Friday, May 1, 2009

Cetaphil Gentle Skin Cleanser

Another thing I cannot live without, my cetaphil cleanser. I have dry sensitive facial skin and finding a non-soap cleanser that cleans without drying the skin is difficult. I discovered Cetaphil just a few years ago and its been a staple of my skin regimen. I usually wet my face, slather it on and rinse off.

I only recommend this product for my dry skin friends out there that don't need the feeling of lather to be clean.

Oily skin friends, please stay away~

Garnier Fructis Leave-in Conditioning Cream Sleek & Shine

I bought this Fructis Leave-in conditioner at Shoppers Drug Mart when it was sale for $2.99. (I think its usually $4.99??). I cannot live without this hair product. It makes my dry and over-colored hair nice and soft afterwards. As soon I get out of the shower I take a quarter sized amount and put it in my hair. I think it smells like papaya and I love it, it always detangles my hair and never leaves a greasy feeling.

Recommended !!!

Garnier Nutritionist Regenerating Microbead Cream Scrub

The more I blog about my products, the more I notice wow.. I love Garnier~

This time is the Garnier Nutritionist Regenerating Microbead Cream. I bought this because I loved the Garnier green cleansing wipes. Somedays you feel like your cleanser isn't doing much(its more like you need to exfoliate your face) and thats when I pull out this scrub. Its a white pasty thick cream with tiny green and white bubbles to scrub your face. This scrub is never drying to my face and never irritating. I usually use it once a week or whenever I feel like my usually cleanser needs a kick. I usually use it in the shower while the conditioner is on.

Totally recommend it !

The Body Shop's Peppermint Cooling Foot Spray

Peppermint Foot Spray

I believe I have Grierson-Gopalan syndrome aka Burning Feet. It got so bad last summer I went to go see my family doctor and there is no cure for it. Every night I would go to bed and try to sleep with my burning feet. It just feels like the bottom of your foot is just so hot and it feels like its on fire but if you actually touch your feet its not hot at all. I heard its something that affects your nerves and not the actual temperature of your feet.

Its more a nuisance than anything else because you can't fall asleep easily because your feet just feel like they are on fire.

I checked out the peppermint foot spray and people, it does not work. Sure it keeps your feel smelling fresh but it doesn't cool. It smells like peppermint but doesn't have any menthol cooling action. Its mostly made out of alcohol which is fine because alcohol somewhat helps with cooling down your feet but days later you're stuck with dry peeling skin on your feet because of the alcohol.

I don't recommend this product but hey it takes away the stink from your feet.

Go Canucks Go !!

Ok, I'll be honest with you. I don't watch hockey, sure its tolerable to watch it but I don't follow it. Going to the home games is exciting but I really do need John Shorthouse talkin in my ear or its just pucks and sticks slapping for 2 hrs.

If the game is playing on TV, as soon as hubby goes to the washroom or isn't in the room I immediately turn the channel to MTV or the E! channel. I rather watch THS: The David Hasselhoff Story than watch 2 hours of hockey. Because I live in Vancouver I'm still about supporting the canucks but I ain't going to watch a full game unless there's alcohol and food flowing~