Skinstation Experience: Obagi Daily Hydro Drops Review

During the past weeks I have been trying out the Obagi Daily Hydro Drops Serum , a luxury dermatological brand that you can easily find at Skin Station an online store that allows you to browse and buy luxury skincare products at the most competitive prices and getting the professional help to choose the right products depending of your skin type and needs, in my case I was suggested to try out this Obagi serum that is special for normal, combination and oily skin, I tend to have issues with hormonal acne but t the same time I have dry patches and I know my skin is dehydrated so needed some extra help in that sense.


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Review: Omorovicza, Midnight Renewal

One of the latest products released by Omorovicza is this Midnight Renewal as the names suggest this is a night-time serum designed to instantly boost the complexion and restore skin’s youthful vitality while we sleep.


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Review: Omorovicza, Queen of Hungary Evening Mist

In the skincare world Omorovicza is a well established luxury brand an probably the most famous product from the brand is the Queen of Hungary mist, a multitasking face mist that I personally tend to use it mostly in my morning routine. Well now the brand decided to release the Queen of Hungary night mist to add an extra to our night skincare routine, so today we will see what makes an interesting option for our night skincare routine


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Review: Olverum, Pure Radiance Facial Oil

Facial oils are products I have integrated to my daily skin care routine as a way to nourish my skin and seal the routine to avoid transepidermal water loss, how days the formulas developed allow any skin type to be able to use them and this time I tried a facial oil from the brand Olverum, I never really tried the brand before but I knew they have a good focus on spa and well being. Continue reading “Review: Olverum, Pure Radiance Facial Oil”

Review: Kiehl’s, Calendula Petal-Infused Calming Mask

When it comes to skincare routine I exfoliate my face twice a week, so after that I keep going with a serum and moisturiser although I tend to replace the moisturiser with a overnight mask as I consider them to nourish far better specially after an exfoliation, so far my favourites are the ones from Kiehl’s, this time I tried out the Calendula Petal-Infused Calming Mask. Continue reading “Review: Kiehl’s, Calendula Petal-Infused Calming Mask”

Review: Kiehl’s, Cannabis Sativa Seed Oil Herbal Concentrate

On another adventure to keep discovering Kiehl’s products I have been trying out the Cannabis Sativa Seed Oil Herbal concentrate, I have previously posted about the cleanser from this range that was a game changer when it comes to hormonal acne. Few days ago I had a bad break out after testing out the new Givenchy Prisme Libre foundation, I didn’t even remember the last time a foundation ended up being so nasty to my skin and luckily during those days this bad boy from Kiehl’s arrived so I had the perfect excuse to testing it out. Continue reading “Review: Kiehl’s, Cannabis Sativa Seed Oil Herbal Concentrate”

Review: Bioderma, Sebium Skincare Routine For Combination, Oily and Prone to Acne Skin

When it comes to skincare there are constant improvements from the vast majority of the brands, as they say “if you snooze you lose” and one of the top French laboratories, Bioderma knows very well how to keep a minimalist but advanced range or products for all the skin types, today I want to introduce to the new additions to Sebium range, specialised in combination , oily and prone to acne skin.  Continue reading “Review: Bioderma, Sebium Skincare Routine For Combination, Oily and Prone to Acne Skin”

Review: The Ordinary, Ascorbyl Glucoside Solution 12%

Ascorbyl Glucoside Solution 12% from The Ordinary is a highly-stable, water-soluble vitamin C derivative. Starring a water-soluble derivative of vitamin C, this brightening serum provides antioxidant protection to reduce signs of ageing and even out skin tone. Ascorbyl glucoside is considered a gold standard of vitamin C derivatives, thanks to its high stability and comfortable effects, The Ordinary’s formulation is delivered as an easily applied serum for effortless use. Continue reading “Review: The Ordinary, Ascorbyl Glucoside Solution 12%”

Review: Antipodes, Culture Probiotic Night Recovery Water Cream

We probably heard more about “probiotics” in food and of course the benefits of a healthy diet but lately in the beauty world we started to hear about them as part of skincare products. To make it simple the skin is a microbiome where you have all kind of bacteria good and bad that your body needs to keeps the balance, the probiotics are live bacteria that support the healthy bacteria in your body and as we age there are changes on the skin pH and microbiome so this is when helping out with skincare products with probiotics might be a good idea, so today I want to introduce one option that is 100% natural and Vegan.  Continue reading “Review: Antipodes, Culture Probiotic Night Recovery Water Cream”

Review: The Body Shop, CBD Range

CBD is an acronym for cannabidiol. It is one of many compounds called cannabinoids that are extracted from the cannabis sativa plant, also known as hemp, for their many different benefits. Even though hemp seed oil and CBD come from the same plant, they do not have the same benefits because they’re not extracted the same way. Continue reading “Review: The Body Shop, CBD Range”

Review: Wishful, Get Even Rose Oil

Brimming with 15 exceptionally nourishing oils, including rosehip and Damascus rose, this all-new (and non-comedogenic) Get Even Rose Oil locks in moisture, illuminates the skin tone and grants a glass-skin finish. Continue reading “Review: Wishful, Get Even Rose Oil”

Review: Institut Esthederm, Intensive Hyaluronic Skincare Routine

During the last couple of years we started to hear about Hyaluronic Acid applied to skincare products but many times there is a misconception that HA is reserved for dry skin, Hyaluronic acid (HA) is a sugar found naturally in our skin that holds water and helps keep it hydrated and plump. The HA within our bodies holds a thousand times its weight in water to not only retain all that moisture in our skin and joints, but also prevent all that moisture from evaporating into the air, now just like elastin and collagen this one also decrease in production as we get older so here is when we have to do our part to estimulate the production, internally as you can imagine our diet plays a vital role, no rocking science vegetables and fruits are in the top of the list, externally we can help our skin with skincare products like serums, creams, masks that keep the skin moisturised, helping to reduce the Transepidermal water loss. Continue reading “Review: Institut Esthederm, Intensive Hyaluronic Skincare Routine”

Review: Wishful, Yo Glow Enzyme Scrub

The first skincare product that Huda Kattan released with her skincare brand Wishful, Yo Glow Enzyme Scrub is a gentle, yet powerful exfoliating scrub infused with a combination of pineapple and papaya enzymes, BHAs and AHAs that leave the skin with a healthy glow. Continue reading “Review: Wishful, Yo Glow Enzyme Scrub”

Review: Bioderma, Pigmentbio Skincare Routine For Hyperpigmented skin

Melasma, hyperpigmentation, lentigines or age spots… How can you get rid of dark spots even if you have sensitive skin?   

Bioderma’s solution: Pigmentbio, a range tailored to treating hyperpigmented skin on the face or body with a complete programme of products to help brighten the skin. Continue reading “Review: Bioderma, Pigmentbio Skincare Routine For Hyperpigmented skin”

Review: Thalgo, Spiruline Boost Skincare Collection

Probably you have already heard before about Spirulina supplements for the body, is actually considered a super food that contains a large amount of essential nutrients. In case you never heard about it, spirulina is a blue green algae that can be collected from the surface of the lakes and for so many years it has been used merely as dietary supplement but as the beauty industry keep researching for new ingredients today we can start to see it on skincare products due to the all the benefits on the skin spirulina has shown to have. One of the brands that released a whole collection with it as the star ingredient is Thalgo. Continue reading “Review: Thalgo, Spiruline Boost Skincare Collection”

Review: Kiehl’s, Cannabis Sativa Seed Oil Herbal Cleanser

An herbaceous, calming face wash formulated with 96% naturally derived ingredients including hemp-derived Cold-pressed Cannabis Sativa Seed Oil and Green Oregano Oil. With a light gel texture, this purifying cleanser lifts away impurities for a refreshed, healthy-looking appearance.

Cannabis Sativa Seed Oil is derived from the hemp variety of the Cannabis Sativa Plant, which is non-psychoactive. Continue reading “Review: Kiehl’s, Cannabis Sativa Seed Oil Herbal Cleanser”

Review: Bioderma, Atoderm Body Care Routine For Normal, Dry And Atopic Skin

For so many years I didn’t really pay attention to what I have been using as body cream or shower gel, I have to admit that most of the time I used to choose highly scented products, never read the ingredients list, it was like the only part of my skin that deserved good treatment was my face and totally left my body aside. It was not till I got a bit of eczema due to the harsh products I was using on my skin but also to wash my clothes that I ended up being more selective and lately had an urticaria caused by stress so really had to be careful with my body care routine to don’t make the condition even worst. Continue reading “Review: Bioderma, Atoderm Body Care Routine For Normal, Dry And Atopic Skin”

Review: Kiehl’s, Super Multi-Corrective Cream

The well known anti-ageing facial cream from Kiehl’s, that helps visibly reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles has renovated it’s formula now enriched with PhytoMimetic Vitamin A, ProxylaneGX and Chaga Mushroom. Continue reading “Review: Kiehl’s, Super Multi-Corrective Cream”

Review: NeuroSkinFeeds, The MicroOil

There are certain ingredients that without us noticing they could give a positive or negative effect in our brain when it comes to our mood and state of mind, one easy example are perfumes they can make us feel sexy, happier, fresh or certain oils like lavender they could relax our mind and give us a better sleep, so here I’m going to share a face oil that I have been using and the results I noticed. Continue reading “Review: NeuroSkinFeeds, The MicroOil”

Review: Bioderma, Sensibio Skincare Routine For Sensitive Skin

The cold weather season comes or we just have sensitive skin and we have to find gentle products to create a skincare routine that won’t mess up our face. It wasn’t a easy year and most of us are facing changes in our skin due to the stress and change of life habits, for example mine used to be combination and it has been quite dry lately, which obviously made my rosacea even worst and have to fight against of my hormonal acne so I have to be really careful with what I put in my face. So if you have sensitive skin, redness- rosacea prone skin here you might have a solution for your face. Continue reading “Review: Bioderma, Sensibio Skincare Routine For Sensitive Skin”

Review: Wishful, Clean Genie Cleansing Balm

Huda Beauty keeps expanding after the release of the fragrance brand Kayali, now is the turn of Wishful the skincare range, Introducing Clean Genie Cleansing Balm, this a balm to oil to milk formula is literally like butter, fast-melting and gentle on skin and eyes but tough in its make up-melting capability. Continue reading “Review: Wishful, Clean Genie Cleansing Balm”

Review: Omorovicza, Queen of Hungary Mist Limited Edition 2020

If we talk about cult beauty products one of them is the Queen of Hungary Mist from Omorovicza, at the beginning I didn’t understand the hype for a face mist till I actually tried it out, the formulation, the scent and the effects on the skin apart of being a multitasking product can easily make anyone fall in love with it. Continue reading “Review: Omorovicza, Queen of Hungary Mist Limited Edition 2020”

Review: The Body Shop, Drops Of Youth Essence Lotion

There is a bit of an upsetting feeling when a product is supposed to be great and even the girl at the shop tells you is amazing but after using it till is empty you realised that the hype wasn’t real and you basically wasted your money, this is basically happened to me with this facial essence from The Body Shop. I tend to get well with the products from this brand but sometimes they disappointment me. Continue reading “Review: The Body Shop, Drops Of Youth Essence Lotion”

Review: Smart Ass Beauty, Donkey Milk Skincare Range

Probably many of you heard the legend of Cleopatra and her donkey milk baths to keep her well known beauty, I believe most of us can’t have such a luxurious treat at home but certainly we can enjoy the properties of donkey’s milk in our everyday skincare routine, that’s why I’m gonna share my experience with the products from Smart Ass Beauty, a new Cruelty Free brand developed in the UK and produced in Sardinia Italy. Continue reading “Review: Smart Ass Beauty, Donkey Milk Skincare Range”

Review: Kiehl’s, Vital Skin-Strengthening Super Serum

Feeling your skin dull without any life? Dehydrated? that happens to me quite often and one of the main keys for a healthier looks is choosing a good serum. Lately I finished the Vital Skin-Strengthening Super Serum from Kiehl’s so today I’m gonna share my experience. Continue reading “Review: Kiehl’s, Vital Skin-Strengthening Super Serum”

Review: Antipodes, Manuka Honey Skin Care Collection

My skincare routine has been quite exciting lately since I have included three products from the New Zealander brand Antipodes, not only for the ingredients, also many of their products are vegetarian (some even vegan), it’s a natural sustainable brand with a deep connection with natural ingredients and ecological awareness proof of that is that all their packaging is recyclable. Continue reading “Review: Antipodes, Manuka Honey Skin Care Collection”

Review: Thalgo, Prodige des Océans Le Masque

When it comes to give a treat to my skin I would not doubt twice to mention face masks, different types, different applications, different purposes, but there is one I actually use twice a week and are the leave on all night ones as an extra to hydrate and moisture my face. Continue reading “Review: Thalgo, Prodige des Océans Le Masque”

Review: Bioderma, Photoderm MAX Aquafluide SPF 50+

Sometimes finding a good SPF for a combination/Oily skin could be tricky, most of them would be too greasy, the would start to melt once you go underneath the sun, if it’s dry touch then the finish is too matte and non natural at all, so today I want to share one that I have been using and already finish: Photoderm MAX Aquafluide SPF 50+ by Bioderma. Continue reading “Review: Bioderma, Photoderm MAX Aquafluide SPF 50+”

Review: IT Cosmetics, Confidence in a Cleanser

Every time I used to talk about IT Cosmetics was mostly about their make up range but never really tried their skincare products that the vast majority have been released in the last two years so they are still a bit new plus the latest launches. Considering that IT cosmetics is a brand quite focused on very sensitive skin, eczema and rosacea mainly I decided to give it a try, I don’t suffer from a very severe redness but is there specially when I use harsh products or the weather makes my skin getting quite sensitive, I normally have combination type but lately it has been quite dry. Continue reading “Review: IT Cosmetics, Confidence in a Cleanser”

Review: Thalgo, Prodige des Océans La Creme

Absolute treatment experience that creates a new youth for your skin. Silky to the touch, fine and enveloping at the same time, this exceptional formulation with liquid crystals with a structure analogous to the skin’s lipid structure blends with the skin for perfect comfort. Continue reading “Review: Thalgo, Prodige des Océans La Creme”