It was a Sunday evening. I didn’t feel right. Bloated, queasy and having missed a period I thought, well that will be it, that’s the reason, I am late and just feeling yucky. My fiancé didn’t agree. He said I wasn’t looking well or acting normally. Off he went to the local pharmacy and came… Continue reading Discovering you are pregnant: My biggest WTF? moment so far.
Who doesn’t love a nice long soak in a bath? I can lie in there for ages with a good book and then top the hot water up when I feel it getting too cool. Shame on my wrinkly fingers. I came across this beautiful little jar of what I thought were bath crystals… Continue reading Bath Caviar? Now that’s a bit rich.
After following various bloggers attempts to try, and mostly fail, the dreaded Project Pan challenge and wondering how on earth they would finish off 30 to 70 products in the space of a teeny calendar month, I have finally managed to collect some empties. Empties that I didn’t challenge myself to finish but actually, really… Continue reading The Unusual Empties Edit: Products so good I used them to death!
I am having that age old dilemma with myself that I experience every few months. Do I really need to use a toner? Should it be part of my beauty routine or is it just another expense to add to an already expensive beauty routine? Or maybe it’s a marketing trick by companies to make… Continue reading I don’t need to use toner… Do I?
It has just occurred to me whilst browsing over my cosmetics loot that I have been in possession of a certain product for AGES which seems to defy all logic. I have literally used this every morning for almost two months and it simply does not want to come to an end. Sure MOTIONsense invisible… Continue reading Sure: The never-ending underarm story…
I managed to get my hands on some amazing samples this week. The first of which I am reviewing right now: Super Restorative Replenishing Comfort Mask by Clarins. This mask claims to “Immediately soften, smooth and replenish skin deep down…” – I smothered the mask (5ml) all over my face and neck hoping to… Continue reading The realisation that face masks can be age appropriate. A Clarins tale.