Careline is a local Filipino brand that has been around as far back as I can remember. Alongside Ever Bilena, another long-time brand, Careline has gone through a lot of changes since their debut in 2005. However, they remain to be the makeup brand for teenagers and being budget-friendly, and with the expansion of Blythe […]Read more "Careline blushes: A Review"
Hello there! Coming in with another Filipino-made/local product from ‘The Good Goods’ brand. I’ve only ever encountered them back in Pasay’s S’Maison Mall, connected to SM MOA. I will say that I got this back in 2018 and had forgotten to post a review of it back when the stall was active and when I […]Read more "The Good Goods Micellar Water: A Review"
Human Heart Nature is among the Filipinos’ staple brands and which I personally really admire for their mission for cruelty-free, 90%+ vegan and ethical standards for finding their resources, ingredients and particularly workers, who are from the impoverished class, all locally-sourced and grown. I also admire the variety of products: skin care to repellents, they […]Read more "Human Heart Nature Radiant Grace Night Cream Review and Formula Comparison"
I’ve got two reviews for technically one product in this post. It’s Human Heart Nature’s Hydrating Creamy Wash in Moringa, an affordable face wash which comes in their regular size and a small travel size. They’ve repackaged it to a new bottle, reformulated the product and added more in the new one. I got mine […]Read more "Human Heart Nature’s OLD vs NEW Moringa Creamy Face Wash"
Hey, sorry it’s been so long since I updated. But no more moping around. I want to start with this one, especially since I finished the bottle.It’s V&M’s Eternal Pearl Pore-Perfecting Face Creme For Luminous Glow. It’s a Philippine-made product from V&M, a cosmetics, skin and bath care brand that’s for ladies and gentlemen.It’s Pros: […]Read more "V&M Eternal Pearl Face Creme: A Review"
versatile and beyond their intended designRead more "Current favorites pt 2: Ellana cosmetics Iris Eye/blending brushes"
It’s 2018. For the last few years since I learned putting makeup, I had been on the hunt for Philippine-made, or Philippine-based makeup, because I want to spend on affordable and locally-made products. As if that isn’t enough, I am transitioning to a cruelty-free and ethical-based mindset. Before 2016, all I can gawk and invest […]Read more "Current Favorites, pt 1: Ellana Cosmetics Iris Face Brushes!"