All posts tagged: dry

It Exfoliates, Brightens and Smoothes…..

I’m always on a look out for facial cleansers because I have sensitive skin that is both oily and dry. I think I have found the answer to my prayers in daily microfoliant by Dermalogica . I’ve been using this rice-baced enzyme powder for the last month and I’m loving it. Thanks to its tiny particles it makes it super easy for this exfoliant to get into all those little spots and clean out all the dirt and oil away from my face, leaving it super smooth and soft. Here is some more info about Dermalogica’s daily microfoliant: Unique powder activates upon contact with water, releasing Papain, Salicylic Acid and Rice enzymes that micro-exfoliate, leaving skin smoother and brighter. Skin Brightening Complex of Aspergillus, Grapefruit and Licorice helps to balance uneven skin pigmentation. Super-soothing blend of Green Tea, Ginkgo and Colloidal Oatmeal helps calm skin, leaving it extraordinarily clear and refreshed. Interested to find more great products from Dermalogica? Check out what I think about their Active Moist moisturizer. sa   UPDATE!! To try this …

Discovering Polyvore.com

I fell in love with the Polyvore website, it’s everything a girl could ask for. Polyvore is an online resource for someone who wants to window shop, play dress up or just spend a few hours looking through creative assortments of pictures. With the help of one of their browser plug-in, you can add almost any item from any online store to its massive library and use those pieces to put together an outfit or a piece of art. When each of these creations are done, they look like the above picture. But Polyvore offers a great tool to its users beside letting them play stylist online, each piece of the above picture has a link attached to it and by a simple click of the mouse you are off to the specific website for each item, taking the guess-work and the hassle of browsing through pages and pages of different website to a thing of the past. Unfortunately WordPress doesn’t let me add the proper code to the picture so, I can’t properly demonstrate …