Remember that time where I subscribed to a box that was good for only three months, and then the three months passed and the subscription ended? Well, I consoled myself with this:
This beautiful thing came from my new subscription to Beauty DNA. Beauty DNA is different from my other boxes because they only send you one full-size item. But the program is completely customizeable – I filled out a very in-depth profile and told them exactly what I wanted and didn’t want out of their three categories (skin, hair, and body). So when I say they guarantee never to send me cellulite cream, they won’t. Because who wants cellulite cream? Or stretch mark cream? Or any other cream to remind oneself of how unattractive their thighs are? No thank you. I pass.
Anyway, my first item is the Ahava Dead Sea Osmoter Concentrate serum. Normal cost is $60 so I’m thrilled to have this. I love serums. They are one of my favorite things to own in the skin care realm. In fact, if I could just buy serums and facial masks every day of my life, I would be the happiest girl in all the land. That ain’t no joke. If you saw my face when I opened the box, you would’ve thought there was a million dollars in there. There wasn’t, obviously, but it was pretty dang close.
First of all, this serum has the most amazing texture. It absorbs so quickly into my skin and leaves behind the silkiest, smoothest feeling. That right there is worth the $60 I didn’t pay for it. And then of course there is some scientific hoo hah that it claims to do, but I have yet to see that. Only been using it for less than a week, so I suppose I’ll wait. If it is successful, I will have smoother, more luminous and youthful skin in four weeks.
Looking forward to what they’ll send me next month. It won’t be skin care because they alternate categories, so it’ll either be hair or body. And hopefully it’s not something I already own because you know how much shit I buy. In fact, there’s another haul post coming up soon.
On a side note, I dropped my phone into my (used) toilet yesterday, so you’re lucky this post is even happening. After all the screaming, distressing, and sheer overreacting (and anti-bacteria-ing), I’m just plain exhausted.
See ya tomorrow.