Does your skin feel dull? Do you want to avoid premature aging? Antioxidants are skincare ingredients that will help you get a younger, brighter skin. If you want to learn how they do it, what are my favorite products and where you can get them, you’ll find all that (and more) in this guide!
Does your skin feel dull? Do you want to achieve brighter, healthier or younger skin? Exfoliating acids (such as glycolic or salicylic acid) are skincare actives that work wonders on our skin. However, it’s important to use them correctly or you can easily damage your skin. Here are my tips to get the best results!
Are you worried about your skin’s luminosity? Are you looking for a vitamin C serum but can’t decide about the right one? I’m sure my review of these Vichy Liftactiv Specialist Peptide-C Ampoules, which include peptides and vitamin C, will help you understand if they’re what your skin needs and how to use them.
Do you have spots or blemishes? Are you worried about hyperpigmentation or hypopigmentation? These common skin concerns may be quite difficult to tackle, although the right skincare routine may be helpful. This night beauty routine will help you prevent spots with some of my favorites from NIOD, The Ordinary and Klairs, let’s see which ones!
You don’t use vitamin C in your skincare routines? This antioxidant has wonderful properties: it protects you from UV damage, prevents blemishes and brightens your skin. Check my review from the NIOD Ethylated L-Ascorbic 30% Network (ELAN) to see if it’s what your skin needs, how to use it and where to find it!
Are you looking for a face mask to get a brighter skin? My review of the Daintree mask from Dr. Roebuck’s will help you know it better, discovering how it can help you get a beautiful skin while finding out its texture, how to use it and where to buy it. I’ll show you!
Vitamin C is an amazing skincare ingredient. Using it in your morning routine will help you achieve a brighter skin while reducing spots and fighting premature signs of aging. However, finding the right vitamin C serum isn’t easy, but this comparison (with products from NIOD, The Ordinary, La Roche-Posay…) is the solution you need.