I really like to apply this at night after cleansing. I like to use it on a specially bad skin day, because it just comes in and prevents more pimples or irritation from forming. It was pretty affordable too, which is a plus. I would recommend this for acne-prone and perhaps papulopustular rosacea peeps like me since it does wonders for pimples.
This is a great pH balancing cleanser that smells great. Kinda like eucalyptus. I like it for warmer months since it is so refreshing--it's a bit too drying in the winter. I enjoy using this a second cleanser after my cleansing balm. It's cheap and effective. Don't use if you're sensitive to fragrance tho.
I used this in its entirety and I saw absolutely no difference. Perhaps I need to use it for a longer period of time, but it certainly did nothing but hydrate, really. It is very watery and the blue color is kinda fun to look at. I might give a try to another blue-looking serum instead of this again.
This was my introduction to Korean cleansing balms, thanks to Gothamista. The packaging is cute, it's not as expensive as some green beauty ones out there, and it does a decent job. It didn't blow me away but it's still a great introduction to this kind of cleanser if you've never done it.
My absolute favorite sunscreen. Doesn't break me out, it protects my skin, and most importantly, it doesn't have that hideous texture that American sunscreens tend to have. It's way more elegant. Sephora doesn't even sell it anymore so I have to get it from Amazon--heads up, they changed their packaging!
First, the packaging is terrible but I'm sure Rimmel already knows this and will ignore. This powder was so meh and it didn't add enough coverage for me to take it seriously. It did nothing. I ended up decluttering it. I wouldn't buy this again.
I actually avoided this powder for a long time because I was afraid it would make me shiny, but this actually works better than my Studio Fix powder (also from MAC). It gives me enough glow that I don't look flat, but it also keeps oiliness at bay. MAC powders are one of the best in the business, and this is no exception.
I was hoping this concealer would be better than the crayon, but alas, it was not this way. It is dense but it clings to ANYTHING and won't blend as well as other thick concealers on the market. What a shame. I am not buying this again.
Perfect cotton rounds! I've tried the Shiseido ones and wasn't that impressed--and the supermarket ones keep breaking up all over my face, which is annoying. I can only find these online, which is disappointing, but will continue to shop for these.