When I got into the world of beauty around three years ago, every single YouTuber raved about this fairly new concept of micellar water. And everyone’s favourite? Bioderma. I feel like this is the first micellar water that everybody talked about and whilst I used it a couple of years ago, I didn’t really get the chance to form a real opinion on it. Well now I think I finally know how I feel about Bioderma so I’m going to share those thoughts today.
I had a bit of a skincare moment in April, buying a ton of drugstore and high end skincare just because I fancied it. I think I’m finally getting around to reviewing some more of it and today is all about The Body Shop Amazonian Acai Energising Radiance Mask which I managed to get a whopping 40% off on (which is rare as usually the expert face masks are excluded from any deals).
Up until a couple of years ago, I’m pretty sure we’d all steer clear of anything obviously acidic. Other than vinegar on my chips and the occasional lemon segment in my water, I never touched the stuff. Now acids have become a huge part of most people’s skincare routine, especially in higher end brands. I finally decided to sit down and research exactly what does what to your skin.
I love the idea of sheet masks. I buy and buy and buy them, and then never use them. Well now I’m finally starting to and my next couple of Face Mask Friday posts are going to be sheet masks. My first ever high end sheet mask has come fromOrigins which I picked up when John Lewis had 10% off making them £4.50 each (not a whole lot more than drugstore masks). The Origins Flower Fusion Radiance Restoring Sheet Mask sounded right up my street and it did not disappoint!
When I talked about my spring favourites, I mentioned my first ever Rodial product. The Rodial Super Acids X-Treme Acid Rush Peel is a mask that I’ve fallen in love with but decided it deserved a post of its own making it this week’s face mask Friday post.