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February 2015 Favorites

I feel like this month’s favorites is a mish mash of weird things. I started out the month loving making up and getting all dolled up, and then I got my wisdom teeth out and have yet to touch make up. 571 more words

Cruelty Free

Charcoal Bar Soap: the solution to ending clogged pores, blackheads and acne? - Part 2

In Part 2 of my quest for clear skin via activated charcoal products, I will be reviewing my results with the Yes To Tomatoes Activated Charcoal Bar Soap. 830 more words

Burt's Bees Grapefruit Lip Balm VS Yes To Grapefruit Lip Balm

Hello ShopaHAULics, Tiffany here and I thought that since I am on my grapefruit kick and that this is the last beauty post of my birth month that I would share a comparison of two lip balms that have the same grapefruit scent. 332 more words


Charcoal Bar Soap: the solution to ending clogged pores, blackheads and acne? - Part 1

Throughout my life, my skin has never been bad per se, however I have had the occasional breakout during that time of the month. In the last year, my skin has decided to rebel against me with clogged pores, a gigantic underground zit at that time of the month and a bit of sensitivity. 599 more words

Yes or No: Yes to Carrots Moisturizing Eye Cream

A couple of weeks ago, I discussed the pros and cons of using a dedicated eye cream in this post. If I convinced you that perhaps you need one, here is the first in a series of upcoming reviews of eye creams. 325 more words


My skincare routine

Η περιποίηση της επιδερμίδας είναι το πιο βασικό βήμα για ένα υγειές και προσεγμένο δέρμα. Είναι το κυριότερο βήμα, που δεν πρέπει να παραλείπεται ούτε από όσες αγαπούν το μακιγιάζ, αλλά φυσικά ούτε από εκείνες, που δεν ασχολούνται με αυτό.


Natural vs. Synthetic

You’ve probably noticed that there has been a huge increase in “natural” cosmetic products lately. I’ve mentioned a number of brands and products that would fit into this category (the Yes to line, Burt’s Bees, and Origins), you’ve probably seen some natural lines at your grocery store, or possibly you’ve seen them at a spa. 181 more words