Tag: skincare for dry skin
The other day I was going through my drafts for Makeup4all, and I was shocked that some of them are from 2009…And the one that caught my attention was this round-up of Clarins cleansers (you can read more details by clicking the “review” links).
Back in 2014 I have posted part I of toners suitable for my skin type (dry and sensitive), and promised to share about the cleansers. So it is better late than never, right?
Here we go:
Pure Melt Cleansing Gel (review)
This is probably my favourite cleanser from Clarins, it smalls amazing, works great for massaging the face and turns into milk after you mix it with water.
Daily Energizer Cleansing Gel (review)
Autumn/Winter is the time to introduce oils in your skincare regimen, if for some reason you are not using any yet. This is why today I want to share about one of my favourite oils of all time. And I was actually surprised to to see that I never wrote a feature about Clarins Santal Face Treatment Oil.
I have used up my current bottle, so it seems like a perfect time to share.
Clarins have three facial oils, and this particular one was created for dry skin, with pure
I’ve promised to be better with my skincare reviews, so here is another one. I’ve just used the very last drop of Caudalie Vinosource Overnight Recovery Oil recently so here is my impression.
First of all, I really loved the glass packaging and the beautiful colour & design, it looks like a high-end product with a very good price tag, compared to similar products, £26 from from Feel Unique and $52 from Sephora for 30 ml. It also comes with a great dropper which allows you to us all the product, without any waste.
The other thing which I absolutely adore is the rose scent. Regular readers know that I am a die-hard fan. But don’t worry, it is not too overpowering or overwhelming.
As for the oil itself it has a very good list of the ingredients, and I was hoping for a miracle-in-a-bottle kind of product since it is marketed for very dry skin.
Although I did like it, I found that it
I have been promising a review of Balance Me Radiance Face Oil for quite some time now. So here is is finally…
*Spoiler alert* It is one of the best oils out there (I like as much as my REN), especially for the price, and I have actually used it up to the very last drop. No wonder that it is an award-winning material.
Speaking of the price, it retails for £30 for 30 ml which is a very good value for money, especially for the quality, it is half cheaper than some other oils that have a similar effect.
“Radiance” is a prefect name, as it really changes the way your complexion looks, it does add radiance and glow. The product does not leave an oily or greasy residue but instead softens the skin, and works perfectly under a moisturizer. I personally
Regular readers probably noticed that now I publish only one feature per day, instead of two, as I always did. The thing is that I am very busy until the beginning of July. I have several major deadlines, and, unfortunately, can’t post as much as I’d love to. There may be some days without any features at all, so please bare with me.
I did not want to disappear without explaining…