Another Korean skincare review and I know this skincare seems very new to most of you.
You all know that when I found something amazing that works on my skin type then I would be happily share it to you.
This is what I love about Korean skincare – the industry doesn’t stop and tired on discovering new products for their growing market, and it’s very fascinating to learn more about them and including its ingredients.
Just like recently, I was reading my Facebook feed when I stumbled about the benefits of horse oil to our skin.
Such a beautiful horse, right? And yes, the horse oil comes from the horse – dead horses!
So what is horse oil that makes everyone so crazy about (including me!)?
During the early days in the East particularly in China, many people are said to be using horse oil to treat huge number of diseases, including as a cure for burn, rashes and insect bites. The fat is purified and deodorized to remove that awful smell. Nowadays, horse oil are now being used in therapy, cosmetology and even surgery. This substance is very rich in essential amino acids like keratin which helps us to have that glowing healthy nails and hair, making our hair shinier and full of vitality.
And yes horse oil are come from dead horses.
But the horse farmers doesn’t raise horses just for these horse oil. When horses are butchered for their meat, farmers are making extra cash by selling its horse oil. During the early days, the horse oil are being use for soap making (well even nowadays) and eventually many beauty and cosmetic companies are buying these oils and add as main ingredients to make our favourite creams.
Horse oil are become more popular because of it’s sterilize and known to be very absorbent to the skin.
It might be sound really bizarre, but knowing that most early Asians are very adventurous with many ingredients, animal fats including horse oil are now being used to variety of skincare products.
Because of this curiosity I’ve asked my Korean skincare supplier if they have available products with horse oil. Then I stumbled with these Ra&Gowoori Real Kill 9.9 Horse oil and Whitening Cream.
These Ra&Gowoori Real Kill creams are the latest craze in the online Korean skincare community.
Without blinking, I messaged my supplier and ordered one of each, for my trial and review and paid for my bill including shipping cost.
After the New Year’s holiday I’ve got an issue with some acne on my cheeks and it was annoying because it always leave dark spots on my face. Before applying these creams first I diligently removes my day make-up (especially if I wear any) then wash it thorough using my double cleansing technique using my current favourite cleansing oil and cleansing foam facial wash.
I made sure that I’ve toned by face and applied my essence and serum, before enjoying this horse oil cream.
This RA&Gowoori Real Kill 9.9 Horse Oil cream is coming popular online because of its very absorbent properties and also helps to easily heal some small scars and bumps. Some even used it for their underarms and claims to disappear their chicken-skin due to frequent plucking.
I’ll let the horse oil cream to absorb for few minutes, then I apply the RA&Gowoori Real Kill 9.9 Whitening Cream.
You might be wondering why am using a whitening agent, whereas you already know that many whitening products are not effective on me. This is whitening cream has proven to be a good whitening agent for more, and am glad that it works on them. I’ve been using this cream along with the horse cream to remove those dark spots brought by my previous acne. And guess what? It is effective!
Ra&Gowoori Real Kill 9.9 Whitening Cream might not help me lighten my face, but really helps to lighten those dark spots – and making it disappear!
I’ve been using these both creams for 3 weeks now, day and night very diligently and I am happy to share you the result!
Me after three weeks of diligently using Real Kill creams! It’s amazing! No makeup, just fixed my eyebrows and wear some lipgloss. It made my skin more glowing, smooth like a baby.
Dark spots are now gone and an am happily goes out with less make-up on!
… and with a hint of light make-up but focuses more on my eyebrows, hahaha
And another photo (in pikura background) with a light make-up on. Yes! Because I have achieve a healthy glowing skin, I don’t need to wear heavy makeup with layers and layers of foundations on.
Contact my Korean skincare supplier Anna Garcia via her Facebook.