Specialist for Sensitive Skin

Remember my Avene beauty box from here? So what's inside? 

Cleanser and Make-up Remover Micellar Lotion or in short, make up remover. Tried it and it is really great to use! Firstly because it is water-based so it doesn't leave your skin feeling oily or greasy at all. It also leaves skin feeling supple and soft after.

Gentle Gel Cleanser can be used after make up removal to double cleanse! This is suitable for combination to oily sensitive skin.

Gentle Toner to complement the cleansing regime. My skin feels refreshed after patting this on.

These are from the Hydrance Optimale range for dehydrated skin. These moisturizers provides hydration and absorb excess sebum for a shine-free finish. The one on the left has SPF20 for UV protection as well.

But of course, Avene has its own sun protection range too. In fact, their sun protection range is very well known especially among dermatologists. Here I have the Very High Protection Emulsion SPF50+ for normal to combination skin. Water and sweat resistant too!

But you know, my favorite Avene product is still this! The Avene Thermal Spring Water! I really swear by it as a pick-me-up for my skin. I carry the 50ml can in my bag all the time so whenever my face feels really icky (Malaysian weather, what to do?), it comes to the rescue.

With the Avène Thermal Spring Water Spray, we all can reap the full benefit of the water’s soothing, anti-irritant properties on a day-to-day basis. Avène Thermal Spring Water can be used as a dermatological treatment in our everyday lives, including treating various sorts of irritation such as:
Rashes (particularly the eyelids)
After surgery
To set make-up

Anyway, I'm sure you have tried it at least a few times before, no? If not, you're missing out! If you have, are you using it correctly? I just realized that the way I've been using it all these while was wrong. The workshop the other day taught me the correct method of using it. And I'll show you!:


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