Are you worried about wrinkles and fine lines? Is your skin sensitive? You have just found the right cosmetic for you. In this review of the NIOD Copper Amino Isolate Lipid 1% (CAIL) you’ll discover everything about it: how to use it in your skincare routines, where to buy it and why I love it!
Wait… you don’t use antioxidants on every morning routine? They’re an excellent way to boost the effectiveness of sunscreen (which is the most important part of AM routines). In this case, the NIOD Superoxide Dismutase Disaccharide Mist (SDSM2) includes one of my favorite antioxidants, wonderful on sensitive skin, let me share my experience with you!
Are you worried about wrinkles and fine lines? We usually want to try everything to prevent and reduce them. However, if we do that without understanding what our skin needs, it’s difficult to get results. I’ll show you what actives to look for in your cosmetics to prevent (and even reduce) these signs of aging!
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!
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!
Are you looking for a new hyaluronic acid serum? This active is a great way to improve your skin’s hydration and can be easily combined with many other cosmetics. If you want to choose the best among the hyaluronic acid serums from The Ordinary, The Inkey List, Hadalabo, NIOD or Paula’s Choice, read this comparison!
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!