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  1. Matromao
    March 21, 2015 @ 10:18 pm

    When Belo’s Kojic first came out late last year, I almost bought it. I was intrigued, and I admit to dark spots that I’d like to get rid of. I backed out because the -ber month weather was starting up and I was afraid the dry air combined with the formula would irritate my skin. The dry weather did end up wreaking havoc on my skin, because it got so ridiculously dry. I’m only too happy that my skin is already back to normal. And, yes, I still want to try kojic. At least it’s by Belo, a brand I have had positive experience with in the past. so I have that peace of mind.


  2. She^
    April 5, 2015 @ 10:52 pm

    I really like your reviews on the beauty products. It has all the info. that you only have few questions to ask when you go to purchase the product or avail the service. However, there’s only one side of me that makes me think that sometimes bloggers don’t really tell the downside of it because the product is sponsored. Are bloggers allowed to say the “the not so good about it” ?


    • Gretchen Gatan
      April 6, 2015 @ 9:21 am

      Hi, She! Thank you very much! Actually, bloggers do reveal the downsides of products, unless the product really works great on them. To each her own. 🙂 Besides, when it comes to skincare and cosmetics, products that work on me may not always work on others and products that work on others may not always work on me—so blog reviews may vary depending on how well the product works on a blogger. 🙂


  3. kerkyra ancona
    July 15, 2017 @ 7:43 pm

    Great article, just what I was lopoking for.


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