I recommend using 100% pure, unrefined, and cold-pressed plum oil for your skincare routine. Chrissy Teigen recently mentioned her love for Le Prunier plum oil, which is made from a single ingredient: prunus domestica seed oil. Le Prunier is made from plums grown on a family farm in California and costs €86.38. An alternative is…Read More
Inner Senses Deep Blue C Facial Oil is one of my favourite facial oils. I find that it balances my oily skin. Breakouts heal faster and red scars fade away. Deep Blue C oil is a vital part of my daily morning and evening routine since it was launched late last year. Let’s have a look at its ingredients:Read More
Have you heard about L’Occitane Shea Butter Hand Cream? What am I saying…. I haven’t come across someone that is not familiar with L’occitane brand. L’occitane hand cream is considered one of the best hand creams. Do the ingredients match the price tag or do we pay for the brand….Let’s find out.Read More
Hello, I come to you today with a bit of a rant and product comparison. I am annoyed with myself that I bought something without researching it or at least checking the ingredient list. To be honest it never crossed my mind that in a small facial wipe there can be so many harmful chemicals. Probably all these are in minimal amounts but any skincare junkie probably uses many products each day and all the chemicals absorbed through the skin can quickly add up. I have found an amazing chemical free alternative to face wipes. They require a little bit of maintenance but oh boy aren’t they worth it.Read More
Mineral oil is a substance of relatively low value, and it is produced in very large quantities. Mineral oil is available in light and heavy grades, and can often be found in many skincare products.Read More
The formula, containing Colour-Correcting Technology, neutralises brassy and yellow tones.
The formula, containing Optical Brightening Technology, absorbs UV light and emits white-blue light, making colour-treated hair appear brighter and salon-fresh.Read More
Do you think you can trust the labels on your “natural” cosmetics? The packaging sometimes can be misleading with big slogans that have nothing to do with actual ingredients of the product. Many cosmetics have a long list of Latin ingredients that need to be decoded in order to know what they actually mean. Here…Read More