This is the second installment of what will be a four-part series to show you how to purchase the right products for your specific needs from “The Ordinary” – a budget friendly, straightforward, treatment-focused skincare brand from Canada.
I bought my first “The Ordinary” products earlier this month and can’t help but notice how difficult it was to decipher which products were right for me. Aside from feeling like I needed a degree in Chemistry to pronounce the names, the products weren’t categorized into what I’m typically used to seeing – the traditional Cleanse, Tone, Moisturize model. I was quite overwhelmed and confused when browsing The Ordinary’s website, so I thought I’d go ahead and learn more about this brand and do some videos to help explain how to pick to pick the right Ordinary products for your skin type and needs.
This is the third installment of what will be a four-part series to show you how to purchase the right products for your specific needs from “The Ordinary” – a budget friendly, straightforward, treatment-focused skincare brand from Canada.
We’ve planned our trip to Japan! Although I am slightly disappointed that we will be going as the cherry blossom season is winding down, I’m still very excited because this time, we’re visiting the island of Kyushu – a different scene than the previous trips we’ve taken (Tokyo, Osaka, Kyoto). From what I understand, Kyushu is home to major cities such as Fukuoka (home of the famous Hakata style tonkotsu ramen), Nagasaki, Kumamoto, and the “onsen” hot springs resort town of Beppu.
I love me a good essence. Ever since the K-Beauty trend popularized this product, lots have been written about its efficacy, need, and place in your standard skincare routine. The idea of a “booster” to maximize the efficacy of your serums, moisturizers, treatments is not exactly new to those of you familiar with the Asian skincare philosophy and ritual.
Dermstore, an online favorite destination to shop for effective, quality skincare, is having a Spring Sale with up to 20% participating brands with the code GLOW18 at checkout. Hurry, the sale ends on 4/2/2018! Here are some of my picks to stock up on skincare essentials as well as some new items to try during this sale. Take advantage of sale, plus easy returns in 30 days.
Spring break and summer vacations are just around the corner – I hope you have a great vacation or trip planned. I’ll be visiting Japan soon so I wanted to share in this post what I will be taking with me this time.
I’ve been excited to share my thoughts about this sleeping mask! I’ve heard so many good things about the Glow Recipe brand, and watermelon is one of my favorite fruits…. so I figured I would at least like how this mask smells. I remember growing up in Taiwan, some women would use watermelon rinds to moisturize their face. I thought it was the strangest thing at the time, but now looking back at it those women might have been up to something! Watermelons are, after all, mostly water.
Happy Spring! The weather is getting warmer and warmer – pretty soon it will be a thousand degrees here in Las Vegas. The dry climate in Las Vegas wreaked havoc on my skin when we first moved here. I’ve been trying and experimenting with different products and finally came across a routine that’s been working well for me. If you live a dry, arid desert environment, you might want to give some of these products a try. I try to focus on moisturization, with emphasis on brightening.
I’ve been trying a lot of Korean skincare products lately, part of gathering more content for this blog as well as finding inspiration for my newest hobby and addition to this blog – building Beauty Lately’s YouTube channel! As a marketer by day, I see how fast e-commerce and digital marketing is shaping how consumers shop and interact with brands. Long gone are the days of brands speaking to consumers via ads.