Nacific Fresh Herb Origin Serum is the Korean-skincare brand’s best selling product. I was thrilled to win this in a giveaway by Tsering Yangzom, a Gangtok based Makeup Artist. It promises to leave you with hydrated, radiant skin and tighter pores; more importantly that K-Pop dewy glow!
I have been a fan of The Ordinary ever since the brand launched way back in 2015-16. Since then I have used many of their products even before they came to India, and now that they are available locally I couldn’t be happier. Hair Fall has been a constant in my life since the past few years and I have tried numerous things to help my case and this one couldn’t have come to market at a better time. Here is The Ordinary’ Multi-Peptide Serum For Hair Density -Review.
The skin around the eyes is thinner and more delicate than the rest of the face therefore prone to dryness, dark circles, and wrinkles. I am in my late 30s and its time I make friends with Under eye cream. An under eye cream can help to hydrate, brighten, and protect the delicate skin around the eyes so I am always on the look out for options and decided to try the Bright Years Under-Eye Recovery Gel by Plum.
My hair lately has been out of control and this newly launched L’Oreal’ Hyaluronic Moisture 72H Hydra Filling Night Cream for the hair couldn’t have come to stores at abetter time. I ordered a tube right away with big hopes given its larger than life claims and the aggressive marketing campaigns.
In the quest for dewy hydrated skin I have tried many products but some of the best have been Hyaluronic Acid based Serums. The Keep Calm – Hyaluronic Acid Serum is Foxtail’s most popular product with some big claims and I was very curious to test it. The brand sent this to me but the thoughts are my own; and like always keeping it plainspoken.
I spend every winter dry, flaky and miserable especially my legs and feet! If this sounds familiar you know the struggle of keeping your skin soft & hydrated during the cold months. So I was than happy to test the Divya Body Oil by Nourish Mantra and the results have been surprising.
I am always on the look out for good sunscreens and an Indian brand’s (rather heavy handed) Social media marketing caught my eye. Suddenly there has been a rapid rise of indie brands that are mostly all about marketing and less about performance so I was curious to see how this Invisible Sunscreen from SunScoop will fare.
Post-pandemic hair-fall has been the bane of my existence from the past two years. My previous posts are a clear give away of the fact that I have gone all out trying various products to remedy the situation. This hair-mask from Foy Naturals is an under-rated find and I am glad I gave it a shot.Continue reading
Hair Oiling is an integral part of Indian Culture; those of us in the sub-continent have grown up with mothers oiling our hair and have experienced the efficacy of the concept for years. Which in essence implies we know the in’s & out’s of our Hair Oil and over the years have learnt the ability to identify a good one. This is one such oil that immediately stood out to me.Continue reading
This leave-in hair oil has been around for a long time. The gold bottle has attained a somewhat iconic status and is easily identified at the salon displays. Many swear by it and I am here to see if there is a reason why! Is it really as good as everyone says it is or is it just plain old marketing. Let’s find out.Continue reading