After the success of Baby Oil, Johnson introduces two new products, Baby Oil Gel and Baby Creamy Oil. And being a sucker for cocoa and shea butter, I tried both the Johnson Baby Oil Gel with Shea and Cocoa Butter and Johnson Baby Creamy Oil Cocoa & Shea Butter to see how they compare.
It is no news that Vitamin C is good for your skin. The antioxidant has been used in numerous skincare products to reduce inflammation, increase collagen production, lighten pigmentation and reduce UV damage. And now my search for the perfect Vitamin C treatment has finally ended with the new Skinceuticals Phloretin CF Gel, a serum-in-a-gel version of the famous Phloretin CF.
Containing a combo of 2% phloretin, 10% vitamin C and 0.5% ferulic acid, the Phloretin CF Gel is a corrective and preventive treatment that utilizes state-of-the-art technology to neutralize free radicals, suppress radiation-induced oxidative reactions, accelerate cell turnover, promote collagen synthesis and pretty much conquer damage at every level of skin.
For decades, many have sworn by Johnson’s Baby Oil for its mild and gentle formula to keep their skin baby smooth. But did you know this bottle of pure mineral oil can do much much more than just moisturize? Read on to find out how I use it!
Again and again I have gushed my love for TATCHA Aburatorigami and starting this fall, these awesome Japanese oil blotting papers will come in a new, clutch size with charcoal!
During Breast Cancer Awareness month, Murad brings us the limited-edition Hydrate for Hope Duo, which contains two Hydro-Dynamic Ultimate Moisture face creams.
Originally created to offset the effects of dry, itchy skin often experienced by individuals undergoing radiation and chemotherapy treatments, the Hydro-Dynamic Ultimate Moisture contains a bunch of good stuff including Retinyl Palmitate, Shea Butter, Collagen Support Complex and Avocado, Sunflower and Olive Fruit Oils to improve skin texture while keeping it plumped up and youthful.