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”
How cool would it be if this post was about me buying anti-wrinkle masks and neck cream for turkeys?
Not very much? Okay.
Like I mentioned before, when I’m travelling abroad I take the opportunity to get beauty items that are not available in my home country. This time was no different.Continue reading “Turkey Beauty Haul”
I love the multitude of beauty bloggers and youtubers that fill the internet with reviews and tutorials, but this post isn’t about them. That would be a never-ending list. This is a more finite type of post that showcases pages and websites that answer those questions you don’t remember to ask but have always been curious to know. Beyond opinions and “How to apply ___” magazine articles.
Most of them have a more science-y side of beauty and cosmetics (I’m a geek). Here they are, by category:Continue reading “Unexpected and Useful Makeup & Beauty Websites”
The Ordinary -the brand that hasn’t stopped making headlines since it launched. The Ordinary is a sub-brand of Deciem, a company that houses ten different brands, all launched at the same time in 2013. Its tagline isn’t “The Abnormal Beauty Company” for nothing.Continue reading “The brand, the products, the controversy: The Ordinary”