A year ago I had invincible skin — I could eat fried lavender goat cheese dipped in chocolate for every meal, poke and prod my face, and it was still perfect — thanks to a magical mix of hydroquinone, Retin-A, and hydrocortisone that was likely to leave me a mutant in a few years. I still switch between Retin-A and hydroquinone every six months, but nothing has proven more effective than my past tub of 90210 toxins. So I figure I’d experiment with Japanese and Korean skin whiteners.
According to an e-boutique pimping Kose Sekkisei products, Kose Sekkisei is one of the most popular whitening series in Asia, and Kose Medicated Sekkisei Whitening Cream is approved by Japan Ministry of Health.
So I wouldn’t buy a skin cream endorsed by any first lady besides Jackie O, but いくらですか?