Who knew I’d love E.L.F. washing powder!? E.L.F. Mineral Face Cleanser is a brand new recently released facial washing powder from the brand that costs eight dollars.
Facial Washing Powder is fairly common in Asia however, the US Market fails to embrace the idea so I find it interesting a budget brand like E.L.F. has launched a successful formula in this realm (yeah, that’s me giving it the a ok to buy, it’s quite good mind you!). Those familiar with Japanese and Korea brands have probably used dozens of various washing powders like this, Fancl is a very popular brand that produces one.
Let’s have a look!
I’m a huge sheet mask freak, I overly use and abuse them. When my skin needs a little break from sheet masks, I’m rushing around and need a quick pick up, or I just want to concentrate on specific dry areas of my face I reach for Kose Clearturn Deep Moist Essence in Cotton.
These incredibly useful little cotton pads are saturated with essence and inject just the right amount of hydration into skin.
You might be concerned with dark spots on your face but how about your hands? Clinique Even Better Dark Spot Correcting Hand Cream Broad Spectrum SPF15 is interested in your hands not your face.
With dark spot treatments trending in a major way for the last year or so you’ll see plenty of brands competing with each for the best treatments to correct this issue.
Of course, sooner or later we all realized it would branch out to something else right?
Clinique’s Even Better Dark Spot Correcting Hand Cream is the first formula of its kind to treat and protect the skin on your hands.
Take a look!
I don’t technically have allergies but for some reason or another I can’t stop sneezing this year and no, it isn’t a cold. My nose is raw, flaky, dry, and just generally gross. And it’s terribly sore too! Ouch!
Puffs Tissues just aren’t doing the job at this point so I whipped up my little tube of Naris Up Japan Koaland Nose Care & Refresh Cream in the hopes it would sooth my sore, red nose.
L’Occitane has introduced a new Angelica Skincare Collection for Summer 2012. Angelica was used in the middle ages for its medical properties. It’s a soothing, hydrating essential oil that offers moisture and toning properties.
I honestly didn’t know a thing about Angelica until I started reading about it after the L’Occitane Angelica launch. Having drier skin of course, I was curious what Angelica was all about.
This launch is an entire skincare collection that addresses the needs of drier skin who desire contentious moisture.
I recently checked out the L’Occitane Angelica Face Toner, having dry skin this was a great excuse to test this toner out and see what it could do for me here’s a few thoughts on it!