Category / Skin Care – Beauty Drink

Miss Feet Makes An Appearance Thanks to Scholl Velvet Smooth Express Pedi Foot File, and Nourishing The Skin From Within With Kinohimitsu Collagen Diamond 5300 Drinks

Scholl Velvet Smooth Express Pedi Foot File and Kinohimitsu v2

Wanna know a secret? When Scholl launched the Velvet Smooth Express Pedi Foot File a year or two ago, I was so intrigued that I kept watching Youtube video on how to use it. It’s therapeudic 😛 . The most interesting video I watched is from BeautyQQ. That little machine worked so well on her and her mum! Then last year, Scholl released a Limited Edition Velvet Smooth Express Pedi Foot File in Pink for Breast Cancer Awareness Month, I screamed.

Review: Kinohimitsu J’pan D’Tox Juice 6-Day Program & J’pan Beauty Drink – Collagen

Implementing collagen drink intake into my beauty regime is not a secret as I have reviewed two brands before. Recently I tried another brand that is widely available at all major supermarket and pharmacy. That brand is none other than Kinohimitsu.
I don’t know about you but I know Kinohimitsu as a brand that produce collagen drink. Throughout the years Kinohimitsu had elevated thus coming out with more and more products.

Review: Firmer Face and Look Younger with DHC Collagen Beauty 7000; Fountain of Youth in a Bottle

Since last week I’ve been consuming DHC Collagen Beauty 7000 that I had since the official launch last month. At first I have no intention of reviewing this collagen drink but after half way through the box I decided to pen down my thought on this for own reference in the future.
Do you know what DHC stands for? No right? Me too.

Review: Nourishing Your Skin From Within with BRAND’S InnerShine RubyCollagen Essence

Recently I’ve embarked on a new journey in my beauty regime. After many years of hearing about collagen drink I’m finally on it. Thanks to BRAND’S InnerShine RubyCollagen Essence I find that collagen drink is not as bad as everyone been saying.
Y’all know how many steps I implement in my daily skin care routine right? All these skin care is called “topical skin care” as it sits on the surface of the skin and only 30% (or less) gets into the skin.