Biatch had been telling me to get Herbaline when I asked him, “How??? My skin! So many pimples!”
“My friend – I long time didn’t see her – then she suddenly got clear skin in 3 months!” Biatch said in marvel.
“What product? What?”
“She’s using Herbaline.”
“Huh? As in the MLM company?” I had no idea what’s the Herbal MLM company’s full name but in my mind, there was such company.
“No… this is quite affordable also.” He listed the products that I should get and the estimated prices.
Umm.. ok. Back then, he said there was branches in PJ & IOI Mall. I only go to IOI Mall twice a year. No way would I go so far to buy skincare, much less a skincare I had never tried!
After almost 1yr plus, I found out from Biatch that Herbaline has outlet in Sungei Wang. Doi! I rushed out to buy my skincare set.
This small tube is RM30. RM30’s not expensive if you compare with luxury brands like Estee Lauder, Cosme Decorte but it’s a darn small tube!
It feels clean to wash face. It even removes waterproof mascara but I didn’t take the magnifier to check. If I use mascara or foundation, I would use either cleansing oil or milky lotion for double cleansing just to be safe.
There’s no much foam, which is good – it wouldn’t dry out the skin. I like that this has BHA but when I saw the last ingredient was Parfum, I freaked out.
“Got Parfum?” I asked the staff.
“Oh… that’s the natural smell,” she explained.
I looked at her skeptically but I was game to try this. I trusted Biatch’s recommendation since he’s a bitch about skincare products.
Stearic acid is prepared by treating animal fat with water at a high pressure and temperature, leading to the hydrolysis of triglycerides. It can also be obtained from the hydrogenation of some unsaturated vegetable oils.
BHT. What the heck is that?
I guess it’s Butylated hydroxytoluene. Mm, there’s controversy in this.
Official site: http://www.herbaline.com.my
I had finished using this twice but I would prefer to try other brands for now.