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French Skincare Lovin’My husband is back from the beautiful land of Europe with some goodies in tow. What makes these more special other than the fact that they aren’t accessible to me here in the Philippines is what The Misty Dad (lolzzz, he’ll kill me) went through to get them. Instead of resting from a tightly-packed sched, he decided to walk the streets of Paree instead to look for the nearest french pharmacy.
KLM AIRLINES & AIRLINE THEFTHe picked up a few other items but they were stuffed in a brand new Louis Vuitton bag (that my dad-in-law purchased for my mum-in-law!) which were stolen in the Schipol airport after luggage check-in! They only knew about it when they saw their luggage here in Manila with broken padlocks and zippers. Currently in talks with KLM Airlines about this. But we are 100% sure that the culprits were airline crew from KLM Schipol because they knew exactly which of the 4 luggages contained the LV bags (yes, they stole two!). So dismayed, disappointed and outraged by this phenomenon!! Apparently, this is not a rare occurrence in airports. Lesson learned: your luggage isn’t as safe and secure as you would like to think it is. Please be careful when traveling.
SKIN CARE HEAVEN
Nuxe Huile Prodigieuse OrA multi-purpose dry oil that can be used for the face, skin and body to hydrate and moisturize given it’s packed with precious plant oils and Vitamin E. I asked for the gold version because I want a subtle shimmer on my body when I do wear it, as well as a healthy shine to my hair when applied. I will report back if it’s the ultimate dry oil for me. I’ve used Neutrogena before and found it takes too long to sink in, even leaving a film atop my skin, which I hated.
Klorane Dry ShampooThis one was just a must-have in all French skincare posts I’ve read and even if I’m not particularly ecstatic about dry shampoo, I am willing to give it a try! It has oat milk, which I’m not sure what does for the hair, but let’s see.
La Roche Posay SerozincAnother mist that apparently has a cult following in London. The actives in this product are Sodium Chloride (a.k.a salt) which is an astringent slash antiseptic of some sort and Zinc Sulfate, an acne-busting combatant which also aids in oil reduction and skin irritations. I’m still loyal to my dear Avene for daily (preventive!) use but believe Serozinc will be another best friend when I have unexpected breakouts that I want banished instantly.
Avene Thermal Spring WaterEnzo bought 6 huge cans of this for me. If that doesn’t scream HG, I don’t know what does. Holy Grail = Hoarding Galore. I think we’ve found the reason why I’m called THE MISTY MOM, folks.
Any French skincare items you’ve tried, tested, loved, detested?
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