New In: Pixi Beauty Glow Tonic Collection

Pixi Beauty recently dropped their Glow Tonic Collection, inspired by the cult favorite toner, the Glow Tonic. The Glow Tonic Cleansing Gel ($18) promises to be a hydrating cleansing gel to remove impurities without stripping the skin. This face cleanser has Moisclean™ and a blend containing glycolic acid, horse chestnut extract, aloe, and ginseng to…… Continue reading New In: Pixi Beauty Glow Tonic Collection

Skincare Review: BeautyRx Progressive Peel System Starter Kit and the Triple Vitamin C Serum

Since I have conquered my blemish journey for 2 years ago (thankfully only a few bumps here and there before I get my period), I have come to focus more on hydration, texture, and overall glow and BeautyRx offered to help. The Progressive Peel system ($98) promises to slough away dead skin. The Advanced 10%…… Continue reading Skincare Review: BeautyRx Progressive Peel System Starter Kit and the Triple Vitamin C Serum

Cult Favorite: Alpha-H Liquid Gold

Even if I have gotten my skin into a pretty good state with my skincare products, I still like using acids. I said I have gotten my skin into a pretty good state, not perfect. I still have some texture problems and I still get blemishes from time to time as I have easily clogged…… Continue reading Cult Favorite: Alpha-H Liquid Gold

Skincare Review: Kate Somerville Liquid ExfoliKate

When Kate Somerville gifted me their new product, The Liquid Exfolikate, I was curious. I have tried the original exfoliate and thought it was okay. I didn’t become a favorite as I have my go-to exfoliators then. However, I was looking for another exfoliating toner to help with my texture and pores. The Liquid Exfolikate…… Continue reading Skincare Review: Kate Somerville Liquid ExfoliKate

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