Cult Favorite: I’m From Ginseng Serum

Ginseng is a staple in Korea. It has been known to be used for improving overall health, strengthen the immune system, and help fight off stress and diseases. I have never tried it orally but not I’ve tried it as a skincare ingredient. The Ginseng Serum from I’m From contains promises to enhance blood circulation…… Continue reading Cult Favorite: I’m From Ginseng Serum

Brand Overview: Kate Ryan Skincare

From Ohio, Kate Ryan Skincare aims to create skincare products made in small batches that are made of quality ingredients and are affordable, plant-powered, and cruelty-free. The Salicylic Cleanser ($35) contains salicylic acid to exfoliate, DMAE to firm, alpha lipoic acid to refine, and coffee fruit and green tea extract to protect the skin. This…… Continue reading Brand Overview: Kate Ryan Skincare

Supplement Review: Adour & Kin CSERA

Aside from religiously doing my selfcare routine, I’ve also recently incorporated CSERA from Adour & Kin, and ingestible for skin, hair, and body vitality. The CSERA ($110) contains freshwater collagen peptides, nerina strawberry extract, red grape skin extract, black elderberry extract, freshwater microalgae, grape seed extract, sakura extract, rice extract, and tuna elastin peptides. These…… Continue reading Supplement Review: Adour & Kin CSERA

Skincare Review: Graffiti Collective Street Rose

I enjoy masking, using them two to three times a week. So, it’s always an easy yes to try a new one. The Street Rose from Graffiti Collective is a light pink, rose and powder-scented face mask that promises to even skin tone, reduce redness, treat breakouts and brighten your skin. This is a creamy…… Continue reading Skincare Review: Graffiti Collective Street Rose

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