Have you heard of DHC? They’re a RAD Japanese skin and cosmetics brand where you can buy a bunch of stuff with no English on the packaging, but you always end up with something cool.
Their products are based on high quality olive oil and free of unnecessary coloring agents or irritating fragrances. I started using their products a few years ago when I bought my first bottle oâ€™ Deep Cleansing Oil as a makeup remover. A big yay for those of us with sensitive skin!
Q10 Facial Film Soap
On my next trip Iâ€™ll be sure to take a box of Q10 Facial Film Soap. These portable, thin soap film squares are perfect for the girl (or boy!) on the go. Not only does the soap contain coenzyme Q10 to help fight visible signs of aging, I find that one sheet also does a great job of cleansing and removing all of my makeup at the same time. (You may need a separate cleanser if you wear heavier makeup though!)
Check out the magic in the works:
This would be a great stocking stuffer for your friends who travel for work or play. One box of 40 sheets is usually $9.50, but right now itâ€™s on sale for $7.00 on the dhccare.com Web site until November 30.
Olive Virgin Oil Swabs
At first I was a little skeptical about this product. One box contains 50 pre-packed, single use cotton swabs that are soaked with Olive Virgin Oil, DHCâ€™s signature beauty oil extracted from organic Spanish olives. How useful can they really be?
Well, after just one week in my life, my tune has so changed, because this stuff is the shizz! I donâ€™t think I can live without these! I am going to start hoarding these and I plan on keeping them in my car, at my desk at work and in my bathroom.
Use them toâ€¦
Clean up eye makeup mishaps
Donâ€™t you hate it when you are just about finished with your eye makeup, and then you put on mascara and you end up with stray mascara marks on top of your carefully blending shadow?
This has been happening to me since I started using Plushlash mascara. Iâ€™ve been adjusting to the huge mascara brush, so for the past few days Iâ€™ve been Olive Virgin Oil Swabs to clean up stray mascara on my top lid. The best part about these swabs is that they lift off stray makeup without disturbing the makeup that youâ€™ve already put on, so you donâ€™t have to redo anything. A big fat HELL YEAH from this lazy makeup blogger!
If I donâ€™t have a lot to clean up Iâ€™ll only use one side of the swab, and then keep the other covered half in a safe place in my makeup drawer for later use.
Moisturize dry skin
I pop open a swab when I need to moisturize my cuticles, or the sensitive areas around my nose which tend to dry out when I have a cold.
Clean stinky belly buttons
On the wee babe
The swabs are gentle enough to use even on baby’s skin!
The swabs are really easy to use. You just grab one, twist in the middle, and voila!
Everyone I know will be getting a box of these in their stocking this year. Stock up now, because they are on sale for $3.00 until the end of October (they are regularly $4.00 for a box of 50 swabsâ€¦what a deal!)
Revitalizing Moisture Strips: Eyes
Like the moisturizing gel in blissâ€™ jingle bell socks, DHCâ€™s Revitalizing Moisture Strips: Eyes also contains a high-polymer gel which adheres gently to the skin to deliver a continuous supply of deep-penetrating nutrients. You can even leave the strips on all night for intensive conditioning!
I keep mine on for about an hour (here I am watching I Love NY 2 and cussing out that lame-o, Taylor Made, who conincidentally, wore a gel moisturizing mask before his date wity NY.)
They feel really great on and the skin around my eyes feels softer afterwards. These are also on sale too! One box of six applications is $5.00 (regularly $6.50) on the dhc Web site.
How are you doing on this rainy Tuesday? I hope that you stay dry and that you’re wearing some cute rain gear!
Your friendly neighborhood beauty addict,