Who has the time for a multi-step skincare routine these days, amirite? In between the school requirements you have to deal with on a daily basis and the other things in your life that you have to attend to outside of classes, we don’t blame you if you can no longer keep up with your day creams and retinols.
But here’s the thing: Don’t skip skincare altogether. Even minimal effort goes a long way in ensuring that you have clear and smooth skin, especially if the products you use are *hardworking* enough.
Take the new Eskinol Naturals Micellar Water for example. This product isn’t just your average cleanser-and-makeup-remover-in-one, it could also pass up as a toner-slash-moisturizer. Just dab it on your face using a cotton pad after washing up every morning and before going to bed. With regular use, you’ll be baring #GandangNaturallyFresh in your online classes in no time!
Here are other reasons it’s worth a spot in your beauty kit:
Got sensitive skin? Don’t worry! This product won’t leave a stinging feeling on your face. This is because the new Eskinol Naturals Micellar Water contains no alcohol, and is made with natural extracts—rose, lemon, and aloe—that don’t feel harsh on the skin.
It’s got three variants for different skin types.
The cleanser doesn’t just rid your face of impurities and dirt, it also addresses different skin concerns. Try the Glow variant with rose extracts if you’re dealing with dull-looking skin. Use Hydrate with aloe extracts to help lock moisture in your dry complexion, leaving it fresh and plump. If you have issues with excess shine, try the Clear variant with lemon extracts to help control sebum without drying your skin.
It’s super affordable.
A 100-mL bottle of this cleanser will cost you P68! Yup, that amount for weeks of clear, glowing skin. Isn’t that a steal? #SanaAllWithEskinol talaga!
Try Eskinol Naturals Micellar Water and experience #GandangNaturallyFresh on the daily! It’s available in various supermarkets and groceries, as well as online via Lazada, Shopee, and Watsons. Follow Eskinol Philippines on Facebook.