21 December, 2014

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💞 ENG:
Japanese and korean thingies, all super cute, all super kawaii, wrapped up in a pink box even more cute - sign me up, please! ^_^
I'm sure everyone has heard by now of this popular concept, a subscription box. We have some in Romania also, not as great as the international ones, but we're getting there.
The pink box i'm presenting today is called Kawaii Box, and i received it in a month, at the local post office.

💞 RO:
Chestiute si chestioare japoneze si coreene, super dragalase, super kawaii, toate puse intr-o cutie si mai dragalasa - sign me up, please! ^_^
Sunt sigura ca ati auzit pana acum de conceptul subscription boxes. Avem si noi cateva in tara, ce-i drept, nu atat de fenomenale ca si cele internationale, dar ajungem noi acolo. Am incredere! ^_^
Cutiuta roz de azi se numeste Kawaii Box, pe care am primit-o intr-o luna, la posta locala.


"Realitate sau mit? O poveste Atoderm cu final fericit” - asa se numeste noua campanie organizata de Bioderma Romania, in care medicii dermatologi din toata tara, ne pun la dispozitie informatii utile pe site-ul special dedicat acestei campanii www.pieleuscata.com, dar si pe pagina de facebook unde mai putem gasi sfaturi, recomandari, dar si concursuri.

Cred ca toti ne-am pricopsit cu cate o problema a pielii in viata asta. Nimeni n-a fost scutit, nici macar "gogosarii" astia mici si zambareti. Desi este o problema cu care multa lume se confrunta, inca mai exista multa dezinformare si multe mituri (sau leacuri babesti) care sunt luate de bune. Bine, unele chiar sunt spot on si ajuta, dar ce ne facem cand ne punem singuri un diagnostic si urmam un tratament de capul nostru? Nu reusim sa agravam problema?

Stiu ca o afectiune a pielii ne face sa ne simtim prost, self-conscious, oarecum retrasi. Parca avem impresia ca toata lumea cu care intram in contact se uita numai la zona cu probleme, nu?


De cand ma stiu m-am confruntat cu problemele unui ten mixt, dar au fost si perioade in care m-am trezit cu un ten mai uscat, in special iarna. Fiind si sensibil, indiferent de anotimp, gasirea unei creme care sa-mi hidrateze si sa-mi protejeze tenul, devenea deja ceva stresant.
Probabil din pricina asta am ales sa-mi construiesc o rutina formata din produse asiatice.

Pana la varsta asta (hello, old lady!), nu am gasit decat patru produse care sa ma multumeasca pe deplin: Ivapur de la Ivatherm, gelul spumant purifiant de la Gerovital Plant si Baking Powder Cleansing Foam de la Etude House, pe care il folosesc de ani de zile. Cel mai nou intrat in rutina este gelul de curatare Sensibio de la Bioderma.


Setting aside the fact that tea is wonderful not just for our peace of mind and soul, tea is also very good for our body. I know we all hear over and over again that what we eat, it shows on our skin, but it's true. Trust me, been there and now i'm way over it.
It all starts from within.
Before we jump straight to this magical potion we call tea, we have to talk about water. A chinese philosopher once said that there are sixteen stages of boiling water, where as in Russia, there were known only three. The funny thing is that these days, asians are calling these stages "eyes", as in "shrimp eyes", "crab eyes", etc, because of the funny shapes that us, the Westerners, never notice. It's kind of like a recipe that they pass down in their families, the knowledge of some basic rules that they apply to their cooking. I don't know how many of you are interested in asian culture, but they rarely use recipes. Even in k-dramas, you can see the actors how they're watching the water before they drop the ingredients in their ramyeon, or whatever they're making.