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Natural Cosmetics Skincare

Summer Empties! Repurchased or abandoned? Part 1

Summer is now a nice memory, winter is already knocking at the door. As the weather changes, also skincare products and routines should change. So, which products are staying, and which ones are leaving? Let’s find out! Lumene Waterproof Eye & Lip Makeup Remover – REPURCHASED What can I say? This is maybe my 10th …

Make-Up Skincare

Korean vibes!🇰🇷 Missha Perfect Cover BB Cream Spf42 Review!

Hey y’all!!! I hope you had a great Midsummer! I spent a lot of time in nature and *tried* to relax and recharge for the upcoming adventures of July! 😄 Today I will talk about the super-hyped Korean product we all heard about! Be it on YouTube, Instagram, or your favorite shop online…What is it? …

Skincare

Summer ready! La Roche-Posay: Anthelios XL Anti-Shine Dry Touch SPF50+ (Review)

Hello beautiful people! Today I will talk about the most important step in a morning routine: sunscreen! I can’t stress enough how important it is! Sun protection saves you from skin cancer and skin damages in general. Damage can lead to hyperpigmentation and other skin issues. Moreover, I am sun intolerant, which means that I …

Make-Up Skincare

How to avoid the pilling of products?

Hello people! Today we will cover an important topic (and problem) in the skincare world. First of all…What is pilling? According to dictionaries, it means “To come off, as in flakes or scales”. It’s usually used for clothes, but it perfectly describes the same happening, so the flaking of product, be it cream, serum, or cotton! And it’s exactly what happens, at …

Skincare

PHAs! What are they? Do I need them? Review: Luminous Licorice Toner by Skincity Skincare.

Hello beautiful people! Today I’m going to talk about PHAs, which are important acids, and then review the Luminous Licorice Toner by Skincity Skincare. If you don’t know the brand yet, I wrote about the company in my first post. What are PHAs? Do I need them in my routine? So, what exactly are PHAs? In …

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