Oskia

Oskia


Overall rating
3.9
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65%
would repurchase
3.9
Created with Sketch.
Overall rating
65%
would repurchase

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Renaissance cleansing gel
2.0
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12 hours ago

I really want love this 'cause it's very pleasant cleansing oil and does its job perfectly. I love how my skin feels after using this. But unfotunately it caused me horrible breakouts on my chin after a week of using it. I'm prone to breakouts and this product is really nightmare for me. It contains lot of acne fungal triggers e.g. cetearyl olivate, sucrose laurate, sucrose palmitate, linalool, borago seed oil... so sadly not for me. Be careful if you have combination sensitive skin prone to breakouts.

Renaissance cleansing gel
2.0
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12 hours ago

I really want love this 'cause it's very pleasant cleansing oil and does its job perfectly. I love how my skin feels after using this. But unfotunately it caused me horrible breakouts on my chin after a week of using it. I'm prone to breakouts and this product is really nightmare for me. It contains lot of acne fungal triggers e.g. cetearyl olivate, sucrose laurate, sucrose palmitate, linalool, borago seed oil... so sadly not for me. Be careful if you have combination sensitive skin prone to breakouts.


Renaissance Brightlight Serum

What I like best is the smell. The scent is fresh, like citruses and white flowers and is a pleasure. The serum itself it a vibrant orange fluid (they must remind you you're applying vitamin C sourced from Sicilian oranges and extracted manually form each fruit to justify the hefty price tag...just kidding) and very runny, I found it difficult to control. Once applied and set - allow 2 minutes - you get a very tight skin effect...like a plastic wrap; I did not like this, it was uncomfortable. Plus, it started to tingle. I had to apply immediately a good moisturizer to get rid of the sensation. Not sure about the long term results... I am not going further. I have far better Vitamin C serums that perform at a fraction of the price.

Renaissance Brightlight Serum
3.0
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a year ago

What I like best is the smell. The scent is fresh, like citruses and white flowers and is a pleasure. The serum itself it a vibrant orange fluid (they must remind you you're applying vitamin C sourced from Sicilian oranges and extracted manually form each fruit to justify the hefty price tag...just kidding) and very runny, I found it difficult to control. Once applied and set - allow 2 minutes - you get a very tight skin effect...like a plastic wrap; I did not like this, it was uncomfortable. Plus, it started to tingle. I had to apply immediately a good moisturizer to get rid of the sensation. Not sure about the long term results... I am not going further. I have far better Vitamin C serums that perform at a fraction of the price.

Renaissance cleansing gel
4.0
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a year ago

A very gentle cleanser, great for dry skin. I use it as a 2nd cleanser only at night before I go to sleep. And I think it really does make my skin glow and it has lots of vitamins to benefit my skin in the evening. Easy to wash off.

Renaissance cleansing gel
4.0
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a year ago

A very gentle cleanser, great for dry skin. I use it as a 2nd cleanser only at night before I go to sleep. And I think it really does make my skin glow and it has lots of vitamins to benefit my skin in the evening. Easy to wash off.