My High End Skincare Luxe-List

My High End Skincare Luxe-List

A little over nine months ago was the last time I shared my beauty wish list. Today, I wanted to share with you another list of skincare products I have had my eyes on for a while or have recently been added to this list. Since I am on a no buy makeup ban, I have been spending most of my online browsing, exploring different skincare products, which you probably notice my addiction has grown to a different direction.

Tatcha Rice Enzyme Powder US$65: If this is anything like Dermalogica’s daily microfoliant, then I am all in. I know this is one of those hyped up products and I am in no way going to one day buy it because of a “hype“, but I am hoping it is a lovely exfoliant that will keep my skin feeling polished and baby-soft.

The Beauty Chef Dream Repair Cellular Serum AU$69.95: I have seen this featured on a few top Aussie insta-bloggers, and have lately been craving facial serums and oils. This claims to offer ‘a high level of antioxidant cellular repair as well as boosting collagen production, for a smoother, healthier and more radiant complexion’, which is right up my alley.

Omorovicza Refining Facial Polisher US$95 / AU$140: I was given a sample and boy will it go straight to my holy grail skincare list. It is enriched with emerald green-algae, which is what you will notice first and once buffed into the skin, it will turn into a pearlescent grey colour. I will be thrilled to one day have a chance at owning this amazing-wonderful-godsend product, but will have to find a good enough justifiable reason to pay the price and hopefully make it work in my favour!

My High End Skincare Luxe-List

Oskia Renaissance Cleansing Gel AU$43: I have moved away from using cream cleansers to exploring gel cleansers and have so far been enjoying the results. I would be interested to see how this will react to my skin, as ‘it is infused with Vitamins A, C and E, which work synergistically to improve the appearance of sun damaged, dry and mature skin. Also, claims to protect skin against free radicals and environmental damage, as well as effectively help to improve elasticity and firmness, soften and nourish the skin’.

Chanel Hydra Beauty Serum US$97.50 /AU$124: I had an opportunity to test this serum on the back of my hand a couple of weekends ago. It claims to ‘provide hydration, as it deeply moisturises the skin and protect it against physiological and environmental stresses’. It is very expensive and I did enjoy the aftermath, as it left my skin feel super silky soft and nourished. If I could just save up on some gift cards, I may have a chance at picking this one up.

Sunday Riley Ultra-Clarifying Face Oil (U.F.O.) US$80: I have had my eyes on this since its launched and believe it to be sold at Sephora US. It claims to be ‘a quick-absorbing, medicated dry oil to clear congested pores, treat and prevent acne, and smooth the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles for clearer, smoother skin.’ Suitable for people who experience acne, blemishes, blackheads and pores. I heard through the grapevine that Mecca will have it available next month. Fingers crossed, the rumours are true and we gals can get one.

Have you tried any of these skincare products? What is on your beauty luxe-list?

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