I do not normally feature products like this, which I would classify as ‘first aid’ products. Instead I usually try to stick to strickly beauty related products. However, last week I got more bug bites than I got all summer. I managed to get 20 mosquito bites, and countless gnat bites in a few hour span.
That being said, on the way home from my bug bite filled trip, I stopped at the drug store and picked up just about anything that promised to help with my bug bites. In addition to this I also picked up an itch relief spray and some childrens Benadryl in an attempt to curb the horrible itch.
I would rate this product 6/10
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This semester in school one of the classes I am taking requires me to learn to identify birds by how they look, and how they sound. This is not all that hard of a task, and simply requires listening to the bird sounds several times. However, if Rigby is asked, this is torture since he wants to know where these noisy birds are so he can attack them.
I do not usually feature high-end nail polish’s here. Not that they are not pretty, but because I am cheap. However The Beauty Look Book has a post on Rococo Nail Apparel’s New Collection. I may be wanting a few pieces myself.
Miss Natty’s Beauty Diary has a post on a lovely facial serum. Based on a quick look this serum may be just the thing for me since it fits with all my beauty resolutions.
A few months back, as many of you may remember I went a little crazy with buying face wash. I am slowly making my way through using up the products, as I use them up. All of the purchases made at the time were specifically designed for sensitive skin.
I had picked this out since I had been hearing a great deal of positive things about Yes to Carrots. This is made by the same company but is their line of products for sensitive skin (they also have Yes to Blueberries and Yes to Tomato).
I would rate this product a 7/10
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Makeup Remover – I am currently Using Smashbox Cleansing oil. This has been the first foray in cleansing oil, I switched because I was growing tired of the residue I felt like makeup removing wipes was leaving on my skin. This is probably the most important step of my evening routine since it makes sure I get all my makeup off.
Eye Makeup Remover – I have been working on a bottle of Bliss Lid + lash wash for a good while now. I only need a tiny bit of this, but feel a separate eye makeup remover is necessary. I have very sensitive eyes (even plain water can bother them) and have as of yet had no problems with this eye makeup remover.
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I wanted to share the routine I follow to maintain clear skin. Most of the substances I use are on the gentler side, since my skin philosophy is that many of us are abusing are skin, resulting in blemishes and acne. While these products may not work for you, I do hope this series of small reviews gives you some insite into why I use these various categories of products.
Morning Cleanser – While I am currently using the Neutrogena Naturals Fresh Cleansing + Makeup Remover for my morning wash, it is truly not my favorite (full review here). That being said, I do continue to use a cleanser in the morning. The purpose of this is not any major cleansing (hence something gentle) since I remove all of my makeup prior to bed time. This for me simply is a step that helps me wakeup and feel cleaner, since I occasionally drool in my sleep.
Tonner – I have been using the L’Occitane Almond Apple Tonning Cider for a bit over a month now (mini review here). There tends to be a great deal of discussion on if a toner is entirely necessary in your skin cleansing routine. I continue to use these products since they help to return the skin to its normal pH quickly (Since cleansing can strip the skin).
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