Skincare

Sana Hiaruronsan Moisture Mist Review

So last week I told you a little sumthing, sumthing about Sana Hiaruronsan Moisture Gel. That stuff is rocking my world right now. Today I bring you a review on Sana Hiaruronsan Moisture Mist! Ooooo! Excited? Me too.

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Sana Hiaruronsan Moisture Gel Review

If you’re a Japanese makeup and skincare junkie like me you’re probably very familiar with a brand called Sana.  Sana has a slew of little sub brands they put out such as Excel, Maikohan, Etc….

Honestly, some of their sub brands have really gimmicky products but I end up buying them because the packaging and advertisement is just too blooming cute to resist.

The most recent Sana release caught my eye right away because again I was drawn in by that uber sweet packaging that I find so hard to resist. Always expecting to not really be too surprised when something from Sana is cute but not necessarily great quality I braced myself for a let down.

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And was pleasantly surprised….

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Origins Ginzing Eye Cream Review

Oh thank Origins for creating a product to battle my puffy, tired eyes and dark circles!

The Muse jumped at the chance to try out Origins Ginzing Eye Cream…I mean seriously it’s promising to go into epic battle with my eyes here and refresh ‘em to make me all beautiful and stuff.  How could I refuse?

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Jump it to see if it won the fight.

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Dr. Jart Ice Cooler Review

It’s probably a little too late for me to enjoy the full benefits of Dr. Jart Ice Cooler but I thought I’d review anyway for those who have large pores and are looking for a way to tighten them.

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Would You Buy It? La Mer The Hydrating Facial Mask

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La Mer The Hydrating Facial Mask saturates the skin with hydrating ferments to reveal youthful skin. Dryness and dehydration are treated quickly and easily. The saturated mask is made of spun-lace cotton and contains a solution to treat skin to a spa-like experience.

Sounds incredible right?

The kicker is it costs $250. Eep!

I’d probably indulge if I had an endless flow of cash but I honestly couldn’t afford to dish out for it right now even if I wanted to. $250 for a mask is way above my budget.

Would you buy the La Mer The Hydrating Facial Mask?

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