Sanitas Skincare Brightening Peel Pads Review

A while back I started noticing that some big name beauty vloggers like Jaclyn Hill, James Charles, and Desi Perkins were all using products from a brand I was unfamiliar with, Sanitas Skincare. They all said that Sanitas came highly recommended to them by their estheticians, so I was interested in giving them a try. Their best selling and highest rated product are the Brightening Peel Pads. These pads are…
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Dr. Jart+ Peptidin Radiance Serum with Energy Peptides and Peptidin Firming Serum with Energy Peptides Review

Who said science can’t be art, too? Well, whoever it was, apparently didn’t really have much of an imagination, or vision like Dr. Jart+. As his website states, his products are “Powered by science. Inspired by art.” That sounds wonderful, but just how do these prettily-bottled serums really stack up when it comes to results? FutureDerm recently took a look at two of their most popular products: Peptidin Radiance Serum…
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Bioderma Micellar Water Review

Micellar water is an interesting one. A longtime staple in France, micellar water lives up to its claim: An all-in-one cleanser, it removes makeup, purifies the skin, and tones to boot. It does not need to be rinsed off. Simply sweep the face with a soaked cotton ball, and voilà. For cleansing and toning in one simple step, I do like micellar waters. They are gentle and don’t strip the…
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Eve Hansen Anti-Aging Skin Care Set Review

With Prime Day right around the corner, it’s time to start getting those wishlists ready! The Eve Hansen Anti-Aging Skin Care Set ($27) is an affordable 3-pack of serums that has over 400 reviews on Amazon and 4.5 stars. It includes hyaluronic acid, vitamin C serum, and retinol serum to improve your complexion. There’s nothing better than quality skincare at an affordable price, so I decided to give this one…
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Why I Only Use SPF 100+ Now

While a lot of skincare experts will tell you that an SPF 30 will do just fine, I disagree wholeheartedly. In theory, here’s why: An SPF of 30 allows 3.3% of rays through, an SPF of 50 allows 2% of rays through, and an SPF of 100 allows 1% of rays through. A difference of 2.3% between SPFs 30 and 100 doesn’t sound like a lot, but when you consider…
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Spotlight on: Azelaic Acid

While it sounds really scary to be applying Azelaic Acid to your face, we’ve already discussed on numerous occasions the benefits of some of the acids commonly used in skincare. Glycolic acid, salicylic acid, alpha- and beta-hydroxy acids, and others can have huge benefits when it comes to the care of your skin. Azelaic acid is no different and deserves its moment in the spotlight! Jack of Many Trades Azelaic…
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