Gender neutral, ingredient focused, inexpensive and TikTok famous. Sounds
Continue reading “Brand Review | The Inkey List (niacinamide, retinol, eye creams, oat cleanser & more)”
like The Ordinary good, right? Over the past few months, I’ve been testing out quite an assortment of The Inkey List’s skincare products to see if they can make my skin look as Gen Z as the audience they market to.
I’m not a fan of oily textures when it comes to skincare. That being said, this past year I’ve discovered and fallen in love with emulsifying oil cleansers. It took me way longer than I care to admit to find out about those. It’s shameful. Not only because I pride myself in being a connoisseur of all things makeup related, but because I might have gone through cleansers more often and stumble upon these sooner if I didn’t skip taking off my makeup before going to bed so often.
Yep, I’m one of those.
Continue reading “Review | MAULI Supreme Skin Cleansing Oil”
A retrospective analysis of skincare products I used up over the past few months: some staples, some discontinued treasures, and a few bad choices. And whether or not I will/can repurchase.
Continue reading “Skincare Empties – Tried, tested… but trusted?”
SkinCeuticals is a brand that markets itself as “advanced skincare backed by science”. They divide their range in three major categories: Prevent, Protect and Correct. They’re a very clinical, no fluff no fuss brand, that doesn’t claim miracles and takes packaging into consideration to best preserve the active ingredients of their line – in this sense it reminds me of The Ordinary. In the price sense, it doesn’t. They ain’t cheap.
Continue reading “SkinCeuticals review: Clariflying Clay Masque, Gentle Cleanser and C E Ferulic Serum”