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Asian Sunscreen Showdown: Biore UV Aqua Rich Watery Essence vs Shiseido Senka Mineral Perfect UV Gel - Lab Muffin Beauty Science

Asian Sunscreen Showdown: Biore UV Aqua Rich Watery Essence vs Shiseido Senka Mineral Perfect UV Gel - Lab Muffin Beauty Science


Lab Muffin Beauty Science

This is part of a continuing series on sunscreens. The first installment with two physical sunscreens is here. One of my biggest issues with sunscreen is t

Sunscreens that don’t give me acne

Sunscreens that don’t give me acne


Elle Byrd

And hopefully they won’t give you acne either, but YMMV :) A large deterrent for wearing sunscreen every day for a lot of people is that it usually gives them acne! I have acne prone skin aro…

Biore UV Aqua Rich Watery Essence SPF 50+ PA++++ (2017 Edition) ReviewTHE YESSTYLIST - Asian Fashion Blog - brought to you by YesStyle.com

Biore UV Aqua Rich Watery Essence SPF 50+ PA++++ (2017 Edition) ReviewTHE YESSTYLIST - Asian Fashion Blog - brought to you by YesStyle.com


THE YESSTYLIST - Asian Fashion Blog - brought to you by YesStyle.com

After trying the 2017 edition of Biore's Aqua Rich Watery Essence SPF 50+ PA++++, I think I've finally found my ideal sunscreen for the summer.

Review: Biore UV Sunscreen SPF 50+ – WANDERSTYLER

Review: Biore UV Sunscreen SPF 50+ – WANDERSTYLER


WANDERSTYLER

Want create site? Find Free WordPress Themes and plugins.It is important to protect your skin from the harm sun ray. I tends to skip this step until I realised how it has affect my skin. Pigmentation and uneven skin tone, that is what I am used to have and there is none product that is … Continue Reading

5 Of The Best Japanese Drugstore Sunscreens.

5 Of The Best Japanese Drugstore Sunscreens.


TOKYO BEAUTY BOOK

5 of the best Japanese drugstore sunscreen. This is a big one. This category is so HUGE in Japan that when I started to write this post, I was struck by how difficult (almost impossible!) it is to …

Best Pick: Biore UV Perfect Sunscreen Line (2015 formula)

Best Pick: Biore UV Perfect Sunscreen Line (2015 formula)


RatzillaCosme

Biore seem to be one of the few brands that I can rely on year after year to have truly lightweight sunscreens that I can use all year round. For winter and general everyday wear (i.e. you’re…

clean and clear advantage oil free acne moisturizer

by Editor @ Skincare Dupes

Benzalkonium Chloride, Butylene Glycol, C12-15 Alkyl Benzoate, Alkyl Lactate, C13-14 Isoparaffin, Capryloyl Glycine, Cedrus Atlantica Bark Extract, Cetearyl Alcohol, Cetearyl Glucoside, Cetyl Lactate, Cinnamomum Zeylanicum Bark Extract, Cocamidopropyl PG-Dimonium Chloride Phosphate, Dimethicone, Disodium EDTA, Ethylene/Acrylic Acid Copolymer, Fragrance, Glycerin, Glycine Soja Seed Extract (Soybean), Isoceteth 20, Laureth-7, Methyl Gluceth-20, Pentaerythrityl Tetra-di-t-butyl Hydroxyhydrocinnamate, Phenoxyethanol, Phenyl Trimethicone, […]

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The Best Face Sunscreens, By Popular Demand

The Best Face Sunscreens, By Popular Demand


Into The Gloss

The full spectrum of the best face sunscreens that work sans breakouts or ghostly white pallor, as recommended by readers like you

Review: Biore UV Aqua Rich Watery Essence Face Sunscreen SPF 50/ PA+++

Review: Biore UV Aqua Rich Watery Essence Face Sunscreen SPF 50/ PA+++


Skin & Tonics : A Skincare Blog

The first time I used Biore UV Aqua Rich Watery Essence Sunscreen, my immediate thought was, “Oh good, the perfect sunscreen! Sunscreen chemists, you can all go home now. Nice job, everyone!” Then …

Review: Biore UV Aqua Rich Watery Essence Face Sunscreen SPF 50/ PA+++

Review: Biore UV Aqua Rich Watery Essence Face Sunscreen SPF 50/ PA+++


Skin & Tonics : A Skincare Blog

The first time I used Biore UV Aqua Rich Watery Essence Sunscreen, my immediate thought was, “Oh good, the perfect sunscreen! Sunscreen chemists, you can all go home now. Nice job, everyone!” Then …

Where to sell your (barely) used makeup online

Where to sell your (barely) used makeup online

by Guest Writer @ Articles - Project Vanity

Hoarding is one of the occupational hazards of a self-confessed beauty addict. Still, while it is common, it can become wasteful when you consider all that money spent on products that were used only a few times then set aside. However, these personal care items are called that for a reason - they've touched your face, hands, mouth, and even eyes! Why would anyone (barring close friends and family who don't have laway-swapping issues) want your pre-loved cosmetics?

Sunscreen for Acne: How I Stopped Breakouts! – Dr. Jart Ctrl-A Sun Protector – Review- koglow.com

by Giselle @ koglow

Sunscreen for Acne: No More Breakouts! – Dr. Jart Ctrl-A Sensitive Sun Protector Sunscreen When you have sensitive, acne-prone skin, finding sunscreen for acne is often overlooked. After all, the worst thing that can happen when you have acne prone skin is that the very products you’re using to protect your skin (like sunscreen) actually make […]

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The Best Face and Body Patches You Need

by May @ THE YESSTYLIST – Asian Fashion Blog – brought to you by YesStyle.com

If you suffer from pimples, dark circles, dry and red cheeks, rough knees or cracked heels, put a patch on it! … more

kao biore uv aqua rich watery mousse sunblock sunscreen face spf 50 water base - Walmart.com

kao biore uv aqua rich watery mousse sunblock sunscreen face spf 50 water base - Walmart.com


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Buy kao biore uv aqua rich watery mousse sunblock sunscreen face spf 50 water base at Walmart.com

Going sulphate free

by noreply@blogger.com (Kim O) @ And now for something similar...

It seems like the beauty world is getting more clued up on sulphates recently. There are many more options in the shops for sulphate free shampoos now, such as the L'oreal Eversomething range and many others. I have mentioned the advantages to using sulphate free shampoos in my "Keeping unnatural hair happy" post but I have never really though about cutting sulphates out from the rest of my life. Until now.

For the last week I have been using a pretty strong retinoid. If you want to know more about retinoids then Skinacea is a great website to swot up, but in general terms, it is a prescription gel or cream (you can get weaker versions over the counter) that does wonders for acne and anti-aging. But it does come with some side effects. At first your skin can peel very badly, and you go through a stage of purging, where any spots or clogged pores that you have beneath the surface of the skin come to a head. That's what I've been going through the last few days, and I realised something whilst looking in the mirror. Pretty much all my spots are around my chin area. I knew I had clogged pores there, but I had no idea how many I had until I went through my purging stage. And how come there are so many in that particular place? And then it hit me, my toothpaste! One of the top ingredients in my (and many other toothpastes) is Sodium Lauryl Sulphate. It can cause ulcers, sore skin and irritation and clogged pores. Now don't get me wrong, it's not dangerous, and I have been using regular toothpaste with sulphates for all of my life, but I've alwyas wondered why occasionally my mouth gets sore in the corners of my lips, and now I think I've hit the nail on the head. I headed out to Superdrug and purchased some Sensodyne, which is sulphate free. I'll keep you updated on the progress!

Another thing which I wouldn't have even thought about was how I clean my make up brushes. I saw a post on the internet by someone who was having terrible trouble with her skin. She kept it clean and moisturised, she used gentle products, slept on clean pillows and washed her make up brushes regularly, but she said everytime she used her make up brushes they broke her out. Now that shouldn't happen. If you are using dirty make up brushes then yes, but clean ones? Then someone asked what she was using to wash her make up brushes and she replied that it was a regular shampoo. With sulphates! Now your skin may not be that sensitive to sulphate that you break out simply by using a brush that has been cleansed with a product that contains them, but it is worth thinking about. I think I'm going to switch from using cheap shampoo, to a mixture of washing up liquid and almond oil in the future.

Sodium Lauryl Sulphate is a foaming agent that is found in so many products, from hair care, to facial cleansers and toothpaste. While it's not bad for you (like I say, for many many years pretty much all of my products contained Sodium Lauryl Sulphate) it is kind of a unnecessary additive that can cause more negative side effects than positive. Do I really want clogged pores on my chin just so my toothpaste is more frothy? Do I really want my hair colour to fade quicker just because I can get more of a lather when washing my hair? With more people thinking more carefully about the ingredients in the products they buy, a lot more sulphate free products are available, and not really any more expensive, so why not try giving up sulphates for a while? See if you can see any difference.

Korean Trends: Amazing Korean Beauty Trends in 2017 to Try Right Now

by Giselle @ koglow

Korean beauty trends in 2017 include a lot of things from 2016: sheet masks, textures, hyaluronic acid and more. In other news, Target is now carrying expert-approved K-beauty products from Peach & Lily. Remember, Korean Trends updates every Saturday, don’t miss it. Korean beauty trends in 2017 Innovative Face Masks Sheet masks can do a lot, but they’re […]

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KAO BIORE UV AQUA RICH WATERY ESSENCE SUNSCREEN SPF50+ PA++++  HYALURONIC ACID  | eBay

KAO BIORE UV AQUA RICH WATERY ESSENCE SUNSCREEN SPF50+ PA++++ HYALURONIC ACID | eBay


eBay

The 2015 version with PA has arrived. The protection-enriched UV Aqua Jelly Capsule turns into water once applied, allowing the skin to absorb it very quickly and easily. With combination of Hyaluronic Acid and Mix Citrus Essence from grapefruit, orange, and lemon extracts, the new product also helps the skin retain its moisture and softness. | eBay!

Biore UV Aqua Rich Watery Essence Sunscreen SPF50+ PA+++ reviews, photos, ingredients

Biore UV Aqua Rich Watery Essence Sunscreen SPF50+ PA+++ reviews, photos, ingredients


MakeupAlley

Biore UV Aqua Rich Watery Essence Sunscreen SPF50+ PA+++: rated 4.2 out of 5 on MakeupAlley. See 192 member reviews, ingredients and photos.

Staff Picks: The powders that keep our makeup intact

Staff Picks: The powders that keep our makeup intact

by Denise Bengzon @ Articles - Project Vanity

As a dry-skinned gal, I didn't think I needed to set my look with powder until I began to notice the foundation on my nose would disappear after just a few hours of wear. It would happen even though I was using a long-wear formula and my face hadn't oiled up much! I've learned to apply a bit of setting powder after since then, and it has honestly made a difference in how much longer my makeup lasts! If you're a newbie at this like I am, it's good to know that there are great budget options available. But what if you want to invest in something that's HG quality? Well, that's where the rest of the PV team chimed in!

Are these the perfect sunscreens for the face?

Are these the perfect sunscreens for the face?


basics and neutrals

Two face sunscreens that are lightweight, non-greasy and close to invisible.

Biore UV Bright Face Milk SPF50+ PA+++ Sunscreen For Face 30ml

Biore UV Bright Face Milk SPF50+ PA+++ Sunscreen For Face 30ml


BuyDee Store

Skin-brightening, milky soft lotion has a lightweight formula that allows it to glide on with ease, correcting a dull and lackluster complexion by delivering a shot of vibrancy that leads to lovely and radiant skin.

New blog!!

by noreply@blogger.com (Angela YanShan) @ Big. Fat. Dream

Hey guys!! I'm finally back to blogging! Not sure if anyone is reading but I hope to gain readers soon!

So basically I'll be blogging about my daily life, some products and giving some reviews about them. The products may include make ups that I had been using since I first know about make up till date where I constantly try out new products and stop changing when I get a good and suitable product for myself. And some facial products, some fashion items and whatever that I find nice and would like to share.

I hope that my readers can benefit from my reviews and be able to choose the most suitable product for their skin type as that is what I do when I hear about a product - *google search reviews on blah blah product* then tons of reviews will be there and I'll open all in tabs just to compare the reviews.
So hopefully my review will contribute abit on the decision making process :)

Btw, I have not been blogging for like 2 years now after my previous blog being hacked. I was totally upset and was lazy to set up a new blog. But recently I started following the blogs that I read last time and they really inspired me! The feeling of blogging is just irreplaceable and I really really missed it.

So stay tuned to my next post which will be in next month cause I'm having exams sooooon :(

I shall include the blogs that inspired me here :)
P/S: they are really pretty bloggers!!

- Xiaxue - sg : now a mother with beautiful baby boy named Dashiel
- Qiuqiu - sg : a sweet blogger, straight forward and nice
- Miyake - sg : personal fav. She's more to ulzzang korean style right now. Do check her out!
- Peishi - sg : 18 this year. Young and sweet!
- Chuckei -mal : love her make up and fashion tips!
- Cheesie - mal : Japanese fashion and make up!

And many many more~~

Thanks for reading! Xoxo

Rodan + Fields Lash Boost

by Editor @ Skincare Dupes

Water/Aqua/Eau, Butylene Glycol, Hydroxyethylcellulose, Keratin, Hydrolyzed Keratin, Biotin, Sodium Hyaluronate, Isopropyl Cloprostenate, Octapeptide-2, Allantoin, Panthenol, Copper Tripeptide-1, Pantethine, Polypeptide-23, Cucurbita Pepo (Pumpkin) Seed Extract, Glycerin, Sea Water, Malus Domestica Fruit Cell Culture Extract, Hydrolyzed Glycosaminoglycans, Prunus Amygdalus Dulcis (Sweet Almond) Fruit Extract, Backhousia Citriodora Leaf Oil, Dipotassium Glycyrrhizate, Rhizobian Gum, Styrene/Acrylates/Ammonium Methacrylate Copolymer, Xanthan Gum, […]

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Garnier Skin Skinactive Soothing 3-in-1 Face Moisturizer and Darkestville Castle

by Isabella Muse @ Musings of a Muse

This weekend, I’m planing to stalk drugstores for Garnier Skin Skinactive Soothing 3-in-1 Face Moisturizer, go apple and pumpkin picking, and play stupid amounts of Darkestville Castle. But first about that Garnier Moisturizer. Garnier’s latest skincare launches are looking mighty interesting as you may already know from my past posts about the new cleansers and […]

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Too Faced Banana Pudding Back in Stock with Free Shipping

by Isabella Muse @ Musings of a Muse

The Too Faced I Want Kandee Banana Pudding Powder is back in stock at toofaced.com with free shipping! I didn’t really LOVE it but I know many of you were curious to try it. Here’s your chance! 🙂 You may also enjoy...Too Faced Friends and Family 20% Off 2015Juice Beauty Friends and Family SaleToo Faced […]

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Japan's No. 1 Sunblock Now in the Philippines: Biore UV

Japan's No. 1 Sunblock Now in the Philippines: Biore UV


Greta's Junkyard

The number one sunblock brand in Japan is now here! Read all about Biore UV and their Perfect and Aqua Rich Series. I love the light feel on my skin!

Review: Bioré UV Aqua Rich Watery Gel - Berries In The Snow

Review: Bioré UV Aqua Rich Watery Gel - Berries In The Snow


Berries In The Snow

Of course with summer approaching everybody thinks of sun protection, but even in winter you should use your daily dose of UV protection for your face. UV radiation will not only cause visible and accute skin damage (like sunburn), but...

Kao Japan Biore UV Perfect Face Milk Sunscreen (30ml/1 fl.oz.) SPF50+PA++++ Waterproof

Kao Japan Biore UV Perfect Face Milk Sunscreen (30ml/1 fl.oz.) SPF50+PA++++ Waterproof


Alpha Beauty

Found this Biore UV series always appear in Japanese magazine? You can now buy it here!This is the newly released sunscreen milk with improved formula.  Features1. Perfect & comfortable texture, with sebum absorbing powder for skin refining2. With the

Video: All Your Sunscreen and Make-up Questions Answered

by Michelle @ Lab Muffin Beauty Science

Or at least I hope all your sunscreen and make-up questions are answered! This video took me a bloody long time to research and put together, so I’m hoping I won’t have to revisit this topic again anytime soon. The questions I talk about: Do I need to wear sunscreen every day, even though I’ll...

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Sunscreen showdown 2K16: Review of Biore, Missha, TonyMoly, Sunbears and Holika Holika Sunscreens

Sunscreen showdown 2K16: Review of Biore, Missha, TonyMoly, Sunbears and Holika Holika Sunscreens


Peepingpomeranian

Followers on my Instagram (@peepingpomeranian) and Snapchat (@peepingpompom) have already seen some of the testing and peeks at how the different sunscreens in my collection fared. But for the rest…

The Brown-Skinned Beauty In A Sea of "White"-Obsessed Fools

by noreply@blogger.com (Vanessa Felix) @ Pas-sosyal

Love yourself. How hard can it be?

Not quite easy in a country where conformity is the standard, especially when it asks you to conform to what nature has not given you: "white" skin. As a kid, I have always wondered why we are so obsessed with how fair our skin is, and throughout the years, found the apparent reasons of people who believe this idea quite absurd, with the same magnitude as the stupidity of the believer itself. Which is why finding people who can learn to appreciate their color is always a welcome surprise.



Meet Julienne, a kayumanggi beauty working in Hong Kong. She used to despise her skin's color because of the typical Filipino's notions on skin tone, but finally learned to love herself, thanks to her working abroad and finding people who actually loved her look.

It was family and friends that first conditioned Julienne into coveting that white skin, on the grounds that white skin suggests fair-skinned people seemed "mabango (good smelling / fresh)". I interviewed my mother-in-law, who did not want her granddaughter staying in the provinces and stay with the kid's other grandmother because she did not want the girl to become darker. I asked why she did not like dark skin and she told me, "hindi kasi mukhang malinis (it's because it looks dirty)". Everything starts at home, as I'd like to put it - and tanned skin, even if you were born with it, is monstrous.

It was a good thing Julienne was able to meet other people who looked at her skin in a different light. She finally learned to accept what nature had given her. But pity for those people stuck in this country, like that little girl who will be bent on avoiding the sun and spending a ton of cash on whitening products because her grandmother taught her the "standard" of keeping her skin as fair as it can be.

I've always believed that beauty has always been defined by our socio-economic biases. During the Victorian Era, European had to do a lot of crazy things just to lighten their complexion because white skin was the standard. Note that the nobles at that time had fairer skin while the common folk had darker shades from working under the sun. Now, Westerners prefer "tanned" skin as this signifies one is not a meager office/factory slave worker who never gets time to go outdoors.

In modern Philippines, the belief is more Victorian - fair skin is akin to one's riches, which is quite funny considering some of these riches are funneled out trying to "look" rich, to look whiter. Unfortunately, it is quite normal for Filipinos to have naturally golden skin - just like the little girl who in a few years may fall as a glutathione junkie. Which brings us the status of the skin care market - heavily packed with whitening products, cashing in on changing the Filipino's natural color into something straight out of a stupid, poorly written, badly casted, Filipino telenovela.

Just looking at the constant barrage of advertisement on whitening products is enough to paint the bleak futile future of skin care in the country. With too many whitening products in the market, it is quite alarming that the number of sunblock and sunscreen products are not as visible than their exfoliating/false-coloring counterparts, especially when lighter skin is tantamount to lesser sun protection, thus heightened risk for skin cancer.

Like Julienne, I am hopeful that Filipinos finally learn to love themselves, at least for the sake of their meager earnings and health. While it is true that a more open, rational paradigm shift on skin tone will take generations, we Filipinos should be practical and focus on more important matters, like actually becoming rich, than just looking like one. Let beauty be defined by you, not by media or society's wretched biases.


This $7 pump bottle is Beauty Water’s best friend

by Tracy Robey @ fanserviced-b

I Bought It Affiliate Links   I’ve had packaging lust since reviewing Sarah Chapman’s Skinesis Liquid Facial Resurfacer while on a hunt for the best lactic acid that could serve as a Good Genes dupe. While the Skinesis formula didn’t wow me, the bottle’s flip top and press-down dispenser had me heart eyes. I needed this […]

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Biore UV Aqua Rich Watery Essence and Watery Gel Review - The Wanderlust Project

Biore UV Aqua Rich Watery Essence and Watery Gel Review - The Wanderlust Project


The Wanderlust Project

I wasn't an avid sunscreen wearer until I found the Biore UV Aqua Rich Watery Essence.

Biore UV Aqua Rich Watery Essence Spf 50+ PA ++++ – Retin-A Over The Counter

Biore UV Aqua Rich Watery Essence Spf 50+ PA ++++ – Retin-A Over The Counter


Retin-A Over The Counter

Biore UV Aqua Rich Watery Essence Spf 50+ PA ++++50gFREE SHIPPING on order over $45

KAO love! Biore Sunscreen and Nivea Sunscreen 2017 version - Wonect.Life

KAO love! Biore Sunscreen and Nivea Sunscreen 2017 version - Wonect.Life


Wonect.Life

Biore sunscreen and Nivea sunscreen are great as cost-effective sunscreens. Find out the suggestions, and what reformulations there are this year!

The Best Tricks That Worked For My Acne

by Bun Bun @ Bun Bun Makeup Tips and Beauty Product Reviews

At the risk of jinxing myself, I decided to write this post to share some weird things I do to cope with acne. The occasional zits make their appearance, but when it comes to my skin, I have been conditioned to be easily contented. Don’t expect to see flawless, baby smooth skin on my face. I don’t ask for […]

Biore UV Perfect Spray SPF50+ PA++++ - Beauty for Brekkie

Biore UV Perfect Spray SPF50+ PA++++ - Beauty for Brekkie


Beauty for Brekkie

The newest SPF from Biore is perfect for touching up your anti-UV game.

Biore UV Aqua Rich Watery Essence Sunscreen SPF 50+ PA+++

Biore UV Aqua Rich Watery Essence Sunscreen SPF 50+ PA+++


Skincare Dupes

Biore UV Aqua Rich Watery Essence Sunscreen SPF 50+ PA+++ ingredients review, alternatives & similar products.

[Beauty Review] Biore's UV AQUA Rich Face Mousse vs Perfect Face Milk - Mypeaceofheaven

[Beauty Review] Biore's UV AQUA Rich Face Mousse vs Perfect Face Milk - Mypeaceofheaven


Mypeaceofheaven

For this post, I tried Biore UV AQUA Rich Face Mousse and I'm going to compare it with Biore Perfect Face Milk.

Acne free sensitive toner

by Editor @ Skincare Dupes

Ingredients: Water, Niacinamide, Pentylene Glycol, Glycerin, Sea Whip Extract, Camellia Sinensis Leaf Extract, Citrus Aurantium Dulcis (Orange) Fruit Extract, Citrus Medica Limonum (Lemon) Extract, Pyrus Malus (Apple) Fruit Extract, Saccharum Officinarum (Sugar Cane) Extract, Bisabolol, Zingiber Officinale (Ginger) Root Extract, Salicylic Acid, Sorbic Acid, Benzalkonium Chloride, Disodium EDTA, Butylene Glycol, Aminomethyl Propanol, Benzyl Alcohol, Isoceteth-20.

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Review: Elight Facial Treatment at Wellaholic

by Zoe @ Mypeaceofheaven

Hi ladies! Today I will be reviewing the Elight facial that I did at Wellaholic, a one-stop wellness hub that takes care of you from head to toe, and from inside out. Their vision can be summed up beautifully in the word HABIT. Have supplements to cover nutritional gaps Take part in Activities for fitness ... [Read more...]

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Too Faced Chocolate Bar Eyeshadow Palette

by Mavis Ngui @ Beauty for Brekkie

This is a review of the Too Faced Chocolate Bar eyeshadows I got about a year ago and never used – mostly due to my worrying dependence on the Naked2 palette. I love Naked2 so much I have a spare set even though I’ve only hit pan on two shades in the current palette… Anyways. I don’t […]

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Yadah Anti-T Red Zero Spot Cream Review

by Peepingpomeranian @ Peepingpomeranian

Thanks to BBcosmetic, I got to try my first Yadah product. I’ve seen most people talk about the Yadah bubble cleanser or the toner, but I hadn’t seen anyone use this. I’m not very acneic myself, I don’t get inflammatory acne (i.e. whiteheads/closed comedomes) but rather I get blackheads. I did get a few breakouts ... [Read more...]

My new HG face sunscreen: Bioré Aqua Rich Watery Essence SPF50 PA++++

My new HG face sunscreen: Bioré Aqua Rich Watery Essence SPF50 PA++++


Project Vanity

You can't possibly miss Bioré if you've been to a beauty drugstore chain in Japan. It's prominently featured among the dizzying selection of skincare and tools probably right when you enter. It's that popular! I actually bought the Bioré Aqua Rich Watery Essence SPF50 PA++++ (P420) the first

The Best Sunscreens in Korea This Summer, Plus Best Sunscreens for Oily Skin[2017]

by Giselle @ koglow

These are the I tried the best rated sunscreens in Korea this summer, and I found great options for Normal and Dry skin, and some really crazy good options for Acne prone or Oily skin and Combination skin. The sunscreens I tried have been consistently in the top 10 ranking from May-July of this year, […]

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J-Beauty Love: My three favorite things from Kate Tokyo's new collection

J-Beauty Love: My three favorite things from Kate Tokyo's new collection

by Marielle Ong @ Articles - Project Vanity

Sparks flew the first time I experience Kate Tokyo in the summer of 2016. It was during a media event launching a line of eyeshadows and face bases that I found myself captivated with this J-beauty brand’s take on edgy makeup. More so, it was when I learned to do the life-changing vertical gradation eyeshadow technique that made my monolids look bigger and brighter! I’ve been doing my eye makeup that way every since.

I'm in love with a skincare guru.

by noreply@blogger.com (Kim O) @ And now for something similar...

Yep. I'm in love. But I get the feeling this love affair is going to be pretty bad news for my wallet.

This is just a quick post to let you all know about a skincare guru that you really need to listen too; Caroline Hiron. She's recently came to my attention because of a skincare talk she recently did at Libertys. I didn't go but I have heard loads of people mention it, and I have been a regular visiter to her blog ever since. She has really made me focus on my skincare routine and I now have a long list of products on my wishlist (which will be my next post) which I am going to slowly start purchasing.

Seriously. Go read her blog. Your face will thank you.

Review: The New 2015 Biore UV Aqua Rich Watery Essence SPF 50+ PA++++!!!!

Review: The New 2015 Biore UV Aqua Rich Watery Essence SPF 50+ PA++++!!!!


Fifty Shades of Snail

Guys, I have an announcement. I’m engaged! Yes, that’s right. The new 2015 Biore UV Aqua Rich Watery Essence sunscreen and I plan to elope soon. We will make our lifelong commit to each…

Biore UV Aqua Rich Watery Essence and Watery Gel Review

by Sheryll @ The Wanderlust Project

Hey hey! I’m going to let you in on a little secret. I wasn’t an avid sunscreen wearer until 2 years ago when I moved to Vietnam. When I was living in Korea, I’d use it sporadically, mostly because I couldn’t really find anything that wasn’t super thick, oily, was tinted, or left a gray/white…

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Review: PocketDerm – An Online Dermatology & Prescription Acne Medication Service

by Kerry @ Skin & Tonics : A Skincare Blog

I proclaim my love of the modern world pretty frequently in my every day life. I say it every time I walk into an air conditioned building, when I binge watch a new show on Netflix, and I say it when I’m able to read breaking news from the other side of the world on […]

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5 Asian Beauty Finds: The Best Sunscreens for Oily Skin

5 Asian Beauty Finds: The Best Sunscreens for Oily Skin


koglow

I spent a month testing Asian brands to find the best sunscreens for oily skin. These sunscreens won't leave you blotting your make up away.

Review: Sofina Beauté UV Cut Emulsion NS SPF50 PA++++ (Fresh)

by Kerry @ Skin & Tonics : A Skincare Blog

It’s not a secret that I enjoy splurging on pricy skincare products – luxury skincare is one of my absolute favorite ways to treat myself. But sunscreen, which is the product I consider to be the most important product in my daytime skincare routine, is one product I actually don’t splurge on. To a non-regular-sunscreen-wearer, […]

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Kiehl’s Ultra Facial Oil-Free Gel Cream

by Editor @ Skincare Dupes

AQUA / WATER GLYCERIN ALCOHOL DENAT. DIMETHICONE ISONONYL ISONONANOATE CARBOMER IMPERATA CYLINDRICA ROOT EXTRACT DIMETHICONOL CAPRYLYL GLYCOL CHLORPHENESIN SODIUM HYDROXIDE XANTHAN GUM PSEUDOALTEROMONAS FERMENT EXTRACT TETRASODIUM EDTA TOCOPHERYL ACETATE MENTHOXYPROPANEDIOL PHENOXYETHANOL BIOSACCHARIDE GUM-1 ACRYLATES/C10-30 ALKYL ACRYLATE CROSSPOLYMER

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Acne free alcohol free toner

by Editor @ Skincare Dupes

Ingredients: Water, Niacinamide, Pentylene Glycol, Glycerin, Sea Whip Extract, Camellia Sinensis Leaf Extract, Citrus Aurantium Dulcis (Orange) Fruit Extract, Citrus Medica Limonum (Lemon) Extract, Pyrus Malus (Apple) Fruit Extract, Saccharum Officinarum (Sugar Cane) Extract, Bisabolol, Zingiber Officinale (Ginger) Root Extract, Salicylic Acid, Sorbic Acid, Benzalkonium Chloride, Disodium EDTA, Butylene Glycol, Aminomethyl Propanol, Benzyl Alcohol, Isoceteth-20.

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LOreal Cleansing Balm

by Mavis Ngui @ Beauty for Brekkie

I dread washing my hair. Absolutely hate it. While I can slather on 10 different face products with my eyes closed and endless yawning, there’s just something about lathering and conditioning and drying (oh god, the drying) of my long hair that bugs me. It was the Sunday evening of my daily routine…Until I discovered […]

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Thoughts on Direcsil Face Shield + the Lipstick League

by Tracy Robey @ fanserviced-b

I Bought It Affiliate Links   Thoughts on Direcsil Face Shield There’s a new kbeauty trend product hitting social media: liquid pimple patches. The product comes in a tube, and you’re supposed to squirt out the clear gel, apply it to your zits, let it dry, and then apply makeup over it. In theory, it […]

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The Best Sunscreens for Not Feeling Like a Greased Sausage

The Best Sunscreens for Not Feeling Like a Greased Sausage


GQ

The best sunscreen is from Japan—featuring a water-weight, scentless formula that disappears on skin as if you weren’t wearing anything in the first place.

2017 Biore Aqua Rich Watery Essence and Watery Gel: First Impressions - fanserviced-b

2017 Biore Aqua Rich Watery Essence and Watery Gel: First Impressions - fanserviced-b


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In this first impressions post, I show off the 2017 Biore Aqua Rich Watery Essence and Watery Gel and provide some ingredients and swatches.

2017 vs 2015 Biore Watery Rich Aqua Gel and Essence: Comparison Review & What Sunscreens You Should Use Instead

2017 vs 2015 Biore Watery Rich Aqua Gel and Essence: Comparison Review & What Sunscreens You Should Use Instead


Vanity Rex

Biore recently reformulated the widely beloved Biore Aqua Rich watery Essence and Biore Aqua Rich Watery Gel released in 2015. I’ve been using the 2017 versions of the essence and gel for a f…

I was lost, and still am

by noreply@blogger.com (Vanessa Felix) @ Pas-sosyal

Hello! It has been a while and I'm sure some of you are wondering where I have been. A LOT of things had happened since I last wrote anything here. Some may be rearing to see a random review from me, but let me preempt you: I want to, but I cannot.

During the later half of 2014, I had a spike of demand for my work-at-home engineering gig. It was exhausting and fulfilling, but it was taking a lot of time. I am still engaged with this work, happily at that. And while it has stopped my blogging, it is expanding my knowledge of my craft and it is paying for the bills. Yay!

But while my career is gaining some good ground, my personal life, unfortunately, is not. I got pregnant last November but I miscarried a month ago. It was my first pregnancy too, after a year of trying. My husband and I were traumatized, to say the least. I am afraid of getting pregnant again, because the gory imagery that night of my baby's unfortunate demise is still with us. It would have been slightly easy to accept if we had a chromosomal problem during that pregnancy, but we lost the battle due to a ruptured placenta. The fact that such incidence is quite unusual does not help, too.

This is where I will take a leave from Pas Sosyal.

I will probably still update this blog from time to time to reply to comments and mail, but currently my work is owning my time right now. I've overloaded myself with projects so I won't even have time to cry too much, plus this working-horse-mode gives me some motivation to cope up with our loss.

In case you've seen all this blog has to offer, you can find a variety of good blogs being recommended within reddit. /r/AsianBeauty and /r/SkincareAddiction are two skincare related subreddits packed with tons of information - from linked blogs, to helpful FAQs, databases (check our /r/AsianBeauty's spreadsheet on cleanser pH!), progress pics and many more. The people there are quite giddy about it, too, so I highly recommend visiting those.

Anyway, thank you guys for the follow, link, reads, comments, and mail. Blogging about girly stuff was fun - but I think my experiences, both from highs and lows, shifted my priorities that I now want to just focus on my husband (but not kids - I'm not going to try to conceive ever), career, and my personal healing.

See you wherever, and don't forget your sunscreen!

xo,
Vanessa

Why You Shouldn't Be Buying Your Sunscreen in America

Why You Shouldn't Be Buying Your Sunscreen in America


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When Kristin Francis, a consultant living in Jersey City, visits Europe, she comes home with bottles of foreign sunscreen. Francis considers sunscreen from Europe the perfect souvenir, seeing as...

Whitening and Blood Clots: What is Tranexamic Acid?

by noreply@blogger.com (Vanessa Felix) @ Pas-sosyal


Hopefully, you've read the previous post, because the build-up was kind of there.

Because I have more free time, I am now tasked with the traditional "sa bahay lang" housewife role and am now in charge of everything housekeeping and cooking. I cannot carry very heavy loads according to my doctor, so every other day, I go to the nearest grocery to pick up household items and ingredients for our meals. I always make it a point to make fun of some products sold in the beauty aisle or read product labels.

Anyway, I've noticed that my go-to grocery, and I'm betting many other groceries, sell much more variety of whitening soaps compared to that of normal soap. Whitening soap with different ingredients saturate the shelves while ironically, the sunscreen area is tucked in an obscure corner. The "canon" whitening products are still there: papaya, calamansi, glutathione, kojic acid. Then something catches my eye: kojic acid with tranexamic acid. 

I've never heard of tranexamic acid before, so I took a mental note of the spelling, went on with my routine and proceeded to read about it after all the housework. Wikipedia, basically says it is given by doctor to patients with the risk of heavy bleeding. Huh? How was this related to skincare? How this ingredient was discovered as a whitening ingredient is beyond my Googling powers, but at least I now have an idea and how people use it, so I can share it with everyone.

Tranexamic acid is not only a drug that helps prevent too much bleeding, but it is used also to treat melasma and may be administered orally, with a prescription of course. Shiseido introduced this ingredient in one of their whitening lines around 1990 to 2000. Topical products and drips are also being marketed, despite the obvious health risks and unwanted side effects. 

Does it work?

One study followed the progress of 74 Chinese women, all given two 250 mg/day tablets for 6 months. Most subjects had favorable results: out of the 74, 8 had excellent results, 40 had good ones, and 23 had fair results. However, around 10% of the subject got their melasma back after the study. No mention of control for the study was made, so the conclusion of its safety and efficacy remain disputable.

A randomized, blind study found the application of 5% tranexamic acid topically was basically insignificant and even caused redness on the skin. Another study, with combined topicals and orals, had similar unimpressive results with minor unwanted side effects. 

A preliminary clinical trial showed the effectivity of weekly injected tranexamic acid on localized melasma lesions. The study period lasted for three months with almost 85% of the respondents achieving 25-75% lightening. It was deemed safe, at a low dosage of 50 mL weekly. No controls were provided.

Drips have not been studied yet, but as with any other drips, this is discouraged by doctors for cosmetics use. 

tl;dr: Limited studies show tranexamic acid works as an injectable at controlled dosages. As for the oral and topicals, the results are mixed due to side effects and/or recurrence of dark spots.


Any side effects?

The minor side effects observed include gastrointestinal discomfort, extremely light menstrual flows, mild headaches, back, joint or muscle pain.  Tranexamic acid should not be used long term (beyong 6 months) due to its bigger side effects: blood clots and heart attacks. Its approved concentration ranges from 1.5%-3% depending on the country imposing the regulation (the Philippines has none).

It may not be used by people with known clotting problems, acquired defective color vision, and hypersensitivity to the acid, and pregnant women (it has the same category as kojic acid). 

So about the soap?

A hit or a miss. May cause hypersensitivity and redness and other unknown side effects (very limited studies exist). Not for the pregnant, people with heart, clotting and eye problems. Patch test prior to use and go crazy with sunblock. 

Korean Beauty Products for Acne: AC Clinic by Etude House VS Clean Face by The Face Shop

by Giselle @ koglow

Wondering what some good Korean beauty products for acne are out there? I’ve tried both the AC Clinic line by Etude House and The Clean Face line by The Face Shop, so if you’re wondering if these products work then this is for you. Korean Beauty Products for Acne: AC Clinic (now AC Clean Up) by […]

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The Best Japanese SPF and Sunscreens – Musings of a Muse

The Best Japanese SPF and Sunscreens – Musings of a Muse


Musings of a Muse

I wanted to compile a rather small list of the best Japanese SPF and Sunscreens that I've personally used and loved for many a fine year. I've used a lot o

Brighten and Firm Your Face with the Bonvivant Chrome Mask

by Giselle @ koglow

First of all, this was my first time trying a Korean peel off mask like the Bonvivant Chrome Mask. It moisturized and firmed pretty well. Most of all, it smelled really good. I never used a silicone spatula to apply a peel off mask before, either. Now I think using a spatula is the best […]

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[Review] Relaxing Guasha Facial for better skin

by Zoe @ Mypeaceofheaven

Hi ladies, I’m sure you have heard of Guasha. It is a traditional Chinese medical treatment said to improve blood circulation and to help with chronic pain, and is usually done on the back. But have you heard of Guasha facial? :) Honestly, I haven’t heard of it until I found out that The Best ... [Read more...]

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FYI: In Her Element is now available in Beauty Bar stores

FYI: In Her Element is now available in Beauty Bar stores

by Liz Lanuzo @ Articles - Project Vanity

Some of you may know that I started beauty blogging while I was in college almost ten years ago. I was a poor student in UP Manila, but I had some income from freelance writing gigs so I could buy makeup here and there. Still, I'd save up all my allowance and eat the cheapest lunch everyday just so I can shop for things to review! I started with drugstore brands but eventually worked up to pricier but better products. I remember that one of the very first "expensive" things I bought was a Prestige palette in Beauty Bar. I remember going inside the store so many times, exploring and swatching everything, before deciding on that 750-peso face and eye palette.

Biore Uv Aqua Rich Watery Bb 3D Effect Sunscreen For Face Spf50+ Pa+++ • $14.99

Biore Uv Aqua Rich Watery Bb 3D Effect Sunscreen For Face Spf50+ Pa+++ • $14.99


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Banila Co. Clean It Zero Cleansing Balm Review (Revisited)

by Kerry @ Skin & Tonics : A Skincare Blog

My original review for Banila Co. Clean It Zero Cleansing Balm was written on September 30, 2013. I’ve updated the review to reflect my newer rating system, as well as some additional product details. I love the way cleansing oils cut through every speck of makeup when I’m washing my face. I also love how luxurious […]

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Rodan + Fields Soothe Sensitive Skin Treatment

by Editor @ Skincare Dupes

ACTIVE INGREDIENTS: Allantoin 0.5%, Dimethicone 2.9% INACTIVE INGREDIENTS: Water/Aqua/Eau, Glycerin, Isododecane, Sodium Acrylates Copolymer, Oryza Sativa (Rice) Bran Extract, Chamomilla Recutita (Matricaria) Flower Extract, Pelargonium Graveolens Flower Oil, Lavandula Angustifolia (Lavender) Oil, Boswellia Serrata Extract, Oligopeptide-10, Tetrapeptide-16, Tocopherol, Tropolone, Tranexamic Acid, Honey Extract, Glycine Soja (Soybean) Germ Extract, Perilla Ocymoides Seed Oil, Helianthus Annuus (Sunflower) […]

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