Coffee lover? You might just love the Tonymoly Latte Art Cappuccino Cream-in Scrub! I got this scrub in my recent Memebox Special #39 Cafe Box and fell in love with but beware dry skin users as this is best used perhaps every two weeks.
Take a look!
The Skin Food Cacao Hand Balm was recently included in my Memebox Special #45 Chocolate Mania Box and I was actually quite delighted by it. I was just reviewing the Body Shop’s Chocomania EDT and saying how much I disliked chocolate but I should tell you that The Skin Food Cacao Hand Balm not only smells like chocolate but oranges too.
Can I tell you how much I HATE chocolate oranges? OMG they are almost as bad as marshmallow peeps! But I do like the way they smell and The Skin Food Cacao Hand Balm smells quite like a chocolate orange!
Curing patchy, dry facial skin has become my personal quest as I happen to have drier, patchy skin on my cheeks. I once had a Chanel SA tell me that I had combo skin. I was with my friend Jai at the time and she was telling me this and I gave him the shifty “What’s she smoking?” eye look. See, I’d have believed her if she had said as such in the Summer because I can get a little T-Zone oily fun in the warmer weather. But it was dead Winter!
I struggle with patchy, drier areas on my face a good deal but lately it’s worst. I told you about my itchy neck epidemic recently and finding a cure for that now here’s a way for curing patchy, dry facial skin for ya.
And it’s cheap as chips too!
L’Oreal Infallible Makeup Extender Setting Spray is a new oil free makeup setting spray that’s launching at drugstores now! This is the first drugstore makeup setting I’ve ever seen so you could say L’Oreal is a pioneer here launching such a unique item to drugstore makeup fans.
Although most have relied on Skindinavia for years and more recently Urban Decay Setting Sprays, I’d say that L’Oreal Infallible Makeup Extender Setting Spray opens some new doors in the drugstore makeup world.
Let’s take a look!
So I recently purchased Yes to Coconuts Eczema Relief Spray ($9.99) at Target. Now I should this review by saying I don’t technically have eczema?! Or at least I don’t think I do…..I had my yearly physical in May and got my flu shot last month and I told my Doctor’s both times that I was having this scaly try itchy upper chest thing going on. Around the base of my throat and upper chest I had a seriously bad itchy thing going on! I noticed that the skin would me patchy a little in this area, red, and had an almost scaled over appearance. I assumed it was Eczema related but having never had the issue before I wasn’t sure.
Both times I told my doctor and he said to use Neosporin Eczema Essentials Daily Moisturizing Cream. It sure did help with the itching for a few hours but it would return quickly after and I’d be itchy yet again.
I was going to head to the dermatologist but I discovered Yes to Coconuts Eczema Relief Spray prior to that and I must say this helped A LOT!