My dear friend and also blogger of Cycling For Cancer has asked me to advise her about what skincare she should be using now that she moved back to her home country, Finland. In Finland it’s snow season and in this type of weather, skin can easily become dry, dehydrated and damaged from the UV that is reflected from the snow. So she gave me the idea of preparing this article where I researched the best skincare for snowy season. In each category of serum, toner, cream, SPF and others, I have selected the best products that protect and hydrate skin. Find out the best and essential skincare for a ski holiday.
Recently I was given a Biotherm Repair Gift Set and I realise I never tried skincare from Biotherm. I remember reading good reviews on magazines about being a very hydrating and rejuvenating skincare brand based on mineral thermal spring water from the Pyrenees, rich in thermal plankton. As a beauty blogger, I had to write about it, obviously. Did it correspond to my expectations? Continue reading to discover more.
Korean skincare is the avant-garde in skin science and innovation. Born from the best ingredients based on Korea beauty high standards, Dr. Jart+ brings high performance skincare destined to the most demanding customers. I read so many positive reviews about Dr. Jart+ that I had to try it for myself and understand if Korean skincare really delivers what is known for. I tried the main ranges of Dr. Jart+: Ceramidin, a deep moisturising skincare line and Teatreement, designed for skin prone to blemishes. To test Dr. Jart+ efficacy, I tried as well the famous Cicapair Tiger Grass Color Correcting Treatment. Was it worth it?
For beauty shopping, there is nothing like Sephora. Unfortunately, in UK, we are deprived from Sephora stores, so once you get the chance to go to one, it’s really hard to resist temptation. In this skincare shopping haul, I have tried products from Ole Henriksen, Dr. Jart+, Erborian, Isle of Paradise and Guerlain. Discover the details of each product that altogether create a glowing, radiant and plumped skin.
Anti-age skincare is most likely to has a rich consistency to target dry skin due to lack of elasticity and lost of natural collagen. It can be quite difficult to find anti-age skincare for acne skin, something light that won’t cause acne skin to become more oily and reactive, but it will still repair wrinkles and prevent future lines. I was advised by a pharmacist if I wanted to target fine lines and mild acne, I should then try the range Age-Purify from Filorga, La Roche Posay Anti-Imperfections SPF and Bioderma Atoderm SOS spray. I have used them all for two months. Are they worth it or not?
It’s been a long time I haven’t written about beauty in my blog and couldn’t stop thinking what I felt like writing. I used to be a big makeup junkie, more than skincare, but lockdown has changed me and now, I have more pleasure having my face free of makeup. To have a beautiful skin without any makeup, skincare becomes vital, hence I chose my skincare routine as a comeback in the blog’s beauty section. Note, as much as skincare is important to keep your skin young, remember your diet and regular exercise play a big role too. A radiant …