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 worried about skin spots and blemishes? Do you have hyperpigmentation or hypopigmentation? There are different cosmetics (like vitamin C, retinoids, azelaic acid…) that may help you improve your skin spots, but they all may not be what your skin needs. I’ll show you the best skincare products to reduce your skin spots!
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 worried about blackheads? Do you want to improve your skin’s texture? In this review of the Paula’s Choice Skin Perfecting 2% BHA Liquid Exfoliant (one of the most iconic products from the brand) you’ll learn if it’s what your skin needs, how to use it, where to buy it and much more!
Your morning skincare routine doesn’t include an antioxidant? Vitamin C is my favorite antioxidant because it also helps minimize blemishes, brighten my skin tone and prevent wrinkles. In my review of the La Roche-Posay Pure Vitamin C10 you’ll learn how to use it, where to buy it and something more important: is it effective?
Vitamin C is one of my favorite skincare actives. If you don’t use it yet, this is the sign you were expecting. It is an amazing antioxidant, helping us prevent early signs of aging, brightening our skin tone and reducing blemishes. I’ll show you how to choose the best vitamin C serum for your skin!