Skincare Review: First Aid Beauty Face Cleanser, Facial Radiance Pads, Facial Radiance AHA Intensive Peel, Fab Skin Retinol Eye Cream with Triple Hyaluronic Acid

Textures from some products from First Aid Beauty that I’m playing around with. On top is the Face Cleanser ($21), which has a creamy whipped texture that promises to calm, soothe, nourish, hydrate, and protect using aloe, allantoin, glycerin, and the brand’s FAB antioxidant booster (licorice root, feverfew, and white tea extracts). This leaves my…… Continue reading Skincare Review: First Aid Beauty Face Cleanser, Facial Radiance Pads, Facial Radiance AHA Intensive Peel, Fab Skin Retinol Eye Cream with Triple Hyaluronic Acid

Makeup Review: Dear Dahlia Lip Paradise Intense Satin and Paradise Dream Velvet Lip Mousse

My everyday makeup is pretty straightforward so I only get to have fun with my lip color. K-Beauty brand Dear Dahlia sent over some of their lipsticks and I was honestly excited because I have never tried a K-Beauty lip product that’s vegan, cruelty-free, and are made without sulfates, silicones, parabens, phthalates, or synthetic fragrances…… Continue reading Makeup Review: Dear Dahlia Lip Paradise Intense Satin and Paradise Dream Velvet Lip Mousse

Cult Favorite: Drunk Elephant Lala Retro

Just showing off the texture of the new Lala Retro from Drunk Elephant. It now has ceramides, in addition to its african oil blend (marula, mongongo, baobab, kalahari melon, ximenia, and passion fruit), this vegan and cruelty-free moisturizer also contains phytosphingosine, ferment oil green tea seed, and sodium hyaluronate crosspolymer to protect, balance, moisturize, and…… Continue reading Cult Favorite: Drunk Elephant Lala Retro

Bodycare Review: Kate McLeod Daily Stone and Sleep Stone

Exploring the world of body moisturizers is fun. I’ve tried creams, oils, creamy oils, and now, a stone. The body stones from pastry chef Kate McLeod came about when she was recommended cocoa butter to moisturize her skin. She mixed it with her favorite oils (sweet almond, apricot kernel, avocado, and fractionated coconut) to develop…… Continue reading Bodycare Review: Kate McLeod Daily Stone and Sleep Stone

Brand Overview: Knours

Knours doesn’t subscribe to creating their EWG verified products. Instead, they believe in catering to what the skin needs. Their Double Duty Mist ($36) can be used in three different modes. If your skin is feeling dry and flaky, shake it before use. Don’t shake it if your skin is feeling sensitive and shake just…… Continue reading Brand Overview: Knours