After a terrible few instances of ‘hyperseborrhea’, which is essentially, using too much of a product on your skin that makes the oil (the sebaceous glands that secrete sebum) go into overdrive and end up making too much of the oil that it starts to harm your skin. I read up extensively about what you’re supposed to use- how- and a few tricks to go about managing the quantity of your daily beauty products.
After a quick chat with my cousin, we realised there were lower cost alternatives to most high-end products. In the dupes section today, I’d love to share alternatives to the ‘Keihl’s Midnight Recovery Concentrate’ that I reviewed a couple of weeks ago.
So, the pack comes in a nice plastic tube and contrary to prices abroad, this works out fairly economical. And behind the plastic tube, you’d find a promise by Blossom Kochhar that talks about a six way skin transformation: lightening, brightening, exfoliation, cleansing, nourishing and restoration.
What I can only label as a ‘miracle product’ is Kiehl’s Midnight Recovery Concentrate. Something I’ve now been using for over 3 months (not everyday, my bad). But they only product that gives me visible skin changes. And to sum this up in one line- I am impressed. (No, I haven’t started ageing yet. Just some skin-care indulgence)