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My name is Tammy and I've been blogging for over a decade now. I work full-time in my dream company while juggling love, life, this cute blog and a blogger's community called The Butterfly Project. People often tell me that I'm a wonder woman, but in reality - if it's something you love, you can do wonders.

When I'm not wondering, I'll be on my computer searching for the next fountain of youth or hunting down a fantastic deal. I'm also a shopaholic, wanderluster, spa enthusiast and proud hipster who loves planning special occasions and surprises for her loved ones.
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  • What's New? KBeauty SEP Jeju Mask

    7.12.2017


    SEP sounds familiar, right? I just can't knock it off my head where I heard about it when they e-mail me to see if I would do a collaboration with their brand for Butterfly Project to review their masks. I did some digging online and saw that they had an official launch with Watsons Malaysia last December at the fancy expensive event place @ Glasshouse Seputeh. How I wish I could do an event at this place *drolls* but it's freaking expensive (I almost fainted looking at their rates). The event space is catered more for weddings hence the price but has become popular for brands to hold events there.

    Anyway so as usual before accepting any collaboration, I'll do some research into what the brand or products are before agreeing to hold a review activity. They passed my inspection and I thought it'll be good to also blog about them here on my blog. Since I'm heavily into KBeauty these days, I guess it makes more sense that I built more content around this on my blog. I have access and information to a wide range of KBeauty products, even new ones incoming. Call it my lucky star that this dawn on me after 2 years into KBeauty industry.

    But don't worry, I am a born consumer, spending money is my hobby. I'm not going to be siding anyone but I hope these are a great start to introducing new KBeauty brands to KBeauty lovers. 

    So I was reading SEP's fact file and it says they're one of South Korea's leading beauty brand (really?) and now they're in Malaysia. Their products are formulated with clean and natural key ingredients from Jeju Island, South Korea. Obsessed over the mystical island with clean water and refreshing air all year round (something I hope to see myself) and the fertile soil thanks to the volcanic eruption 2 million years ago, Jeju Island has become popular to brands for its rich ecological growth of flora and fauna. Many brands, including Innisfree has taken advantage of this island and marketing Jeju to the entire world. Which is why Jeju is on my to see bucket list next time I get a vacation.

    So the line has 4 variants of facial masks to address different skin types and concerns (but in retrospect, they're suitable for all skin types) They are the SEP Canola Honey Nourishing Mask, SEP Cactus Fruit Moisturizing Mask, SEP Tangerine Brightening Mask, and SEP Green Tea Soothing Mask.

    And to distinguish themselves apart from their competitors, SEP Jeju Mask Pack uses an innovative formula known as air pocket sheet which contains small airy space on the material that adheres to the skin to trap air and lock in all the rich goodness of the essence. This increased enables max. absorption of product into your skin. The masks are made to fit any face shape! (they claim).


    GET TO KNOW THE MASKS


    SEP Canola Honey Nourishing Mask

    It is formulated with concentrated honey extract from Jeju Canola Honey that is high in protein, fatty acid, vitamins and minerals that deeply nourishes and intensely hydrates the skin. The addition of Centella Asiatica, also known as ‘tiger grass’, that contains a significant amount of madecassic acid helps to revive dull and dehydrated skin. Rose water, chamomile, and lavender that were added into the mask offers a lovely scent that provides 2 soothing effect suitable for relieving anxiety, while aloe vera is known for its nourishing properties that moisturise dry skins, providing the skin a healthy glow.

    SEP Tangerine Brightening Mask

    This mask brightens dry and dull looking skin with Jeju tangerine and cucumber that contain rich amount of nutrients, such as Vitamin C which enhances the brightening process and helps to diminish the look of existing pigmentation. It contains all-natural ingredients harvested in Jeju Island, such as Devil’s claw herb that is anti-inflammatory and has sterilization effect; Daisy that is great for detoxification and whitening effect; Edelweiss and Niacinamide that has high content of water-soluble Vitamin B3 which helps skin whitening. 

    SEP Cactus Fruit Moisturizing Mask

    This ultra-moisturizing mask gives dry complexions a revitalizing and hydrating boost it deserves as the cactus fruit has a high content of Vitamin C. It also contains many other nourishing natural ingredients from Jeju Island including aloe vera, bamboo, hyaluronic acid and basil. To enhance the absorption of the nutrients, oat seed is added to the mask to gently exfoliates, cleanses and nourishes the skin. This mask is suitable for sensitive skin as it comes with Salvia extract – a herb that is anti-inflammatory and has sterilization effect that helps revive and heals the skin.

    SEP Green Tea Soothing Mask

    This ultimate soothing mask is loaded with high concentration of green tea extract that comforts irritated skin, resulting in healthier and more radiant-looking complexion. While tea tree has anti-bacterial and sterilization reaction that deeply soothes the skin, Centella Asiatica has madecassic acid substance that helps in skin renewal. On top of that, propolis, yam essence and lavender help refresh and moisturize the skin, leaving it soft and supple.  

    Sounds good, I've asked for them to send me samples so I could include in my review here if they're any good. I'll be also hosting this review activity on Butterfly Project for 20 butterflies to review all 4 types of the masks (awesome right?). To be accurate, 4 boxes @ 20pcs of mask! It's raining mask heaven yay.

    SEP Jeju Mask Pack will be available exclusively at all nationwide Watsons stores at RM5.90/pc and RM24.90/box (5pcs).

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    5 comments:

    1. Oooooo... Looking forward to your review then! <3

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    3. Wow. I believe that having these masks, one can make her look perfect looking by removing all type of dust.

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