Your eye area is one of the first places that reveal you haven’t been catching al those zzzs. But if eight hours a day is an unattainable amount for you, a good eye cream goes a long way in making you look fresh.
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.
Ever experienced eczema? If you haven’t: count your blessings. If you have: keep reading. This might be the product for you.
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.
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.
I’m a beauty lover, but I’m not the biggest beauty shopper. Since I’m lucky to receive products in PR every once in a while (which is always indicated below every post), I don’t need to buy a lot of products myself. But that doesn’t mean I don’t want to. I visited a handful of beauty shops on my recent trip to Paris and went to Sephora, but contained myself and only came home with a couple of beauty buys.