I know I’m late in the game of the wonderful world of skin cleansing spin brushes, but after watching many videos and advertising about how clean one’s face would feel I had to try it out.
I didn’t want to invest in a gadget that costs over $100, I figured this Danielle Ultrasonic Deep Facial Cleansing System would be close to the other big brands. I found it in Winner’s for $25 you can find it on Amazon for a little over $40, that being said I’ll get into my experience,
I started the brush up according to the instructions and it felt so weird! I was very careful in not adding too much pressure to my face with it and I prayed that it would make some kind of difference, which it did. My face felt smooth and yes, deeply cleansed. However, I found a concerning flaw though. I struggled a bit to wash it out properly to avoid any bacteria that could grow on it.
As you can see from the above picture that it’s not completely clean with my waterproof makeup. I left my face alone for a week. I did a round 2 with the brush and I doused the brush with rubbing alcohol.. this was a BIG MISTAKE! I didn’t rinse the rubbing alcohol completely and I started the brush up and my face started to burn… and you guessed it, I almost chemically burned my face! Don’t do that. Round 2 didn’t give me as much of a cleansing feeling, possibly because my face was burning.
The travel case was of great quality and it is my favourite colour lol. I tried the other attachments but there wasn’t much difference between all of them, they all scrubbed my face off. Overall, it was ok, I don’t think I’ll be reaching for it a whole lot but I’m also happy I didn’t spend over $100 on a product I just “meh” about.
If you are curious about the more expensive brands I would suggest you try out one that’s more affordable before investing a lot on a product you may not even like after awhile. Also, you have to sanitize it before and after you use it, it’s just a lot of extra work than buying a face cloth and exfoliating with it.
Let me know what you think of this skincare regiment I’m curious to know how long people stick to using this spin brush.
In the midst of our unpredictable Canadian Spring, there comes a time when we Canadian gals have to, what I call, “descale”. This means all the dry indoor air leaves my skin so dry, I literally feel like I need to shed layers of Winter skin… I know, gross right?
I guess my new “jam” has been Winner’s and I’ve been having good luck finding little steals here and there.. But this.. this right here…
This was the WORST product I’ve ever bought in my LIFE!! At first, it felt like other facial scrubs when I rinsed it out I noticed my skin was a bit shiny like I had put oil on my face. To this very day my face is a hot mess! My forehead and cheeks feel like sandpaper and I have cystic acne on my chin!! When I break out it’s usually one angry pimple, but this??!! OMG it destroyed my skin!! With this in mind, I’m going back to my favourite skincare treatment (Biotherm Plankon Essence) to fix this face somehow.
I paid $7.99CDN for this, so basically I paid $8.00 for my break out! It’ll be a while before try anything like this again! lol
Hope you guys had a great day.. I’m going back to living with a bag over my head until this angry breakout goes away. If you see this anywhere.. keep walking, it’s horrible.
The claim is that it’s smooth, creamy and lasts for up to 24 hours. After my first use, I did fall in love! The electric shaver glided through the cream and YES my skin was left moisturized. I didn’t have any skin reactions and the scent is refreshing.
I’ve been finding a lot of great products from Winners these days. I’ll be posting more great products I’ve found in this store so check them out soon.
If you’ve been following me here or on social media, you’re aware of my experiences with wax hair removal. I bought my first wax warmer about 6 years ago and at one time I even tried waxing my bikini line… I suggest that you NEVER do that, it freakin hurts.. go to a professional for that job, for real! I still wax myself, but mostly underarms and occasionally on my legs.
Spring is here and many of us Canadian gals are shedding our winter leg hairs and getting ourselves ready for the time sensitive spring and summer. Although waxing my legs is fabulous, it takes a lot longer than a quick shave in the shower. In my thinking, disposable razors are expensive and when you have a whole house full of boys, two of which already shave, it was literally making me feel like I was actually throwing out money. Off to Walmart I went…
After going through a few electric razors, Conair for her (link shows newer model) was the only one that didn’t have a warning saying “Some materials in this product are not approved in the state of California” Like, what the heck does that mean? Anyway, I purchased it to see if it could replace disposable razors in both price and ability to de-hair my legs.
It comes with a base for recharging, a blade cover and two bikini comb guides (razor guards). This shaver can be used in wet and dry conditions which is perfect for what I need. First, I tried it on my dry legs, after getting used to the whole shaving experience my legs were smooth and hair free. A week later, with hair regrowth, I decided to take my lil gal into the shower with some EOS shaving cream (review coming soon) and tried it out. I was super impressed! It glided over my legs and although I had shaving cream it didn’t skip nor shut off.
Overall, this is a great gadget to have and it’s small enough to be travel friendly. I don’t think I’ll give up on waxing, but this is great for those days where I’m NOT so timing friendly.
Although LUSH products have been around for many years, I have never ventured into the stores because when they first came out the scent from their store was very strong and literally gave me a headache. I watched an episode of Undercover Boss: LUSHand I was more intrigued about the company as a whole. My next visit to the mall, I made a point of going into the LUSH store. The store was packed with customers and I almost didn’t go in because of all the traffic, but braving my fear of someone breathing on me, I braved myself to go in. I was immediately welcomed and I stayed to watch and participate in the live demonstration of a bath bomb (I bought 3 of those).
I asked for kids products and was led to the section and the salesperson explained how to use the soap and if they were hypoallergenic, which they were. I walked away with the Aliens and Monsters soap.
Ultimately, my boys LOVE this product! They had fun making shapes and animals with the soap. When wet, the soap becomes moldable like play dough and each colour had its own scent.
The only gripe I have was with the packaging, it comes wrapped in cellophane that isn’t really easy to open and makes it difficult and messy to store. Other than that, this is the best product I’ve tried with my kids and it was a success.
I recommend anyone who shops there to not be intimidated and go in, there is something for anyone.
Overall, LUSH didn’t not disappoint me, I’m still trying some other products I purchased. I will do reviews on those as well.
I found some footage from my Canada Day (July 1, 2016) pre-show, so I wanted to share how I get ready for a live podcast and filming day.
I chose to change up my look with a custom wig from XtraWaves. It is 22 inches long and I absolutely love it. I have over processed my natural hair with bleaching and colouring so I endure a lot of frizziness and dryness, but I still want the option to change up my look without having my hair fall out lol. Wigs it is!!
I love being on podcasts and live-streaming, but a gal needs work to get camera ready. Enjoy my quick video and check in for more of my fashion fun.