Hey lovely people,
Hope you are having a great day. I am very much looking forward to the weekend myself. Husband and I will be dog-sitting a friend’s dog. Aahhhh can’t wait he is coming in a few hours , yippie !!!
In the other news, I recently came across this very interesting and new product (new to me at least), and want to share my brief experience with it.
The product is Nonique Exterme energy Face Milk: I am so happy to have found a vegan skincare brand that is affordable and has some great reviews in the internet. I only bought the stuff yesterday and have used it three times since then. I have to say I am pretty impressed with this face milk. I wanted to try it out just for the fact that it is vegan. In the long run I want to go cruelty free and this can be a small step in that direction. I am going through bad skin phase for the last one week so much so that I had to stop using everything that I was using in my skincare regimen that includes essence (SKII), face serum, eye cream, moisturizer and also I am avoiding to use any make-up. My skin is patchy, dry, I also have two break-outs, and although my regular skincare products have been extremely comforting to my skin, these days it is impossible to carry on with the same products.
This little gem has come to my rescue. In just three uses I could feel significant improvement in my skin texture. I truly believe that in skincare products it tells a lot if the product makes you feel good. Skin looks much better only if it feels good. Initially I thought its a cleansing milk, but no it is a very light-weight formula milky imulsion that absorbs quickly into the skin and drench the skin with much needed moisture without feeling tacky. I am so happy to have found this product.Thanks to this, I will start with my regular skincare routine from Monday onwards 🙂
In summary: I want to give it a score of 4.5 out of 5 and will definitely repurchase it.
In case you are interested, the ingredients in this are:
Aqua, Glycine Soja (Bio Sojaöl) Oil*, Glycerin, Caprylic/Capric Triglyceride, Glyceryl Stearate Citrate, Butyrospermum Parkii (Bio Sheabutter) Butter*, Glyceryl Stearate, Cetearyl Alcohol, Simmondsia Chinensis Seed (Bio Jojobaöl) Oil*, Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Juice (Bio Aloe Vera) Powder*, Passiflora Incarnata Seed (Bio Maracuja) Oil*, Mangifera Indica Seed (Bio Mangobutter) Butter*, Squalane, Tocopherol, Helianthus Annuus Seed Oil*, Lactic Acid, Parfum**, Limonene**, Potassium Sorbate***, Sodium Benzoate***, Xanthan Gum
- certified organic, ** from natural essential oils, *** preservatives
What the website, which stocks Nonique products in Germany claims :
- 100% vegan
- all active ingredients stem from controlled organic farming
- dermatologically tested & high skin tolerance rating
- matches the natural pH value & condition of the skin
- only plant surfuctants used that are 100% biodegradable
- free from artificial & synthetic fragrances, colourants & preservatives
- without substances obtained from petrochemistry (paraffin, PEG, propyl, alkyl, etc. )
- free from parabens, SLS, SLES, silicone oils & their derivatives
- guaranteed without GMOs
I am very much convinced with the face milk I used and will certainly buy other stuff from Nonique and see if there are other products that are as good as this one.
I also bought a few other stuff that I am excited about, see the pic below :-), will share my opinion on the masks from Garnier soon. If you have used them , please do let me know what you think of them.
Have a great weekend guys and if you have not checked my Instagram yet, please do, and if you like it please spread the love and connect with me there, it will mean a lot to me.
PS: Lately I get many messages saying if you want followers please do this, do that. I am strictly against it. I feel it is ethically and morally not correct to buy followers. I have seen so many accounts that get 1000 followers every day or every second day but their likes and comments clearly show that there are only few people who actually care to comment and like their feeds. But I also know that brands and companies look at the numbers when it comes to choosing people for marketing purposes. And buying followers feel all the more wrong because that means you are earning money or getting free goodies by projecting your influence which is as fake as the numbers of followers you buy, and it is just like any other fraud to me.
I want to be as organic as possible and would only want people to connect with me if they genuinely like my feed and appreciate my work.