Ugh. Winter weather is the worst, isn’t it? I hate how drying this time of year can be on my skin. Fortunately, I’ve got a secret weapon in the form of this Neogen Code 9 White Sparkling Cream. Phew. Panic over.
I stumbled across this Korean beauty wonder during a fairly innocent trip to T.K. Maxx (T.J. Maxx for my darling American readers) on High Street Kensington, London. Actually, that’s a blatant lie. As you’ll see from one of my recent K-beauty blog posts, I’m well aware they sell lots of Korean beauty products in T.K. Maxx. Hence why any trip to one of their stores is never innocent. Oh dear…
Back to the cream.
I love everything about it. The sleek, modern packaging is cool and it looks lovely on my nightstand.
I’ll admit, I usually prefer to buy a moisturiser that targets redness and rosacea but after cutting out certain foods (you can read about my journey here), including one of the main rosacea triggers (dairy), my skin doesn’t appear to be as irritated.
During winter I need something really moisturising for my skin that also eliminates any dry patches. This Neogen Code 9 White Sparkling Cream is brilliant. I can’t be without it.
The creamy, watery formula is enriched with white capsules which help make my skin vibrant. It really boosts my complexion if it looks dull. It’s very lightweight and cooling on my skin. It’s such a pleasure to use.
Ingredients include niacinamide to brighten as well as snow lotus and white flower complex to help promote a dewy appearance. Anything that helps me achieve a dewy complexion is always a winner!
Annoyingly, I only bought one of these in London but fortunately, I found one in the Newcastle branch of T.K. Maxx. I snapped it up. Obviously.
How about you? I’ve love to know if you’ve bought any K-beauty products from T.K. Maxx.
Neogen at T.K. Maxx, £9.99