GlamGlow Flash Mud Brightening Treatment Review

This is a full review of the GlamGlow Flashmud Brightening Treatment with a demo on how to use it and who all can and cannot use it.

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While we love pampering our skin with cosmetics in the markets that are readily available we forget our roots. I have 4 very easy DIY skin care recipes for you guys please  try them out and let me know in the comments below how you liked them. I would also love to know if you have some recipes you want to share with the rest of the world.

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DIY Nourishing & Hydrating Face Mask

Mix half an Avocado & an egg, squash and apply to the face leave on 15 – 30 mins and rinse off, This recipe will work for anyone with dry or dehydrated skin.

DIY Moisturising Body Scrub

Mix sugar with Olive Oil and use it as a lip or full body scrub. The sugar acts as a manual scrub and the olive oil will nourish the skin. you can wash this off with plain water and your skin will feel softer and buttery smooth.
This recipe will work on any skin type accept for extremely sensitive skin.

DIY Brightening Mask

Take some Besan/Gram flour add a touch of turmeric, some lemon juice and Milk or Yogurt. The milk will nourish the skin and the Besan & Lemon juice will brighen the skin up and turmeric has healing properties and will leave the skin with a glow.

DIY Brightening MASK

This is so simple all you have to do is scoop out the pulp of a very juicy tomato and just apply to the Face and leave on for 30 – 45 mins. The citric acid in the tomato will brighten the skin by exfoliating dead skin cells which works beautifully for acne prone skin.

Know your Sunscreen Series Part 2

Hi Everyone after my first blog post on sunscreens here I’m continuing the topic of sunscreens, If you haven’t read my previous blog stop right here and click the link below.


Now that you have read and understood how were sunscreens made and to read what the SPF numbers stand for, Lets take it further on by knowing what the values of PA +++++ OR Boot Star Rating ***** mean on your Sunscreen tubes.

The UVB protection rating which signifies the percentage of protection the sunscreen gives from the UVB rays is widely known in two types of ratings in this concept the European rating which is the Boot Star ***** symbolised & the Japanese rating which is the PA+++++ Rating. Each of these Stars * or Plus + Symbols mean 20% protection from UVB, so if there are 5 Stars there is a whole 100% protection from UVB.

Now that we have this part of the concept cleared. It’s time to discuss my favourite Sunscreens available in the market today.

  1. Cheryl’s DermaShade SPF 30+
    Boot Star Rating of 5 Stars
    DermaShade comes in 2 different packagings 30+ for Normal to Oily Skin & the 50+ for Dry Skin type.

cheryl-s-dermashade-spf-30-spray-50-g_1_display_1487165197_6597070a8581e569-5e4d-4cb4-b91c-146d2dd6d46d2. Kaya Skin Clinic Daily Moisturising Sunscreen Spf 30+
Boot Star Rating of 5 Stars


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Sunscreens have been in the market since the world was made, okay a bit of exaggeration there but sunscreens have been a boon to society since the early ages when greeks used olive oil as a sun protection. Egyptians used Rice & Jasmine Plant extracts. Synthetic Sunscreens today have also been quite in for a few thousand years. The biggest hit at that time was a sunscreen with SPF 2. (Whoa!) We’ve come a long way haven’t we? In the last decades alone we have come up with Broad Spectrums, Water Resistant etc.

So coming back to understanding the power of your sunscreen. Lets start with the most common 3 most used words “SPF” which stands for Sun protection Factor. We all talk about how important it is and now moisturisers and foundations also have SPF in it. but what does it do and what are all the numbers SPF15, SPF30, SPF50 and so on mean?

We have 2 important Ultraviolet rays that come in contact with our skin that is the UVA and the UVB. SPF means the protection we receive from UVA. So mathematically speaking SPF 1 is equals to 15 mins of protection. which means SPF 15 would be 225mins of protection. SPF 30 is equals to 450mins of protection.

If you enjoyed this blog post please click the like button and comment on your favourite SPF. Wait for the next part on Sunscreens where I talk about the protection from UVB and my top 5 favourite sunscreens. See you soon. 😉

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All you need to know about chemical peels (AHAs & BHA)

Favourite Mask Combinations

Hey Everybody,
I been so busy lately managing my businesses and I’m struggling to get things going but in the mean time, I have a rule that once or twice every week I have a small pamper session at home after work. It does’nt consist of a lot as I’m really tired when I get back from work. So basically I’ll make some hot mocha put on an episode of how I met your mother or grey’s anatomy or castle or white collar depending on what my mood is like. Then I would put on a face mask and paint my nails while watching an episode or two or maybe three 😛  sitting like a bean bag on the couch. LOL!

So Yesterday I had one of these pamper sessions and I realised I do a lot of multi-masking and it would be fun to share what my favourite mask combinations are.

Combination 1  For Dull, Oily and Congested Skin Days

I like to use the Origins Charcoal Mask on my nose to cleanse pores I sometimes switch that with the Glam Glow Clearing Mask and pull the white heads out, and the Glam Glow Flashmud Brightening Mask (Orange) on the rest of my face, It works like a exfoliation to remove dead skin cells and instantly make my skin feel smoother.

Eye Treatment

For the days I feel a bit more lazy to put on a mask and wash it off. And My eyes feel tired and baggy. I use the Sephora Green Tea Eye mask. Green tea is an antioxidant that quickly revives your tired looking eyes and also gives it a lift. This mask is a sheet mask so application and removal is no problem #lazygirlsbestfriend 😀




Combination 3 – Sensitive and acne days

You know those days when your skin is so sensitive that a charcoal mask isn’t an option and it also has few papules (Red pus filled pimples). I use the Skeyndor Normalising Mask while dotting my face with the Mario Badescu drying lotion on the papules.





I know a lot of you guys love the nourishing masks I do too, when the weather is slightly chilled and my skin tends to go on the drier side so I’m listing a few of my favourite masks  that are more hydrating.


Glam Glow Thirsty Mud Mask




Model co Instant Hydra Glow Miracle Mask


I hope you guys liked this post and yes if it looks like I have a full shelf of masks yes I do and I love masks a lot. Please comment below if you’d like me to try a mask that you like or review any face mask, I would love to.  <3

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You already know I’m going to go on and on about my absolute favourite product. Those of you have acne prone skin know exactly the boon that comes from an effective spot treatment.

Mario Badescu Drying Lotion is a lotion that is formulated with a lot of special Ingredients including salicylic acid, sulphur and alcohol. The reason why its special is because it has calamine, camphor and glycerin which will help the dried skin area to not get sensitive and soothe the skin, as some drying ingredients can take a toll on your skin’s health.

My love for it began when I went into mecca one day and saw the drying lotion also recommended on youtube by one of my favourite makeup Youtuber Jaclyn Hill, so immediately gave it a try as I was facing some terrible papular acne during the time.
Since then I noticed a visible change in my acne as I used quite regularly with my other skin care treatments.


So now How to use it?

Dip a cotton bud into the pink sand like ingredient in the bottom of the bottle. Remember never to shake the bottle and if you have let it all settle before you use it. Once you have the pink paste on your bud, apply it directly on the affected acne areas in a dotted pattern. Never double dip with the same cotton bud that would spread bacteria in and out of the bottle. Leave it overnight and you will notice a significant visual change in your acne prone skin.


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If you want to read my blog on chemical peels here’s the link. All you need to know about chemical peels 2 (Specialised Ingredients)

Please stay tuned for more exciting information and new tips.

All you need to know about chemical peels 2 (Specialised Ingredients)

This blog is a continuation of my previous blog on chemical peels, if you haven’t read it yet please click the link All you need to know about chemical peels (AHAs & BHA).

In my previous blog I spoke about the AHA and BHA peels, now lets talk about some specialised peels that are more advanced. Basically this blog will focus on Kojic Acid Peels, Jessner and TCA peels.

Specialised peels are either made with one typical solution or a combination of different peels. Jessners peel for example is a combination of 14% Resorsinol, 14% Lactic Acid, and 14% Salicylic Acid.

As seen in my previous blog lactic acid is an AHA, great for hydration, and is derived from sour milk, where as Salicylic Acid is a BHA that is made from willow bark extracts and has a key role in clearing black and white heads and purifying the skin of clogged pores. Resorsinol on the other hand is a benzenediol which helps in the treatment by fighting any infection. Only important caution with Jessners peel is to work only on a small area at a time as it is cardiotoxic.

TCA peels aka Trichloroacetic acid, it is also from the BHA group and is an excellent peel in the treatment of sun damaged skin or mature aged skin.

Kojic Acid is an ingredient that comes across many times in whitening products. Here Kojic Acid peels help in whitening and also treating Hyper pigmentation, Melasma etc. There are many creams that have kojic acid as a part of the ingredients for whitening and an overall even tone.

Many times peels work best when they are used from 3 – 6 sittings, once every 3 to 4 weeks. Sometimes it the period in between maybe shorter or longer depending on the strength of the peel and the skin’s ability to take it.

Please let me know if this information helps you and if you have any questions regarding your skin care please feel free to leave a comment below.

Please let me know if there is a peel that you absolutely love, I would love to know.

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All you need to know about chemical peels (AHAs & BHA)

Acid Ingredients in products that your skin will thank you for.

Not everyone is aware of the acid ingredients in Chemical Peels. Many of them have beneficial roles in making the skin look healthy although there is one common role they all share is to peel the dead skin cells which block the skins surface by breaking the bonds between the cells of the skin. By this process there is a rise in the production of new and healthy cells, which makes the skin feel over all healthier.

Since a decade chemical peels have become the hot topic in skin care because of their instant results. What a lot of people don’t know is that every peel is different, from its ingredients to its percentages.

Lets clear a few main/common names in chemical peels. 

AHAs (Alpha Hydroxy Acids) & BHAs (Beta Hydroxy Acids) are acids that come from organic sources.

Glycolic Acid – Derived from Sugarcanes

Lactic Acid – Derived from Sour Milk

Mallic Acid – Derived from Apples

Tartaric Acid – Derived from Grapes

Citric Acid – Derived from Citrus Fruits

Salicylic Acid – Derived from Willow Bark Extracts

The most common among these are

Glycolic Acid – Derived from Sugarcanes is great for ageing, mature, sun damaged skin.

Lactic Acid – Derived from Sour Milk, helps in hydrating dry skin while removing excess skin cells.

Salicylic acid – Derived from Willow Bark Extracts. This is a BHA, best for oily and acne skin types as it cleans pores by dissolving the dirt and debris.

Many of these peels are in your regular skin care products but only in very little percentages that would help your skin daily.

There are many other chemical peels in skin care which I will talk about in my next blog.

Please let me know if this little piece of information helps you and if you have any questions regarding your skin care please feel free to leave a comment below.

Please let me know if there is a peel that you absolutely love, I would love to know.

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