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Tuesday, February 16, 2016

Testing Triana Miami

As you know I'm a big fan of skincare. It's one of the most important daily routines.


I’m typically not eager to try new skincare brands because it takes weeks, sometimes months, to test a new brand. Quite tedious and usually not worth the breakouts and wear on my skin. However, being a beauty blogger, I have a lot of opportunity to try new skincare and if I'm methodical about trying it I can usually control the outcome of my skin.

Triana Miami sent me a couple of bits to test out and I have to say, these products definitely surprised me with their quality. My expectations were low mainly because I hadn't heard of the brand before and I had no idea what to expect. The Naha exfoliating gel cleanser is the softest exfoliator I've ever tried and it still manages to make my skin silky soft. It’s perfect for getting that grubby layer of skin off, but in the gentlest way possible.

The blended seaweed and rose hip cleanser smells terrible (I despise seaweed if I’m honest) but it works really well and makes my skin feel so clean. I'll deal with a little bad scent if it does wonders for my skin. After using this cleanser, my skin feels tingly and clean and rejuvenated.

The last product in this regiment is the vitamin C plus. I use my index and middle fingers to gently get this product all over my skin. I treat this like a boosting serum when I need a little extra vitamin C and my skin is looking a bit grey or dehydrated.

All in all, I would recommend these skin products because they've been working well for me and it makes my skin feels better. Not all brands do that per say, but I do love feeling soft (baby butt soft) skin on my face. That means something is being done right. 

Have you tried Triana Miami before? 
What skin care are you using at the moment?


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Disclaimer: Sometimes I am lucky enough to receive products as PR samples. This post is not sponsored. All opinions and comments are honest and my own.

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