I have a sensitive-combination skin type. The t-zone and cheeks get extremely oily during warm and humid weather. During winter season, moisturizing creams make my t-zone oily. I was looking for something that could hydrate my skin without making the t-zone oily and has anti-ageing properties as well. In the past I have used Lancome’s Advanced Genifique (a serum I loved to the core), but this time I didn’t want to splurge on luxury. So, one fine day at the Innisfree store I told the attendant what my concerns were, then he suggested me Jeju Lava Seawater Essence. I tried it at the back of my hand and instantly loved the texture. An essence is more light weight and a little less concentrated than a serum. Using essence is an important part of the Korean skincare routine. Continue reading “Innisfree Jeju Lava Seawater Essence”
I have fine hair that get dry and frizzy after washing. I don’t use a conditioner post wash as it weighs down my hair and does nothing to tame the frizz. I have been using the Moroccan Oil Treatment regularly for the past 2 years. When I had long hair (till waist) I used to take one pump but now I have short hair (above shoulder), less than half a pump is more than enough. I take it on my palm, rub it all over my hands to warm it up (just like when you apply a hand cream) and then I run my fingers through the towel-dried hair from mid-lengths to end. Depending on how lazy I am feeling, I either blow dry or let my hair air dry. Immediately after application my hair feel soft, smooth and has shine. If you happen to go overboard, it will weigh your hair down.
The Moroccan Oil Hair Treatment has thick and heavy texture. It comes in a glass bottle with a dispenser. The bottle isn’t travel friendly as it quite heavy. I bought it from Looks Salon in South-Ex II. I am not sure if it available at departmental stores in India.
If you want to try the Moroccanoil Treatment, buy a 50ml bottle first and if you happen to like it then you may buy a 100ml one. The 100ml bottle lasts for a long time even after the regular use.
Have you ever tried Moroccanoil Treatment before? What do you think of it?
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