Many readers write in with their oily/combination skin issues. Although that is not my own skin type, I thought, wow, I’m really not being fair when I am only reviewing products for my own skin type! Well say no more, my oily/combo friends… I know you want skincare that’s mattifying, purifying and natural. Am I [...]
Over the last couple of years, I’ve noticed that my skin dries out extremely easily with foaming cleansers. As a result, I have forgone the foaming types and opted for the cream-based cleansers. Foaming is overrated anyway ;). For summer, however, my usual cream cleansers have proved to be a bit too heavy. Enter Weleda’s [...]
Hi Miss Beauty Nerd, I have all of these face products and I don’t know when to use what. Can you tell me the order to apply them and do I use them all together or at different times? I have face wash, face scrub, face mask, salicylic acid acne cream, face toner, daytime face [...]
I am ecstatic to introduce another guest blogger to you today, my dear classmate and friend, Karina. Because we all lead super busy lives, Karina being no exception, I wondered what she has in her beauty bag of tricks that keeps her looking fresh + vibrant between work and school. She has graciously put together [...]
@beautynerds I don’t know how to solve my oily/clogged T-zone combined with overall dehydration. Suggestions? :(
It’s been awhile since I’ve gotten SUPER excited about a new skincare line. But then, I walked into Shopper’s Drug Mart the other day (if you’re not from Canada, it’s a drugstore chain with fancy pants beauty boutiques built in), and I felt my heart fluttering. I was excited. The new b.right! radiance skincare line [...]
Hey Miss Beauty Nerd, A friend and I were discussing the best products for combination skin. We know there’s a ton of products out there for this, but could you recommend the best ones for your followers that won’t break the bank account? Great job on your posts by the way! Source: collegefashion.net via Samantha [...]
Dear Miss Beauty Nerd, What do you think of one-step facial cleansers? There’s one by Philosophy that claims to replace your make up and eye removers, facial cleanser and toner. What do you think? Is the result comparable to doing each step separately? Thanks!