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July Skin Care Essentials

Wotcha, gorgeous ladies! The weather as of late has been sooo unpredictable. It'd be sunny during the day and then would rain at night and this has made my skin dry like the Sahara desert! LOL.
 

Anyway, I'd love to share with you my current skin essentials. I normally change the products that I use every two months just so my skin won't be immune to them especially if they're affordable and effective. So here goes.
 
 
 
 
 

Beauche Kojic Soap - My brother sold me this soap since they were tasked by their professor to sell at least 5 bars (part of their entrepreneurship class which I doubt! Prolly that professor's a reseller. haha). I loved it's tangerine scent and that it does not sting! Been using this for almost two weeks now and my colleagues have noticed that I am slowly getting my lighter skin tone back.
 

Etude House Happy Tea Time Cleansing Foam - Some reviews said that this tends to dry the skin but luckily for me, that didn't happen. I use this twice a day, four times a day and it has helped keep my skin squeaky clean. Love it's green tea scent too!
 

St. Ive's Apricot Scrub - This scrub has been very helpful in getting rid of the old skin on my face. I use this alternately with the cleansing foam. I also liked it's mild fruity scent.
 

Myra Facial Moisturiser - This one's not in the photo above because I have ran out of stock when I took that shot. LOL. I am using the red tube and this is the only product that I've been using for almost a year now. Very effective in keeping my skin soft and moisturised.
 

Celeteque Acne Spot Corrector Gel - I have this two pimple marks on my right cheek that has stayed for two or three months now. It's a bit lighter now thanks to this corrector gel!
 

Benefit It's Potent! Eye Cream - Since I have been on graveyard shift for almost four months now, I rarely get six hours of sleep thus, hello dark eye circles! Hello eye bags! This cream helped a lot in minimizing puffy and dark eye bags. Very effective as I've seen the results before the 10th evening of using it!
 

Nivea Body Milk Extra Whitening Cell Repair & Protect lotion - I abhor greasy lotion that's why I love Nivea lotions a lot! They're easily absorbed by my skin and very effective. This is already the 2nd bottle that I've consumed since their May sale and I have one more sitting at my drawer waiting to be used. Admit it, you also hoarded Nivea products during that sale? Haha.
 

Well that would be it for my July skin care essentials. Care to share what products keep your skin clean, supple and soft?
 

Cheers ladies!
 
 
 
 
 

Comments

  1. The Celeteque Acne Spot Corrector Gel looks promising. I will look for it on my next trip to Manila :) I have pimple marks on my face too and Paula's Choice glycolic acid is helping a lot in lightening them :)
    www.jacquelineuy.blogspot.com

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    1. Yes Miss Jacq, you might want to try the Celeteque Corrector Gel. It's only around PhP160+ if I'm not mistaken. :)

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  2. Haven't tried any Etude Facial Foams yet but it looks promising. :) There are a lot of variants I see whenever I enter their store and I get overwhelmed. :) www.allaboutbeauty101.com

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    1. I feel the same. I've only been to their store several times and I always find a bunch of products that I wanted to buy.

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  3. Mejo sketchy yan professor na yan ah! Haha Seryoso someone should look into that. Anyhoo I never got to hoard any Nivea products during the sale boohoo. :( Hope they bring it back maybe around December. :)

    CJ | From Manila with Love

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    1. Hindi pa naman naulit na pinagbenta yung brother ko. Pero if it will happen again, I'll report him sa admin ng school (^-^)
      Regarding the sale. I hope so too that they have another sale this December.

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  4. Staple na sa skin care essentials ako ang St. Ives Apricot Scrub since college days pa. Kahit marami nang newly developed facial scrubs ngayon bumabalik pa din ako sa St. Ives.

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    1. I agree =) This has been my mom's fave and she passed it unto me. Affordable yet super effective!

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