Saturday, June 13, 2015

Neutrogena Naturals Makeup Remover Cleansing Towelettes

First off, thank you to Influenster for giving me the opportunity to try out the Neutrogena Naturals Makeup Remover Cleansing Towelettes for testing purposes and to share my experience.

Now, I decided not to post any pictures because i'm pretty embarrassed to even show pictures of my face after using this product. 
I have used makeup remover towelettes. this is not my first time using this type of product. With that said, I will never purchase this product. I started off with one towelette to remove the makeup, it left my face feeling cool and cline. ... but the and next day, I'm getting these cyst like zits. ew. I'm in my 30's, i know i'll get acne when i'm PMS-ing, but seriously? ... so, same routine the next few days, ... maybe used 2 towelettes, thinking that i didn't get makeup off the day before. within couple days, new cyst zits. seriously, i cannot handle it any more. I used the towelettes for 1.5 weeks, and stopped. I couldn't handle the 5 cysts i had at one time. 
After stop using the Neutrogena towelettes, i went back to my old routine. ... few days later, my face is starting to look better. 
I get the whole saving water, as i use towelettes from other brands as well, but never had i had this cyst acne problem before. 

depressing. i know. 

if you're interested in trying out Neutrogena Naturals Makeup Remover Cleansing Towelettes... feel free, but my skin type do not ever want to try them again!

Sunday, April 12, 2015

Julep Danielle

I didn't think i'd like the blue of Julep Danielle...

but i do. I really like it.

i like it!

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Friday, January 23, 2015

Make Your Own Gluten Free Drumstick Ice Cream Cone with Reese's Spread

We received a Reese's Spread from influenster.

I wish I took a picture of it when it came in the mail, but my husband was pretty excited to try it out! ... so, the box was tossed and an empty jar. lol
He described the Reese's Spread tastes like what you'd expect PB Cup would taste like if you put in the microwave & stirred it up.

So, he enjoyed it on ritz crackers. And we decided to try it with something else.

You know those Drumstick Ice Cream cones? with the caramel center. since going gluten free, i miss those. a lot. so, I decided to make my own!

Alright, let's get started.

Here are the things that you will need:
Reese's Spread*
Gluten Free Sugar Cones  (Our local grocery store carries the Joy brand)
Caramel Sauce (I use Torani brand**)
Vanilla Ice Cream
Magic Shell - Chocolate or Chocolate Fudge

1. Grab the knife. Spread the Reese's Spread inside the cone.

2. Put a little bit of ice cream in. Then a little bit of caramel sauce.

3. Add a little bit more and then a swirl of the caramel sauce again. Basically repeat step 3 until the desired amount of ice cream is accomplished. End with ice cream on top.

4.  this part is a bit messy. Do this part over a plate. Pour the magic shell over your ice cream cone, slowly! The magic shell drips quick, so, be prepared! Pour the desired amount over your ice cream.

That's it! Super easy, and delicious!

* If you don't like Reese's or have a nut allergy, you can use a chocolate spread or a different kind of spread.
** the syrup caramel classic has gluten though, be sure you purchase the sauce

Just to let you know that I received these products complimentary from Influenster for testing purposes.


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