Last month, I briefly shared with you my discovery and love for a new product that Olay came out with – the Olay Daily Facials 4-in-1 which I shared on this post and you know that Olay is a brand I truly believe in when it comes to skin care products.
Olay is a worldwide leader in skin care and has been trusted by women for over 60 years. Growing up, I’ve seen my mom, my aunts, and my grandma use their products.
Well, recently, I got a chance to try out another one of their products called Olay Regenerist Micro Scultping Cream which is an anti-aging moisturizer. This particular cream beat all other prestige hydration creams which ranged from $26-$440, according to a recent study conducted by the Good Housekeeping Institute (GHI). The engineers, scientists, and experts at GHI rigorously test products and evaluate them based on their performance, ease of use, safety, durability and design. On the recent test done on the Olay Regenerist Micro Sculpting Cream against more than 10,000 hydration measurements, Olay rose to the top!
Here’s another one of the many confessions I’ve made on this blog: I didn’t use to do laundry before I got married. And no, not that I wear dirty clothes all the time (or I would have not found a husband!). I just didn’t do them since my mom lived with me. I guess that’s one of the benefits when you’re all grown up and your parent lives with you. They can alleviate you from doing all the other chores on your own, such as…the laundry!
But when I got married, I had to start doing the laundry. Ha, fun stuff! Doing laundry seems like an easy chore right? But there’s a few factors that come with it so that your clothes come out cleaner.
April 30, 2017, this coming Sunday, is Revlon® Mascara Day at Walgreens, so mark your calendar ladies! What does that mean for you and I? It means that when you visit your local Walgreens store, you can BOGO for 50% any Revlon product!
As some of you may already know, I don’t wear make-up on a daily basis. If anything, I would wear a light foundation or BB Cream, powder, a little bit of blush and mascara for a natural fresh look.
I have a slightly long eyelashes and I love enhancing it with a mascara. For me, that’s the easiest, most natural and prettiest way to go. My eyes don’t work quite well with false eyelashes over a long period of time.
As you all know, I just got married a couple of weeks ago and it was the best day ever! But planning my own wedding wasn’t as easy as I thought. There were lots of details that I wanted to put in the wedding and it was pretty stressful to say the least. There were lots of last minute things that popped up, even the day of the wedding. However, the day still turned out to be very special for us and our guests.
The honeymoon part was also something that my husband and I both looked forward to. And it was such a refreshing time. We enjoyed the beach, the activities, the food and drinks, and the people. I will share more of that on another post.
While traveling to another country that’s unfamiliar to you is fun and exciting, it can also be stressful, especially when you don’t know what to expect, right? But being quite ready and fully-packed up with the right products to take with you can be key, especially if you don’t know where to get the products you normally use in a foreign country where there’s no Walmart or Walgreens.
I’ve always had long hair for as long as I can remember and sometimes caring for it and maintaining healthy, shiny hair can be quite challenging.
There’s just so many products out there to choose from but unless you are aware of the ingredients in hair care products that are harmful for your hair and health in general, you probably will just grab anything that you think “will work for you” or what you think already works for you. I know I do.
However, chemicals such as sulfates, gluten, and paraben are pretty common in hair care products that are readily available at our local pharmacies and grocery stores. Sulfates are basically a mild detergent that is used to create suds. The issue with it though is that it strips your hair of its natural essential oils and weakens your hair follicle and strands over time. Parabens, on the other hand, are known to cause cancer. And while glutens have no direct correlation to the health of your hair, having no gluten in hair care products helps those who have sensitivity to it.