La Roche Posay Cicaplast Baume B5+ Repairing Balm – the 2022 version | Doctors Review

ADVERTISEMENT INFO: PRODUCTS DISCUSSED IN THIS BLOGPOST ARE PURCHASED MYSELF AND LINKS USED ARE AFFILIATE LINKS. I RECEIVED NO MONEY TO WRITE THE BLOGPOST. PLEASE READ DISCLAIMER   It is always risky to reformulate a cult classic, so when La Roche Posay announced they would come out with a new version of their Cicaplast Baume B+ Repairing Balm in 2022, the skincare community did hold its breath. Would the 2022 version be as good as the old one? Or would we, once again, end up with a product that didn’t…

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New in Beauty: Maybelline and L’Oréal

ADVERTISEMENT INFO: PRODUCTS MENTIONED IN THIS POST ARE PURCHASED MYSELF AND LINKS USED ARE AFFILIATE LINKS. I RECEIVED NO MONEY TO WRITE THE BLOGPOST. PLEASE READ DISCLAIMER I admit I was tempted to skip this months New In post for the first time since I started doing it in September last year. After all this is a blog focused mainly on skin and skincare, and everything I have to show you is, well, NOT skincare, but just makeup.     You could of course argue that a foundation is actually…

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Balea Beauty Expert Day Cream with 3% Peptid-Solution & 1% Ectoin – Drugstore peptides | Doctors Review

ADVERTISEMENT INFO: PRODUCTS MENTIONED IN THIS POST ARE PURCHASED MYSELF, LINKS USED ARE AFFILIATE LINKS. I RECEIVED NO MONEY TO WRITE THE BLOGPOST. PLEASE READ DISCLAIMER   I often get asked about peptides in skincare, and while I personally use Copper Peptides in my routine year round, I understand that given the lack of evidence we have, most people would rather try something like the Balea Beauty Expert Day Cream with 3% Peptid-Solution & 1% Ectoin  before investing into some of the pricier products out there. (More info: Everything you…

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Seasonal Affective Disorder – Why winter makes you SAD | Ask Doctor Anne

LINKS USED ARE AFFILIATE LINKS. I RECEIVED NO MONEY TO WRITE THE BLOGPOST. PLEASE READ DISCLAIMER   Today I wanted to talk about something not really related to skincare, but about something I have gotten a lot of questions about both on- and offline: Seasonal Affective Disorder or Winter Depression or Winter Blues or however you want to call it.     As always, this post is just general information and no replacement for talking to someone in person – especially when you are struggling with your mental health, it…

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First Aid Beauty Ultra Repair Cream Intense Hydration – Worth the award? | Doctors Review

ADVERTISEMENT INFO: PRODUCTS DISCUSSED IN THIS BLOGPOST ARE PURCHASED MYSELF AND LINKS USED ARE AFFILIATE LINKS. I RECEIVED NO MONEY TO WRITE THE BLOGPOST. PLEASE READ DISCLAIMER   There are a ton of awards in the beauty industry and not all of them tell you anything about the quality of the product they are awarded to. The First Aid Beauty Ultra Repair Cream Intense Hydration has been featured on so many of these lists though, it has to mean something.     On top of that it claims to provide…

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First Aid Beauty Pure Skin Face Cleanser – Pearly white and gentle | Doctors Review

ADVERTISEMENT INFO: PRODUCTS DISCUSSED IN THIS BLOGPOST ARE PURCHASED MYSELF AND LINKS USED ARE AFFILIATE LINKS. I RECEIVED NO MONEY TO WRITE THE BLOGPOST. PLEASE READ DISCLAIMER   When it comes to cleansers, texture and scent is as important to me as the actual performance is – I love something luxurious for the mundane task of getting rid of the daily makeup and grime, it helps me unwind at night. Now the First Aid Beauty Pure Skin Face Cleanser is unscented, but the texture, a pearly white whipped cream like…

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Dry, cracked and bleeding hands – This is what you need to do! | Ask Doctor Anne

ADVERTISEMENT INFO: PRODUCTS DISCUSSED IN THIS BLOGPOST ARE PURCHASED MYSELF AND LINKS USED ARE AFFILIATE LINKS. I RECEIVED NO MONEY TO WRITE THE BLOGPOST. PLEASE READ DISCLAIMER I did a post on dry and flaky skin on the face in December (you can find it here) that triggered quite a few questions about how to deal with the excessive dryness that happens to the hands during winter.     And while basically the same principles apply, I figured it wouldn’t hurt to talk about your hands in a separate post:…

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Holy grail skincare – my favorites for 2022 | Doctor Anne

ADVERTISEMENT INFO: SOME PRODUCTS MENTIONED IN THIS POST ARE PR (GIFTED) AND LINKS USED ARE AFFILIATE LINKS. I RECEIVED NO MONEY TO WRITE THE BLOGPOST. PLEASE READ DISCLAIMER In 2019 was the first time I did a blogpost called “Holy grail skincare – the products I would immediately repurchase if all my skincare disappeared over night”. It is supposed to be a routine made up of only favorites, the basics I wouldn’t want to be without, and each year I come back to it and see if anything has changed…

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New In Skincare: Versed, Olaplex and a whole lot of SKIN1004

ADVERTISEMENT INFO: SOME PRODUCTS MENTIONED IN THIS POST ARE PR (GIFTED) AND LINKS USED ARE AFFILIATE LINKS. I RECEIVED NO MONEY TO WRITE THE BLOGPOST. PLEASE READ DISCLAIMER   My New In skincare posts seem to get later and later, now I am publishing the one for December 2022 in January of 2023 rather than on the last day of the month, but I do hope you will forgive. For one I was off between Christmas and New Years Eve, which meant that I had no idea which day it…

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One year of empties – skincare, hair care and makeup I finished in 2022 | Doctor Anne

ADVERTISEMENT INFO: SOME PRODUCTS MENTIONED IN THIS POST ARE PR (GIFTED) AND LINKS USED ARE AFFILIATE LINKS. I RECEIVED NO MONEY TO WRITE THE BLOGPOST. PLEASE READ DISCLAIMER   Over the years I have published many empties posts – I know not everybody likes them, but with the amount of products I test, it actually says something when a product stays in my rotation long enough for me to finish it.     This year I decided on a special project: Collect everything I finish and do a “One year…

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