Yonka’s HYDRALIA (renamed HYDRA +)

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Yonka has once again changed this product. It works basically the identical to Hydralia, although the ingredients have changed as possible read in the following post. See 4 NEW Skin Boosters from Yonka-Paris to find out more about this new release of a still wonderful hydrating elixir. Does your skin layer feel tight once you placed on your moisturizer?

Do you have true-dry skin-skin that doesn’t secrete enough essential oil? Are you experiencing oily skin, but your skin seems dry? If you answered “yes” to any of these questions, you might consider adding Yonka’s HYDRALIA to your skin layer care and attention routine. The main ingredient in this super-hydrating elixir is glycerin.

  • Reduce Sebum Production
  • Cosrx BHA Blackhead Power Liquid
  • ESTEE LAUDER idealist pore minimizing epidermis refinisher – 50ml for £52
  • Onion and Garlic to eliminate Dark Spots on Skin
  • Gastroenteritis among others
  • Hot Pink Dress or Fuchsia Dress
  • Fresh fruits and greens is exactly what healthy pores and skin needs

Unlike a genuine oil, glycerin provides moisture to your skin without leaving your skin layer feeling oily. Day and night cremes Hydralia can be added to both your, helping to super-hydrate your skin. This product is a must have in winter and a great addition to your program-anytime. Mixing Hydralia with your day cream allows your makeup to look fresher and last longer, and you also won’t have to get worried about dried out, flaky skin. Appreciate using Hydralia and say bye bye to dry, dehydrated skin. That one product can make a great addition to your healthy skin care regular.

There was absolutely no denying at this point which i already owned these shadows, and, frankly, that they just weren’t as special as I thought they were by looking at promotional photos. Really, Gemini is not especially unique. In fact, I think the largest audience for this are people who wanted Subculture but didn’t buy because of the horrendous reviews. As for me, I once owned Venus II but decluttered it years back because I was not in a place with my makeup preferences to really appreciate those tones.

I’ve possessed Viseart Dark Matte for a long time and absolutely love that palette. And if that’s insufficient, before I relocated, I had been gifted Subculture (though I am still undecided if I want to keep it). And that is not even counting most of my one shadows. 70 with taxes and delivery. 7 per shadow is high too. Looking at the promotional photos of Gemini, I still think it’s a gorgeous palette.

And I’m glad to see more brands branching out from the boring and overdone neutrals and shades that are only aimed toward light skin shades. 70 on a palette full of colors that I own already. The best way I could describe this feeling is to talk about a tale about some palettes that I have recently purchased. I received a few demands to test some “dupe” palettes and form an opinion on the grade of the shadows. Traditionally speaking, I’m not just a huge fan of brands that “dupe” popular palettes because I do believe that it is an infringement on one’s creative and intellectual property. But due to the requests, I did so purchase some palettes from Hush to test.