I don’t normally look in the mirror all the time, but right now I see myself on the screen for hours in zoom or team meetings. And what I see there rarely inspires me. My skin is red, shiny and makes me feel bad. First I tried it with make-up, I usually never use it, or tried it with powder. None of this led to my satisfaction. The only thing that helped at least a bit was just putting on a bright lipstick to distract from the skin on my face.For years I had unproblematic skin and hardly had to worry about what to use for my face. But for some years now, heating air has become increasingly difficult, especially in winter. The skin is tight or burning, red and prone to blemishes. I thought I had actually found the right care, but the screen said no. It was only by chance that I came across a new product with a recommendation that has a very low pH value and is called Biomimetic Skin Care. I don’t know what that is supposed to be. Healthy Aging Cream says more to me as a beauty layperson.
Three weeks later…
Venya offers a skin-protecting “regenerating and smoothing care series”, consisting of cleansing, serum, eye cream and facial care. Since I was relatively desperate with my skin, as described above, I was open to try something new. In fact, after the first application, I was very impressed with how my skin felt. After about three weeks, the first visible results became apparent. My skin is calmed, insensitive and no longer reddened. Every morning and evening I have the safe feeling that I am doing something good for my skin and that it thanks me for it. The structure has gotten better. Overall smoother and fresher. In addition, the price-performance ratio of this new care line is very good. For face, eyes, cleansing and serum – the range for less than 150 €. I think that is a very sensible investment. I rarely use lipstick in the almost daily video conferences. Hopefully, face-to-face meetings will be more of a reason to put color on your lips in the future.
Venya „Biomimetische Hautpflege“, products from 17 Euro… weiterlesen
Chris Stricker lives in Berlin and Munich. Professionally, she deals with brand communication. She usually gets her inspiration from traveling. Since that is not possible at the moment, Chris is enthusiastically researching what’s new in the areas of fashion, beauty and design.