As a lover of Hada Labo Super Hyaluronic Acid I was quite excited when Hada Labo Tokyo Replenishing Hydrator ($17.99) popped into my skincare universe.
Recently Hada Labo Tokyo released a few products that are available exclusively at Ulta and Ulta.com but even better news the original Hada Labo Collection as well as the “new” Tokyo Collection is available at drugstore.com.
I’ve been using Hada Labo Super Hyaluronic Acid for a while now, it’s a staple part of my skincare regime so I love the idea I can now get it locally…but how does the US version compare to the Japanese one? You’ll be happy to learn both are Muse Approved!
Dr. Jart Ceramidin Cream ($48) will possibly be the best moisturizer you run across for drier skin this upcoming Winter season.
This rich cream harnesses the powder of microcapsule ceramides to hydrate skin and allows it to retain moisture.
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Inglot Cosmetics is set to launch into skincare with the introduction of three new facial toners. Whether you have dry, normal, or combination to oily skin there will be a toner just for you! The three variations will each be offered in a different colour and formula, perfectly suited for your skin type. Each toner also boasts profound anti-aging effects complemented by special ingredients.
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Ponds Flawless White Re-Brightening Night Treatment ($14.20) is a night cream that promises to work overnight to lighten skin while reducing the appearance of dark spots and blemishes.
Yes, if you scratched your head when I said dark spots AND blemishes you aren’t alone. I’ve never really put the two issues into the same category so I find it interesting this cream was formulated to fight acne and dark spot issues.
Boscia Makeup-Breakup Cool Cleansing Oil ($26) is a deep cleaning cleansing oil that’s suitable for all skin types.
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