About three months ago, I began indulging myself in a weekly DIY beauty treatment routine that involves the resurrection of the Muji Compressed Facial Mask Sheets. Although there are many commercially available mask sheets out in the market, I prefer to customize my own facial mask sheets to add just what my skin needs. So using a compressed facial mask sheet gives me flexibility and it also allows me to use up some products that have been lying around unloved or were fast approaching expiry date.
When I first used the Estelle a Thild Cleansing Gel for Sensitive Skin, I thought I’d bought an expired product. What’s with that RANCID smell? I was really upset because I was looking forward to using the cleanser, having heard some nice things about it. Yet when I checked, I realized the product is well within the expiry date so my next thought was, Zalora, the store I got the product from, had somehow screwed up the storage. Oh what crap–that brand new cleanser is going down the drain!
If you’re ever in need of an aid to help you fall asleep, this is it! The Kao MegRhythm Steam Eye Mask. It’s supposed to help relieve and soothe tired eyes but it certainly did more for me–it helped me relax really quickly, so much so that barely five minutes after putting the mask on, I was fast asleep! So I had no idea if my eyes were on steam (^O^) but I’m really liking this a lot, never mind it wasn’t the kind of eye mask I’d planned to get when I set out for my purchase.
If you’re in Singapore and are wondering how much you can save shopping at iHerb, this post is for you! One of the reasons I wrote this post is because some people have actually asked me that question. The other is because I get a thrill knowing how much I’ve been saving buying directly from iHerb. I don’t know about you but it brings me great satisfaction whenever I notice similar items available locally but at higher prices. And not only do I save, I get so much variety shopping at iHerb with over 35,000 items to choose from!