Monday, November 25, 2019

[Review] Fake PNY7's Star Mask

I was excited about the Star Mask because photos showed that you get holographic stars.
Upon taking the lid off, there was a horrible artificial coconut smell and the glitter inside was like glitter dust rejects from the factory!!!
Not impressed but luckily the shop refunded me.





Friday, October 18, 2019

[Review] Skin Treats Glitter Face Hydrogel Glitter Mask

These Skin Treats Glitter Face Hydrogel Glitter Masks appealed to me to they had holographic stars evidently.
There are two colours pink and clear with intensive hydrating collagen treatment.




So visually just different colours and they both smell of rose which is something I do not like hence not a good start.
The masks were difficult to take out as they were slippery and they drip as well.
I found them hard to put on as they kept sliding off.

Overall, the did have some hydrating effects but I just didn't like the smell and when you take the mask off, some of the sparkling glitter and stars stick to your face.

#myskintreat

Saturday, October 12, 2019

[Peel off Mask Review] T-Zone Glitter Mask peel Off Silver

I am a sucker for anything holographic and sparkling so I got the T Zone series from Superdrug where you get a freebie as well which was a surprise.

Tried the holographic first as I haven't seen this around whereas the glitter masks are around but in various brands.
Then I tried the T-Zone Glitter Mask peel Off Black which has glitter like the other brands but without the stars.
Now I am trying the final silver mask.



You will find pink glitter just like the product picture and the shape of the bio glitter is hexagonal but the mask is grey / green rather than silver.
The mask has a nice smell too.



Having had a messy experience before with the T-Zone Peel off mask, I still managed to make a mess.

It went on nicely but can run off your face if you put too much.
This time I waited much longer so that it peeled off cleanly.

To summarize I did it just for fun and it is good that they offer individual packs so you don't have to buy the whole tube.

Further reads:
T-Zone Glitter Mask peel Off Black:
https://supersupergirl-glamour.blogspot.com/2019/10/peel-off-mask-review-t-zone-glitter.html
T-Zone Holographic Mask peel Off:
https://supersupergirl-glamour.blogspot.com/2019/09/peel-off-mask-review-holographic-peel.html

http://www.t-zoneskincare.com
https://www.facebook.com/TZoneSkincare/
https://www.instagram.com/tzoneuk/

Friday, October 11, 2019

Infinity Chamber at Covent Gardens

Infinity Chamber is an instaworthy chamber at Covent Gardens with lots of LED lights and mirrors.
The lights also change colours but white works the best for me although I wouldn't mind having rainbow in my pictures.





UK's first Rainbow crossing

When I found out about a rainbow crossing I just had to go and get some pictures.
The rainbow crossing is located outside Brockwell park and there are four of them so you can choose your favourite one!





Banksy pop up shop in Croydon

I was really lucky I was in Croydon as Banksy had a pop up shop there even though you can't really go in.
My favourite pieces were the baby cot and the grave.

For more details on the exhib:
https://www.retailgazette.co.uk/blog/2019/10/retail-gazette-loves-banksys-pop-up-shop-in-croydon/

Quoted from this article:
Banksy has opened a pop-up shop in Croydon, South London, featuring the stab vest he designed for Stormzy’s iconic performance at Glastonbury.

Known as Gross Domestic Product, the store is a window display in a former carpet shop that will sell a range of “impractical and offensive” merchandise by Banksy.

Items on sale go for as little as £10.

“I’m opening a shop today,” the artist said on Instagram.

“Although the doors don’t actually open.”

Banksy revealed the reasoning behind the venture, calling it “possibly the least poetic reason to ever make some art”.

“A greetings cards company is contesting the trademark I hold to my art, and attempting to take custody of my name so they can sell their fake Banksy merchandise legally,” he said.

Tuesday, October 1, 2019

Hope for Pelvic floor dysfunction

About a decade ago, it was the top of the iceberg for Beauty Salons with so many medical and aesthetic equipment devices emerging to the market back then.

However, there were not any concrete standards or regulations back then.

The situation is slightly better now as people are aware of things like the FDA and some treatments require a Doctor to be present.

A while ago attended talk about women's' health issues at Hime Beauty Medical in Central and I was definitely intrigued by this device called MagRex which claims to strengthen pelvic muscles in Non invasive way.

All you do is sit on the chair provided and you don't even have to take off any clothing.

After googling, the way it works is similar to those Vibration plates that you stand on but it uses High-Intensity Focused Electromagnetic Field (HIFEM) similar to an MRI machine.
It was reassuring that there were papers on this topic by various organizations such as NCBI.

At the centre, treatment is given on a chair with a strong hidden magnet which creates the electromagnetic field which penetrates deep into the pelvic floor muscles creating maximum contraction of the muscles.

Thus after successful treatment, pelvic floor dysfunction and sex life should be improved.

HiMe Medical Central
http://www.himebeauty.com.hk/contact-us/
香港中環威靈頓街17-19號香港工商大廈5樓全層
Address: 5/F, Hong Kong House, 17-19 Wellington Street, Central, Hong Kong
熱線電話:+852 2114 1052
WhatsApp:+852 9228 8978
傳真號碼:+852 2114 1053
電子郵件:info@himebeauty.com.hk

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