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Skincare Sundays

A little late with the posts but I have been out for a while with traveling and working. Moving around from train to planes back to back within the last week has literally showed how dry and uncomfortable my skin could get. Which inspired my search for a new moisturizing product to heal my skin. A little background about my skin is that I played with a lot of chemicals especially with exfoliating products through my earlier years to get rid of my hyper pigmentation. Due to this my skin became extremely dry and sensitive in certain areas of my face so now how to fix this wad the problem. I began to play around with many moisturizers and I could never find the perfect combination. When I made my stop in London and spoke to one of ladies in La Mer she sold me on the product but the issue is that making such an investment without a means of return was not sitting well. Although the La Mer products are cheaper at the airport cough cough, I took myself to Sephora and picked up the 0.5 oz of the La Mer Moisturizing cream. La Mer gave me the healing I needed for my skin but I needed more so I began to do some research on Squalene Oil and its benefits so I picked up the Biossance Squalene Oil from Sephora and Omg literal magic on my skin. My skin looks healthier and feels less tight like it used to I am well on my way on reaching my goal to a concealer only daily makeup routine. I forgot to also mention another product which has helped a lot in my skincare process and that has been the Biologique Recherche P50 (I will be doing an extensive review later on), this product I picked up from the Skincare Queen Karin Kazarian and she was so kind to give me so many samples from their line with my product. The Biologique P50 has helped in keeping my skin exfoliated and balanced. I will continue to update you on my journey and will continue the Skincare Sundays every two weeks. For now Bye and have a lovely day xxx

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