Tag «peeling»

Amazing peeling from Neogen

Neogen bio-peel gauza pads

This is pure love for me. I have super dry skin so it is really important to exfoliate to get rid of all the dry patches. By smoothing the skin, you also take away the harsh surface (dead skin cells) and let the products you put on actually penetrate the skin.

So, does this live up to the hype the product already has. Yes, it absolutely does.

Tonymoly appletox peeling cream review

Tonymoly appletox peeling cream

The packaging is just amazing and I really think they did something really good on that part. The product thought, not so much. This is really a product I don’t like and that is not very common.

Smells like cream in the package, but when you start massaging it you will smell fresh apples, which is really nice and fresh. It is a gentle white massage cream and it does help with removing dead skin but not as effective as some other products

Peeling my skin with Tony Moly Floria brightening peeling gel; review

Tony Moly Floria brightening peeling gel

When I tried this product for the first time I was really impressed and it is a really effective way to get rid of dead skin cells. I really do like this product.

The only negative thing I have to say is that it sometimes get stuck in my facial hairs, but I would guess this goes for all the peeling gels since you actually creates small balls of dead skin cells and the hair of course get stuck in it. I will have to test more different peeling gels to be sure of this though.

What is the Korean skincare routine

My Korean skincare routine

The skincare I learned when I was younger was, cleanse tone and moisturize, that’s it. Nothing more and nothing less. Sometimes I even skipped the toner part due to that I felt more dry (probably used toners with alcohol in. The reason for alcohol in toner was probably due to being afraid of acne and thinking that that would be the solution.. ohhh my how wrong I was.. When I grew older I started using toner without alcohol and an eye cream. The toner I sometimes skipped.  This is what I think is most common in the rest of the world (except Asia that is).