My list of not-so-secret addictions includes writing, black-and-white films, nail polish, fashion and DIY projects.
Currently, I'm a student (junior) majoring in communications. I happen to love my major. My beauty and style blog is just one of the many ways I fight my ease to becoming board. My beauty and style blog is a great place for gals with sensitive skin to stop and learn about what products won't irritate them. If you're wondering "What should I wear that with?" Hey There, Stylish! is worth visiting.
I recently bought this product, and it works great! It does everything it says that it will on the box. After just a few seconds, dead skin comes right off. i would recommend this to anyone. It's a lot safer than using cuticle nippers for at-home nail care.
This product really works for me. I found that the best results come from applying to almost damp hair. If you apply to hair that is dripping wet, the product won't really penetrate the hair shaft was well. After applying the product to my hair, I cover my hair and apply heat for 15 - 30 minutes. My hair always feels moisturized and replenished after using this product.
Pods are great inventions. They take up less space and seem to last longer than detergent (they do for me). One pod per load is typically all you need. Feel free to use two if you're doing a load of denim or bedding.
St. Ives body lotions, I must say, are amazing products. They're cruelty free, they're great moisturizers, and amazing for your skin. There is truley a formula for every skint type. A trip to your local drug store will show you that. The ingredients they chose are specifically for various skin types and skin needs. If you have sensitive skin, you should be really careful and take a very close look at what is on the ingredients list. One bad experience hasn't turned me off to the entire St. Ives skincare line, but it has made me more aware of what to look for in my daily moisturizer.