Tuesday, July 22, 2014

Temporary Tattoos Are Çool!!

Do you like tattoos or  are you curious/thinking to have a tattoos anyway? Then, you should check this out- The awesome "Temporary Tattoos" from "Armed& Truth" company.The tattoos are pretty affordable and comes with written notes. 


I always wanna to have a tattoo which I am still thinking to do; so a temporary tattoo is a nice try to see if I can pull it off or not. I actually didn't notice that they are mostly the Bible notes on it which something I do not prefer as I am a Muslim. So I just cut this mini "Take Action" note from the sticker and directly apply on my hand (Damn, I should put this in a nice way!!) Anyway, It was fun and easy to apply. Just follow the instruction which you can find behind the sticker. 



As you can see lots of sticker tattoos!! I am definiitly gonna cut my favroite words from the notes and use it again! It does look cute ♥ 

And here is the packaging- comes in a brown letter! 



Let me know if you think it's cute ♥ 

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Price- $9.95 

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Monday, July 21, 2014

Mask Monday || Adovia Exfoliating Facial Sea-Salt

Welcome to Mask Monday! ☺
As you can see by the title, I am going to use this "Adovia Exfoliating Sea-Salt" for the face mask today. I know most of the time we use salt as a facial scrub but sometimes you can try it with your mask too!
Adovia is one of the nice skincare brand that I have been using for a long time.You can check out the other review from the search option.☺  They have many skincare/ facial care/ Hair care  products for any skin type, and the quality is pretty much luxurious!!



Description-
Exfoliating Dead Sea Facial Salts - for Oily Skin - 2 Months Supply Natural facial salts improve your complexion, refresh and firm your skin while leaving it thoroughly cleansed. These salts will infuse your skin with Dead Sea minerals while removing dead skin cells, leaving your face radiant, smooth and refreshed. Eliminates Bacteria and excess oil Exfoliates dead skin cells and pore clogging particles Revitalizes and refreshes skin, revealing a new, healthy layer. Stimulates facial skin circulation and tightens pores Directions: Apply salt to a clean wet face and massage gently. Rinse off with warm water. Follow with Adovia Moisturizing Cream or Nourishing Night Cream. Tip for Normal to Dry and Dry skin types: Although this Facial Dead Sea mineral salt were designed for oily skin, a long-time client of ours who has a dry skin type gave us a great tip which she works great for her. She told us that she mixes the facial salts with some olive oil and exfoliates that way with the combination of olive oil and facial salts. She said that she gets the exfoliating effect and the benefit of the minerals going in her skin, and her skin stays moisturized and smooth. NOTE: We also recommend for all skin types to mix these facial salts with our Mineral Cleanser which will create a gentle and thorough scrub. You can find that combination offered at a slight discount here. Exfoliating Dead Sea Facial Salts are designed for use on oily skin. The 2 months' supply of salts naturally improves the complexion, refreshing and firming skin while thoroughly cleansing it. The salts impart special minerals in the skin while stripping away dead cells to leave skin looking radiant, smooth and refreshed. Salts also naturally remove bacteria and excess oils, making them a great choice for oily skin types. To use, simply apply the exfoliating salts to a clean, wet face and massage gently


As you can see, i used a paper plate underneath the container as the salt is overflowing on the tube!! If you are not careful enough, you might spread the salt all over the surface which is messy and awful!! and the container is really heavy to understand that how much salt they put it in the tube!!  [Just Be-careful Honey!!]

The salt is not like regular salt that we use for cooking/eating. They claimed that it's the Dead-Sea Mineral Salt which mainly distributed for facial care. The size of the each salt (lol!!) is bigger than the regular size, very granulated and hard to melt on water! As you can see, it is so white and pure !!♥


How I Made The Mask-
[Oops! I mistakley delete the photos of the mask!!] You need-

  • Tomato- 1 or 2 (depends on you) 
  • VitaminC serum (I used this one Here
  • Adovia Salt 
Mashed the tomato and then add serum & adovia salt. Make sure that your face is wet.You can directly use the salt only if you have oily/combination skin.I have dry skin so I add the rest of the ingredients with the mask.Depends on you what you like to add. As you can see (my terrible pic here) it looks so orange for the tomato juice and serum!! I had to rub slowly and carefully otherwise the salt granola would make a scar on my face.So don't be rush and work slowly!! Use circular motion while applying on the face,it will help to increase the blood circulation and open up the pores for oxygen!The tomato juice will help to brighten up the skin tone! You can also use it as a lip scrub. I just waited for 5 minutes (if you oily skin, wait for few more minutes!) Then just wash my face with warm water.
For the dry skin, I will suggest to repeat it twice a month.


My Opinion-
Well, this is really a unique facial exfoliating salt that I have used! I used it as a mask and it works wonderful! It removes the dead cell by making my face soft,smooth & touchable. I love how it feels on my skin. I am quite sure it is also works as a body scrub as well. Love that it didn't melt on the mask fast so that you can exfoliate well!! It's very natural and great for dry skin too!Affordable as well.  I think this salt will be lasting for  six to seven months for me...
If you are looking for the best exfoliating mineral salt , then I highly recommend this Adovia salt to try out.

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