Lubex anti – age hydration oil – developed by leading swiss dermatologists and tested and produced in therwil, switzerland in fact just a couple of kilometers away from my home. so why am I showing you this? first of all because it is something for sensitive skin – something I am dealing with and secondly because I wanted to test this product.
the anti-age hydration oil consists mainly of three oils: KAHAI oil (tightens the skin and reduces wrinkles) – BRAZIL NUT oil (nourishes, hydrates, and smoothes the skin) and BLACK ORCHID extract (contains flavonoids, antioxidant protection against free radicals, soothes and regenerates the skin effectively).
I started to use this product eleven days ago. how to apply you ask? well, its super easy, the product has a lovely dropping glass and I use about 3 drops for my face, neck and décolleté. so lets get started, I wash my face and keep my skin damp then I warm the drops in my palms and apply the warm oil with very light pressure. it depends on how dry your skin is as this product can be worn alone or under your daily/nightly skin care. I used the oil only at night and for me the oil was enough and I didnt had the urge to apply any other cream. I can directly compare the oil with my beloved Kiehl’s midnight recovery concentrate that I love so so much and I gotta tell you that I am also very very happy with the Lubex anti-age hydration oil. they both smell very nice and bring me into a SPA mood, seriously, I can really relax by smelling certain things. anyway, the Lubex anti-age hydration oil has a very subtle floral scent and the oil is being absorbed very fast by the skin. thats why it can also be used for day and night, as it wont leave a greasy mess on our faces – yay! my skin loves oils as not only my face but my whole body deals with sensitive dry skin. I will continue to use it all up and will tell you more in my future empties but be prepared that this might take a while as I expect this product to last – three drops for the face, neck and décolleté! you can find more information here »
limited edition almond WINTER BODY CREME by Annemarie Börlind. mmmhhhmm something nice for ones dry skin. I can totally see myself using this for my dry skin! it is a rather heavy cream but easily being absorbed by the skin so nothing to greasy 🙂 it contains lots of shea butter from Mali and for every 10th product sold they will plant a karité tree in order to sustain the production of shea butter in Mali. thats a nice way to start a new year – its very easily done – buy a product and use the code on the package enter it >> here and more info about the product >> here
have a wonderful day. x
I am really looking forward to January 2015 as there will be new products by L’OCCITANE. I am super happy to be able to try these buggers now and I will let you know what I think about them as soon as I have used them. As I love cleansing oils I am looking very much forward to cleansing my face with the new Huile Demaquilante and pamper it afterwards with the lovely Crème Confort Légère.
“when Olivier Baussan first learned of the unique properties of shea butter he found himself at an airport in Africa. very impressed by the history of this sacred tree whose nuts are harvested mostly by women, he gave up his first order for shea butter a few weeks later.
at that time – about thirty years ago -the shea butter was sold only in local markets . since then, it has changed the lives of women in Burkina Faso. the solidarity partnership began with ten to twenty women- today over 15,000 women work in that sector.
for L’Occitane Shea Butter has become a care component with cult status. it has paved the way to economic independence for the women of Burkina Faso. the international success is shared with the co-operatives in a sustainable and equitable partnership that makes the regional production of shea butter with the highest biological quality possible.
in 2013 L’ Occitane was the key player in the development of the market for fair trade shea butter with his record order of 660 tons of shea butter. the United Nations Development Programme (programme des nations unies pour le développement / UNDP ) awarded L’Occitane due to his involvement in Burkina Faso as an exemplary company.”
the monocle guide to good business by gestalten. I m looking forward to reading this new book and hopefully I will learn a lot new nice things. as soon as I m done I will for sure tell you more. I found it a domus book store in basel but its also available online. more info here book.monocle.com or shop.gestalten.com
Today I show you the second page of my FALL WINTER 2012/2013 COLLAGE
about the different looks and trends. I always show you how I would style the
COLLEGE STYLE AND BLOUSON WILL BE THE THING this SEASON.
Dont be afraid to mix what you like. It will then look awesome on you when you can wear it with confidence. My personal mix thing is: Wear platformsandals in fall and make them look different by wearing your winter wool socks. Or wear a chic lace dress with a Collegejacket. Mix it!
2 LOOKs by isawsomethingnice.ch
Platformsandals and a Scarf
Socks and Chelseaboots
Mix what you have and post your pictures on
my FB page. I am curious to see what your Fall Winter College/Blouson Style will look like!
I MADE A BOOK WITH ALL THE OUTFITS FROM MY BLOG DURING 2011. 88 PAGES WITH DIFFERENT OUTFITS // WINTER / SPRING / SUMMER / FALL // I AM SO CURIOUS AND HOPE THE BOOK WILL ARRIVE SOON. I WILL DO THE EXACT SAME THING IN 2012 WITH THE ONLY DIFFERENCE THAT I TRY TO HAVE AN OUTFIT OF EVERY DAY IN 2012.. THATS MAYBE ALMOST IMPOSSIBLE BUT I WILL DO MY BEST. SO STAY TUNED!!
NOW I AM SUPER CURIOUS IF YOU LIKE IT! PLEASE LEAVE ME A COMMENT BELOW OR USE MY ASK BOX
CLICK HERE TO VIEW THE I SAW SOMETHING NICE OUTFITS 2011 BOOK