Diana
Diana
,
33
Dry/Sensitive Skin
,
Bay Area, California
Routine
“Skin care products should be healing and natural, there is no need for harsh chemicals!”
Routine
“Skin care products should be healing and natural, there is no need for harsh chemicals!”
  • NATURE REPUBLIC-Forest Garden Chamomile Cleansing Oil
    STEP
    1
    This oil cleanser is full of natural and healing ingredients--see for yourself! It does have fragrance and mineral oil (for those who may have sensitivities to fragrance / preference against mineral oil) Despite the fragrance...it smells SO good and has not irritated my sensitive, dry skin. It's hydrating and smoothing and a great price.
  • Be Plain-Greenful Ph-Balanced Cleansing Foam
    STEP
    2
    I love this gentle cleanser for my morning single cleanse and my evening double cleanse. A teeny bit really goes a long way, and it foams up wonderfully with a dash of water. It is seriously chock full of super healing + replenishing ingredients and doesn't break the bank for as much good stuff as it contains. It has a mild smell and was not irritating to my sensitive, dry skin.
  • NEOGEN-Bio-Peel Gauze Peeling Wine
    STEP
    3
    This was my first KSC (Korean Skincare) purchase and what started my entire foray into the wonderland that is skincare and ingredient analyzer/skincare review websites. I LOVE that it combines gentle manual exfoliation with gentle ingredients, so you aren't using harsh chemical exfoliants. It smells like grape bubblegum (in a good way) and each pad is super moist--they don't skimp on the product. While I am on the fence about Disodium EDTA, I do think this is an affordable and gentle exfoliating product.
  • Graymelin-Green Food Toner
    STEP
    4
    I don’t know why this isn’t more popular! It’s filled with tons of greenfood extracts and has such a pleasant, light smell. It is very replenishing. Will definitely repurchase! 
  • Estée Lauder-Advanced Night Repair Synchronized Recovery Complex Ii
    STEP
    5
    Lives up to the hype! This was a gift, and I am not sure I would have invested (it's a little pricey) but now knowing what I do, and experiencing the smoothness and vibrancy it has given to my skin, I would buy it. There was a noticeable glow even after the first night. Some reviews I have read report that you can tell right away when you stop using it...but I think I'm willing to take the risk.
  • Kiehl's Since 1851-Ultra Facial Cream
    STEP
    6
    Honestly, I am in the market for a moisturizer that is good for dry, sensitive-leaning skin while not being super heavy. While this fits the bill, I feel like I could find something that contains even more 'hero ingredients' than this one. I am finishing out my current jar (the last remnant of my 'past life skincare regimen, which consisted of diluted Dr. Bronner's as a cleanser and this as my moisturizer) and will be on the hunt in the meantime. This does the job though!