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Skin Deep

It's not always easy for Asian skin to thrive outside Asia's warm, humid climate. Sometimes I wonder if my skin's makeup simply needs lots of humidity to look good. It probably all depends on where you grew up, what your diet or even the composition of the water you drink is like.

Following a pharmacist's advice, I finally got Eucerin. It's been such a joy to use. It's very emollient, can be applied easily without any oilyness at all.

Eucerin has different lines for different countries. The body lotion I got was a ph5 product, which helps the skin re-establish its own natural balance. I've been using it for two weeks, and from the first day, I saw a huge difference. It feels so good to have my skin back!

4 comments:

Nic Nic said...

Ive heard from a frd from HK - her got skin got very dry during her stay in europe!! glad you found that cream :) Even as a person whose live in UK all my life, I still hate the winter weather, makes my face really dry - thank god for vitamin E cream!

Her.Peachieness said...

My skin has been pretty dry recently as well. How's the smell of this Eucerin? I have been pretty curious about that brand. My main body lotion right now is be Aveeno. It works great on my skin but, I'm just so lazy too put it on. Hehehe...

cheryl said...

nic nic: yea hong kong's a humid oven like 9 months of the year. whenever i'm there, my skin's perfect! vitamin e cream's great too.

her.peachieness: hi there! u know what, eucerin has the tiniest aroma & it disappears soon after u apply it. i guess the most important thing's u find something that's good for ya.

itsliz89 said...

Aww so the Shu Uemura moisturizers I was looking at are only for mature skin? What should I use for skin first starting to mature then? I don't want to have to wait until it's too late as I hear skin starts aging at 20! lol

I will take photos of Alpha Girl for you. I don't have my camera with me so I will try next week when I have it again.