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Highlighters -Unlisted Brand -SoSu Highlighter Palette

on 3/22/2018 4:11:00 PM


Super chalky, you have to swipe multiple times with your finger to get any product/shine. Looks ok on, but once you try to blush it in to blend it almost disappears. Made my pores appear much larger. Made ingredient is talc, and like the other SoSu products it is made in China. For the price point, you’re better off getting one decent highlight rather than 6 mediocre ones.
Most highlighters feel silky when you swipe/swatch them but this is gritty and rough feeling. You can even see it from the professional photos of the palette

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Highlighters -Unlisted Brand -SOSU by Suzanne Jackson Highlighter Kit

on 3/22/2018 3:48:00 PM


The colours on this looked so promising but I think it was just against the white packaging. I use a little highlighter brush from Real Techniques and I have used it for MAC soft n Gentle, but when I tried to use it with this highlighter, it was coming up clumpy on the brush. It transferred OK to my skin but it didn't look as nice on as it did in the packaging. I found shooting star way too yellow and I just don't know what they were doing including candy crush. I suppose you could use them as eyeshadows but they wouldn't blend- it is like they are stiff products or something. I think it is just a white labelled product.

I honestly would not recommend anyone buy this product. For this money, I would stick with what you know like MAC. I tried Becca too before (that is for another review) and I still didn't even like that that much compared to the MAC one. So this product just didn't live up to its competition at all.

Eye Shadow -Unlisted Brand -SOSU by Suzanne Jackson Hot Fire Signature Smoky Palette

on 3/22/2018 3:37:00 PM


I didn't buy this but I have used it a few times. (My niece bought it). Right where to start,it has 12 shades and each one is very chalky. There's so much fall out you have to keep going back to the pan. The shades have no colour pay off what's so ever,even when using the best eyeshadow primers. It's very expensive for a white labelled product. Would not recommend.

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Contour -Unlisted Brand -SOSU by Suzanne Jackson Complete Contour Palette

on 3/22/2018 3:25:00 PM


Bought this when it first came out. It has 3 cream contour colours, 1 cream highlight and 2 powders. It's says it suits all skin tones but the cream contours are too dark for any fair skin tones. The consistency of creams are too thick and makes your face look dirty. Very hard to blend too.The powders are like talc. The cream highlight is nice but that's about it. I broke out after using the this product. I found out after that all the brand is white labelled. I wouldn't recommend.

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Treatments (Face) -Unlisted Brand -Leejiham Vita Propolis Ampoule

on 3/22/2018 2:29:00 PM

SKIN TYPE: Combination, Dehydrated, Acne-Prone
SKIN CONCERNS: Dullness, PIH, Hyper pigmentation, Acne

This product claims to revitalise, brighten, even out texture, hydrates, and give a glow to the skin. It's suitable for all skin types particularly acne-prone skin.

Before I start, this product normally retails for approximately $45 for 15ml at stores like GlowRecipe, however this can be purchased at less than half that at ebay or Amazon. There are many reputable stores in either or, just make sure you look at their feedback. I personally got mine at sweetcorea's ebay store for approx $18 CAD, and it arrived at my doorstep within a week.

Ingredients: Propolis extract, Portulaca Oleracea Extract, Hippophae Rhamnoides Fruit Extract, Panthenol, Rosa Centifolia Flower Water, Niacinamide, 1, 2-Hexanediol, Ethyl Ascorbyl Ether, Hamamelis Virginiana (Witch Hazel) Bark/ Twig Extract, Centella Asiatica Extract, Carbomer, Arginine, Spirodela Polyrrhiza Extract, Hydroxyethylcellulose, Dipotassium Glycyrrhizate, Sodium Hyaluronate, Adenosine

In general the ingredient list is pretty clean, with some very nice ingredients such as propolis, niacinimide, Panthenol (Pro-Vitamin B5), and Ethyl Ascorbyl Ether (A stable form of Vitamin C).

Propolis: Good for acne since it is antibacterial and antifungal, moisturizing, smoothing, softening, and controlling oil production.

Package and Usage: It comes in a 15ml glass vial, with a dropper tool, and was inside a small metallic triangular box. 15 ml is not a lot of product but from my experience, this works best with a carrier, such as putting a drop (or several) into a moisturiser or essence, so a little bit does go a long way. But a word of warning, it should NOT be mixed with actives, such as AHA, BHA, or Vitamin C, since it does have niacinamide, which will convert to niacin at low PH.

As soon as I got it the morning of, I immediately dropped it into my essence (Cosrx Advanced Snail 96 Mucin Power Essence) and slapped it on my face. Which I know, is bad practice (everyone please patch test before using a new product), luckily my skin did not have an adverse reaction to it, in fact it was exactly the opposite, my skin LOVED this stuff. Immediately after usage, my skin had a healthy glow to it, and was well hydrated. It seems to really boost the hydration levels of my essence. Within DAYS there was visible fading of my acne scars. Within three weeks of usage I made more progress with my acne scars than I had in months, and has almost fully disappeared. It seemed to control my sebum production a little bit, but it doesn't seem to control acne when I do have breakouts, it does soothe it though.

I've also tried mixing this in my foundation, but had less favorable results. It did hydrate my skin to an extent, but since it sits on top of the skin, rather being absorbed into it, the effects were more minimal. Some people have had success with this method, where it gave their makeup base a glowy healthy look, but for me, it seemed to make my foundation separate a little and looked a little bit greasy. So I think it's dependant on the foundation you are using as well.

Overall, I will be repurchasing this product over and over again. It fulfils nearly all its claims in my case, and I love that it makes my skin healthy and hydrated, faded my acne scars, and a that despite the small package, a little bit goes a long way.

Who would I recommend this for? People with dehydrated skin, those suffering from uneven skin tone or acne scarring, or people who want less dull skin. It also claims its good for people with acne, but I haven't really seen much results in my case, but every skin is different.

Who would I not recommend this for? If you have any sensitivities to any of the ingredients, the big one being Propolis which composes 50% of the ampoule. Also, since it does contain propolis, people who are vegans will not be able to use this, since propolis is an animal derived product.

9.8/10 This is my HG Product (mixed with an essence), I only deducted a 0.2 because I did hope that since majority of the product was propolis, it would help with breakouts, but this already does so much, maybe it's too much to ask for a product?

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