Tuesday, 24 May 2016

Review: Earth Kiss Skin Radiance White Clay Mask

Hi loves! Today I have you another review on Earth Kiss face mask and this time I tried their Skin Radiance White Clay Mask (17 g). The review on their other mask you can see here, which I loved by the way ;)

I got this mask in one of the beauty boxes, I think it was Blux subscription box. This mask is with white thai clay and lotus blossom. It contains 85 plant micronutrients and all their masks 100% natural.

I applied it to clean skin and used up every bit of it even though it seems bit too much (its not though). I kept it on the skin 15 minutes, but it can be on up to 20 minutes. With this mask its important to apply it everywhere evenly. It felt on skin really comfortable.

After 15 minutes I washed it off and my skin was so soft and smooth. My skin didn't feel too tight or dry. I felt like my skin was hydrated and really clean. Again I'm impressed with their product :)

Their masks are so easy to use and perfect to have it with you when traveling (like I am right now). I wanna try more :D

Have you tried Earth Kiss masks before?

Thanks for reading! xo's

Wednesday, 18 May 2016

Estonian Skincare Haul Part 2

Hi loves! The part 2 of my Estonian Skincare Haul is here! If you haven't seen the first one I'll link it here. Let's jump right into it and I picked up few Natura Siberica products. I picked up 3 items from their Love Estonia range. I got the day cream (50 ml), night cream (50 ml) and also the eye cream (30 ml). These are from their limited edition range.

I have another skincare item from them and its their Exfoliating Face Scrub (150 ml). Its for oily & combination skin, so I'll be getting along with it just fine :)

The first body care item I got from them is Marigold Firming Body Cream. I'm not sure if its correct translation, because on the package its only in Estonian. 

The final product from them, I picked up is Tsar Mulberry Reviving Body Scrub (370 ml). I wanted to try more body products from them and this sounded like a good pick. I'll keep you posted how I like it :)

The last body care item in this haul is from brand called Organic Shop and I got their Organic Coffee & Sugar Body Scrub (250 ml). I picked it up, because I have never tried coffee scrub before and also it was very affordable.

I also got an eye serum from brand called ECO Laboratorie and its their Eye Care Serum (30 ml). I have been using it over a week and so far, I can say I really like it :) There will be more on the blog soon ;)

When I was in Estonia I came a cross totally new shop for me and its called Lemongrass House and they make natural beauty products. There was lot of products with lemongrass and I ended up getting their Lemongrass Toning Face Mask (150 g, 15 EUR). I really like the scent of it and can't wait to see how well it will work for my skin.

Then I got another toner and its from brand called Dzintars and its another new brand for me. The company started in the middle of the 19th century in Riga, so its an old company. I picked up their Sea Secrets Sea Collagen Cleansing Toner (100 ml). I'm really exited to see how it works for my skin. Toners have always been a big part of my skincare routine.

The next item is from my wish list and if you haven't seen it yet, you can take a look here. I got my hands on Naobay Renewal Argan Oil (30 ml). I'm a huge fan of facial oils, so more then happy to add this one in my collection. 

This is it for my Estonian haul :) I hope you guys like beauty hauls and I'll see you in my next post!

Thanks for reading! xo's

Monday, 16 May 2016

Review: Aïcha Argan Shampoo & Conditioner

Hi loves! Today's post is bit different, as I'm sharing my mom's experience with Aïcha Argan Shampoo (330 ml, 20.95 EUR) & Conditioner (300 ml, 22.95 EUR). Both are with pro vitamin B5. I bought this set for my mom as a christmas gift and she has been so happy with the shampoo and conditioner, that I needed to share her thoughts with you guys.

Both shampoo and conditioner come in a squeeze tube packaging. I personally would like to see it with a pump, but thats just me. I do like the design of the packaging and how eye catching it is.

My mom's hair is very dry and this range is perfect for dry, dyed, damaged, dull or flat hair. These 2 gems make my mom's hair so much softer and she even told me that no other shampoo and conditioner has made her hair so soft (she is in her early sixties). She also said her hair holds better, the hair has more elasticity to it and she doesn't need to use as much hair oil. She felt her hair was overall more hydrated and its gentle for the scalp, which I 100% agree with.

I have used this shampoo and conditioner few times when I visited my mom. First I used Body Shop Banana shampoo, which my mom did like at that time (before trying Aïcha products) and it irritated my scalp so much. My scalp got so itchy and dry and then I tried the Aïcha shampoo and conditioner and it soothed my scalp right away and after first wash the itchiness and dryness left my scalp. I also noticed how deeply it cleansed my hair.

The formula is with 100% organic argan oil and is free of parabens, SLS and SLES. Its not tested on animals and is hypoallergenic.

My mom already asked me to get her new set for her and I plan to get one for myself as well :) At the moment I'm testing out their Argan Anti-Aging Cream, which is amazing and my oily skin loves it. There will be full review on it soon ;)

If you are interested in the shampoo and conditioner I link it here, so you can check it out. If you buy the shampoo and conditioner together its 39.95 EUR and they do ship world wide. The shipping in west of Europe is around 10 EUR, it depends how heavy is the package. Rest of the Europe is around 16 EUR, again it depends how heavy is the package. 

Have you tired their products before?

Thanks for reading! xo's

Sunday, 8 May 2016

Estonian Skincare Haul Part 1

Hi loves! Hope you all are doing good :) I'm happy to share with you some new natural/organic skincare items in my life. I got bit carried away when shopping in Estonia. There was so much to choose from and I wanted to try everything :D 


Lets just jump into it! One of the brands from Estonia I wanted to try was Turbliss. What makes it interesting, is the beauty products are made with Peat and they are natural. I got their Bioactive Peat Toner (100 ml) and Bioactive Peat Mask with 24K Gold (180 ml). There are other products as well in their range. There is a Magical Berry Oil I want to try next :D

Then I got more products with Peat in it and I picked up another mask and its from Sõsar. Its their Sacred Forest Peat Mask (30 ml) and I got it because I want to put it in a giveaway, which will come out soon ;) So you guys can try Estonian natural beauty too.

I have a third Peat mask and its Estonian Healthpeat Face Mask (200 ml). Its made by Aesti Skincare OU. Its a last Peat mask I promise :D I just got carried away I guess, its not everyday I can get my hands on that kind of beauty products.

The next items are 100% natural and first we have a toner from Ingli Pai and i have their Firming and Moisturizing toner (150 ml). I have never tried anything from them, so I'm eager to see how my skin likes it. Its also handmade.

I also picked up 2 Joik products. First one is their BB Cream in shade Light (50 ml). I love their lotions and bath truffles, but I have never tried their makeup. I swatched it in the store and it was a perfect match. It also blended in really nicely, so I have high hopes for it :D

The second Joik product is their Refreshing and Clarifying Green Tea & Peppermint Face Mask (50 g). It comes in a powder form, which was the reason I wanted to try it. I also like everything with peppermint ;)

The last 3 items are from brand called Vestige Verdant and I picked these up as a set from a store called ILU in Tallinn. First is their Rare Oil Blend (50 ml) and I can't wait to try it as I have been loving face oils lately so much.

Then I also got their Bioactive Organic Mask (200 ml) and Infinity Eye Serum. Its my first time with their products, so I'm excited to see how these will work. I'll be keeping you posted about this line.

This is it for part 1, I hope you enjoyed this post and if you have tried any of these products let me know how you liked these in the comments.

Thanks for reading! xo's

Tuesday, 3 May 2016

Review: Lush Sympathy For The Skin Hand- & Bodylotion

Hi loves! Sorry for being late with this weeks post. Monday just got very busy, I was traveling and I'm in Estonia now to see my mom and do bit of shopping. I'll try to get my hands on some natural Estonian goodies ;)

Today I have for you guys a wonderful body lotion from Lush and its their Sympathy For The Skin Hand- & Bodylotion (240 g, 18.95 EUR).

It comes in a black jar, which is typical packaging for Lush. This lotion is packed with organic bananas, cocoa butter and vanilla. The lotion smells so good that I would want to eat it ;)

The formula of it is not too runny, its just right and is easy to spread around the skin. It sink into the skin so fast! I don't think I own any cream, which sinks into the skin with seconds. That alone impressed me so much.

I have been mostly using it on my hands, because I don't want to use it up too fast. It leaves my skin soft and hydrated. My hands can get really dry and also my legs, and it instantly hydrates my skin and takes away that dry and itchy feeling.

Ingredients: Fresh Organic Fair Trade banana, Fair Trade Vanilla Pod Infusion, Almond Oil, Fair Trade Organic Cocoa Butter, Stearic Acid, Glycerine, Triethanolamine, Sandalwood Oil, Lemon Oil, Labdanum Resinoid, Cetearyl Alcohol, *Limonene, Perfume, Methylparaben, Propylparaben

It is up with the price, but it is worth it. It really hydrates the skin and I feel like I don't have to use as much product when I use this one. This is my first lotion from them and I'm very impressed. Can't wait to try more from them.

If you are interested in this and you are in Netherlands, you can find it here.

Which is your favorite Lush product?

Thanks for reading! xo's