Photo Diary: Skin & Body Care

All the skin and body care products that I used yesterday.


SENGAN SENKA Perfect Whip Collagen In: this foams like a demon. It’s luscious. It leaves my skin feeling very fresh and clean but not as drying as the classic version in the blue tube.

Hada-Labo Shirojyun Premium Whitening Lotion: super lighweight, water-like texture with tranexamic acid, vitamin C derivative (MAP), and hyaluronic acid (2 types).

Sidmool Pure Bifida 95 Ampoule

AQUAMOIST Fermented Hyaluronic Acid Cream

JMsolution Glow Luminous Flower Sun Milk Rose SPF50+ PA++++: this millenial pink-tinted milk has a beautiful soft matte, velvety finish that works brilliantly under makeup. It’s also heavily fragranced.


Clinique Take the Day Off Cleansing Balm: one of my most repurchased skincare products. The hard balm melts to an oil that removes every last trace of makeup and rinses completely clean. It’s like a cleansing oil except it doesn’t drip and it travels very well.

SENGAN SENKA Perfect Whip Collagen In

MUAC (Makeup Artist’s Choice) Mandelic Acid Toner: I swipe it on with cotton pad to gently exfoliate and unclog the skin.

Hada-Labo Shirojyun Premium Whitening Lotion

Melano CC Intensive Anti-Spot Essence

AQUAMOIST Fermented Hyaluronic Acid Cream

I generally use foaming face washes I didn’t like as body washes. Right now, I’m trying to use up an old bottle of Senka Speedy Perfect Whip.

L’Occitane Almond Milk Concentrate: quite possibly my most favourite body moisturiser of all time, partly because of that gorgeous French market-esque jar and comforting (but not overwhelming) gourmand-y fragrance. In terms of texture, its light, silky, and fresh with no greasy residue. The caveat with this (other than the price) is that it isn’t moisturising enough for drier skin.

Kiehl’s Crème de Corps: it’s rich and buttery, and works a certain miracle on very dry, itchy skin. It’s also fragrance-free, so no worries of scent clashing. accepts press samples but does not participate in sponsored product placement posts. Outbound links to retailers are usually affiliate links, which means that I may receive a small commission if you click on one of these links and make a purchase. This does not cost you anything but you are welcome to search the products on a new page if you prefer.