Beautygloss’s Mascha recently released a video showing that blister patches can help you get rid of pimples. Nothing new under the sun there, but a lot of people – including me – had never heard of this trick. And while everyone was cutting up expensive blister patches, these affordable little anti-spot patches by Alvira were waiting for us at Action.
Being unemployed is a bitch but finding a new job and having people giving you presents to celebrate said job almost makes it worth it.
If you’ve been around for a long time, you might’ve read this Mitchum review. At the time, the brand was pretty new to me and – so far – it hasn’t let me down. Over the past few months, I’ve tried the Mitchum Triple Odor Defense antiperspirants & deodorants.
Mascara is probably one of my favourite things to try, since I use it on a daily basis and you can see immediate results. I’ve recently tried the CoverGirl Lash Blast Fusion, but a little while before that, I wore Physician Formula’s Organic Wear Mascara daily.
I don’t necessarily like to move it, move it, but when I do, I want to keep chafing to a minimum. Last year, I tried (and approved) Smoovall, but as I was looking for something a little more durable, I picked up the Akileïne Sport NOK Anti-Chafing Cream on my recent trip to Paris.
When I’m asked about my favourite brand for mascara, my answer is always Covergirl. It’s affordable, it’s effective and the bright orange Lash Blast is in my all-time top 3. But what about the Lash Blast Fusion?
The Make-Up Eraser is hands-down the most lifechanging product that I’ve tried this year. But since I want to use it every day, it comes at a cost. And since I’m not willing to get that #spendy, I looked for more budget-friendly alternatives instead. Enter the Make-Up Remover I found at Action.