Skincare Review: Taila Skincare Muhka, Vayu, and Nayana

Cruelty- free and sustainably sourced, Taila Skincare blends Ayurvedic ingredients and processes with today’s technological advances in skincare to create luxury skincare products. The Muhka Botanical Cleanser ($58) was gentle and not so greasy that it is able to freshen up my skin after rinsing. When a little amount of water is applied over, it…… Continue reading Skincare Review: Taila Skincare Muhka, Vayu, and Nayana

Holiday 2019: Drunk Elephant Shelf-Control Night Kit

I’m going on vacation in about four weeks so the Drunk Elephant Shelf-Control Night Kit came just in time. The set promises to have everything one would need for their night routine. It contains the T.L.C.™ Glycolic Night Serum, my go-to glycolic acid at night, the Beste™ No. 9 Jelly Cleanser, the Lala Retro™ Whipped Cream as…… Continue reading Holiday 2019: Drunk Elephant Shelf-Control Night Kit

Skincare Review: EmerginC Rawceuticals Raw Facial Oil and Eye and Lip Craft

EmerginC produces cruelty-free and paraben free skincare products that use cosmeceutical and medical-grade ingredients, active botanicals, and marine extracts. Not only that, but they also practice environment-friendly practices like planting nearly 850,000 trees, using fair trade ingredients, and creating essential habitat for bees with emerginBees milkweed seed bombs. Promising to work for all skin types,…… Continue reading Skincare Review: EmerginC Rawceuticals Raw Facial Oil and Eye and Lip Craft

Brand Overview: Mario Badescu

It might sound weird but this is the first time I’ve tried Mario Badescu. I’ve seen the memes, read the love, and saw the results but I never got around to using their products til now. They sent over two cleansers. The first one, the Enzyme Cleansing Gel ($14), is for every day. This feels…… Continue reading Brand Overview: Mario Badescu

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