On a regular basis when we talk about nutrition and how to keep a healthy gut and as a result a healthy skin, we talk about probiotics. In simple terms probiotics are the good bacteria that our body needs specially our digestive system to keep it working, normally when we have a lack of probiotics is when we suffer from inflammation, chronic abdominal pain, food intolerance etc and fast enough we start seeing the effects on our skin.
For a couple of weeks I have being trying out some products from Clinical Skin, and American brand that sadly it’s only available in America and Canada. Grounded in advanced clinical science, cosmeceutical formulas, like those developed by Clinical Skin, go far beyond what you’d typically buy in a department or drug store. Synthesizing optimal combinations of superpower ingredients, such as antioxidants, vitamins and proteins used to promote skin health, they’re then stabilized to ensure optimum efficacy.
During the last couple of weeks I have been trying out two products from the Vit C range from Rodial, the serum and a face mask and I got very nice results in a short period of time, today apart of talking about these two products I want to share some useful information about the importance of incorporate Vitamin C on your skincare routine and of course try to include as much as you can in your diet.
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”
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”
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”
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”
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”
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”
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”
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”
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”
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”
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”
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”
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”
We will keep talking about SPF as this is not only a matter of beauty but also about health, on the face, the body, we tend to use separate products as the ones for the body tend to be far more greasy and thicker and I have to admit I’m not the best with the body ones as I hate the heavy greasy feeling after, and having to carry two different SPF is a bit of hassle till I found an option by Bioderma, is the Photoderm MAX Spray SPF 50+ so I wanted to share it here. Continue reading “Review: Bioderma Photoderm MAX Spray SPF 50+”
Having oily/combination skin is a real issue, when I was a teenager I have suffered from a severe acne and due to the lack of information (or misinformation) I used to have a terrible skincare routine and today I’m paying the consequences of it. But the story doesn’t finish there acne could be hormonal, due to a bad a diet, stress and also using the wrong products could be causing it.Acne is not the only issue, having a prone skin to open pores, blackheads and blemishes is something that most of us have to deal with, that’s why today I wanted to share two products from Bioderma that are specific for this concerns. Continue reading “Review: Bioderma, Sébium Gel Moussant and Sébium Global”
When my skin needs an extra because it looks quite dull or without any glow i tend to use overnight face masks instead of regular moisturizers. No doubt Kiehl’s is one of my favourite brands when it comes to face masks and one of the latest to come up is the Ginger Leaf & Hibiscus Firming Mask. Continue reading “Kiehl’s: Ginger Leaf & Hibiscus Firming Mask”
I have to admit that GLAMGLOW masks are one of my favourites and this yellow packaging called my attention, the second thing that make me curious was the “instamud” 60 seconds, as you might know muds, clay and other type of mask needs 30-45 minutes on the face to work. So I have to admit I was a bit skeptical also the type of the bottle I had the feeling that would go empty very fast. Continue reading “GLAMGLOW Instamud 60 Second Pore Refining Treatment”
Following a diagnosis of cancer, and with over 30 years of experience in the skincare industry, Karen Ballou understood that the skin is the first line of the body’s immunological defence and wanted to create a skincare offering as luxurious as it is healthy, natural and effective. These principles are the basis of the Immunocologie brand, which is uniquely focused on the source of the skin’s performance and wellbeing: its immune health.