Drunk Elephant really set the bar for giving the customers what they actually need and disregarding the noise of the beauty industry. They don’t care if an ingredient is natural or synthetic, as long as it is clean, safe and effective. D.E. also like to focus on pH levels and percentages of actives that are at clinical levels, ensuring the skin isn't irritated. Lastly, and I love this point, they don't add any fragrance - including natural, deeming this skincare range a great option for sensitive skin types.Read More
If you didn't realise by now, my approach to skincare is all about balance and observation. Our skin is a reflection of our inner bodily functions which is also working on a supremely balanced system.
Over the years, I have learnt that result don't come over night (shock horror). So, it pains me that so many women and men want quick results when they don't even understand how long it took for the skin to become so damaged.Read More
Holidays can honestly be such a fun time. We indulge in all the food we see and drink whatever we want! It's the moment we come back from holidays where the little skin issue arises. That nasty break out that lingers on our tanned face for a good few weeks. Super annoying.Read More
Kate Somerville's clinic in LA is known for many treatments, two of which are the DermalQuench Oxygen treatment and her signature facial. In many of her treatments, she steams and exfoliates the face with a peel. Her peel had consisted of 2 components, one was the manual scrub and the other was the enzymatic peel.Read More
Through my research and experiences, I found that I leaned more into how the Asian community takes care of their skin, particularly Japanese and Korean cultures. One book stood out to me the most, Saeki's Japanese Skincare Revolution, where Chizu Saeki goes through the massage techniques and methods she uses when she consults clients.Read More