Skincare ranges

Shiseido White Lucent Brightening Cleansing Foam, Shiseido White Lucent Brightening Refining Softener Light, Shiseido White Lucent Concentrated Brightening Serum, Shiseido White Lucent Brightening Protective Moisturiser SPF 16, Shiseido White Lucent Brightening Moisturising Gel

Everything here was bought from 2 different Shiseido Sales! Pretty good deal I must say, with probably 70% off?

I will use this once my face stops breaking out, to lighten the marks.

 

Sekkisei Supreme Washing Cream, Sekkisei Lotion, Sekkisei Day Essence, Sekkisei Emulsion

Also for whitening, I’ve tried the Sekkisei range by Kose. However, I feel this brand doesn’t really suit me. I’ve tried their mask and massage gel too, and though it works wonders for others, it does nothing for me. In fact, I think I broke out using them 😦 I love the Sekkisei Supreme washing cream though. I’ve tried the Sekkisei Powder Wash before but I didn’t like it. The Sekkisei Lotion used to be my HG. I used up one 500ml and two 140ml bottles before this 360ml one. However I’m not using it anymore.

Naruko Tea Tree Oil Out Acne Clay Cleanser, AMPM All Day No Shine Sebum Balancer, Naruko Tea Tree Oil Out Balancing Moisturiser, Naruko Narcissus BB Sunscreen SPF 50, Naruko Tea Tree Oil Out Night Gelly

Recently I started on Naruko products and so far, I love them! The ingredients are mostly natural and it’s free of preservatives. The AMPM all day no shine sebum balancer is amazing! I use it under makeup or under the BB sunscreen when I’m heading out. The BB sunscreen is my favourite sunscreen. It’s very lightweight and isn’t much of a physical sunblock so it doesn’t form a thick cast on my face. It’s a BB sunscreen not a BB cream so there’s no coverage. I use the Balancing Moisturiser for day and Night Gelly for night.

Cure Natural Aqua Gel, Hada Labo Super Hyarulonic Acid Lotion, Aqua Label Enhancer WT

What these have in common is that they are

· From Japan

· Sold in Watsons locally

· Very popular in Japan

· And only this product from their respective ranges is popular

The Cure is an exfoliater which I love to death. It’s very mild and doesn’t irritate.

The Hada Labo SHA Lotion is a MUST TRY. Again, it is very mild, but locks in a lot of moisture (water, not oil) so everyone needs it. Hydration is the key to everything.

The Aqua Label enhancer is a product many are not familiar with. It’s meant to be an effecter to lock in your moisturiser, increasing its hydration capability. So you’re supposed to pat this on with a cotton pad after using moisturiser.

 

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