Yipee! I’ve got a new pair of eyeglasses and this one comes with photochromic lenses! Okay, did that just pass over your head? (o.O) Sorry lovelies but I am kinda excited because my new glasses filters out the oppressive UV rays. I don’t always wear sunnies and this is just perfect for my needs—not only does it allow me to have clearer vision, it doubles up as an eye shade too! Woo hoo!
Baby’s skin got problem? Then it’s time to bring in Minion Dave! O-O Okay, I’m just kidding. While Dave is intelligent, kind, caring and funny, he probably can’t do much to ease baby’s discomfort. In this case, Jo Lauren, a baby skin care and bath collection made with edible ingredients good enough to put in the mouth might be a better answer to baby’s trouble and mommy’s distress. And while baby’s at it, mommy can also give the products a go. Talk about one product for the benefit of two.
Come, come, let’s gather, green beauty lovers! Today, let me introduce you to Kjaer Weis, a natural and organic cosmetic brand created by Danish-born, New York based make-up artist, Kirsten Kjaer Weis. So how exactly do we pronounce the name? It’s Kē-yar Wīs. Okay, that’s Danish and I suppose it might be verbally challenging for many of us in this part of the world but at the least, just try to remember the spelling okay?
This is a handmade crocodile-skin handbag that belonged to my mom. I remember she had this made when I was a lot younger so this bag must have been around for at least 35 years. It’s definitely a vintage now but while I love vintage inspired fashion, I’m not sure I want to carry this around. For one thing, even though croc skin is valuable, it’s not really my kind of thing. But during my mom’s day, such croc-skin handbags are very popular; they were the IT bag of her days.
My face seems to like a variety of beverages. Currently it’s Pu’er tea but for a period of time, I was using a DIY green tea rinse for my face. Just that after awhile, I couldn’t keep up with the daily usage of green tea powder and I stop drinking the tea too. But it’s a great facial rinse and is still one of my favorite today. Apparently, it’s also a favorite for Korean actress Kim Nam Joo who is fond of using green tea to wash her face and to keep her pores looking clean and clear.