All posts tagged: Kiehl’s

Kiehl’s Smoothing Oil-Infused Leave-in Concentrate | Review

Hey guys, happy Wednesday! I hope you have had a good week so far. When it comes to hair, I am pretty ignorant. I trim and colour my hair on a regular basis, and I do hair treatment weekly at home. That’s it. I am guilty for blow dry my hair very often. My hair is really frizzy, especially at the front. Really bad! Lately, I picked up Kiehl’s Smoothing Oil-Infused Leave-in Concentrate from a shopping trip. I have been interested in trying out Kiehl’s hair products for a while, but never got around to do it. The leave-in concentrate is my first. What they say about the product: ” Weightless and versitile oil concentrate nourishes and smoothes hair while achieving a soft and shiny finish. …provides smoothing for all hair types; product may be used on damp hair as a nourishing and smoothing treatment and styling aid, or on dry hair as a weightless finisher for softness and shine. Formulated with Argan oil and Babassu oil extracted from Brazilian palm trees, treatment instantly transforms hair to …

Kiehl’s Clearly Corrective Dark Spot Solution | Review

Just finished a bottle of the Clearly Corrective Dark Spot Solution serum from Kiehl’s few days ago. I thought it might be a good idea to share my view here. One of my skin concerns has been pigmentation on my cheeks for the past few years. I don’t have acne scars, but I have dark spots and patches on my cheek. The causes? No idea, hormonal changes, UV exposures, or probably just genetic. I do use SPF products religiously every single day.  This serum is not a new product, and it has been on the market for quite a while. I purchased mine from the airport duty-free shop in early May this year. It’s a 50 ml bottle, which lasted me about 4 months. The RRP is $70 for a 30 ml bottle in Australia.   On the package, it says this corrector has “a visible impact on a broad spectrum of dark spots, including those caused by age, UV exposure or post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation”. Kiehl’s AU website claims that 55% of women clinically had dark spot reduction in …