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Thursday, 19 June 2014

Mutter on the Skin

Not a review post, nor the next part of the previous post, but just to mutter about my opinion on skin care thingies.

It may increase your curiosity towards my next post. Perhaps. I hope so, lol.

I was called as an expert about skin things among my friends, but I know, there're much many person who are much more expert-er than me.

Most of the brands found in the drugstore like Watsons and Guardian, in my area, I'd tried. I didn't say 'products' but 'brands'.
Not the chicken essence pls.

There're many people out there who want so eagerly to get a super good products, at a super cheap price.
Is it possible? I didn't say not.

Anyway, how can you so want to get a counter brand's standard things at a super cheap price?
Unless,  you make it yourself, then it will be foc.

I don't have a super good skin, but it's transforming.  Not all my products are pricy, as you can know from my post.
Maybe there're a few cosy things but I'll make sure the price is worth the products, or not.
I won't pay hundreds on something shit that won't works on me. I paid that, once, on a pimple gel. It's very very small bottle, sure, not over hundreds, but if it's 30ml, for sure over hundreds.
It doesn't work, f*ck that. Regret til die.

When I was younger in age, I  used to buy a lot of skin care things and try them up.
For sure, sometimes it will be like I throw the money into the sea which end up nothing, or shit. But there are also many times that I paid a cheap price for a very good thing which really works on my face.

I love to try out skin products, for sure I wish to try all the products in store. I know that is impossible although those products are very cheap but when add them up, it turns very pricey.
I know it couldn't be, so, for now, I won't like simply enter the store and use my sixth sense to search for products.

I may have not a cosy face wash, but for serum thingies and the washing tools, I really willing to spend the money, but first I must make sure that they work well.

How do I make them sure?
I do alot of research through google!
Google is the best friend, always!
I read bloggers' reviews, I read the users' reviews, I read the article of the products, I read the ingredients.  When I can have around 80% positive thinking towards tha certain products, I'll buy.
Or, I'll wait for the promo season until it's sold at a cheaper price.
I don't hope to throw my hard-earn money into sea like that.

I'd told, I love to try out products. So I rarely continue using a certain products after finishing the first container, unless I really love it.
There're quite many 'current love' products, which may turn into my 'forever love' products.

I'd new bought 2 bottles of face cleanser, which can be used as body wash too.
I got them from my god sister, which the cleansers are home-made by her friend.
It's really homemade, my god sister visited the place she made the products before.
Organic, no chemical.
Somemore, the most lovely words,  cheap price.
I'm thinking to bring them in for selling purpose.
Imma skincare-holic, I, for sure wishing to get a good and effective yet cheap price products, that's why I want to bring them in.
And also Pobling Pore Sonic Cleanser too.
I once unable to afford any face cleansing brush since even manual brush cost alot.
I hope more people able to get it in so I'm bring the brush in too!
*Leave me a comment if your interested in any of them, or you can email me at or wechat me: ElioJ too*

For further question like, why using a brush instead of hand? Or, why there're certain organic products causing trouble on my skin?
I'm gonna answer them in the next post cause if I write them here, there will be nothing to be discussed about in tje next post!

Tuesday, 10 June 2014

My Current Lovey Product

Hello peeps!
It's been a long time I didn't update with my lappie duh.
I'm not sure whether my title of this post is appropriate.
Anyway, I wanna show you all, some of my current favie products! <3

From left:
Ginvera Green Tea Repair and Nourish Night Cream,
Yoko Spa Milk Salt,
Paul Mitchell Instant Moisture Daily Shampoo,
Pobling Pore Sonic Cleanser,
Olay Aquaction Moisturizer

 If you do follow my fb, or istagram, for sure you'll know that I do love Redoxy f*cking much among these all, why? What it actually is? I'll tell in the next post xD
I'm separating the post in parts just to not make you all bored of reading a long long post!

First, Paul Mitchell Instant Moisture Daily Shampoo.
Not an ordinary shampoo, it's Paul Mitchell!
It's an USA hair academy brand which produce high quality products!
It's not as famous as Shiseido in Asia countries but it's quite well-known in USA.
Though it's cheaper(ermm...slightly?) than Shiseido, but it's better!
Google for more!

As it show, suitable for color treated hair.
YES, it does! Maybe most of the Asian users won't get it since most Asian won't color their hair into a very light color as well as color which faded easily like red-base color.
I colored my hair red before, and yes, also purple before. So I can feel the difference!
It do protect your hair and the color well!

I get it from my boyfie which is a hairdresser, and a Paul Mitchell lover.

What it looks like.
Unlike other hair shampoo which has a thick texture, it's watery-ier than other shampoo!
The smell is fresh, I mean, not like the fragrance-ish smell.
Those who used to use those thick liquid type and get to form alot lather one, may not used to it but it works well!

Second, Ginvera Green Tea Repair and Nourish Night Cream.
Opss, I forgot to take the front picture lol /.\

Honestly, I'm not really a night cream lover, before using this.
My first try on this, was given a sample pack from my dad as he got it as free when bought a magazine.
He then just gave the sample packs, which included also Ginvera Green Tea day cream and their sun shield. But what really get into me is the night cream.

It does repair the skin, enhances the skin texture and protects the skin well.
I can feel the difference between using a night cream and not, so when finish the sample pack, I'm gonna, buy it? Nope, ask my boyfie to buy me! duh.....feels like I have no money to buy a cheap thing...=.=

In fact, at the time, was Valentine Day, and my boyfie, as a hairdreser, wanna gimme some pricey hair care products, of course, I refused to get them.
He's just too stubborn to get me something as Valentine Day gift, so, instead of pricey things, I rather choose some cheap things. 

It's kinda thick, means creamy texture, yet not oily at all as it's water-base.
Though it's fragrance-ish smell , as long as it works well, I'm not really bother it and it's smell not really strong.

Third, Yoko Spa Milk Salt.
Again, I forgot to take front picture...=.='''
Too excited to show the details.
I love body scrub, even my favourite body wash, is also body scrub!
But I feel the body scrub is tooooooooo gentle and may not really clean all the dirts, so I bought this in extra cleaning.
It's a Thailand well-known skin products brand.
Though Thailand is only at above Malaysia, but it's hard to get Yoko products here lol...=.=
I saw many local online shops selling it in a kinda high price, it's kinda not worthy if I just wanna try it.
FINALLY, one day, I went City Plaza to shop around with my dearest boyfie, I found it!!!!!!
A pack like this only sold at RM5, wtf?! So cheap!
With no hesitate, I got it in my cart XD

It smells very good! Like a milk candy smell, no cheat, no any salty smell!
It's yellowish milky color.
I pour all the salt into another container cause I don't think zip locker pouch-bag is really not convenient. The salt may stuck in the zip and make the bag unable to close!
I think it's maybe a refill pack, so the design of the bag is not a problem=)
Every time when I using it, I feel like having a milk candy bath<3

For the review of other products, will be written in next post<3
Stay Tuned

Monday, 2 June 2014

Simple DIY Mask I Love♥

It's a kinda long time from my last post!
I think I haven't post any tutorial for a long long time, so I decide to make one NOW!

It's a very good conditioning, hydrating, clarifying yet economic mask, which you need only a Nano White treatment toner and some pieces of facial cotton pad!

First, tear each cotton pad into into 2 so it's thinner and won't waste any drops of your toner. In the pic, I use only 3 pieces of cottons, and turn 6 after tearing.

Second, put the cotton pads neatly in a bowl or tray or anyhing else. Neatly stated because it's kinda difficult to take each piece of the damp separated cotton pads. 

Third, pour your toner onto the cottons, control the amount as you like. For me, I'll mix a little drinking water in it just to make the cotton wet. Make sure every piece of cotton has soak in the equal amount of toner.

Lastly, put every pieces of cotton pads onto your face, and left for around 30 minutes, then just take off the cotton!

You're done!
The effect is super good!
You can choose any toner you like.
You can also mix up your toner with water or few drops of your face serum, then only you soak the cotton  pads in it before putting on face!

Hope it helps♥