Skincare Review: Wow You Skincare

Made in the UK, Wow You creates natural, cruelty-free products that do not contain parabens, phthalates, sodium laurel sulfate (SLS), fillers, mineral oils, or petroleum. The Slay Cleanser ($20) contains hibiscus to exfoliate, unclog pores, and even the tone of the skin, honey to purify and hydrate, and pomegranate to block free radicals. The cleanser…… Continue reading Skincare Review: Wow You Skincare

Skincare Review: Be Plain Cicaful Ampoule and BHA Peeling Ampoule

K-Beauty brand Be Plain only has two products promising to resolve skin problems without harmful ingredients. These ampoules are supposed to be applied every day for the first week and less afterward. They have a calendar where you can note your progress, which I thought was really thoughtful. The Cicaful Ampoule ($25.31) is a concentrated…… Continue reading Skincare Review: Be Plain Cicaful Ampoule and BHA Peeling Ampoule

Cult Favorite: Amore Pacific Treatment Enzyme Peel

The Treatment Enzyme Peel from Amore Pacific is a water-activated exfoliator that promises to gently dissolve dead surface skin cells for brighter skin. It contains natural papaya enzymes work to exfoliate the skin without causing irritation, allantoin to calm and soothe, and green tea leaf extract to protect the skin from free radical damage. It’s…… Continue reading Cult Favorite: Amore Pacific Treatment Enzyme Peel

Brand Overview: Bioderma Sebium Line

I think we all know Bioderma and what their Sebium range is. For those who don’t, Bioderma is a French drugstore brand that has been around since the 1970s. Their sebium range offers anti-blemish treatments that directly act on oily skin types with the Fluidactiv patented complex. This complex regulates sebum quality, keeps pores from…… Continue reading Brand Overview: Bioderma Sebium Line

Skincare Review: Borghese Roma Mud Masks

Inspired by Roman beauty routines, Borghese Roma formulates skincare, makeup, and body products from natural botanicals. Founded by Princess Marcella Borghese in the 1950s, they launched their first mud mask in 1985, which evolved into a range of masks targeting specific skin concerns. The Advanced Fango Delicato Moisturizing Mud Mask has white honey extract, olive…… Continue reading Skincare Review: Borghese Roma Mud Masks