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Moisturizers -Nature Republic -Soothing & Moisture Aloe Vera 92% Soothing Gel

on 6/29/2018 3:10:00 PM


I bought this just in case I got sunburnt after my beach vacay. Luckily no burns. bBut what do I do with this?

It's a huge tub for a small price and I'm using it on my body after my usual body lotion (OPI Avojuice) ran out.

Sticky while applying, then it dries down to nothing. After a few days of using this, my legs got extremely dry and my arms had dry, rough patches.

Switched back to regular lotion (currently on Taylor Swift Enchanted Wonderstruck) and the dry patches are gone.

So yeah, what do I do with the rest of the tub now?

Edit: I was adamant on finishing the product that I transferred into a 50ml bottle for said vacay, and my skin just got drier and drier. I tried it on my thighs which are never dry, and it too became dry (I feel like I'm using the word dry a little too much here) so I spritz on Hada Labo Super Hyaluronic Lotion before applying the aloe and the dry patches were gone the next day. I finally finished the 50ml, and gave the remaining 250ml away. I will NEVER purchase anything aloe vera again.

Moisturizers -Nature Republic -Super Aqua Max - Combination Watery Cream

on 6/10/2018 1:36:00 PM


This is an unusual consistency for a moisturiser - it's a gel cream that forms a kind of thin film over the skin but on the slightly powdery side. Is it called sorbet moisturiser? Reminds me of soft konjac jelly a little bit. I'm not sure of the exact name. It's on the thicker end of the moisturiser spectrum, a very pale blue colour that unfortunately comes only in the jar packaging. It's also fragranced and while some of it is down to the plant extracts in it, there's still a noticeable artificial scent.

As a day moisturiser, I don't like it. The film it leaves over the skin tends to pill when using sunscreens and make-up, and it's not particularly hydrating by itself despite the focus on water. As a summer night cream however, it forms quite a nice final occlusive layer without feeling heavy and oily. With a lot of night creams, they make me sweat and feel super oily during summer nights, but this one feels quite refreshing. I just wish that it came in a more hygienic container with less fragrance.

Masks -Nature Republic -Real Nature Mask Sheet Shea Butter

This shea butter sheet mask is the first holy grail product I've discovered this year. It is super moisturizing and yet doesn't trigger pimples. One thing though - it can make your face greasy the entire day. Here's a summary of the goods and bads based on my experience.

What's Great?
1. No messy drippage
2. Deeply nourishing
3. Greasy, but Non-Sticky
4. Wow! No Pimples
5. So Cheap!
6. No Excess Serum to Worry About

What's Not So Hot?
1. Not the Best Fit
2. The Grease may Offend Some

Full review, before-after photos and product recommendation at

Cleansers -Nature Republic -Soothing & Moisture Aloe Vera Cleansing Gel Cream

on 4/7/2018 2:56:00 AM


Love this cleanser . It comes in many variations but I love this best. It’s almost like oil mixed in with gel without oiliness and it foams slightly . Very gentle on the skin , cleansers well without drying out the skin , non irritating and smells nice . Good for combi to dry skin .

BB Cream -Nature Republic -Bee Venom BB Cream

on 4/1/2018 2:12:00 AM

I bought this product in winter (harsh-continental climate). The consultant advised me this BB as a healing treatment for my oily, sensitive skin prone to redness. Well, I didn't like from the first day of using. First, it clogged my pores. Second, my T-Zone was greasy in just 2 hours. And finally, it made all skin flaws visible! This BB might be good for normal/dry young skin, but I definitely don't recommend this for problematic skin; I am 35.

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