Monday, 19 September 2016

Review: Turbliss Bioactive Peat Toner

Hi loves! Like I said last week today's post is on Turbliss Bioactive Peat Toner (100 ml). If you haven't seen the last week's post you can check it out here. The Turbliss toner is vegan, hand made and 100% natural.

The toner comes in a glass bottle and has a spray and I use it to spray it on a cotton pad and then use it on my face morning and evening (after cleansing). 

Its 100% pure peat water, which claim to cleanse, refresh, revitalize and tones the skin. It also claims to minimize the pores and also even out the skin tone.

It definetly feels refreshing and cleanses the skin for sure. If I have any traces of makeup left on my skin, it removes it. 

I feel like it did make my pores smaller, but my skin is not in the best condition at the moment. Some reason I'm braking out and usually its the toner that keeps my skin clear. It just how I personally feel. 

I thinks its a great product, but my skin needs something different. I have oily skin type and I feel like I need something bit stronger to keep my skin clear. I have used up most of it and I will use it all up, but I don't think I'll buy it again. I'm still happy I bought it and tried out.

which is your favorite toner?

Thanks for reading :)

Monday, 12 September 2016

Wishlist: Estonian Beauty

Hi loves! I haven't lived in Estonia for sometime now (around 7 years) and in Estonia lately there is so many natural beauty brands and I want to try everything :D So here is my wishlist at the moment!

Lets start out with Joik and I have reviewed few of their products on my blog before. I have tried their their bath products, which you can read about here and here. I have my eye on their Citrus Bath Truffles (310 g, 12,00 €, link).

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I can imagine how refreshing this will smell. I love citrus scent on bath and body products. This is suitable for dry skin, which is exactly what my skin will need upcoming season. I love colder months to take bath, I find it so relaxing.

Next Joik item in my list is their Shower Oil Fresh (200 ml, 15,73 €, link). The name already makes me want to try it and it claims to wash gently and thats what my skin will need upcoming season. Its with avocado and grape seed oil, which sounds like it will be so moisturizing to the skin. 
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Next is their Cleansing Facial Foam with Cucumber & Watercress Extracts & Aloe Juice (150 ml, 18,50 €, link). I like foam cleansers, because on colder months they seem more gentle on the skin. It claims to balance and restore the skin.

I'm trying out at the moment Turbliss toner, which I'll talk about next week, but I do have other products I would love to try from them, like their Illuminating Peat Water with 24K Gold (100 ml, link). I like it can be used on face and hair. 

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I'm in love with body oils. I feel body oils sink into the skin so much faster then butters and instantly hydrate the skin. I can't wait to get my hands on Turbliss Firming and Enlivening Body Oil (link). Its 100% natural and when applied to damp skin, it claims to sink in fast. The packaging looks cute too :)

The last item from them on my wishlist is their Magical Berry Oil (10ml, link). It contains vitamin E and A, and is for 30+. I'm in love with facial oils and its a must have step in my skincare routine. I like this is suitable to use around eyes and lips as well.

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This is it for my wishlist :) Have you tried any of these products before? Let me know in the comments below if you have and whats your thoughts.

Thanks for reading! xo's

Tuesday, 6 September 2016

Review: Earth Kiss Miracle Clay Facial Hydrate Bamboo Sheet Mask

Hi loves! Hope you are doing well :) Today I have for you Earth Kiss Miracle Clay Facial Hydrate Bamboo Sheet Mask (2.99 EUR), which is 100% natural mask, with fruit, vegetable and herbal extracts. I have reviewed some of their other masks on the blog before, which you can check out here, here and here.

Their masks are all one time use, which is great for travel and you always have a fresh mask in hand. I love these for travel, because I like to do a mask everyday and these don't take up a lot of space in my bag. 

Its energised with 85 plant micronutrients and it also contains argile clay, baobab, tangerine and Himalayan Shilajit. This mask deep cleanses the skin and also is moisturizing.

I apply it on cleansed skin and left it for 15 minutes. It can be on skin up to 20 minutes. After removing the sheet mask I wash the left over off (it is a clay masks after all). My skin is so soft after the mask and also smooth, plumper and my skin tone is brighter. You can see the result for yourself on the before and after picture down below.

Its another great mask from them and its one of my favorites from the ones I have tried with their Million Year Clay Facial Revitalise Bamboo Sheet Mask. Their masks are also cruelty free! If you haven't tried these yet, I highly recommend you do so, because its worth a try ;)

If you are interested in their masks, you can find these here.

Which is your favorite natural face mask?

Thanks for reading! xo's

Monday, 29 August 2016

Review: Olivia Beauty & The Olive Tree Shower Gel

Hi loves! Today I have for you something I picked up when I was in Greece. If you missed the haul post I did some weeks a go, you can check it out here. I picked up Olivia Beauty & The Olive Tree Shower Gel (300 ml, 7.95 EUR), because I forgot to take with me one and I'm so happy I decided to go with this one.

Olivia is a greek brand and they makes beautiful hair and body products with olive extract. They also have range called Fusion, which are infused with different greek fruits and also organic olive oil extract. I have yet to try that range, but it sounds promising. 

The shower gel comes in a plastic squeeze bottle and its easy to get the product out. Its based on organic extracts from olives and olive leaves and is rich with vitamin E, which is known for its antioxidant properties. The formula doesn't contain any parabens, mineral oil, artificial colors, silicons, EDTA, propylene glycol, phthalates , PCM, NM and animal origin ingredients.

It feels light weight on skin and has a nice foam to it. It feels gentle on skin and cleanses well. It leaves my skin so soft and it doesn't feel dried out or too tight when I get out of the shower. I still do moisturize my skin. I have noticed the different when using this shower gel or my other shower gels from drugstore. Its so nourishing and leaves my skin soft.

I love the scent it leaves to my skin. I'm obsessed with the olive scent at the moment. Every time I smell it, I remember my vacation in Greece and all the good food I ate. It does contain fragrance, which some beauties might not like, but it hasn't irritate my skin.

I'm more then happy I discover the brand and this shower gel, as it has been a pleasure to use it. I can't wait to start testing out other products from the brand.

If you like the sound of it, I'll in it here (Belgium and Netherlands)and here (US readers).

There is giveaway going on, on my other blog. You can check it out here.

Which is your favorite body care product at the moment?

Thanks for reading! xo's

Monday, 22 August 2016

Review: Korres Pomegranate Moisturising Cream-Gel

Hi loves! Today's review is something for all the beauties with oily skin like myself. Korres Pomegranate Moisturising Cream-Gel (40 ml, 22.36 EUR) is light weight cream for oily to combination skin.

Korres is a Greek brand and 80%-99.8% of the ingredients are from natural origins.  The cream comes in a glass jar, which might not be ideal packaging for everyone. I use a q-tip to get the product out, that way I don't need go into it with my finger.

The formula of it is not completely gel, its between a gel and traditional cream. The texture is light weight and it sinks into the skin easily. The formula is with out parbens, sulfates and phthalates. It formulated with 15% pomegranate water, pomegranate extract, alpine willowherb, tannins, and polyphenols. These help to makes the pores smaller and provide matte finish to the skin. 

Other creams like this in the past have made my skin more dry and dehydrated, but not with this one. This contain hyaluronic and salicylic acids, which offers the skin instant moisture boost. 

I have been using it over a month now and I have notice my skin is not as oily and my makeup applies better and last longer. At the moment I'm going through weird period with my skin, because I broke out a lot, after I got back from vacation, so I cant say about my skin texture. Its not from this cream and its getting better now, and everything is healing. 

I think its a fantastic cream for oil skin and has been perfect for me this summer, it has kept my oiliness under control, with out drying my skin out. 

If you are interested in this cream and you are local (in Belgium) you can find it here and readers from US, I'll link it here.

If you have oily skin, which is your favorite day time moisturizer?

Thanks for reading! xo's

Monday, 15 August 2016

Review: Ontic Minerals Pearl Highlighter

Hi loves! How are you all doing? I'm happy to be back home and enjoy the cooler weather. I do love hot weather, but sometimes it can be too much. Today I have for you guys Ontic Minerals Pearl Highlighter (3 g, 14.95 EUR) and its maid in Estonia.

The highlighter comes in a jar and is loose powder, so it can be messy to use, because I can't close the holes and the product does come out, specially when I would travel with it.

The powder itself is light weight and gives a very natural highlight, which can be build up (which I have done on the swatch down below). I like how natural it looks and it doesn't make me look oily (its something I'm always afraid, because of my oily skin type).

I have been using it on and off for months and it hasn't irritated or broken my skin out. It also lasted all day on me, even when my skin got oily and I powdered my face, I noticed my highlighter was on place ;)

Do you like mineral makeup?

Thanks for reading! xo's

Tuesday, 9 August 2016

Review: Joik Bronzing Dry Bodyoil

Hi beauties! I'm happy to share with you all my new favorite body oil, which is from Joik. I picked up their Bronzing Dry Bodyoil (100 ml, 16.90 EUR) the last time I was in Estonia. 

The dry oil comes in a bottle, which has a spray and makes it super comfortable to use. It does spray out the product evenly. The formula is with carrot oil and natural minerals. It also contains coconut oil and rice bran oil, which together with the carrot oil helps to moisturize the skin effectively and it doesn't leave the skin greasy or sticky.

Before I use it I shake it up really well, because it does contain some gorgeous shimmer in it. Once its all evenly mixed together I'll spray it on my legs, arms and really everywhere where I'll show skin. I use my hands to massage it into my skin and it does apply evenly. At first I was worried how the shimmer will work out for me, will it make me look like a disco ball or is it going to be uneven. It just gives a glow to the skin. It does bronze up the skin when I don't have a tan working for me, but it also looks gorgeous with a tan, giving the skin some depth and a glow. It also hydrates the skin, which I really needs this time of the year and leaves it also leaves it soft.

I'm so happy I picked this product up. I love Joik as a brand and they have huge range of products to choose from. I like all their products are 100% natural, vegan, not tested on animals and gluten free. If you are interested checking out this beauty, I'll link it here

Which is your favorite Joik product?

Thanks for reading! xo's