I’m listening to all your requests, promise! Many asked for my fav picks on the cleansing oil scene. You asked for something inexpensive, something that worked, and something that was easy to find (as in you aren’t running around trying to locate it in other countries because it’s not sold in the US).
One of my personal favs that’s both cheap, easy to locate, and worth it’s weight in gold is Naive Deep Cleansing Oil, particularly the orange one!
Peeping into the mail bag today I got a few requests and questions on the Bihada Ichizoku items I’ve been reviewing.
Kelly from Washington writes,
I really like your reviews on Bihada Ichizoku. My friend was telling me that cosmetics are also available with this range but I only see you reviewing the skincare. Is it true? Are there cosmetics?
If you heard about this can you do a review of these items too?
I have a thing for lemons. I really like the tart scent of a lemon. It’s a little fruity, a hint of sweetness, but for the most part it’s tart and shiny. I likey the tart part!
Jump ahead to hear about the Skin Food Lemon Pack Wash Off Mask.
in Asian Brands
, Beauty Abroad
, Etude House
, German Brands
, Japanese Brands
, Korean Brands
, Majolica Majorca
, Skin Food
, Swedish Brands
, Viva La Diva
When you’ve been around as long as your Muse (way back, around the time of dinosaurs) you’ll find yourself getting bored with the normal hum-drum makeup adventure. Maybe you’ll find yourself wanting to explore new lines of makeup from Japan, Sweden, Germany, or England.
Here’s 10 Great European and Asian Cosmetics Sites to procrastinate on and drool over.
Surf’s up dudes!
Here’s one you can actually avoid, The Skin Food Lettuce and Cucumber Essence Mask Sheet, DO NOT WANT!