Last month Shiseido released its new skincare line WASO. WASO is the combination of “WA” (sense of peaceful, harmony) and “SO” (inspiration, idea and thought). It’s time to challenge the status quo. Drawing on its Japanese heritage, Shiseido is redefining beauty. No more gender, age, etc.. but a range for everyone. To celebrate the new approach to beauty, WASO features five unique faces who are … Read More WASO the new skincare line for millenials by Shiseido
Boscia the Japanese charcoal-centered skin care brand ventures into products tackling Pits, Feet and Faces
BOSCIA Boscia is the leader in botanical science. Capitalizing on Japanese technology to create highly effective products, Boscia prides itself to be the first 100% preservative skin care brand. Boscia is sold exclusively in Sephora and is well-known for is charcoal-centered skin care range. In the past 2 years Charcoal rose to fame, it has been used extensively in skin care and body wash products. The … Read More Boscia the Japanese charcoal-centered skin care brand ventures into products tackling Pits, Feet and Faces
Among all the spices used in cosmetics, we tend to think about coffee, pepper or black cumin. Whilst going through my twitter feed I came across this Tweet from Kourtney Kardashian. I decided to have a look at her blog to see what she was on about. Turns out it was a good idea. Most of us tend to overlook this spice, we probably … Read More Kourtney Kardashian’s new favorite beauty ingredient
So long skin bleaching ! Hello beautiful black skin According to the World Health Organization, 77% of Nigerian women use skin lightening products on a regular basis, as do 59% in Togo, 35% in South Africa, 27% in Senegal and 25% in Mali. The popular trend of whitening is moving toward brightening and lightening (new shape of light, emphasizing the contrasts created by the beautiful face’s … Read More 12 beauty ingredients to sublimate your black skin
Gold always fascinated us and served many purposes throughout history. Some attributed magical properties to it and nowadays gold is considered as a revolutionary cosmetic ingredient.
According to a Mintel report, by 2025, 1.8 billion people will be living in countries of regions with absolute water scarcity. By 2030, the world will only have 60% of the water that it needs if current water usage doesn’t change. Some brands are already looking into alternatives in order to limit their dependence on water.