Cumulative Empties Aug to Dec 2020 – Skincare

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Today I have my cumulative empties from August until December – I’m not using up products as quickly as I used to, so haven’t been doing my monthly empties posts. Let’s take a look at all the skincare that I’ve finished up, and I’ll let you know if I plan to repurchase or not, and link to the original reviews.

Skincare:

Dermalogica Prisma Protect SPF 30 – I liked this travel sized sunscreen, it didn’t have a white cast on me and didn’t feel heavy or greasy. The full size is on the pricy side, so I would only re-purchase if on sale.

Moor Spa Cleansing Milk – This was from a PR package, and I really loved it. Creamy cleansers are so awesome for cold weather skincare. I would purchase this is I didn’t have so many cleansers to finish up.

Insensya Illuminate Serum – Another PR item. Quite possibly the best serum I’ve tried for all of 2020! At the top of my wishlist currently as I’ve a few serums to finish up.

Pacifica Coconut Water Micellar Cleansing Tonic – My skin hated this. I finished it up for cleaning up swatches as my face did not tolerate it.

5th Dimension Sub Rosa Serum – This was a nice oil-based serum. I have several oils and serums to use up, so no purchase for me at this time.

The Inkey List Bakuchiol and Polyglutamic Acid – The Bakuchiol was a good “starter” retinoid type serum cream, but I prefer something a little stronger. The Polyglutamic Acid made my skin feel nice and hydrated, but it smelled like paint (yuck). I don’t plan to repurchase, but have my eye on other products from the brand.

Cosmessential The Calm and B-Three Facial Serums – These were PR samples. Both were lovely – The Calm was great for when my skin was super sensitive, and B-Three was great for when my skin was “normal”. I have serums to use up, so no plans to purchase right now.

Goldfaden MD Vital Boost Moisturizer – I really liked this moisturizer, it was light yet hydrating and somewhat brightening. I have other moisturizers to finish up so no plan to purchase a full size.

Coming up later this week I have my Haircare, Bodycare and Makeup Finishes.

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Disclosure: Post contains both products that I purchased and PR items – all are identified. My opinion is my own regardless of who paid for the product.

Dermalogica Prisma Protect SPF 30 Moisturizer Review

Dermalogica Prisma Protect SPF 30

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Today I have a review of the Dermalogica Prisma Protect SPF 30 Moisturizer – I purchased it during the annual Sephora spring sale. I picked the 12ml travel size tube to try out ($26 CAD ) instead of pricier full size 1.07oz / 50ml ($89 CAD) as I wanted to make sure that I really liked it. [info in italics taken from the Sephora website]

Dermalogica Prisma Protect SPF 30

This light-activated moisturizer helps boost skin’s natural luminosity, while providing all-day hydration. It also protects against pollution and UV, infrared, and blue light. This eliminates the need for a separate moisturizer in your morning routine and is ideal for all skin types.

Dermalogica Prisma Protect SPF 30

This is a really nice moisturizer and a great sunscreen – no white cast! It plays nicely with my makeup as well – it doesn’t feel heavy or greasy on my skin.

Have you tried this one? Do you have a fave facial sunscreen?

Dermalogica Prisma Protect SPF 30

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Disclosure: In case you missed it at the beginning – I paid for this!