. You know how much Koreans love their skincare. There was this super amazing cleanser that foams up, removes makeup AND cleanses. Unfortunately she bought hers in Korea and I didn’t think much of it.
Recently I spotted Dr Nu:ell products OG People’s Park! I’d have to say the promoter did a great job in demonstrating the efficacy of each product. I was completely sold on so many of them, and also because there was a promotion going on haha.
Oily Skin & Acne
We all need a certain amount of oil in our skin to keep it healthy and radiant. But having oily skin means the oil glands are in overdrive and are producing above the required amount. This excess oil (sebum) leads to blemishes and acne. Therefore people with oily skin are more prone to suffer from acne problems.
Besides having oily skin, I also have sensitive skin. Having sensitive skin means having to be extra careful about what I put on my skin, so I’m especially particular about my skincare products. The moment a product triggers a response in the form of redness, itch, or burning sensation, I stop using it immediately.
Let me show you the three items I bought:
- Enzyme O2 Bubble Cleanser
- BB Cream SPF 30 Triple Action
- Micell Spot Triple Action Concealer
Oh, before I elaborate, I’d like to add that I love the photos I took for this post. Hahaha! I was thinking of where to take photos of them when I remembered a close friend was going to have her house-warming ceremony so I asked if I could take some photos in her house. She was honored and even more surprised that I was in love with her bathroom. LOL. I also want to make my bathroom cosy and dim like that.
Dr Nu:ell Enzyme O2 Bubble Cleanser
The Bubble Cleanser must be the star buy of the range coz it was the first product the promoter demonstrated to get my attention. And I later realized it’s not the star buy without reason!
It’s a makeup cleanser AND facial cleanser that should be applied on dry skin, allowed to sit for 10-20 seconds to let it foam up, massaged to get the grime and makeup moving along, and then rinsed away.
I’m now a big fan of it myself!
This is one pump. I usually use 2 full pumps for the entire face.
Look how it foams up! All these happened in less than 10 seconds.