The wait is over, The Body Shop Camomile Waterproof Eye Makeup Remover ($15.50, 5 oz) is now available. Praise the eye makeup remover gods! Finally the Body Shop has created a waterproof version of their popular Camomile Eye Makeup Remover.
We’re not worthy, we’re not worthy.
So when I heard the Body Shop was launching a new Camomile Waterproof Eye Makeup Remover I was all over it.
Here’s what I thought.
The new Dior Mystic Magnetics Magnetic Nail Lacquer & Magnet ($26) popped across my desk recently. This is a set that includes Dior Vernis Nail Polish in 802 as well as a magnet to create a magical, mystical nail look for Fall.
Have a look!
Come On Let the Good Times Roll Cleanser
Lush Come On Baby Let The Go Times Roll Cleanser is now permanent my friends! Yes, you can get Lush Come On Baby Let The Good Times Roll any time you want starting Sunday in stores and online.
I absolutely love this cleanser so I’m happy to see it return not only as a seasonal cleanser but also as a permanent part of Lush’s skincare line up! Lush released this two Christmas’s ago and it’s become a cult favorite cleanser since. It’s a hand rolled cleanser much like Angels on Bare Skin that’s made from maize flour and polenta which gives the cleanser its exfoliating properties. To use simply break off a piece of the cleanser, place in the palm of your hand, use a little water to work it into a paste. Now massage it onto your face and gently buff away drier skin to reveal a smooth glow!
Each 3.5 oz tub of Come On Baby Let The Good Times Roll is $12.95 and will be available permanently at Lush stores or online at www.lush.com
I know I’m quite happy about its return.
How about you?
Freeman Star Fruit Purifying Facial Paper Mask ($1.99) is one of three new facial sheet masks that were recently introduced to the permanent line of Freeman Skincare products. You might recall I already reviewed the Blue Agave formula of these masks.
Although the Star Fruit formula isn’t for my skin type I decided to give it a whirl anyway and give you a few thoughts about it.
Pond’s Cleansing Oil is a Japan exclusive (and available in a few other select Asian countries) and supposedly contains three plant oils that make up the base for a hydrating cleansing oil experience.
I always find it interesting that a basic product like Cleansing Oil is made so readily available from brands like Ponds and even Maybelline yet the US market never actually sees these products.
Let’s take a look!