Reviewing the Kedma Facial Care Collection in the Philippines
The face is the first thing people notice about us, the first thing that will lay a solid impression on the people we met. In fact, facial care is the last thing I’d let go when it comes to grooming. I can go about my day without perfume or expensive silk shirts. But I can’t leave the house or end the day without washing and taking care of my face.
That’s why I took great care in making reviews for Kedma facial care. The Philippines has hot, humid weather, which makes it different from other countries that Kedma markets to. It’s this same weather that compels people to put the office AC on full-blast, much to the chagrin of our skin.
Facial Care Products
So, I put Kedma facial care to the test in the Philippines. Here’s a list of products under this collection and their alleged benefits:
The Hard Questions
I have to say that for facial care products, Kedma sounds promising. Who doesn’t want a milk-like cleanser or a mud mask that purifies your skin while you relax? But seeing is believing, so Kedma’s products must answer the tough questions: Would they work on dry or oily skin? Is it okay to use them on sensitive skin? Do they work as they are marketed? Would they work as well on a 30-year old as a 60-year old? It’s almost always sunny in the Philippines; can facial care by Kedma protect the Filipina or Filipino skin? Are they worth the price point?
Find out in my next blogs! Browse my reviews to see if these skincare products work.