Belif Skincare is an affordable departmental brand made famous in Seoul through its 4 star products. They promise true quality and safety through the use of non-synthetic ingredients. I was lucky to be invited to Belif’s blogger event and get to know more about the brand and its 4 star products.
Belif has 5 promises for it’s products:
True ingredients. True formula.
True safely. True benefit. True timelessness.
Belif is a true herbal cosmetic brand that delivers superb “true quality” and “true vaue” by upholding the 150-year old hearbal processing mehod and philosphy of a British herbalist.
Who is the British herbalist?
Ducan Napier was suffering from a chronic cough. He was the herbalist who founded Napiers, a British medicinal herb brand. Having developed a herbal medicine to cure his severe cough, he realized that herbs could be effective in treating other illness as well. He continued his studies in learning to make effective herbal remedies. In 1860, his first herbal clinic was opened in Edinburgh.
Belif was born. A brand that uses true herbs as its main ingredients, upholding Napiers’ 150 years of tradition and philosophy that have proven safe and effective for skin conditions.
Me at the event!
One of the top four star products – The True Cream Moisturizing Bomb!
Cutest mascot ever!
Belif packaging is plain, simple and straight to the point.
By reading the bar graph, you can find out the efficacy and safety of the product.
- Only contains natural aroma oil
- No mineral oil
- No synthetic fragrances
- No synthetic dyes
- No synthetic preservatives
- No animal origin ingredients
- Dermatologically tested
Belif’s trainer came to the event all the way from Korea!
We get to try the products on the spot.
And some fun activity! We get to draw on a piece of plastic and it will shrink when being heated in a microwave! Our theme is Belif of course!
Some of our works! Guess which is mine!
We were inspired by an array of Belif logos shown below.
And this is my work, made into a keychain! I realize that mine is not along the lines of cute at all. Instead, I think my “drawing” has more of the surfer’s vibe. I don’t quite know how to describe. Just can’t put my finger on it.
A little gift from our Korean trainer.
A beautiful Korean bookmark!
Reviews of the 4 star products are to be up soon!
Thanks for reading.