Tag: cult skincare

Review – Oskia Citylife Cleansing Concentrate

Today’s review is about another Oskia product that I’ve been using lately. Introducing the Oskia Citylife Cleansing Concentrate – a lightly foaming cleanser from Oskia’s NEW anti-pollution range that leaves skin pH balanced, fresh and free from pollutants, make up and impurities. I was introduced to this product via one of Caroline Hirons’ videos on the brand overview of Oskia. However, what really spurred my … Read More Review – Oskia Citylife Cleansing Concentrate

Review – Oskia Renaissance Mask

Oskia’s Renaissance Mask is one of the products that was included as part of the Cult Beauty X Caroline Hirons box in Dec 2017. I’ve used it roughly once or twice a week for around 2 months and I’m ready to provide my verdict on it. Oskia is not a common brand in Singapore. In fact, I think that very few people in Singapore … Read More Review – Oskia Renaissance Mask

Review – Omorovicza Moor Cream Cleanser

The weather in Singapore has been so wet these days. It’s practically the same torrential rain either in the morning or the afternoon followed by intense humidity that’s through the roof. So why am I telling you about the weather in Singapore? Well, what I’m saying is that because of the weather, the lighting has been horrible for taking photos and thus the stock … Read More Review – Omorovicza Moor Cream Cleanser

Review – Allies of Skin Bright Future Overnight Facial

Allies of Skin is a Singaporean beauty brand that has gone global in recent years. From a small local brand to having their products being stocked in Cult Beauty Online, Net-A-Porter, Sephora and even SpaceNK (!), this brand has truly come a long way. Allies of Skin, to date, only has a capsule collection of just 4 products that are designed to complement all aspects … Read More Review – Allies of Skin Bright Future Overnight Facial

Review – Biologique Recherche Lotion P50 Original “1970”

The Biologique Recherche Lotion P50 is such a classic cult product with celebrities like Madonna, Brad Pitt and Sharon Stone and many beauty editors professing their love for it. However, it’s such a notoriously difficult product to find, not to mention buying. It’s traditionally only sold in spas and you need a personal consultation to purchase it. I don’t even think that they put any money into … Read More Review – Biologique Recherche Lotion P50 Original “1970”