Dr Jart Ceramidin Cream Review on Sensitive Skin

I have just finished up my Dr. Jart Ceramidin cream that costs about £35.50 for 50ml. It is pretty affordable and for the most part did a good job at hydration. However, I noticed that halfway through the day, especially when I'm wearing makeup, I would start feeling tightness in my skin. Like it is … Continue reading Dr Jart Ceramidin Cream Review on Sensitive Skin

Cerave Moisturising Lotion Review on Dry/Sensitive Skin

For the past couple of weeks I have been looking for a moisturiser for my partner who (to my horror) have been using Vaseline body cream as a facial moisturiser over the past few years! As an aesthetician by profession you can imagine how mortified I was when I found that out! So then my … Continue reading Cerave Moisturising Lotion Review on Dry/Sensitive Skin

Cerave Hydrating Cleanser Review on Sensitive Skin

So for the past 3 months I have been using COSRX Low pH Cleanser. I've noticed that ever since using the cleanser my combination/ sensitive skin did dry out a bit. Don't get me wrong it's a great cleanser for oilier skin types, but maybe not for my skin type especially with the dry UK … Continue reading Cerave Hydrating Cleanser Review on Sensitive Skin

What is EUK 134? + The Ordinary EUK 134 0.1% Review on Sensitive Skin

EUK is also known as Ethylbisiminomethylguaiacol Manganese Chloride. EUK 134 is basically an active ingredient that is normally found in sunscreen. More amazingly it is possibly one of the most potent anti-oxidant there is out there. Plus the raw material costs a fortune. According to a Dermatology Journal,  EUK-134 not only prevents damage done by exposure to … Continue reading What is EUK 134? + The Ordinary EUK 134 0.1% Review on Sensitive Skin

Must-Have Summer Glow Skincare Routine 💦✨

Winter has been going on longer than expected in London. I was seriously hoping for a "transitional" Spring before Summer approaches. Seems like it is not really the case. Therefore, my skin routine have been thrown off course. During winter I would generally use heavier oil products, where as during summer it makes more sense … Continue reading Must-Have Summer Glow Skincare Routine 💦✨

Why Your Skin Needs Squalane?

Squalene has been all the buzz right especially with brands such as Biossance, The Ordinary and Peter Thomas Roth now all have their version of squalane serum. When the serum first became popular everyone was trying to get their hands of Biossance which unfortunately is only available in the US. Then when The Ordinary launched … Continue reading Why Your Skin Needs Squalane?

COSRX BHA Blackhead Power Liquid Review on Combination/ Sensitive Skin

Growing up, I've been known quite self-conscious about my "strawberry" nose. That is literally how congested it is, filled with comedones (blackheads/whiteheads). Definitely not the most appealing look... period! So after years of weekly costly facials and painful extractions, I have begin to accept that I was doomed to have a congested nose for life. … Continue reading COSRX BHA Blackhead Power Liquid Review on Combination/ Sensitive Skin

This is what happened when I stopped washing my face in the morning…

To put it gently, I am a little bit of a clean freak. I am the type of person who would excessively scrub everything from counter tops to wooden floors. Of course this also transfers to my approach when it comes to skincare. The peculiar thing is that I grew up thinking the harder I … Continue reading This is what happened when I stopped washing my face in the morning…

Glossier Solution Review on Sensitive/ Eczema-Prone Skin 💦

When Glossier first announced that they were releasing an acid toner that helps with acne/ blemish-prone skin, I knew I had to try it. I have been using Pixi's Glow Tonic for over a year now and felt like I needed a glycolic acid toner which also combines salicylic acid and niacinamide  to help prevent … Continue reading Glossier Solution Review on Sensitive/ Eczema-Prone Skin 💦

Beauty Cheat Sheet: Acne-Prone Skin

A major component for feeling beautiful is being comfortable in your own skin. Treating dry and reactive skin can be dreary... where achieving normalcy can make a world of difference. Dry or irritated skin can be caused by a laundry list of factors- extreme weather conditions, contact allergens, diabetes, psoriasis, eczema, urticaria, thyroid problems, vitamin … Continue reading Beauty Cheat Sheet: Acne-Prone Skin