Another CosRX product! This brand receives so much hype, but I haven’t tried many of their products. Feels as if they market themselves as simple skincare – and are known for making products that target specific skin concerns such as acne, black heads, white heads etc. However, this product – their Oil-Free Ultra-Moisturizing Lotion (with Birch Sap), caught my eye. Main reason being that it’s oil-free and these kinds of products usually work quite well with my skin.
It’s been quite some time since my last review – there’s no particular reason for it but rather I ran out of products (mainly skincare) that I haven’t reviewed yet but was already using. Probably could’ve reviewed this product a lot earlier, but makeup reviews sometimes take a lot more time when it comes to taking photos and such (and I’ll admit, I’ve been a bit
When Nordstrom had their K-Beauty pop-up event, I decided to go.. more than a few times. Frankly, I went often hoping that they’d have a sale and eventually they did (on the last 2-3 days of the event). It was great because almost everything went on sale for 40% off and I managed to get this recovery mask for under $30! They were retailing it for around $48-$50 CAD.. that mark-up is pretty insane. Anyways, I’ve always wanted to try out random indie brands and the concept behind the mask seemed good for what I was looking for so I splurged, just a little.
Back with another dear Klairs review! This time it’s their Rich Moist Soothing Serum which is often marketed along with the **Supple Preparation Facial Toner. Both products are part of their “Rich Moist” line, which also includes their Rich Moist Foaming Cleanser and Rich Moist Soothing Cream. I purchased this on Amazon.ca instead of Wishtrend because at the time the prices on Amazon were slightly cheaper when it came to converting USD to CAD. It’s been almost half a year since I’ve started using this product.. and here are my thoughts on it :)
Thank You Farmer is one of those low-key KBeauty brands that you don’t hear much about unless you’re on Instagram. It blew up quite a bit last year (if I remember correctly?) and many IGers and beauty bloggers reviewed and really loved their miracle age line, which I’ve never tried before since I don’t think its benefits will show on my skin yet. Anyways, back when I made my first hellodaint.com purchase, this Thank You Farmer cleanser was included with the box and I finally got around to using it.
A few months ago, Maria from nailpolishcanada.com contacted me to ask if I wanted to try out the Vitry Nail Repair Care Sensitive. And I thought – why not? My nails are pretty weak and fragile – might mainly be due to some vitamin deficiency. Anyways, when I read how this product is known for healing damaged, split, brittle nails in a few weeks, I was intrigued and wanted to give it a try.
Trying to get a skincare routine started can be tough if you don’t know where to start. It takes a lot of trial and error to find out what works best for your skin and what doesn’t. In high school, the first brand that I had ever tried for skincare was Biotherm! After awhile, Biotherm didn’t work as well for me so I wanted to switch to a new brand and that’s when I tried Kiehl’s. The sales associate recommended their entire “Ultra Facial” line (not the oil-free one). The only gem out of the cleanser, toner and cream that I was recommended to try was the Ultra Facial Cleanser.