Since I took a long break, my skin has changed significantly, as described in last week’s skin update, there are certain products I used to hate that I fell in love, as well as products that I used to adore that now just don’t work. So let’s talk about that!
I was going through old photos I had ready for ‘future’ reviews and I saw a few for base makeup reviews which made me think about how much my skin has changed since I used to be active. Let’s take a look together, shall we?
Recently I’ve been really into cleansing balms and creams, rather than oils. Not that they are more effective, but they are definitely more fun. I’ve also never tried anything from Hope Girl and this balm looked really nice (yes, the pink colour got me…) so I had to try it.
I’m always open for trying out new stuff and cleansing cream is definitely a new thing for me. I’ve already tried cleansing balm in the past (Heimish All Clean Balm) which was basically a solid oil. But cream? Sounds fun. So let’s take a look.
Purecoslab has been working with large brands (f.e. Estée Lauder which I also use) for years and last year they decided to introduce their own brand, CELLNCO (Cell & Cosmetics). They use 21 natural ingredients to deliver your skin exactly what it needs. Looking at the Boto Line Ampoules that they offer, I couldn’t wait to try them...
April Skin still remains one of the most popular Korean brands of this year. But also Elizavecca Milky Piggy Carbonated Bubble Clay Mask was popular. So what did April Skin do? They made their own carbonated mask that is pink! Ah, I love pink colour. But does this mask work?
I’ve been using oil cleansers ever since I got into Korean beauty but I’ve been wanting to try a cleansing balm for a long time (the famous one from banila co.), but instead, a few weeks ago I saw a new brand called Heimish. Some people were talking about their cleansing balm so I’ve decided...
My name is Ellie and I’m an IT support in one European beauty e-shop. I have many hobbies – physics, bullet journalling, coding in Python, book-binding, playing games (D2, R6, OW, …), and of course makeup.