Avene Thermal Spring Water Avene Thermal Spring Water
Okey, I know this week just started but I will share my 3 tip of this week with you anyway. Couple weeks ago I saw this product on youtube. I cant remember witch channel but I think it was Vogues. Someone was recommending it and I thought I should try. Ive been using Avene cold cream for many years now. Not really on regular basis, most in wintertime when my skin is really dry. So my thought was its worth a try. I started with a purchase of the small bottle just to see how my face would react since I have such a sensitive skin. I brought it with my on our latest trip to Istanbul, I use it on the flight for the first time just to keep my face hydrated during the flight. I was surprised, I loved it and so did my face. I felt so soft and my skin did not breakout. I used it in the morning when I washed my face and didn't need any moisturizing cream after. During the day I would use it whenever I felt I needed some refreshment. A small amount goes long way so be careful otherwise you will look oily.
I repurchase a big bottle when I got back home from our trip and I use it now on daily. I would definitely recommend you to try this. Start with a small bottle and see how you skin reacts. The other thing with this product is the good price. The big bottle cost around 100sek which is around 8 dollars. You can find in most pharmacy but the price is even better online.
Im well known for being totally obsessed with my nails. I love to color them (everyday if I can) and I take care of them as much as I can. But stupid me one day (around 3 months ago) decided to get them fixed and have gel polish. I was on my way home when I saw a nail salon and had this brilliant idea I would go there and just do it right away. I think I had gel like 3 times before and I remember I liked how it was done but never done it since then cuz I like to color them myself. Anyway, it was done so bad, the polish was so thick my nails underneath was hurting. I don't think I realized how ugly they were until I saw a picture of them 2 days after. Im not kidding when I say they were like 0.5cm thick if not more. I felt so trashy. I was hiding my hands. So I decided to get them removed. I looked up a good nail studio and the girl there said she never saw anything like that. She was really kind and hone (is that the right name) them down. But this time she hone them so much that I almost did not have any nail left. I have never experienced a pain like that before. I couldn't sleep during the night since the pain was so high. I could defiantly not paint my nails since they were so fragile, every movement hurt. For couple of weeks I thought my nails would never repar again I would never be able to paint them again. My life was over!
I did some research and read that TRIND Nail Repair had some really good reviews. I went to the store desperate and got me one. Ive been using it 2.5 month now and I can say that it changed my life. My nails are slowly getting their life back. They are getting thicker, more glossier, longer and overall they start to look and feel healthy again. This nail repair did really help me and I've been using it as a nail polish as well since I think it looks good.
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Kullaberg National Park, Sweden
. Sometimes I forget how beautiful Sweden truly is. Maybe because I leaved here my hole life that I don't longer see the beauty or at least don't appreciate it as much now when I'm older and travel more. What a shame! On Saturday we decided to make a little trip to Kullaberg.
Kullaberg is a national park in Skåne with breathtaking view of steep cliffs rising from the sea and rocky outcrops. Its so peaceful and beautiful. If you ever pass by north western Skåne you have to visit it. Don't forget to bring a picnic basket with you and take comfortable shoes.
Andréa & Frederik