I’ve said it before and I’ll go on record as saying it again Biore Asia creates way better products than the US. Kao Biore Extra Moisturizing Sealing Gel Lotion is one such product that just rocks so why don’t we have it readily available here in the US?
We need it!
You might remember I recommended Thayers Rose Petal Witch Hazel Toner a month or so ago. Thayers Witch Hazel Pads are another fav of mine that I’d love to introduce you too!
I wish Thayers would consider putting some of their other blends into pad form as they travel easily if you’re heading on an extended holiday or vacation plus I find the pads terribly convenient compared to the larger bottles.
Sadly, they do have one quirk!
I admit I used to love Seabreeze, still do actually, but man is it drying! Thayers Alcohol-Free Rose Petal Witch Hazel Toner long since replaced my obsession with Seabreeze when I was introduced to it by a friend many, many years ago.
I admit my slight obsession with Seabreeze was that exciting feeling of swiping a soaked cotton pad over my face and just staring at all the gunk that clung to it after. And I think in high school most all my friends and myself swore it was doing something miraculous for our face. Yeah, the miracle was it was soaking moisture from our skin leaving us a little too dry and tight but when you’re a teenager chances are you’re dealing with oily and acne thus Seabreaze is like a dream come true.
Thayers Alcohol-Free Rose Petal Witch Hazel Toner has long since replaced my odd addition with Seabreeze. It’s cheap, effective, and although I admit to using a variety of toners and mists, I still come back to this good old fashion remedy.
As you know from my prior posts I’ve been sneaking in some reviews of the new Sana Hadanomy Aqua Placenta Collection this week. I’ve already reviewed the mist and decided to break out the Aqua Placenta Lotion.
I’ve been using the lotion for the past two months or so? But I actually have to put it away for Winter at this point because it’s TOO moisturizing…!
Take a look!
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!