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Masks -No Brand (DIY or homemade) -Activated Charcoal Mask

on 12/9/2018 9:58:00 AM

Today i am going to review wow activated charcoal face mask as, I am using this currently,Its packaging is very impressive and comes in black tub,Consistency is not much gritty but it's very smooth and spreads very easily on face, lt's fragrance is very nice,soothing and pleasing.
It's ingredients list contains charcoal,Liquorice Extract & Alteromonas Ferment Extract; has natural polysaccharides ,olive oil.
It has one of the best ingrident in it's list known as liquorice which is very benifical for skin.It contains no paraben or mineral oil
Price:699 for 200 ml
My experience with this wow activated charcoal face mask is excellent.It is great cleanser deeply unclog the pores,Exfoliation is mild.It remove dirt and pollutant effectively.It is mild so may not be much effective if you have many blackheads
This facemask do not over dry your skin and it leaves a bit glow on the skin,It has citric acid so you should not apply near you eyes.
Patch test is highly recomended before using it,Try it on your wrist first,If you dont get any irritation,Use it
Direction to use:Apply a thin layer over face and leave it for atleast 25 min,because it takes time to dry and then wash it off with luke warm water .
Ingridient list is good,It has used Liquorice Extract which is very good for skin
It packaging and fragrance is awesome
It has excellent cleansing property and mild exfoliation.
People with light pimples can use it.
It makes skin little bit bright after usage.
It is suited for all skin types specially oily skin
Little bit expensive for some people as it cost 699 rs
Availability in online stores only

Rating :4.5

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Moisturizers -No Brand (DIY or homemade) -Glycerin

on 12/8/2018 2:01:00 PM


1. It’s dirt cheap. You can get a bottle of glycerin for under $4, and it lasts forever.

2. It’s super duper moisturizing. I have never found something that moisturized my severely dry skin as effectively as glycerin mixed with water.

1. The proportions can be difficult. Glycerin must be mixed with water, and too much glycerin will result in a sticky, heavy finish. Most people I see recommend a 1/10 glycerin/water ratio. The key is to using far less glycerin than you think you need, because a little goes a long way! You can either mix it with water in your hand and pat it onto your skin, or you can mix it in a little spray bottle.

2. May cause breakouts in acne-prone skin. While I love the idea of a one-ingredient product, I unfortunately noticed an increase in pimples and closed comedones.

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Brows -No Brand (DIY or homemade) -Castor Oil


Pukka Herbs Organic Cold-Pressed Castor Oil: I have been using for 6 weeks only at night on just my eyelashes.

This is the most amazing product if you're looking to grow lashes on a budget without harming your eyes or permanently darkening the rims of your eyes (bimatoprost DOES THIS). In fact I'm sure its the SAFEST castor oil to use around your eyes because it's:

- Hexane-free
- Virgin, cold-pressed & organic
- Purified from all harmful chemicals/components

!!CAUTION!! Keep in mind that un-purified castor oil will harm/destroy the thin layer in your eye that protects your iris, etc

- I applied this along my roots with a Q-tip and the product slid down my lashes too.
- No irritation in my eye (I had lasik eye surgery too), Nada, except for mild vision blurriness that actually WENT AWAY after a few minutes. No smell.

- DID MY EYELASHES GROW? No not really. Very minimal growth but I will still persevere! There isn't enough scientific evidence that castor oil does indeed grow your eyelashes, but I am hopeful.

Overall 4/5 because this is literally the safest option for sensitive and laser treated eyes. I would not stray from this because normal CASTOR OIL IS SCIENTIFICALLY PROVEN TO HARM YOUR EYE (due to those chemicals).

Skincare - Face -No Brand (DIY or homemade) -Sea Buckthorn Oil

on 11/20/2018 10:12:00 PM

I wanted to write a quick review to warn other users that this stuff is ORANGE. I just bought a bottle of this. I got the SBT kernel oil, this is different from the pulp oil. The pulp oil is meant to be a lot darker abd nutrient packed (and more expensive).

For the record I bought organic, cold pressed Sea Buckthorn Oil from NHR organic oils. Their website is worth checking out. For each of their products there are tables showing the different percentage of chemical compounds, it's really interesting.You can compare the percentage of linoieic acid for example.

This oil is so orange, and yes, it will show on your skin, especially if you're pale. I have those pale blotchy, dead looking legs that are so common in Britain. This oil, when applied neat, really makes my legs look alive. It completely erases the blotchines, and leaves a nice natural hint of colour. HOWEVER this oil will also come off if rubbed against a material, leaving an ugly, if removable stain.

It also smells bad. It smells like how acid reflux feels, with a little chilli pepper thrown in. Not great.

It was RIDICULOUSLY expensive, almost double my beloved Rosehip oil, which is already a fairly pricey oil.

I will say this- the texture it leaves is very interesting. Immediately after application my skin feels softer, more orange yes, and tougher. Somehow firmer and less supple. It is hard to describe, and I'm not sure I like it yet, but its worth mentioning.

I tried using this for an oil cleanse and that turned out okay. When I wiped the oil off iit left satisfying orangey stains on the cloth, I liked being able to tell when I'd wiped all of it off- by marking the increasing lightness of the stains. I then tried using it on my body I mixed it with avocado oil and safflower oil and it was still disturbingly orange.Like radioactive. I think you nead to dilute it quite a bit.

I put it neat on my face and it made me look alittle sunburned. That was a few hours ago, I just checked my skin and it looks amazing. Plump, glowing, luminous (and no longer orange)

I have heard amazing things about it, so I will continue to use it and report back. But as far ad I can see it should be used diluted in another carrier oil.

I will probably mix it with my beloved rosehip oil, to make a rosehip oil on steroids. So far I am comforted by how orange it is, and how expensive it was. Although I'm not overly happy about the staining. My skin does feel incredibly soft, and it is definitely glowy now.

I wasn't sure it was worth all the effort with diluting and staining etc, but if it keeps on making my skin looks this good I will definitely keep using it.

I will continue to use it and report back.

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Hair -No Brand (DIY or homemade) -Beer Rinse for Frizz

on 11/4/2018 3:55:00 AM

One of the best things I have tried for thick, my overprocessed, weird hair (brittle when dry, gummy when wet in its worst stages). I decided to use beer once as part of my natural protein treatments and found out that it is one of the best things that gets rid of my frizz. Good shine as well. I have loved it ever since.

What beer does my hair: It improves the overall gummy feel and adds structure and even a bit of hold. And lots of volume. This is very important to me because I see gummy hair as the stage before losing my hair to a radical cut. I feel proteins here stay on the hairshaft mostly, covering it and giving a thicker feel. Beer also has lots of nutrious things that may be penetrating the hair shaft. My hair likes it. They say, the darker the beer, the richer the beneficial things. I prefer unfiltered blonde beer which is in the mid range in terms of price in my country.

How I do it: 1. Beer rinse. I pour the beer into a container and keep it at room temp until the froth dissolves. Use it as the last rinse in the shower. The smell dissipates - luckily :)))) I have used it without conditioner, my thick but dry hair was happy.

2. Beer shampoo: I heat beer to get rid of the alcohol and reduce it to half. Then I add it to 200 ml shampoo.

3. Beer mask: I add it to a lot of DIY shampoos - after the first step.

My hair loves the rinse most. I use it like twice a month, no drying etc.

The packaging is great. I will buy it again, LOL.

3 of 3 people found this helpful.

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