I had my wisdom tooth extracted in the early part of this year. It was a procedure I’ve postponed again and yet again. But I finally garnered sufficient courage to get rid of it, thinking it’ll put a stop to all the pain and inconveniences I was experiencing. Well, it did but it brought on another set of problem—the left side of my face especially near my left jaw does not look like how it was before! Under certain lightings, I actually look like I have a sagging jowl. (T_T)
Just the other day, I came across an article about men who look like women. I didn’t have time to read but I’m guessing the discussion was about their features and hairstyle and nothing skin deep. I mean even if a man were to look like a woman, there are differences between his skin and hers. In fact, I remember writing briefly about this quite some time back. At that time, I’d discussed why it may not be suitable for us to use men’s skincare products. So today, I’ll elaborate a little more and share 7 reasons why we should just keep to using skincare products that are formulated for women.
As a beauty blogger, I get to try more products than the average consumer. However, it’s a choice I weigh very carefully because I do value what I use on myself. Naturally, this also means that products that I repurchase over and over again must really mean something for me. So are there a lot of products that I repurchase again and again? Well, there are actually just a handful. And what are they? Come take a look!
As I was writing this review, the tune of Madonna’s old hit, “Hung Up” was in my head. Why? Because I kept thinking that time is going by so slowly with this NeoCell Collagen Radiance Time Release Serum with Vitamin C and E Complex. I was using this serum for three weeks before pausing for a few more weeks to try the Fancl Aging Skin Care range. So I ended up taking longer than intended to review this. But still, better late than never!
With so many beauty cleansing devices in the market, it’s really a challenge to say what’s the best. So the next approach is to look at what’s popular and going by that, I think most of us would naturally think of Clarisonic. Funnily however, I’ve never been sold on that one simply because I couldn’t be convinced that my face needs to be scrubbed like my kitchen sink. Okay, that’s pretty much an exaggeration to get your attention *gulps in fear from the imaginery brushes hurled my way*. I suppose it’s a nice device for some skin types but just not mine. I can do with some scrubbing of my nose and chin and that’s about it. Otherwise, a Konjac sponge works well for me, thank you very much. But I recently ventured a little further outside the Konjac and tried Foreo, a one-of-a-kind skincare device that comes with transdermal sonic pulsations and nonabrasive brush surface made from soft, smooth silicone.