Caryophy Portulaca Toner Review

(Gifted by jolse.com. No affiliate links.) What is it? It’s a toner. The first step after cleansing to hydrate, soothe and prepare skin for the next skincare steps, e.g. serums, ampoules, emulsions and creams. This toner in particular caught my eye for its great ingredients list and the fact that the purslane (Portulaca Oleracea) in … Continue reading Caryophy Portulaca Toner Review

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Innisfree Ginger Honey Ampoule Skin Review, Or One About Toners, Skins, Lotions and Ampoules

(Not sponsored. No affiliate links.) What is it? It is a toner, or skin in Korea, or lotion in Japan. These three terms are actually synonyms meaning skin softeners, if you like. The first steps in skin care routine right after (double) cleansing to prevent skin from getting dried out after cleansing and to soften … Continue reading Innisfree Ginger Honey Ampoule Skin Review, Or One About Toners, Skins, Lotions and Ampoules

Tosowoong Spot Brightening VITA Clinic All in One Moisture Vitamin Pads Review

(Not sponsored. No affiliate links.) What is it? These pads are all in one pre-soaked pads with purpose to exfoliate, brighten, tone and moisturize skin. It is made of microfiber fabric which is not irritating to the skin and removes dead skin cells or wastes. Sea buckthorn extract and 13 kinds of fruit extracts make … Continue reading Tosowoong Spot Brightening VITA Clinic All in One Moisture Vitamin Pads Review

Klairs Supple Preparation Unscented Toner Review

(Not sponsored. No affiliate links.) What is it? It’s a toner. Hydrating one. Actually the second version of the much hyped and extremely popular Klairs Supple Preparation Toner. This is what Klairs says: “Version II, The Supple Preparation Unscented Toner The unscented toner is the second version of the Original toner that excluded all essential … Continue reading Klairs Supple Preparation Unscented Toner Review

Alpha Hydroxy Acids (AHA), Beta Hydroxy Acids (BHA), Rosacea and The Three Musketeers Review

Alpha and Beta Hydroxy Acids are very useful and very engaged skin care ingredients. They both possess anti-age, anti-inflammatory, keratolytic, and skin resurfacing properties. Ok, they are mostly understood as exfoliants. Both types of these acids come as the ingredients of every type of skin care product; from the cleansers to moisturizers and masks and … Continue reading Alpha Hydroxy Acids (AHA), Beta Hydroxy Acids (BHA), Rosacea and The Three Musketeers Review