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Unboxing NoMakeNoLife

I haven't done a skincare or makeup review in a long while but I was recently sent a subscription box from No Make No Life . This is a monthly beauty box with 8-9 (full sized, I believe) items from Korean or Japanese skincare or cosmetic brands! It is only $35/month with free worldwide shipping so it is perfect for an Asian skincare or beauty junkie! Let's take a look at August's box:  We have two types of masks in the box from a Japanese brand. Unfortunately, since most of the information is in Japanese, I am unable to read the details. There is a card in the box that explains a little bit more about the products. Mint chocolate ice cream is my favorite ice cream flavor so I am definitely excited about these masks! You hardly ever see mint flavored products in the skincare or beauty industry because they tend to cause irritation to sensitive skin. I, on the other hand, love the cooling effect of mint and the scent of it. Apparently mint chocolate is trendy in
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