L’Occitane en Provence Divine Lotion is skin softening toner that I’ve been using several months now. I really enjoy the L’Occitane en Provence Divine Skincare Collection but actually use the lotion more than anything else from the collection.
Skin softening lotions (essences) or as we label them here in the US “toners” are getting some recognition lately. I suspect by Spring 2015 you’ll see a little bit of a trend for them. Essence is a common part of Asian skincare and one of the first steps in skincare application. Skin softening lotions like L’Occitane en Provence Divine Lotion is just one product in a long line of others that a typical Asian woman or man would use in their daily regime. Typically skincare regimes in Asia are made up of 5 to 8 daily products. Imagine that? I’ve adapted my own nighty skincare after this regime myself as I spend a lot of time around Japanese and Korean skincare and makeup. It seems overkill yes but actually my drier skin quite loves it.
Let’s take a look ad this Divine Lotion!
Sephora Liquid Moisturizing Skin Concentrate ($22) takes on the Asian toner lotion trend this Spring with a new formula that acts as a serum with the lighter formula of a toner.
Take a peek!
It’s like the mother ship has landed now that Pixi Glow Tonic Beauty Elixir Toner ($29) is available here in the US. As a toner and facial mist junkie I was excited about Pixi Glow Tonic as much as the next person. However, I was unable to get my hands on it this past Summer when I went to London as it was sold out in store and has been selling out since the release.
It seemed hopeless trying to get my hands on this very popular product but just this past month Pixi Glow Tonic has become available within the US.
Did it restore my glow? Did it exfoliate it my skin? Did it do all the things that everyone across the UK has been raving about?
Hello, I’m the Muse and I’m a toner and facial mist junkie! FutureDerm Seven Wonders Antioxidant Rich Toner ($29) seemed like a fantastic purchase for me when I saw it on their website recently because 1. I tone myself to death and 2. in most cases my toner isn’t really doing MUCH for me.
Considering Futurederm is the expert on all skincare I thought I’d do something really good for my face (and my toning experience) by indulging in the new Seven Wonders Antioxidant Rich Toner.
Here’s some thoughts on it!
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!