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Philosophy Purity Made Simple Cleanser Review

Philosophy Purity Made Simple Cleanser is one of those super popular cult favourite items that  I had to think about and research for awhile before actually trying it.  Most super popular products don’t work out well for me.  This, however, worked really well when I first tested it out a few years ago.  It was quite a pleasant surprise. The…

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Empties – December 2016: My Final Thoughts on Stuff I’ve Finished

Something I’ve been meaning to do ever since starting this blog is give my final thoughts about products once I finish using them up.  I started the blog in May 2016, and I’ve been saving my empties ever since.  Originally, I planned to do this every few months, but I’ve been procrastinating…so this is going to be a long post.…

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Black Friday Beauty Deals 2016

One of the busiest shopping days of the year is upon us again…Black Friday!  OK lovelies, time to scope out some Black Friday beauty deals. Sephora Deals Sephora has some good beauty deals for Black Friday.  Most are value sets, such as the Bite Beauty Lipstick Vault which contains every single shade the brand has in their entire range.  But…

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Bobbi Brown Skin Foundation Stick Review

This stick foundation has completely converted me to stick foundation.  I love it so much.  Bobbi Brown Skin Foundation stick looks like real skin with a very natural finish.  It’s creamy and blendable without being greasy.  It layers well over various types of skincare products.  It comes in a really excellent range of shades.  It hasn’t caused any kind of…

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Indie Lee Lavender Chamomile Moisturizing Oil

Indie Lee Lavender Chamomile Moisturizing Oil is a wonderful oil designed for use on your face, hair, or body.  It is a super simple formulation, containing only jojoba oil, apricot oil, and essential oils of lavender and chamomile for fragrance.  This is great for sensitive skinned folks, since a shorter ingredients list usually means less likelihood of a bad reaction.…

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First Aid Beauty Face Cleanser Review

First Aid Beauty Face Cleanser is an effective, gentle cleanser good for sensitive skin.  It doesn’t contain sulfates or soaps that can strip skin of its natural oils.  So when you use it, it leaves skin feeling clean, fresh, and soft.  Not dry or tight.  It is quite creamy but with a whipped texture and it has pearlescent look to it.…

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Drunk Elephant B Hydra Intensive Hydration Gel Review

Drunk Elephant B Hydra Intensive Hydration Gel is a very unique sort of moisturizing product.  It is a water based gel that feels very refreshing while being applied.  Then it just disappears into your skin and leaves no residue whatsoever.  It has no scent, is completely oil free, and has a nice natural/demi-matte finish.  It also comes in a unique twist-up…

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Darphin The Revitalizing Oil Review

I’m a huge fan of oils.  For face, for body, for hair…for everything!  Another thing I love about oils is that anyone and everyone can use them.  Yes, even you oily skinned ladies!  Oils are non-pore clogging and deeply hydrating, which can actually help to decrease oil production.  The Revitalizing Oil from Darphin Paris is a blend of fragrant and…

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Odacite Night Time Antioxidants Repair Serum Review

Odacite Night Time Antioxidants Repair Serum is a serum bursting with good ingredients.  I’ve gone through a couple bottles of this now, and can definitely say that it is a lovely product that makes skin feel very nourished and healthy.  It contains a high amount of vitamin E, MSM to stimulate collagen production, and white tea, hyaluronic acid, rosehip oil, and many…

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Herbivore Botanicals Organic Blue Tansy Resurfacing Mask Review

I love exfoliating.  It feels so good to wash off a resurfacing mask and feel soft, smooth skin underneath.  That is what it feels like to use the Herbivore Botanicals Organic Blue Tansy Resurfacing Mask.  It uses fruit enzymes and willow bark to exfoliate, rather than the usual glycolic/lactic/salicylic acids.  This method of resurfacing is gentler and less likely to cause…

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