⚡️ The BEST Moisturizer for ALL Skin Types ⚡️
#cheriecreator #ad #cheriepartner One of the best moisturizers I have ever tried! Milk MAKEUP - Vegan Milk Moisturizer
Aug. 31, 2020
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Good skn w/ some frizzy hair, how’s Quarantini?
Basically me everyday wash routine morning and night is Step 1: Cleanse with average Hydrating cleanser (the one that doesn’t foam) *MAKE SURE YOURE CLEANSER YOUR SKN FOR 60 SECS LADIES/GENTS) We want all that dirt and debris off ur skin. Step 2: I used persa gel which is 10% benzoyl peroxide to fight acne. I use it morning and night, but make sure in the morning to really use a hydrating moisturizer since it can dry out the skin. Step 3: MOISTUREEEEEEEE with whatever works for your skin sometimes i use two moisturizers idk I’m weird like that 🤣🤣 Last but not least in the morning I use sunscreen ALWAYS WEAR YA SUNSCREEN LADIES/GENTS I can’t stress this enough BTW: your skincare routine does not have to include 30 different products, I’ll give you guys a break down if your new or just want some insight on a super easy and effective routine without spending 30 mins in the bathroom. But hey I understand the skincare routine is a form of relaxation sis I’m not mad at ya. Do ya thang ! I’m about to go steam my face rn brb 💖💖💖💖💖💖💖💖💖💖💖💖💖💖💖💖💖💖💖💖💖💖💖💖💖💖💖💖💖💖💖💖💖💖💖💖💖💖💖💖💖💖💖💖💖💖💖💖
Milk MAKEUP - Vegan Milk Moisturizer I just finished my mini milk makeup moisturizer that i got from marshalls for 4.99 instead of paying $18 or $15 at sephora First of all ive never finished entire product on my life lol im always curious to try another product if i dont like it but this one is great! This is a creamy THICC moisturizer that really nourishes your skin! I love it doesnt have fragrance but theres a lil bit scent idk if its because of the ingredients. Packaging is cool too!
Milk Makeup Vegan Milk Moisturizer
The Milk MAKEUP - Vegan Milk Moisturizer is a SAVIOR for dry skin. I am really happy with how how well this is working for me. This moisturizer is vegan (clearly by the name) and fragrance free which is something I love. It’s meant to hydrate and nourish the skin. No actives in this, just a good moisturizing concoction. I will say, I was nervous it was going to cause serious breakouts when I first opened it because SHE THICC. This cream is sort of like a body butter in consistency. But after using it for weeks, no noticeable breakouts other than my usual stuff. In terms of what skin type, I would definitely say it’s geared toward super dry skin. It is extremely moisturizing and left my skin feeling soft after using it but not greasy at all. I don’t know if someone with oily skin would like how heavy this feels so if you are oily, I would say try a sample first. I also am a little nervous about the consistency going into summer. I am hoping it doesn’t melt off my face, but we shall see. For now, it leaves my skin feeling absolutely silky and amazing. I can use it both morning and night easily. It works well when mixing an oil into it as well. The packaging is cute too, but it doesn’t come with a scoop, so make sure you have your own if you plan on purchasing. Overall, this worked really well for me and I would recommend it to anyone with super dry skin looking to add some moisture back
Milk MAKEUP-Vegan Milk Moisturizer
My lazyyyyyyy day routine
After longggggggg and tiring working day, I just wanna lie back and have a break from complicated skincare products. So I usually will shorten my skincare into two steps as my lazy day routine. Cuz these two products all have pinky colours, I call this as “pink routine”. My Skin type: combo/acne-prone skin For me, toner is the must-have step for skincare. So u can’t really save toner even you are lazy! I chooseDARPHIN - Intral Toner with Chamomile, cuz it’s smell is sooo calming - refreshing and natural floral fragrant with a bit sweet fruity. I just feel so relax by using it, so vital for the busy day! And it’s really easy to be spread and not pricy! Strongly recommend, ladies!! Another must-have is facial cream. For me, it’sCLINIQUE - Moisture Surge 72-Hour Auto-Replenishing Hydrator. Like it’s name, it moistures the skin quite well only with a tiny bit! The cute pinky gel-like texture makes it so easy to spread and replenish ur skin without causing acne!!! I can’t ask more for this!!!
DARPHIN-Intral Toner with Chamomile
For Combo Skin! You Don't Need To Deal With Each Problem Separately!💯💯
Having combination skin can sometimes feels hard because skin issues feel like a double blow. Half of my face is feels tight and dry like a dessert while the other half (slash T-zone) is oily and prone to breakouts, espcially on the forehead and chin. Instead of using two separate products to tackle both skin concerns, I've broken down my skincare to a simple routine that includes an all-rounder moisturizer to combat both issues. The first moisturizer that I recommend is my favorite, CLINIQUE - Dramatically Different Moisturizing Lotion+. Although I switch between different brands, I find myself going back to this one if I need to fall back on a suitable moisturizer for my skin. This formula is best for oily combination or oily skin types, hence it is perfect for me to use all over the face and neck during warmer months or coupled with a strong serum in winter. I can spread the oil-free lightweight lotion across my face easily without it feeling too greasy (even on my T-zone) and my skin absorbs it really quickly too. Its natural ingredients keep my skin moisturized without feeling oily for the whole day or night. The other moisturizer I recommend may come as a surprise for a few -POND'S - Facial Moisturizers Dry Skin Cream. I originally bought this cream at a drugstore as I desperately needed a cheap and simple cream that day but it has now become a staple on my bathroom counter. The rich creamy formula absorbs into the skin easily, and locks in moisture all day without feeling too oily. I use the Clinique lotion the first time I wash my face in the morning., and then apply Ponds cream after a work-out shower (I work out twice a day). As it is so reasonably priced, I don’t feel bad with using this too much. Using the mix of moisturizers allow my skin to feel fresh, and most importantly, achive the right balance of hydration and oil control.
CLINIQUE-Dramatically Different Moisturizing Lotion+
Are These Hyped Up Skincare Products Worth It?
You ever get to a point with your skincare stash where you start asking yourself if certain products were worth the hype or not? After a certain point of using them you either see the hype or wonder what everyone is seeing that you’re not. One item I completely found not worth the hype was the Milk MAKEUP - Cooling Water . I had wanted to try this for the longest time and I finally got the chance with the Sephora birthday gift last year. Above I have the mini which is $15 for .21 oz of product (the full size is $26 for 1.2 oz). Milk claims this cooling under eye stick helps reduce the appearance of puffiness and dark circles with caffeine while hydrating with seawater (which sounds weird to me). My issue with this product is the stick doesn’t have enough glide. It skips across the skin and I feel like I have to tug too much at the delicate under eye area. It’s just too much trauma to the under eye. It’s a little cooling but not enough for it to be in the name. I don’t find it hydrates well either. It has no detectable smell. Overall this product is completely not worth the hype. Another product that is super hyped up is the MARIO BADESCU - Mario Badescu Drying Lotion . I bought last year around Christmas after hearing all the buzz about it. It was $17 for 1 oz of product. I will say that for the most part it does work but as I went to esthetician school I realized how bad this is for your skin. Yes, this will dry out a pimple but it also dries out your surrounding skin and can in turn damage it. When I did use it I used to spot treatment by sticking a cue tip in the suspension and grabbing some of the pink solution and applying to the blemish. It has this very STRONG smell of alcohol I didn’t like. I like to spot treat before I go to bed and I found when I was sleeping this would just flake off. It just irritated the skin and made it inflamed. I would not recommend this at all for acne. Like the whole range is really bad. Salicylic acid is a lot better of an option. This definitely was not worth the hype.
Milk MAKEUP-Cooling Water
My PM to AM Routine (Sensitive Skin)
I have delicate skin, so it took me a few years to find the perfect routine. I tried many products before that made my face peel and burn. Through trial and error, I finally found the routine that soothes and moisturizes my skin. And the best part: It’s only 4 steps! 🌙 At night, I use the Soap and Glory Peaches and Clean Deep Cleansing Milk. It’s soap-free, so doesn’t dry out my skin. Then, I take a raspberry-sized amount of the First Aid Beauty Ultra Repair Cream and apply it to my face and neck. It’s very gentle, and doesn’t burn even my sensitive under eye area. I finish with the Glossier Balm Dotcom on my lips. It’s made with lanolin, a thick moisturizer that makes your lips feel creamy. I keep it on overnight to seal my lips from dryness. ☀️ In the morning, I use the same cleanser to freshen my face again. Then, I use the Aveeno Positively Radiant Daily Moisturizer with SPF 30. I apply a dime-sized amount to my face, and it leaves a silky texture on my skin. I have been using these routine for over a year. Since then, I started getting compliments on how healthy my skin looks. 🖤 One more note: I do use one extra step in my skincare routine, but it’s a prescription acne cream. Since it’s prescribed, I can’t recommend it to everyone. But it’s harsh on my skin, and these other products don’t flare it up. To me, that’s another sign that they’re good for sensitive skin. If you have very gentle skin like me in need of some brightening, definitely check if your local Ulta or Sephora has trial sizes for these gems!
🌹Empty! Sisley Floral Toning Lotion
Sisley FLORAL TONING LOTION For Dry and Sensitive Skin😍 Empty again, but i have two backup hhh It claims to ormulated with hydrolats of Rose, Cornflower, and Witch Hazel, known for their soothing and softening properties, this lotion is appropriate for dry, sensitive skin. It tones, soothes and prepares the skin for your daily skin care regimen.🤩 I have been always interested in Sisley products, but as you all know, it’s not cheap. So when I find this toner, I thought it was the right time to purchase. This toner is not that expensive compared to other Sisley products. And fortunately, it worthy. I think it is quite suitable for dry, sensitive and combination skin. It absorbs quickly. I feel my skin absorbs enough water. I think it hydrates well. Besides that, my skin calms after apply it. I also like this smell. I know the ingredints that Sisley use are pure and natural, so it tells very fresh. I have acne prone skin, but this toner didn’t cause any breakouts.🙊🌝 Sometimes I use it to double cleanse my skin. I like it. I will rate it 4 out of 5. 🌟🌟🌟🌟Hope it can be cheaper. Pray!🙏
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