I'm a girl who loves beauty products, even though I haven't always been very keen on them, so I decided to start a beauty blog, where I share beauty product reviews with others and tell you about both the worst and best beauty products out there, according to me.

I'm also hoping it will make beauty and makeup more fun, even for those who are not beauty addicts already.

Wednesday, November 23, 2016

Review: Diptyque Nourishing Cleansing Balm

When shopping at Diptyque a while ago I was given samples of their entire range of beauty products I think, but the first one I tried, and therefore the first one I will review was their Nourishing Cleansing Balm. And since I had tried some Omorovicza balm that I really liked a while ago, I expected to like the Diptyque version too. And I did!

In fact, this cleansing balm is pretty similar to that Omorovicza balm with the exception that it smells much, much nicer! It has a gorgeous scent of roses and I am sucker for anything with a lovely scent, which is what Diptyque as a brand does best so this product is really the perfect fit for me, especially since it literally takes everything you have on your face very easily.

If I were to have one complaint it would probably be that the balm is super thick, so it's not super easy to put on due to that, but other than that, I definitely love this cleansing balm! Will buy it again for sure whenever I am in a Diptyque store again!

Diptyque loot to be reviewed

On a recent trip to Germany I visited a Diptyque store in Berlin and of course had to get quite a few goodies. I was mainly interested in their home scents (I will be reviewing these here on the blog as well, I think) but I was given several small versions of their recently launched beauty products too. So look out: there will be quite a lot of Diptyque reviews coming up here soon!

Review: Kiehls Rare Earth Deep Pore Cleansing Masque

As mentioned in my previous post, I really liked the Kiehl's daily cleanser I tried recently, but what about their pore cleansing masque?

I did buy their Rare Earth Deep Pore Cleansing Masque at the same time that I purchased their cleanser, and I must say the two products are pretty similar, both when it comes to the packaging and otherwise, so all Kiehl's products definitely seem to have a similar look and feel. (I see that as a good thing!)
I would say the actual masque looks like cement in a way, but luckily it does not really feel like I imagine putting cement on your face would, haha! Instead, it is a very pleasant masque to have on. It is significantly less messy, lighter and easier to get off than some other similar products I have tried, but best of all: it does a really good job at actually cleaning my pores, which is what I wanted it to do!

The jar it comes in is also huge, yet you really don't need to use a lot each time you put it on, so I have only managed to make a small dent into it for now and I feel I will be able to use this one large jar I got for quite some time.

So while I am not ready to say that this is my favorite facial masque of all time, I will say it is pretty, pretty good! Will definitely be repurchasing!

Tuesday, November 8, 2016

Review: Kiehl's Rare Earth Deep Pore Daily Cleanser

I had heard enough good things about Kiehl's to really, really want to try their products before actually buying my first serious Kiehl's products (I think I might have tried their hand cream before or something), a mask and a cleanser, simply because that is what I happened to need when I stumbled upon one of their stores while shopping for something else entirely.
The first product I tried out of these two was the Rare Earth Deep Pore Daily Cleanser, which is actually a really nice product to use.
It cleanses well, yet does not dry out your skin and feels kind of a mask, but can be rinsed right off. So it is an interesting concept and having used up a whole tube of it by now, I have no complaints.

Definitely an interesting product that I would not mind buying again!