Clearobo 3 by Opove

Hello Everyone, If you follow me on instagram, you know that this year I decided to test out the Clearobo 3 from Opove (this was gifted to me for review purposes) because Leo was diagnosed with indoor allergies which means we need to try our best to keep our home as clean as possible. Kids love to play on the floor, it doesn’t matter which room he’s in, or what he’s doing, you turn your back and this kid is lying on the floor with his face no more that 10 inches off the floor. It’s not possible for me … Continue reading Clearobo 3 by Opove

K-Beauty DEARBOO!

Happy Skincare Sunday luvs, Everyone knows I love K beauty, but recently I stumbled upon a new Korean Skincare brand called DEARBOO. I reached out to them and they sent me some of their amazing products to try! Here’s my thoughts on the DEARBOO face masks I posted about last week. Lavender & Cactus: This mask is really good to hydrate your skin. If you have dehydrated but oily skin, this is the mask for you. They use, extract from the Opuntia Ficus-Indica Stem which has high water levels. The lavender soothes your skin. I personally have dehydrated and oily … Continue reading K-Beauty DEARBOO!

My Skincare Routine- Moisturizers

Hi Everyone! This is part two of my skincare routine. In this post, I will discuss all my favourite moisturizers and let you know why I love each one! I have dry skin all winter long and if it’s not properly cared for, my skin begins to flake, I also have very sensitive skin and I have acne prone skin. So it’s important to me for a moisturizer to be hydrating yet gentle on my skin. Here are a few of my favourite moisturizers: Innisfree Intensive Hydrating Serum with Green Tea Seed: This moisturizer is light weight, it has a … Continue reading My Skincare Routine- Moisturizers

Yes Wet N Wild is Cruelty Free

Hi Beauties! I have been seeing a lot of stories on instagram about Wet N Wild beauty. Apparently some are shocked to find that Wet N Wild products are sold in department stores in China where animal testing is required while claiming to be cruelty-free. Brands can sell products in China and remain cruelty free! There seems to be a huge lack of knowledge about China’s animal testing requirement. Here’s a simple breakdown on China’s animal testing requirement: -All special use cosmetics (ex SPF, anti aging, hair dyes, etc ) must be tested on animals regardless of their country of … Continue reading Yes Wet N Wild is Cruelty Free