Thursday, April 23, 2015
When I heard that Tomoson was offering the opportunity to try a shine spray, I was quite happy. Why? Well, because I have been searching for one for the longest time. A good one, that is. Recently, I had the opportunity to try Goldwell's Diamond Gloss. So, what did I think?
As a woman with combination hair that tends to lean towards dry in the colder climates (Winter/Fall season) and oily in the hotter climates (Summer/Spring season), I really love this product for every day of the year. It has treated my hair with not only instantaneous hydration that conditions effortlessly, but shine without that greasy feeling.
It really works to tame the fly-a-ways and frizz.
It doesn't leave a white residue that tends to happen with most styling products of the sort and the fragrance is pleasant in a sense where it's quite light. I also love that I can use my flat irons and curling irons with this product and my hair doesn't frizz up from the heat.
Although this works best with natural hair, it's great with color treated hair. It actually has UV filters in it, so it protects your color.
Believe it or not, you can also use it on hair extensions too. If you are looking for a product that works magic on your hair, you will love this one.
This is not a natural product. If you are searching for a natural product, you are not going to find this one appealing.
Wednesday, April 1, 2015
When it comes to incorporating Vitamin C into skin care, the benefits are astounding. Why? Because there are so many. Needless to say, I was very happy to have the opportunity to try Foxbrim's Vitamin C Lotion. So, what did I think?
First and foremost, I just want to say that the texture of this moisturizer is quite impressive. I love the fact that it is sort of light yet sort of heavy, but doesn't dry up nor place that white residue all over the skin. Nothing is more unappealing than a skin care product that oxidizes on the skin. This moisturizer doesn't do that, which is amazing to me because there are quite a few Vitamin C products that do.
Vitamin C is known to not only lighten the skin naturally, but brighten the skin too; effectively diminishing discoloration and spots over a period of time. Does this product do that? Well, to be honest, it does to a certain degree. Although I don't find that the benefits are as effective as a Vitamin C serum (which sinks into the skin at a faster rate) they are evident and are quite dramatic when paired with a Vitamin C serum.
By increasing collagen production, this product works to increase cell turnover. It also works to correct collagen breakdown, so incorporating this moisturizer into your individual skin care regime will bring life to dull skin.
This moisturizer includes an array of ingredients. These include Vitamin C, Aloe, MSM, Jojoba Oil, Vitamin B5, Safflower Oil, and Green Tea. If you are allergic to any of these ingredients or find yourself garnering a reaction to them, it is key to refrain from using this moisturizer.
Although this product contains an array of healthy ingredients, it is still a moisturizer and the final step in a regime. This product does not treat depigmentation or age spots, but when paired with a treatment, as well as, serum that does, it works quite effectively.
Foxbrim's Vitamin C Lotion is available at Amazon for $15.95. Would I use this product again? Absolutely. Would I recommend it to a friend? Yes. For more information about the Vitamin C Lotion from Foxbrim, simply visit Amazon right now.