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Top 10 Medicines to Treat Pimples

by Nidhi @ Vanitynoapologies|Indian Makeup and Beauty Blog

10 Best Acne Medications for Men and Women Isn’t it ironical that the worst battles of beauty are fought when we are supposed to be glowing and beaming with the onset of adulthood? Or that our memories of youth or teenage are etched on the face instead of the mind? Yes, acne attack has done […]

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Somnis Sleep Aid Review: Don’t Buy Before You Read This!

by Natalie K @ Diets in Review Blog

Somnis Sleep Aid natural sleep aid that is designed to relax the user’s mind and body, allowing them to drift to sleep faster and stay asleep longer. The product states it has a unique premium blend that allows the user … Continue reading

IndianBeautyHub Giveaway 2

by ibh @ Indian Beauty Hub

Hey everyone, today I’m very happy to announce a giveaway for all lovely ladies out there. Do participate in IndianBeautyHub Giveaway and get a chance to win the goodies shown below. How to Participate: Rule 1: Follow Indianbeautyhub on Facebook – Here Instagram – Here Twitter – Here Rule 2: Share this giveaway on your timeline and use […]

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Nivea Soft Light Moisturizer Review

Nivea Soft Light Moisturizer Review


BeautyGlimpse

This is the review of Nivea Soft Light Moisturizer. Know the product, its ingredients, its shelf life, price, availability, pros, cons and final verdict.

Blue CBD Crystals Isolate 1500 MG Review: Is It Safe And Effective?

by Tyler Madison @

Blue CBD Crystals Isolate 1500 MG Overview Blue CBD Crystals Isolate 1500 MG is a cannabidiol (CBD) in the cleanest formula imaginable. It’s available in the crystal-like form; untainted CBD crystals isolate are a white powder that is smooth and contains only the chemical compound of CBD. The CBD powder isolate and the CBD crystals …

4 New Faces Ultime Pro Matte Lip Crayons: Review, Swatches

by Mily Jain @ Vanitynoapologies|Indian Makeup and Beauty Blog

Reviews, Price, Shades, Price, Buy Online New Faces Ultime Pro Matte Lip Crayons If you want soft, creamy, long -lasting lipsticks in vibrant shades, look no further than these luscious ultime matte pro lip crayons from Faces Canada. I usually don’t like sharpenable lipsticks and lip crayons because of the sheer amount of product wastage but […]

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Nivea Extra White Day Cream SPF30 50ml

Nivea Extra White Day Cream SPF30 50ml


Venus Beauty E-Shop

Fades away dark sports and refines pores without thinning the skin in 7 days.

Kiko Eyes 204 Precision Eye Brush Review

by Deepika SV @ Makeupandbeauty.com

Hello IMBBians, I have recently been trying to master the winged eyeliner. I wanted a brush that is easy to use with my Catrice Cushion Gel Liner. I picked up this brush from Kiko and today’s review is all about Kiko Eyes 204 Precision Eye Brush. Price: $10 Product Description: Precision brush specifically for outlining […]

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Beurer FC100 Microdermabrasion Device

by wpadmin @ Skin effects

Beurer FC100 Review #1 by Zoe on 06.20.2017 “Small multifunctional device for fresher and tighter skin” Slowly, but surely, I am getting to the age where I need to think about the different possibilities on how to rejuvenate my facial skin. On the one hand I wanted to treat my skin to something good, but […] Read more...

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Integral (Visceral Book 1) : Book Review

by AilynK @ Read Try Write

Integral : An Interesting Story Integral Author: Adam Thielen Genre: paranormal, futuristic, cyberpunk, magical realism Series: Viseral #1 Buy from : Amazon I actually read Visceral first, which was before I started this blog, so here’s the link for the Amazon review. First of all I would like to apologize for putting this review up […]

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Neostrata Eye Cream Review (UPDATED 2017): Don’t Buy Before You Read This!

by Natalie K @ Diets in Review Blog

Neostrata Eye Cream is an eye therapy that works to improve the tone, texture and appearance of the skin surrounding the eye. This product works to help the skin moisturize and hydrate, minimizing wrinkles and providing a barrier against irritants … Continue reading

Somulin Review: Don’t Buy Before You Read This!

by Natalie K @ Diets in Review Blog

Somulin is a fast-acting sleep aid that states that it is all-natural, can promote restful sleep, and increase feelings of relaxation that are felt by the user. The product website states that it uses 100% patented ingredients and will help … Continue reading

8 Home Remedies for Vaginal Itching and Burning

by Rima @ Makeupandbeauty.com

Hello friends, Good evening to you all! Today, I’m back with another post and we would be talking about home remedies for vaginal itching and burning. Vaginal itching is one among the common problems every woman suffers from. Vaginal itching is a very embarrassing and uncomfortable situation where a woman keeps on scratching her intimate […]

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Product Review: Nivea Creme

Product Review: Nivea Creme


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Nivea Creme has a rich and moisturizing formula that leaves dry skin soft and smooth for hours.

The Face Shop Solution Sheet Mask Review

by Swati @ Indian Makeup blog, Indian Beauty Blog, Beauty Product Reviews Blog

Hi People, I have always been obsessed with Korean skin. I just love how flawless their skin texture is, with no pores & no pigmentation. They are the epitome of beauty, for me. And I am always intrigued with Korean beauty. Have you ever heard of their 10- 13 Step of Korean Skin care? After […]

Tylenol PM Review: Don’t Buy Before You Read This!

by Natalie K @ Diets in Review Blog

Tylenol PM is a pain reliever and fever reducer, that is also designed to help users to fall asleep when they’re feeling sick or their pains are keeping them up at night. The product states that it is not habit … Continue reading

7 L’Oreal Paris Color Riche Gold Obsession Lipsticks: Review, Swatches, Shades

by Sanchita @ Vanitynoapologies|Indian Makeup and Beauty Blog

Review, Swatches, Shades, Price, Buy Online L’Oreal Paris Color Riche Gold Obsession Lipsticks All that glitters is not gold! This surely doesn’t stand true for the Gold Obsession Lipsticks. L’Oreal Paris recently launched the #BoldInGold Collection. It has 7 lipsticks from the Star Collection Color Riche range, one eyeshadow palette and two vibrant nail paint colors. […]

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Nivea Daily Essentials Moisture Day Cream SPF 15 Review

Nivea Daily Essentials Moisture Day Cream SPF 15 Review


Makeupandbeauty.com

Nivea Daily Essentials Moisture Day Cream SPF 15 Review The cream is light and doesn’t feel heavy on the skin. With the matte look, the oily shine on

Vichy Idealia Eye Cream Review (UPDATED 2017): Don’t Buy Before You Read This!

by Natalie K @ Diets in Review Blog

Vichy Idealia Eye Cream is an eye cream that works to smooth away fine lines and dark circles. The formula features pearlescent pigments that work to provide users with added radiance. Vichy Idealia Eye Cream is made from a range … Continue reading

Lakme Blush & Glow Creme Face Washes Review: Peach, Strawberry

by Sanchita @ Vanitynoapologies|Indian Makeup and Beauty Blog

Reviews, Price, Buy Online Lakme Blush & Glow Crème Face Wash Peach and Strawberry A Face wash is an indispensable item in your skin care routine and it helps to keep the oil and impurities away. There was a time I was facing severe acne situation and I simply stuck to AHA face washes and […]

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Review: Nivea Perfect & Radiant | Home Tester Club

Review: Nivea Perfect & Radiant | Home Tester Club


Home Tester Club

Nivea Perfect & Radiant: 588 Home Testers shared their reviews on Home Tester Club and rated it 4,3 out of 5. Add your opinion to the 3 263 reviews and comments from Home Tester Club members.

Radix Eye Cream Review (UPDATED 2017): Don’t Buy Before You Read This!

by Natalie K @ Diets in Review Blog

Radix Eye Cream is an eye cream created to treat fine lines and wrinkles around the eyes. Additionally, this product may be used to treat other signs of aging, such as bags and dark circles. Radix Eye Cream claims to … Continue reading

REMfresh Review: Don’t Buy Before You Read This!

by Natalie K @ Diets in Review Blog

REMfresh is an advanced sleep formulation that is designed to continuously release melatonin within the body throughout the night. The product claims that by allowing the body to absorb melatonin gradually while they sleep, the sleep will become for restful … Continue reading

Makeup Revolution Vivid Baked Bronzer Rock On World Review

by Abbyramy @ Makeupandbeauty.com

Hi everyone, I have always found using highlighters quite a daunting task. Although I have often admired how amazing and glowing a great highlighter can make the skin look, I have never myself ever used a highlighter. I decided things had to change and picked up an affordable option to ease my way into the […]

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Nivea Soft Light Moisturiser Review - Indian Beauty Hub

Nivea Soft Light Moisturiser Review - Indian Beauty Hub


Indian Beauty Hub

Hey everyone, today I’m reviewing one of my all time favorite moisturizer for the winters – Nivea Soft Light Moisturiser. I have been using this Nivea cream since my college days and really loved it. Packaging: Nivea Soft Light Moisturiser comes in a white plastic jar with a screw cap. Its compact size and tightly …

Lakme Absolute Argan Oil Radiance Oil-in-Creme SPF 30 PA++ Review

by ibh @ Indian Beauty Hub

Hello everyone, today I’m sharing the review of the new Lakme Absolute Argan Oil Radiance Oil-in-Creme. Lakme beauty brand has recently launched their Absolute Argan Oil collection that includes a day cream, a night face serum, a foundation, lipsticks, and a nail paint remover. I am a big fan of Lakme makeup products and I […]

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Blossom Kochhar Aroma Magic Foot Cream Review

by ibh @ Indian Beauty Hub

Hello everyone, today I am reviewing the Blossom Kochhar Aroma Magic foot cream that I have been using for the past few months. The price of the Aroma Magic Foot Cream is Rs.175 for 50g and it is easily available at local beauty stores and online shopping sites. Packed with the goodness of Organic Shea […]

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Dr. Jart Ceramidin Gel Cream Review

by wpadmin @ Skin effects

Dr. Jart Ceramidin Review #1 by Marina on 06.10.2017 “A good moisturizer for summer, but with small shortcomings” A strong moisturizing facial cream which isn’t too rich is something you are always searching for. This time I found the Korean brand Dr. Jart and was amazed how wet a cream gel can feel. 🙂 What […] Read more...

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Daily Essentials Sensitive Day Cream

Daily Essentials Sensitive Day Cream


NIVEA UK

Infused with Ocean Algae and Hydra IQ, this NIVEA Daily Essentials Sensitive Day Cream provides combination skin with deep moisture for pure and shine-reduced skin.

Nivea Cellular Day Cream Review - Skin effects

Nivea Cellular Day Cream Review - Skin effects


Skin effects

The Nivea Cellular Day Cream moisturises perfectly, doesn't stay on the skin too long, doesn't feel greasy and is absorbed by my skin in seconds.

gear to go: TRAVEL YOGA

by Nikki Yazxhi @ bellaMUMMA

TRAVEL CAN TAKE A TOLL ON THE BODY’S ABILITY TO FUNCTION AT OPTIMAL HEALTH LEVELS yoga contributor, Charlotte Dodson shares her poses and ‘FLYWELL’ expertise to help get your body back on track International flights, road trips, or day-long train rides force us to cramp our bodies into a small seat for numerous hours at […]

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reader-review: NIVEA'S NEW ENERGISING DAY CREAM - bellaMUMMA

reader-review: NIVEA'S NEW ENERGISING DAY CREAM - bellaMUMMA


bellaMUMMA

WE ASKED OUR TIME-CHALLENGED READER-REVIEWERS TO TRY-OUT THE VERY LATEST IN ENERGISING SKINCARE! Here's what they thought after putting it to the test...

Flora Mare Day and Night Cream Review

by wpadmin @ Skin effects

Flora Mare Cream Review #1 by Marina on 05.30.2017 “An ‘allrounder’ in its field? Sadly, not really for me.” I’ve been looking for a good complete skin care cream and that’s how I came upon the Flora Mare Day and Night Cream. This cream has even been advertised on TV, so I thought to myself […] Read more...

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Review: Nivea Shine Control Moisturising Day Cream with SPF 15 - Look! It's Carina

Review: Nivea Shine Control Moisturising Day Cream with SPF 15 - Look! It's Carina


Look! It's Carina

Usually during the winter months, my skin is incredibly dry, but this year my skin has been acting quite differently. This winter, it decided to be slightly oily, which is the first time that’s ever happened to me. I do think the new oiliness is due to my BB cream, the fact that I travelled

Sephora in Australia (rant I meant to post like 5 months ago)

by noreply@blogger.com (Karano月) @ Part-time makeup hoarder

    So this was meant to be a bit more of an analysis which is why I held back on this mostly finished post, but it's been a while, I kind of can't be arsed to care about Sephora anymore and if I'm going to write anything more, it would make more sense to me to just write a new post so here is a slightly outdated Sephora in Australia post. (It's also good for breaking up the litany of empties *sigh*)

[A few things that have changed:
- the Australian dollar dropped dropped to below $US0.70 today, a 6 year low, which again makes prices in Australia seem better
- Sephora will be opening a second store in Maquarie shopping centre this month, so if you live on the north shore but didn't already hear about this, now you know (I hear they're planning on opening Melbourne ones soon but I don't know when)
- I checked on the Bite Beauty pencil again 3 months after my first visit and it was ~$30 so I may have actually remembered that incorrectly but that's still a high price (but bite beauty was never cheap so)
- it's now been almost a year and the other prices haven't changed
- although they now have a website, it's not an online store, the Australian website doesn't even have a catalogue, just the brand names available (wait quick check shows they now have some products listed)
- they do now have the ABH contour palettes and they have brought the Kat Von d shadelight eye palette in (slightly faster than the above) ]

Oh and as an aside to Sydney-siders who want Obsessive Compulsive Cosmetics lip tars and pencils, they're available at Scotty's makeup and beauty store next to Broadway shopping centre for $2 cheaper.



Oh look a post that’s not a review/empties, how strange!

    So the Sydney Sephora store opened on the 5th of December 2014 and it was causing a buzz before and after that. And I figured I’d put my thoughts on that on my blog, because what else are blogs for?

    To start off with when people caught wind of the news that Sephora was planning on opening a store Down Under (and another couple more after that) consumers were excited and it only got bigger when Sephora claimed to be bringing US pricing to Australia.

(and of course Sydney-siders let out a cheer when it turned out that the new Sephora store would be in Sydney not Melbourne but anyway)


    David Jones and Myer are pretty much the only stores that people got to for non-priceline skincare and makeup; Mecca Cosmetica/Maxima does a good job but it’s nowhere near the scale of the aforementioned 2. (To non-Aussies: Priceline is a big chain pharmacy that has a large focus on makeup and skincare, kinda like Ulta) We can argue whether ‘drugstore’ skincare and makeup are necessarily inferior to the more expensive brands, but either way David Jones and Myer were in control of the distribution of these products and savvy consumers were fully aware of the noticeable mark-up in price between the US and European pricing compared to Australian prices, not just in brands like Chanel and Giorgio Armani, but in Revlon, Maybelline etc.

    Now I’m no finance student but I’m given to understand at least part of the reason why is because Australia economy is nowhere near as big as the US’ economy. The US has a much larger population and can therefore afford to price things cheaper because there will still be enough people buying them to cover the costs (I think the prices in the EU are in between US and Aus for the same reason, the EU has more people than Aus but not as much as the US). It’s the bane of living on a massive ancient landmass that’s largely inhospitable and far away from everything; not only does it cost a lot to ship something here (and then truck it around the big ass country), but when you get it here, not a lot of people will pay you for it because there aren’t a lot of people here in the first place. In addition while the Australian dollar is generally relatively close to the US dollar, it was particularly close in the last couple of years (and was above parity for most of last year) because the US was struggling to recover from the global financial crisis. Nowadays it’s back to around pre-2008 levels and when u do the conversion prices seem more reasonable now (+they all lowered their prices but more on that later), and this is what the businesses were expecting/hoping for; they wouldn’t have passed on the cuts however temporarily, because they would be losing money too. (not to mention Australian consumer confidence wasn’t very high considering how well we survived the global financial crisis – in the beginning it sounded like we were one of the few first world countries left standing after 2008).

    I’m oversimplifying here (possibly a lot, I’m not familiar with this stuff), please feel free to further explain if you have the know-how in the comments below. The point is, trying to pass on US pricing in that retail climate wouldn’t have been easy, and really why would the retailers do that anyway? So when Sephora said they’d match to US pricing exactly, everyone in the business seemed to get a bit jittery because of all the companies that could pull it off, Sephora probably could, what with it’s mother company being a supergroup (LVMH) that owns half the western luxury brands in the world and Sephora’s legions of online fans. Despite low retail outlooks around the world Sephora didn’t stop growing throughout the financial crisis so they were looking pretty capable.

    According to news articles (links below) David Jones and Myers get a large portion of their profits from the luxury departments and this could have hit them badly, and Mecca Cosmetica was in even more danger because it was a direct competitor and a small scale one at that. Sephora did say that they wouldn’t bring US pricing on brands already available here, but that wasn’t in their control to begin with, those brands all have exclusive contracts with David Jones and Myers (usually to say that they are the exclusive provider of X brand goods etc.), and what price consumers pay for their products is obviously managed by them. Unsurprisingly all 3 started dropping their prices, Mecca Cosmetica first, with a Maquarie Centre magazine interview with the founder noting that she wanted to match US prices for the betterment of her consumers and her company and if you check out their prices (not that they were that much higher mind you), they are now almost on par, the extra couple of dollars is probably tax. Priceline also joined in, bringing a lot of brands over including the incredibly popular Bioderma and Nuxe (though these brands came before Sephora’s announcement so Priceline may have been trying to up their game for a while now), and opening another store in the CBD.

Then Sephora actually arrived. (on Pitt street Mall if you’ve been living under a rock for a year and didn’t actually know where the Sydney Sephora was.)

    I’m not crazy, I didn’t go to the opening day it would’ve been so crowded (pictures on Sephora australia’s facebook if you’re interested). But even though I went the week after, u still had to queue up, partially because there was still hype and partially because the shop really isn’t very big (it’s the CBD just a shop that big would cost a fortune in rent). And when I went inside to check out the brands I was interested in (um hello MAKE UP FOR EVER ANYONE!?!?) it was . . . disappointing.

    For starters they had a couple of counters (and by a couple I mean almost half the first floor) devoted to brands already available here e.g. Benefit, which considering their limited space, I didn’t see the point. You’re already selling yourself half on the new brands you’re bringing over, why on earth would you waste space on Clinique and Dior?? The skincare section was marginally more interesting because it mainly consisted of brands unheard of in Australia e.g. fresh, skin inc., and ranges from companies that were already here but in a limited capacity, e.g. Shiseido.

    Secondly, everything was hella expensive and even though I knew some of those brands were expensive in the US I still baulked at the prices in Sephora (really bite beauty $50+ for a retractable lip pencil are you out of your mind?!). The only reasonably priced brand was Red Earth, which was originally an Australian brand anyway and had it’s own online shop. That and Sephora’s own brand of makeup could be deemed affordable while their nailpolish range Formula X was at the same price as OPI.

    I hadn’t bothered to compare US prices on most of the products, but the price disappointment soon hit the newspaper companies and they showed that Sephora’s markups were about as high as David Jones and Myers ones used to be (the highest mark ups being on their own brand products, Formula X and the Sephora brand makeup). Sephora Australia said they would be working on this but the fact that they essentially sidestepped admitting they lied rather annoys me, they could have at least tried for a ‘oh initial pricing will be adjusted’ or a something, but to act as if this was a new problem that hadn’t occurred to them, with a ‘we pay attention to our customers and will do our utmost to tackle this problem’ kind of attitude, when they specifically SAID that they would bring US pricing over was just kind of insulting.
It’s been 4 months and I went in recently, the prices haven’t budged a cent.

    Another problem I had with Sephora’s launch is that I can’t believe they still haven’t set up an Australian website. (hello not everyone in Australia lives in Sydney? Granted a lot do but anyway . . . .) Nevermind becoming a member and gaining points, there is no Australian website despite the fact that you have a brick and mortar store on the friking ground?? Sigma Beauty has at least one licenced Australian online distributor and they don’t even have a store here, and the majority of consumers haven’t heard about them unless they are proper makeup (youtuber) junkies! The whole reason Sephora could come to Australia with so little real world marketing fanfare is because it already had Australian fans who bought from their US website, it stands to reason that an Australian website or at least cheaper shipping to Australia, or a pick up option NOW THAT YOU HAVE A BLOODY STORE, would have been a good idea. Especially for Australians who can’t just fly to NSW on a friking whim, so why on earth has there been not so much as a peep about a website? There was also some controversy where apparently after the Sydney Sephora store opened, Australian users got banned from the US site, but I’m not too clear on that and it seems to have been a glitch? But still HORRIBLY bad timing for a glitch.

    As a small extra aside, I’d been hoping for some more niche fragrances (oh Mecca Cosmetica with your Diptyque and your Byredo), but they only had brand name eau de toilettes shoved up against one side.

    Another rather obvious (to me at least) thing they failed to do was bring in new and hot products. When I went in I expected to see MUFE’s artist eyeshadows and I was rewarded, but the Anastacia Beverly Hills contour kit that everyone online has been raving about like mad, and (if I remember correctly) launched months before the artist eyeshadows wasn’t there. Last time I checked it still wasn’t there though there was a coming soon sign I think. They also didn’t have their liquid lipsticks when I last went in even though by that time they had been launched in US stores. They didn’t have the new Kat von D shadelight palette nor Interstellar palette, though again, may have seen a tester for the interstellar?

    ANOTHER thing I noted over the last couple of months is that there hasn’t been a single sale, or at least I’ve missed hearing about a sale if there was one, it’s certainly not on their facebook page. So not only are the products expensive, you’ll probably have to wait till the end of financial year to see if you’ll get a sale. Now I don’t know whether Sephora has frequent sales in the US, but with the prices they’ve got, sales are kind of necessary.

    If you’re not going to provide a better price or a wider range (achieveable online or at least a wider range of skin tones for foundations), and you’re not even going to be up to date, what the hell is the point of going to Sephora?

    The thing is the name Sephora brought certain expectations, and then they hyped it up quite a bit more, but then they let their consumers down in so many ways it’s either pathetic or sneaky. And sure some people are willing to pay the higher prices and more will now that the Australian dollars gone down but Sephora did a crap job and thus lost a lot of trust and gave the other companies time to keep their ground. Mecca’s just launched Urban Decay (which apparently they’ve had the contract for for a while now), and everyone’s lowered their prices (except Priceline since the sales are so frequent there’s no need).


Reference news articles (and beautyheaven articles)

9/4/14

16/6/14

20/8/14

20/11/14

4/12/14 (I’m not sure this is the exact article, but meh)

18/12/14

19/12/14

Estée Lalonde – The Podcast + review

by Cafebiblioart @ Cafebiblioart

I planned to post something else, but the moment I saw that Estée Lalonde – one of my favourite v/bloggers – had released the first episode of her very own podcast I knew I had to listen to it and tell...

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SnoreMeds Review: Don’t Buy Before You Read This!

by Natalie K @ Diets in Review Blog

SnoreMeds is a mouthpiece that is designed to open the airways through the nose and mouth during sleep that can sometimes be partially blocked by the tongue. Snoring is generally a sign that the user is not getting as much … Continue reading

Olly Restful Sleep Review: Don’t Buy Before You Read This!

by Natalie K @ Diets in Review Blog

Olly Restful Sleep are a brand of gummy sleep aids that are designed to lull your body to sleep using it’s unique, and flavorful blend of ingredients. The product claims that it can boost the natural sleep hormone within your … Continue reading

Retro Kicks

by admin @ Canadian Fashionista

The post Retro Kicks appeared first on Canadian Fashionista.

Classic Reebok Sneakers Everyone has their go- to jeans in their closet. For me it’s a super distressed pair, with a comfy tee and my favorite sneakers. There’s day when I love keeping my outfits simple, and then there’s day when I want to also dress up a little. Just because I want to wear

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Nivea Whitening Fruity Touch Deodorant Review

by VSS @ The Mirror On My Wall

The Mirror On My Wall

Nivea Whitening Fruity Touch Deodorant Hi Everyone, Bangalore mercury level rises till 40 degrees in between mid February to mid May and becomes unbearable. And in this kind of weather I need something extra than a nice smelling deodorant. But mostly deodorants have alcohol which stings or makes underarms dark so I don’t directly put on […]

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Mystere Eye Cream Review (UPDATED 2017): Don’t Buy Before You Read This!

by Natalie K @ Diets in Review Blog

Mystere Eye Cream is an eye cream marketed as a “mini eye lift” in a jar. The product claims that it works to improve skin elasticity with use, making the skin around the eyes look younger and tighter. Mystere Eye … Continue reading

october empties video

by noreply@blogger.com (Buttons Apart) @ Buttons Apart