So the clever folks over at Aesop have recently released an alcohol free mouth made with essential oils/extractions. Me being someone who strives for fresh breath and loves to occasionally spend money frivolously thought it would be a good idea to purchase it. How exactly does it compare to your run of the mill supermarket mouthwash? Find out after the jump!
It has been about 9-10 months since I started incorporating this mysterious orange jelly into my daily skin care regimen. Made by Fuji Film (yes the Japanese camera house) it is a beauty wonder which promises to deminish fine lines, brighten the appearance, banish dark spots and more. Just how much does this product live up to its claims and is it worth the hefty price tag? Find out my thoughts after the jump!
For a while now I have been obsessed with pistachio’s. I love the taste of them, the scent, and the colour so it seemed perfectly logical to me to carry my obsession for them over into one of my other obsession – beauty products. I went on a bit of a quest to find all of the pistachio themed products I could and ended up with a few winners including the now discontinued LUSH Noubar soap, a foot cream that could have honestly done with a bit more pistachio and this amazing jar of goodness that is Laura Mercier’s Crème de Pistache Soufflé Body Crème.
Now that Autumn is in full swing and winter is fast approaching, the time has come for me to switch up my skin care regimen. My combination skin gets really dry in patches during the colder months so I always switch to heavier creams to keep it moist. I decided to give Source Naturals Skin Eternal Cream a try after reading a ton of good reviews on iHerb.
All of the hand washing that I do at work has really taken a toll on my poor hands so I decided to invest a good quality cream as a treat to them.