Thai Beauty Haul & Review

Wow, it has been a while since I started to write this blog post and longer since I actually bought the products. But it’s better late than never and at least now, after having used up almost all the products, I can review them more accurately.

I have learned my lesson and every time I go to Asia, I do my homework by researching local makeup and beauty brands to try. My trip to Thailand was not an exception and my VISA card bill proves it. There are many products that I wanted to get but either couldn’t find or I found alternatives better for my skin.

Taiwanese Beauty: Aeria Skin

So you guys know I have been trying Korean & Japanese beauty for a while now. But have you ever tried Taiwanese beauty (or Thai? stay tuned for a post on that one!)? I first noticed adorable sheet mask packages on YesStyle, and then I dug deeper and found a LOT of Taiwanese brands that make amazing products in lovely packaging. I was so excited when I received three packages with sheet mask from Aeria Skin. When choosing the sheet masks, I went for masks that would hydrate and brighten.

Korean Beauty: Purito

Purito is a Korean Beauty brand founded in 2014, but only recently I have seen it everywhere on Instagram and I am happy that I was contacted by eopenmarket to review some of their products. I went for four products – two full sized ones, and two as samples, so I can give them a try without having a too full beauty stash.
Purito claims that their products are made with pure and natural ingredients, thus the name “Purito”. They are not only trying to achieve having the best and safest ingredients in their products, but they are also caring for the environment. They simplified packaging made from recycled paper and they do not test on animals. Keep scrolling to see my mini-routine featuring Purito products!