Just for the record, I’m pretty crazy about mint. I like it in my shampoo, and my toothpaste, and my shower gel, and now I even like it in my skincare.
Mint and me are close.
A little more discussion about the joys of minty fresh skin care lay ahead!
Awww hey! What’s up chicklets?
I’ve had a very busy day and haven’t had a sec to say ‘ello, ‘ello to everyone. Sorries! I’m a bit behind on comments but I’m slowly rolling through them, promise to blather with you soon.
How was your weekend? Mine was pretty slow going due to the crummy weather. OMG it was like hurricane season in New York this weekend!
Went to see She’s Out of My League on Friday night and now sporting a serious crush on Jay Baruchel, how stupid cute is he? Also hit up Arlene’s Grocery Saturday Night, did brunch and shopping with my friends Sunday, and sat in front of the tube introducing my friend Martin to the joys of the Inbetweeners in the evening as they had a marathon on Sunday so I Tivo’ed up and rewatched all the episodes with Martin. I’m crushing hard on Blake Harrison, I swear that kid’s idiot routine is brilliance on a stick, you NEED to watch this show if you aren’t already.
Anyway…I also recently discovered that Lotree, my fav Korean brand, is being sold on Sasa. It’s such a great excuse to haul out some of my stash and review for you!
Check out my Lotree Ruby Clear Cleansing Oil Review after the jump!
The economy is on it’s way, very slowly, to recovery and just think once we ht a good speed bump, instead of the nasty pitfalls, we’ll have a ton of good stuff to look forward. Extra fees, taxes, and all sorts of fantastic new ways to get more money from us should be coming atcha soon. Excited?
Which had me thinking about when we’ll have to pay for oxygen or perhaps it’ll simply be a tax on the air we breath. Granted we already pay for the very basics of things like water from the tap, why not the air we breath too?
I pay $18 for my oxygen and love it! It’s one form of oxygen I’m very willing to pay for.
I love Asia, I love Asians, I love Asian culture (you won’t find a person that appreciates it more than me!) but even I can admit that some of the products that come out of Asia have me wondering to myself, WTH!?
If you told me last month I’d be smearing cheese all over my face and loving it, I’d probably have called you a liar.
You see, the Muse hates cheese.
Unless it’s melted I’m not eating it. I have alot of food quirks and cheese happens to be one. My x-boyfriend would tell you that the sun, moon, earth, and stars revolve around a slab of cheese but I have no such feelings for the stuff and would happily do without. Mind you I like grilled cheese and I like pizza but that’s all melted….the moral of this story is I will NOT eat cheese unless it’s been melted.
This is the story of my life.
Cheese not being in my top ten list as it is you could imagine my horror when I came across The Skin Food Creamy Cheese Mask. Does that sound down right disgusting? Simply rancid! Who wants to go around smearing cheese on their face?!
I’ve no idea how I talked myself into it being a good idea to purchase this but purchase it I did and it changed my idea of cheese forever.