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If you like a pink tint to your lips, you may like this slightly-waxy balm. It is cheap, yes, but it looks cheap. I'd stick with Chapstick or Vaseline as a lip moisturizer and a MAC lipstick to color your mouth. I gave this product to my daughter and she seemed happy with it.
July 1, 2011
Sheer Transformation Cream
This cream was included in the package of Ole Henriksen Products through Sephora's Beauty Insider Points. It is a jar of very thick cream that I rubbed over a couple Chicken Pox scars on my forehead and nose. I also have been using it under my eyes. I'm finding the results minimal on the scar issue but I am pleased with the dewy, glowing results under my eyes. Will I buy a jar? Probably not but it leaves a pleasing glow with a very small amount of product. When used this way, the price tag isn't bad.
June 11, 2011
Luxury For Sensitive Skin
This creamy, silky, fresh-smelling cleanser feels so luxurious when I massage it onto my sensitive, reactive skin and rinse it off with warm water. It doesn't burn or dry out my skin, and when I use a cotton ball to tone my face after, no make-up remains..It is luxury. Pure luxury. My face feels youthfully soft and smooth before even my Night Treatment.. And at a half pump a day, it costs under fifty dollars a year.
June 9, 2011
Olay and Ole Truth (No surgery)
Amazing Wow IN CREDIBLE! After using the Olay Regenerist Night Cream, I pump a squirt of this serum by Ole into my left hand and use a finger from my right hand to spread a drop over my laugh lines and under my eyes where I have several crows feet. The other day, I wasn't sure if what I saw in the bathroom mirror was real. I had to go to a different room with different light and a different mirror. I am stunned. My face looks like it's several years younger. Incredible. It may seem expensive at first glance but a pump a day makes Ole Truth Serum totally worth the price. And that's the truth.
June 6, 2011
Wow. I was given a sample of this thick cream with my Sephora order and am amazed at the results. It is great for sensitive skin types, especially those with eczema or rosacea, and although you can smell the eucalyptus at first, the scent doesn't linger. For drier skins, it soothes any irritation and absorbs quickly and...it's reasonably priced!
June 4, 2011
Ole Night Cream
My night-time ritual includes cleansing my face and using Olay Regenerist night cream. I have added to that ritual lately becauseI got a small trio of Ole products as a reward from Sephora. It'll probably last a month though, because I use such a little amount. I remove the lid of this greenish gel (that looks like aloe vera gel) and dip the tip of my finger into it, smoothing that teeny amount over my whole face. It is light, essentially fragrance-free, and leaves my skin looking smoother and younger but I probably won't buy it because it costs a pretty penny and can't be found at the drug store. But does it work? Oh yeah.
June 2, 2011
I got a sample of this scrub by Zirh and used it before realizing it was meant for men. I thought the smell was like kitchen cleaner and although the scrub wasn't horrible, it wasn't meant for my dry, sensitive skin. It's really for oily skin and I can see why it's for men.
June 1, 2011
DDF Moisture Dew
DDF Oil-Free Moisturizing Dew is light and soaks into the skin without irritating it but it may not be moisturizing enough for those with super dry skin. It's a great light moisturizer for sensitive skin if you have the extra cash because it's pretty expensive.
May 30, 2011
Sunscreen That Doesn't burn
All moisturizers with sunscreen leave my reactive skin with a burning, stinging rash...except this one. The Feverfew (in same family as Chamomile) must have calmed my skin while leaving it soft and moisturized. I'm very impressed. And it actually turned my husband's sunburn on his bald head and my daughter's sunburn on her thighs from red to tan. After they burned! No peeling! It's a cream for the whole family!
May 22, 2011
I usually use the Big Flipper Zoya remover but I wanted a little itty bitty bottle to use conveniently in the living room. The OPI for Sephora bottle was it. It provided great removal of freshly accidental swipes but for older, dry polish, not so. With older polish i had to rub pretty hard, especially with my dark polish atop base coat.I'd get the same results from the cheap drug store remover.
April 29, 2011