There are a couple of selling points for Lavera SPF40 Neutral Sunblock. This is a 100% mineral based high SPF sunblock made with carefully selected organic ingredients and is specifically developed for people suffering from allergies, and extremely sensitive skin. It is certified as vegan and 100% free from synthetic filters, perfumes, colourings, preservatives as well as flower extracts, herbal extracts and essential oils. In addition, it provides UVA, UVB and even UVC sunblock protection and is waterproof.
Okay, call me a sucker. I love quick fixes. I love products that promise me overnight miracles. I love products that require very little effort on my part. Even though half the time, I know they don’t quite deliver whatever they promise. And it was the sucker in me that decided to order Frownies Facial Pads from Drugstore some months ago. Come on, they’re cheap, and they look like fun anyway. More importantly, I have lines on my forehead that I wanted to get rid of without having to resort to Botox.
Those in Singapore may have noticed that Watson’s has started to bring in quite a number of natural and organic skincare products from Trilogy, Lavera, Yes To Carrot, and Sukin Organics. I’ve been particularly pleased to find Sukin Organics really affordable and decided to test out two of their products. The first in review here is Sukin Organic Foaming Facial Cleanser.
All skincare products from Sukin Organics are said to use only 100% natural active ingredients and contain no sodium lauryl sulphate, artificial fragrances, petrochemicals, harsh detergents, animal derivatives, mineral oil and parabens.
Despite this being a Her World Beauty Awards Editors’ Choice Winner, Vichy Normadern Night Chrono-Active Pore Refining Care just didn’t work for me. Not one bit. I tried using it for at least over a month without any results but I’ve read that it worked for other ladies, keeping their pores tight over time.