After every empties post, I tell myself that I won’t do it again because it’s too difficult to keep all these empty bottles, tubes or whatever empty packaging around. However, I’ve held onto a few products that I thought would be interesting to share:
Juice Beauty Stem Cellular Repair Booster Serum
A powerful gel serum, suitable for all skin types, especially for skin showing the signs of aging including fine lines and wrinkles. It has a light, non-greasy texture. The price ($72) isn’t low, but because you only need a small drop of it, it will last a long time. Even the sample sachet lasted me about a week using daily. I never expect dramatic results from serums, but this one visibly softened fines lines on my forehead. I think the mature skin would love it.
Suki Transformative Purifying Masque
This mask is my first try from Suki, and I must say that now I’m curious to try other products from this brand as well. The Masque promises to be a gentle problem solver for clogged pores, blemishes, and redness. I can’t tell that it made a big difference for my pores or blemishes because I used it only a couple of times. But it made my skin tighter, firmer, and brighter.
Juice Beauty Green Apple Cleansing Gel
I was so fascinated with this cleanser that after I was done with the sample, I swore to buy a full-size ($26) after I finish my current cleansers. It’s a gel cleanser, which feels very refreshing. It leaves the skin super clean and without wanting to slap a ton of face cream afterward. It also takes off the makeup very well. Totally worth a try.
KYPRIS Antioxidant Dew Serum
I received this serum in the Petit Vour Limited Edition Beauty Box about 5 months ago and have been cherishing it so much finished it just recently. The word “dew” perfectly describes what the serum does to the skin: it’s highly hydrating and leaves the skin looking radiant. The serum costs $67, which is not cheap, but I don’t believe it could disappoint anyone.
Pacifica Alight Multi-Mineral BB Cream
A non-oily BB cream with a light consistency. It makes the skin seem fresh, offers light coverage, and is suitable for most skin types. The only thing I do not like is that it contains dimethicone, but other than that, I can’t think of any disadvantages.
Tata Harper Regenerating Cleanser
The truth is, in the beginning, I didn’t like this cleanser. I thought its citrus scent was too intense, its pellets seemed too harsh, and I generally looked at it as an overpriced product, which isn’t suitable for my skin. What was I thinking? Not only it managed to change my mind, but after finishing this jar, I added it to my wishlist. My skin is sensitive and gets irritated easily, but I started using this cleanser as an exfoliator twice a week, and I started seeing how big of a difference it made to my skin. It is luxury skincare product ($38), but an excellent one.
Giovanni Ultra-Volume Shampoo with Tangerine and Papaya Butter
Despite the fact that it was not that volumizing at all, this shampoo made my hair clean, shiny, and less frizzy. The frizz part is why I decided to include this shampoo in this roundup because it’s pretty rare for a volumizing shampoo to be so moisturizing.
Have you tried any of these products mentioned in the post?