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February, 2019

  • 24 February

    Review: Organic Shea Butter (#1 Cure For Skin, Scars, Stretch Marks & Eczema?)

    Organic Unrefined Shea Butter

    We’ve all probably heard about the benefits of Shea Butter by now, but how can you tell if you’re getting the best quality product? With unrefined Ivory Shea Butter, 100% raw and imported directly from Ghana, West Africa, it arrives sealed and to your door, and is designed to treat …

  • 21 February

    Review: Kerastase Nutritive Shampoo and Conditioner (Worth It?)

    Kerastase Nutritive Shampoo and Conditioner

    The first time a friend recommended Kerastase Nutritive Shampoo and Conditioner to me after I bleached my own hair (mistakes we’d like to forget), her eyes lit up, and while I was skeptical that anything could help at that point and scared that anything extra might even harm it further, I …

  • 20 February

    Review: O’Keeffe’s Healthy Feet Foot Cream (#1 For Dry Winter Feet?)

    O'Keefe's Healthy Feet Foot Cream

    Whether we’d like to admit it or not, we all get dry, rough feet in the Winter sometimes, and with O’Keeffe’s Healthy Feet Foot Cream, we can all seek repair from damage and cracks, rough patches, and flakes. Similar to their bestselling Hand Cream, the foot cream works to create …

  • 17 February

    Review: Clinique Happy Eau de Parfum (A Natural Antidepressant?)

    Clinique Happy Fragrance Model

    Simple, clean, and fresh, Clinique’s Happy Eau de Parfum Spray is one of those fragrances that even “non-fragrance junkies” will probably smile when they smell. It’s been a bestseller for years and is a blend of citrus, spring mimosa, florals, ruby red grapefruit, bergamot, and Hawaiian wedding flower. The fragrance blends sensual notes …

  • 16 February

    Review: Sunday Riley Luna Oil (The Best Sleeping Night Oil?!)

    Sunday Riley Sleeping Oil Linen Backdrop

    Sunday Riley’s Luna Oil is a Retinol Sleeping Oil famed for being stronger than a typical retinol containing product, yet still safe enough to use on sensitive skin. How exactly does that work? Retinol ingredients tend to bind more closely to oil products than they do serums or creams, and …