Many of you may know Mesoestetic for their stalwart Cosmelan treatment, one of the most effective depigmenting treatments without hydroquinone. But they also offer a wide range of products, and today’s review will be about their ascorbic acid serum, which I would call the closest dupe for the famous CE Ferulic. The serum is an… Read More Mesoestetic AOX Ferulic – Review
Are you struggling with dry hands? Follow these three easy steps to restore your dry hands: 1. On damp, clean hands apply a few drops of a hydrating serum with skin-soothing components like the La Roche-Posay Hyalu B5; click here to shop from Amazon worldwide [aff] 2. Then, use a thick hand cream with ingredients… Read More How to Restore Dry Hands?
Here’s a review of another fantastic product by La Roche-Posay. The formula is pretty straightforward; two types of hyaluronic acid for optimal hydration, panthenol (vitamin B5) soothes and helps to repair the skin, and madecassoside, the active ingredient in Centella Asiatica, is anti-inflammatory and helps to stimulate collagen production. We can also find good old… Read More La Roche-Posay Hyalu B5 Hyaluronic Acid Serum – Review
I am not sure what to say about this product, there are a lot of claims, but not many results. My first issues arise with the ingredients of this serum. It is supposed to be spot and blemish (in my understanding hyperpigmentation) clearing, but there isn’t enough in the formula to deliver these effects. We… Read More CosRx AC Collection Blemish Spot Clearing Serum – Review
Tranexamic acid (TXA) is going to be the new hype in the West in the upcoming years. There are a few brands that have started playing around with the ingredient, and more are to follow suit. However, today I will review a pxroduct by Shiseido who were first to experiment with topical tranexamic acid in… Read More Shiseido Aqualabel Bright White EX Serum – Review