Archive for July 2011
Photo and article theft for that matter.
|they took out my watermark and posted my pics on their site. sigh.|
|again, my photo deprived of my usual © watermark|
The seller's site even carried plagiarized content (verbatim!) courtesy of the article I wrote for that review:
|Estee Lauder Double Wear Liquid Foundation, SPF 10, 30mL|
P1,900 (~$43) - local counters, $35 - website
|Estee Lauder Double Wear in Sand on my NC25 skin|
|Estee Lauder+ In2it: tweaking the too light Double Wear shade (Sand) with|
In2it 2-way Powder Foundation (Golden Harvest)
|Notice how my face is too white in comparison to my neck (2nd photo)|
I set the liquid foundation with a powder foundie that finishes dark on me (In2it)
Since the winner never got back to me with her contact details, I'm drawing a new winner for the full-size tub of the Hydro Boost Moisturizer. I hope our new winner contacts me for the prize, else, another draw will take place.
Congratulations, Pammy! Please send me your contact number within 72 hours (please use the blog's contact form).
Mousse cleansers are notorious for drying out the skin. Surprisingly, the Neutrogena Hydro Boost Mousse Cleanser impressed me when it was able to strip off any other dirt left from my usual oil cleansing without making my face uncomfortably taut. It lived up to the "cleans the skin while keeping the its moisture level normal" promise!
|Elseve Re-Nutrition Hair Mask, Cream Silk Hair Mask and |
Purederm Nourishing Repair Hair Mask
Creamsilk Precision Repair Treatment
special instructions from Creamsilk: for severely damaged hair, use consecutively for 3 days and every 7 days thereafter.
L'oreal Elseve Re-Nutrition w/Royal Jelly
This Royal Jelly variant worked well for me compared to the pink/red one
Purederm Chamomile Nourishing Repair Mask
|Purederm Nourishing Repair Hair Mask (chamomile), ~P80 20mL|
So, Which Hair Mask To Choose?
Since all three I've tried worked wonderfully in moisturizing my scalp, and none of the three gave me breakouts, it's up to my budget which among these I should purchase.
Get Creamsilk if you want a cheap treatment mask that works. Grab L'oreal if you have a few extra pesos to spare and you feel that Creamsilk's rather fluid consistency seems substandard compared to L'oreal's thick cream. And if you want some cooling effect on the scalp plus the feeling of having been given a royal hair treatment, get Purederm's.
Today, I'm celebrating my month-long use of the Neutrogena Hydroboost water gel moisturizer! I'm currently loving how well-hydrated my face has become within the span of time I'm on it.