Cult Favorite: Retrouve Luminous Cleansing Elixir

I have been used to cleansing balms, cleansing oil, cleansing bubbles then this watery hybrid of oil and balm from Retrouve comes in to introduce me to another texture. The Luminous Cleansing Elixir is a water-free cleanser that promises to hydrate the skin while removing dirt, debris, and residue from its surface using glycerin and…… Continue reading Cult Favorite: Retrouve Luminous Cleansing Elixir

Skincare Review: Neogen Blueberry Real Fresh Foam Cleanser and Canadian Clay Pore Cleanser

As a fan of K-Beauty, Neogen is one of the few brands I’ve tried before and enjoyed. My first neogen product is actually the Real Fresh Green Tea Cleansing Stick, which was co-created with Charlotte Cho. This has been my travel cleanser two years ago. Now, Soko Glam sent over two of their cleansers and…… Continue reading Skincare Review: Neogen Blueberry Real Fresh Foam Cleanser and Canadian Clay Pore Cleanser

Cult Favorite: Jane Scrivner Nourishing Cleanser

With cleansing as one of my favorite skincare steps, a cleansing balm can add to the relaxation level when cleansing and removing the remains of the day. NBPR noticed my love for cleansing and sent over the Jane Scrivner Nourishing Cleanser for me to try. According to their study, around 30% of our skin’s oils…… Continue reading Cult Favorite: Jane Scrivner Nourishing Cleanser

Skincare Review: Drunk Elephant Slaai™ Makeup-Melting Butter Cleanser

I have repeatedly written this but cleansing really is one of my favorite routines. I have more first and double cleansers than I’d like to have but I just like testing cleansers. So, when a favorite brand of mine sent over their newest product, a #cleansingbalm, I was excited for both me and my skin.…… Continue reading Skincare Review: Drunk Elephant Slaai™ Makeup-Melting Butter Cleanser

Brand Overview: Dermalogica

With the vision of creating products free of common irritants to improve skin health, Dermalogica was born. Founded in 1986, their products are free of ingredients that the Dermalogica thinks cause breakouts like lanolin, SD alcohol, mineral oil, and artificial colors and fragrance. Dermalogica is also recognized as cruelty-free by Leaping Bunny and PETA (People…… Continue reading Brand Overview: Dermalogica