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MARY & MAY: Clean Beauty + Effective Ingredients

MARY & MAY: Clean Beauty + Effective Ingredients

Mary & May is now available in Cosme Hut Online and All Stores! Mary & May is a Korean Be...
Seaweed Extract Skin Benefits: HEIMISH Marine Care Series

Seaweed Extract Skin Benefits: HEIMISH Marine Care Series

The dupe of the famous LA MER Skincare has arrived in Australia! At least that’s what many Heimis...
Willow Bark Extract (BHAs) Skin Benefits + Be the skin Product launch

Willow Bark Extract (BHAs) Skin Benefits + Be the skin Product launch

If you have been into skincare for a while, you should be very familiar with the term BHAs, aka S...
Glycation: The leading cause of Skin Aging + POLA B.A. Launch

Glycation: The leading cause of Skin Aging + POLA B.A. Launch

What is Glycation? Glycation is a chemical reaction occurred when there’s a presence of excess gl...
SULWHASOO Concentrated Ginseng Series & Ginseng Skin Benefits

SULWHASOO Concentrated Ginseng Series & Ginseng Skin Benefits

In this post, we are looking at a traditional Korean Luxury Cosmetics, that are not well known in...
SOME BY MI Super Matcha Series and Matcha Skin Benefits

SOME BY MI Super Matcha Series and Matcha Skin Benefits

SOME BY MI has launched their new Super Matcha Series and it has been loved by many since. We are...
Why K-Beauty love Fermented Skincare Ingredients

Why K-Beauty love Fermented Skincare Ingredients

Ever heard of fermented skincare? The use of fermented ingredients in K-beauty products is nothin...
Liquorice Extract: How it can fades dark spots and hyperpigmentation

Liquorice Extract: How it can fades dark spots and hyperpigmentation

In the skincare world, liquorice is known for its skin brightening and soothing benefits for dull skin. One popular use of liquorice extract is to treat dark spots, whether it is from sun damage, hormonal conditions such as melasma, or hyperpigmentation from acne scars.
Probiotic for Skincare. Is it worth the Hype and why do you need it?

Probiotic for Skincare. Is it worth the Hype and why do you need it?

Many of us may be familiar with probiotics in the form of supplements or in some of our favourite...
Skin pollution is real. What are the common pollutants + How to avoid them

Skin pollution is real. What are the common pollutants + How to avoid them

“Protect you skin against environmental pollutants”. You might have seen this phrase in some skin...
Moisturizer vs Hydration: Which one do you need and what's the difference?

Moisturizer vs Hydration: Which one do you need and what's the difference?

A good balance between water and oil in our skin helps us maintain a healthy supple and glowing s...
Type of pigmentation and How to treat them

Type of pigmentation and How to treat them

Do you have pigmentation on your skin? Do you know what type of pigmentation do you have? Before you go into your local beauty store and go on a product shopping spree for pigmentation treatment, we recommend you first find out what type of pigmentation you’re dealing with.
Double Cleansing: How much do you know and Why is it important?

Double Cleansing: How much do you know and Why is it important?

In case you have not heard, one of the most important step in any morning skincare routine is – Sunscreen; while for night skincare routine is – Double Cleansing. The term “double cleansing” has been around in the beauty industry for a long time, but it first originated from Asia in the 14th Century.
Everyone is putting Snail Slime (Mucin) on their face, and Here's Why.

Everyone is putting Snail Slime (Mucin) on their face, and Here's Why.

In recent years, the beauty industry has been buzzing about this not-so-new ingredient - Snail Mucin (or some called it Snail Slime). 
Propolis: Best Beauty Ingredient for Sensitive, Acne Prone Skin

Propolis: Best Beauty Ingredient for Sensitive, Acne Prone Skin

Propolis (AKA Bee Glue), is a natural beauty ingredient that has been trending in the Beauty Industry due to its amazing...
The Ultimate Savior for Extremely Sensitive Skin (including Acne Prone Skin)

The Ultimate Savior for Extremely Sensitive Skin (including Acne Prone Skin)

The Ultimate Savior for Extremely Sensitive Skin (including Acne Prone skin) Today, the number o...
Cosme Tips: Valentine's Day Gift Guide for that Special Someone

Cosme Tips: Valentine's Day Gift Guide for that Special Someone

Valentine's Day Gift Guide for Her/Him or Yourself It is that time of the year again, Valentine’...
What is My Skin Type exactly?

What is My Skin Type exactly?

Do you know what is your skin type? It is important to know your skin type so that it can help yo...
SKIN FOOD 101: Skin Benefits of Tangerines

SKIN FOOD 101: Skin Benefits of Tangerines

Is Tangerines, Mandarin Orange?

Kinda. Many might have confused these two to be the same fruit, but Tangerines are actually a subgroup of mandarins.

They both belong to the citrus fruits (Citrus Reticulata) family.  While all tangerines are classified as a type of mandarin orange, but not all mandarin oranges are tangerines. The main difference between the two species is their skin colour.

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