Hello people! I had recently shared a simple 2-step skincare routine on my Instagram account. It involves just two products : a powder cleanser-cum-mask, and a moisturizer. Both from a new brand : Suganda. I have been using these for around two weeks now. Not only am I taken aback by their efficacy, but also I’m highly impressed with their aesthetics.
Sugandais a Hyderabad-based brand spearheaded by Bindu Amrutham, who is a natural skincare expert. Her premium skincare brand formulates products with plant extracts infused with essential vitamins.
Bindu suggested me the Neem Green Tea Mask and White Lotus Moisturizer. Both targeted at oily to combination, acne-prone skin types.
About the Brand :
Suganda products celebrate raw and organic ingredients sourced from all over the world, mixed with essential oils for a refreshingly natural fragrance…
Their products are free from toxic chemicals
such as Parabens, Triclosans, Artificial Musks, Phthalates, SLS, SLES, PPD, Petroleum Jelly, and Silicones. Read more
Hi everyone! Winters have been mean this year in Kolkata, and my skin had to quite struggle with the unusual chills. But there have been a few products which I kept going back to, because they worked immensely well for my skin. The Humble Bee Luxury Aloe-Charcoal face mask has been one such product that my skin kept thanking for all the goodness. So much so, that I’ve already hit the pan in 50 days!
About the Product :
The Humble Bee Luxury Aloe-Charcoal face maskcontains charcoal, basil oil, jojoba oil and vitaminE oil in a base of aloe vera gel. Recommended for acne-prone skin, or for those seeking a hydrated, balanced skin. This is best used as a nighttime ritual on a daily basis, or even for prepping skin before a party. 🙂
Aloevera gel – treats sunburn, acts as a moisturizer, treats acne, reduces blemishes and also acts as an anti-ageing ingredient.
Charcoal – excellent to combat acne, clearing impurities from skin and pores that tend to accumulate from constant exposure to pollution. Read more
Heylo my lovely readers! The chilly weather has subdued wee bit on its glory, but I’m lazy as ever. 😛 However I do realize the importance of feeding my skin right to help with its dull, stretchy feeling. The weather is not being kind to my skin or hairs, so these need to be really taken care of.
Thank goodness for sheet masks, my skincare routine winds up easy. So one lazy day, when my skin was behaving weird (well it does on most days 😛 ), I picked up the Mond’sub Gold Facial Mask from my stash. Read on for my experience with the product. 🙂
My Experience with the Mond’sub Gold Collagen Mask :
Now this is very different from regular sheet masks, right from the packaging to usage. This mask is a part of Mond’sub’s Crystal Collagen Mask Series. It comes in a sturdy plastic frame, carved out to accommodate the mask and the serum. The outer package as well as the mask is golden in color. Everything you need to know about the mask – the ingredients, about, usage and manufacture are clearly printed on the back of the package. I love it when brands come out clear with information. So certainly kudos to Mond’sub in that aspect. Read more
Hi everyone! My Envy Box reached me about a week back when I had shared the pictures on my insta handle. However a very busy personal front got me penning down the whole review finally now. 🙂
Ever since MEB started releasing teasers for its July Box, I was hooked. 😀 The primary reason was the green clay mask and the Cocoonface serum that came with high claims. There were also the Anatomicalssamples (although samples don’t excite me much) which I wanted to try. And lastly the color of the box – GREEN. Ahem, do you think I need more convincing? 😀
Hi everyone! I have been caught up in a whirlwind of tasks over the last week, so little late in putting up posts. The review of the Innisfree BHA Skin Clinic Sheet Mask should have seen the light of the day before quite some time, but I didn’t want to put up a review post just for the sake of it. It feels good to know you enjoy reading my posts, so I always make sure to give each post its due time. 🙂
Let me tell you, I’m loving using the Skin Clinic range of sheet masks from Innisfreein the hotter months loaded with humidity. I have using the Catechin variant before. The sheet masks usually carry a lot of serum in them, and I have an oily-combination skin. However, the Skin Clinic face masks are a delight in a way that they are comparatively lightweight than the It’s Real Squeeze masks. And I keep going back to sheet masks. To me, they are one of the easiest ways for the lazy ones to pamper their skin at home. 😀
Product Description :
It contains BHAwhich cares for rough skin to keep the skin smooth.
This 100% natural cotton sheet is made from soft cotton hairs around the cotton wool.
It is transparent and thin and has good adherence on the skin, which allows for its good substances to be more effective delivered into the skin.