Hair Styling Tools -Unlisted Brand - Elchim 2001 Professional Blow Dryer
est3 11/21/2010 9:01:00 AM
LOVE this hair dryer. LOVE. IT. I always used a drug store Revlon dryer and kept asking my hair stylist how to get my hair to look more like it does when she does it. She kept telling me to get an Elchim dryer, but I just didn't want to spend the money (about $90). Finally I decided I was spending enough money to get my hair cut and colored every 2 months that I might as well spend a little extra to make it look better every day. SO glad I did. The dryer dries my hair faster, which is nice, and the hair is super-straight and shiny. It really separates the hairs so it moves and swings beautifully, not like one big mass of hair. Only negative is that it's pretty heavy. It also gets REALLY HOT so I am conscious about drying my hair evenly so one part doesn't dry first and get fried while I'm drying the rest of it. I've had the dryer for 3 years or so, and when it eventually breaks I will buy it again!
I love this peel! I started with the sensitive skin one, but felt that I wasn't getting as much effect as I wanted so I went for the full-strength. I really like it. It occasionally makes my skin red for a while so I use it at night. The next day, My skin is much smoother, softer, and more radiant. I mean, at its essence this product is an exfoliant, like other peels and scrubs. I think it really does get dead skin off much more than a scrub that I have, and leaves my skin looking better. And at $50 or so, I think it's a pretty good deal for a high-end treatment product - the one jar lasts a while. Also, if you're concerned and want to try it, ask for a sample at Sephora - they'll give you a little sample of anything in the store! That's how I found the product didn't irritate my skin and actually worked!
Nailtiques is the best thing out there for peeling, weak nails. It is the ONLY stuff that will stop my nails from peeling. My mom's nails peel a lot and she agrees - a couple of weeks with Nailtiques Formula 2 and the problem is fixed. I know some people use it with nail polish, but I use it as a break between polishes. I find my nails feel a little weak and bendy when I've used nail polish for a couple of weeks in a row, so I do a week or two with this stuff and I really notice a big difference. It's expensive, but if you have problematic nails, it's so worth it!