Saturday, July 11, 2015

The Body Shop Vitamin C Skin Boost review 😱

Hello Hello, So I have been using The Body Shop's Vitamin C Skin Boost for Four Months now for my acne scars and for brightening my skin. When I first started using it I noticed that my skin was instantly matte which I like " combination skin type" it smells like zingy orange morning scent and that it made my skin so soft. After about two months into it my scars began to lighten mind you I paired it with The Body Shops exfoliate Microdermabrasion in their Vitamin C Line. I also paired it with their Drops Of Youth Serum, Pomegranate night cream was also used like twice a month. So overtime my skin just got brighter and healthier looking. And when I did break out the pimple when it was ready to settle back into the skin it didn't turn into a such a dark scar it actually maintained a lighter shade. I would recommend this to all skin types, if you are trying to have more beautiful or glowing or nice skin you gotta try this. Also this is great for makeup wearers as it also duals as a makeup primer, so you can treat your skin under your makeup. Um let's see if you do apply too much it will have a greasy feel, so you really don't need a lot.  The cost is usually 28 to 29 dollars US but if you have your Love Your Body Card you get it 10%off!

Essie "muchi muchi" nail polish review!

So I've had this polish for a little while now. So I could give a full review on it in my own opinion right? So here goes..... I am in luuuuve with this polish by Essie in "Muchi Muchi" it's a creamy soft pink that is classy and a pink that is so everyday.  It does cost eight dollars but it's so worth the price. This polish does need a few coats, I would say about three, and the brush is on the narrow side but you do get used to it. Just load up and apply. In the picture this is after three coats and waiting in between applications I would say about ten minutes. It's nice on it own after it dries but if you want a little more attention add a high shine top coat.