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Banila Co Clean It Zero Review

Another month, another cleanser to review! Is this my fifth new cleanser now since beginning this skincare journey? It’s at least that, if not more. Today’s cleanser, is the Banila Co Clean It Zero and is to be used as a first cleanser.I bought this as a replacement for my Etude House cleanser. Unfortunately while I loved that cleanser I was concerned it was a cause of my recent break out as it had quite a few flags on CosDNA. I therefore found another sherbet cleanser to  ...

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Mega Sheet Mask Review

I’ve been storing this post up for a while now. I wanted to make sure I at least tried all the sheet masks I had stocked up on first. With 11 different kinds of mask, covering 6 brands I even made a little bullet journal collection to track my thoughts on each of them. When I first got into Korean Skincare sheet masks were obviously one of the first things mentioned. I’d seen sheet masks already as they’d started to seep into Western skincare but they didn’t really  ...

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CosRX Low pH Morning Gel Cleanser Review

If you caught up on my skincare routine post, you’ll know I’m in the process of switching out my cleansers Thanks to an enlightening research session on CosDNA, I discovered my cleansers could be triggering my acne. Given I was in the midst of a huge break out I took action and ditched my Innisfree cleanser for this. It seemed like a well loved second cleanser in my research. It also didn’t flag anything bad up on CosDNA. What made up my mind was the pH. Given I’m  ...

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Lottie London Shadow Swatch The Rusts – Urban Decay Naked Heat Dupe?

I feel like Lottie London is a bit of an unsung hero It started with the fantastic make up brush cleanser, then moved onto the excellent brushes. Most recently, I picked up a palette. Whilst longing for the Urban Decay Naked Heat palette, I found a few potential dupes. Excited to try more from Lottie London, I picked up their rusty offering. For just £9.95 you get 12 wearable shades. When it comes to value, I was pretty impressed. The palette itself is super heavy, well made and comes with  ...

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