So your nose is ridden with blackheads and you need a way to clear that gunk away right?
What you need is hot, Charlie’s Angel type chicks with flame throwers to vacuum those evil suckers out.
I dunno that’s what Sana told me I needed.
I’m thinking we should celebrate. You know, balloons, chips, dips, loud music, the whole deal. Why are we celebrating? Because the Gods above have granted us the ability to purchase DHC Mild Touch Cleansing Oil. I swear I heard angels sing when I noticed that DHC was actually carrying a product that hit Japan several months ago.
If you’re a DHC lover and a little or alot knowledgeable about DHC US versus DHC Asia, you’ve probably long since realized we get the boring packaging. DHC such a great brand but the packaging is so damn generic. Japan gets alot of great packaging plus some really cool collections such as the DHC Fruit Collection and the DHC Rose Collection.
This a break through people!
PINK DHC packaging….this is news. Call the papers, alert the President!
Ok but seriously. This really is kinda cool because I’m a package junkie and I really like good looking packaging. It’s pretty important to me in the scheme of my beauty purchases. DHC Mild Touch Cleansing Oil is the first of it’s kind to make it’s way to US shores. It’s really a break through for the brand because as I mentioned for the most part the packaging is pretty standard and dare I say boring in some aspects. Needless to say they make incredible products but why is the kawaii packaging reserved for Asia? No fairs!
Now that you heard my ramble about how sweet the packaging is have a little jump to hear about how well DHC Mild Touch Cleansing Oil performs.
Majolica Majorca, a sub brand of Shiseido, has updated it’s website with the Spring Collection 2010. It’s been a while since I indulged in MJ so I was quite delighted to take a spin through the site and enjoy the new story they have up.
Jump to view some of the shots of the Majolica Majorca Spring Collection 2010.
The Muse realizes she probably doesn’t need more skin care in her life but she had such a difficult time passing up the new DHC Moisture Fruit Collection from Japan.
The Muse is lady enough to admit that she buys charcoal nose strips because she can see the ick better when she peels them off. There isn’t anything I can think of right now more satisfying than peeling off a nose strip and studying the blackheads on it.
Am I terribly weird or just plain gross? Could be both but I’m honest enough to admit I love looking at all that ick!
Jump ahead for a review on my fav nose strips!