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T.N. Dickinson's Witch Hazel Astringent
I've been using this product for 3 years and it helped me fight of my acne! It is not drying and it cleans very well, which supports its claim that it gently cleanses and conditions skin without removing any essential moisture. It somewhat helped with my whiteheads and blackheads but it was one of the products which made my skin less acne prone.
Tata Harper Resurfacing Mask
The resurfacing mask is simply amazing. It exfoliates the skin gently and gives it a glowing radiance that makes it look so healthy. It helped me keep my acne and clogged pores at bay when used every other day in the morning. I enjoyed the smell which is not overpowering and doesn't linger once the mask washed off. I would definitely repurchase it, however it is quite pricey and didn't last me very long.
Bobbi Brown Intensive Skin Serum Foundation SPF 40
This foundation is absolutely amazing, it is high coverage, incredibly rich and moisturizing. Truly a dry skin best friend. It might be a bit thick if applied with fingers but it's beautiful applied with a brush (I like it better than with a beauty blender). There is quite a strong smell but I happen to enjoy it. The main issue is the packaging, the dropper is a nightmare. Sometimes you can't get anything out of it and others it just spurts the foundation everywhere. I ended up using the dropper as a spatula and collecting the product that was stuck on the side instead. After a while I had to shake the bottle to get some product on top of my hand and I am pretty sure that quite a lot of foundation was left when I threw it away. I would repurchase in a heart beat if it weren't for the awful packaging.
A'pieu Madecassoside Cica Gel
This is my HG product for sensitive skin. It contains no EOs, alcohol, silicones, etc. It calms and soothes my skin, keeping my sensitivities and rosacea in check. It's a watery Vaseline gel that pats down into a hydrating cool moisturizer. It leaves behind a protective film on the skin. 70% Centella Asiatica Leaf Water and .5% Madecassoside.
La Roche-Posay Effaclar H Multi-Compensating Soothing Moisturizer
This cream was recommended to me by my pharmacist. I have dry sensitive and acne-prone skin. My skin had a reaction to this creme I had to wash it off immediately. My skin burned me, turned red and was aggravated. Merely minutes after a few pimples appeared. Even though this cream is made for sensitive skin I would advise to patch test first. I gave it to my best friend who lives in a very warm, dry and windy place, and she loves it.
Trilogy Certified Organic Rosehip Oil
I discovered that I was allergic to rosehip oil with this product. Of course, allergic reactions won't affect everybody in the same way. However, you should definitely patch test beforehand. Product in itself isn't bad, but the oil is quite thick and doesn't sink in right away. It also has a faint smell which is my favorite.
Hada Labo Gokujyun Makeup Removing Cleansing Oil
IMHO, Hada Labo Gokujyun Cleansing Oil is pretty much like most Hada Labo products - it does the job well but do not expect to be blown away by the slip or scent. If I want to pamper myself, I much prefer Tatcha's One Step Camellia Cleansing Oil but on days when I just want to get the sunscren and makeup off of my face as quickly as possible, I reach for Hada Labo. **NOTE** I suggest massaging it in and then letting it remain on your face for about 10-15 minutes if you are using it remove any water-proof makeup or makeup that does not easily come off. After, emulsify with water and you should be okay - do not be alarmed if your eyesight is a bit blurry after rinsing the oil off. It tends do that to lots of people.
CadeaVera Face 2in1 Mizellen Waschgel + Augen Make-up Entferner
I've been using this product every time I travel since it comes in really small package + a tiny size is enough to remove makeup completely. It doesn't cause any redness and it can be used in the eye area without irritation. Makeup comes off with the first rinse. My skin tends to get super dry usually but I haven't noticed that this product gets me any drier. So far so good :)