New In.

2.26.2014

Sharing a small round up of new goodies that I've recently acquired. 

My  KHairPep samples came in!  Please read my last post on this  product line if you haven't already done so.  It seems to be a very promising product if the claims hold true.  I'll be testing it out this weekend and sharing my review soon.
After experiencing a couple warmer days, I decided to get back on my smooth skin regimen.  My favorite body scrub of all time has to be the Tree Hut Shea Butter Body Scrub.  Used daily, this stuff works miracles on my skin.  I've gotten compliments form a woman while receiving a massage on how soft/smooth my skin was.  There was even a time when a cashier noticed this in my shopping basket and asked, "is that why your skin looks so good?"  If you haven't tried this yet, make it a must.
In a past "Cravings" post, I talked about purchasing a Japanese Facial Steamer.  While looking at other Japanese beauty products on Amazon, I stumbled on an electronic facial roller/massager.  I couldn't find hardly any reviews or videos of this thing in use (with the exception of a promotional video from the company). I stepped out in faith and gave it a shot!  Weeks later, it arrived directly from Japan.  After charging, I gave it a shot for the first time.  In the video, they made it seem like this would simulate the strokes of someone massaging your face (like during a facial). Truth is, even on the low setting, this tool is more intense than I imagined.   After the first use, I though to myself, this thing would make an amazing scalp massager.  On my scalp, it feels heavenly, I tied my hair with a scarf because it has a rotating piece that could cause trouble if my hair got caught in it.  But even with my hair tied, it gave me an amazing massage.  Not just the "my scalp is stimulated" massage. But one that relieved tension in my head.  Afterwards, I actually felt better.  I'm really liking this thing.  I've wanted an electric scalp massager for years and now I finally goit it! I hope to make a video showing how it works so you can see it in action!



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Anonymous said...

Hi there. This is totally unrelated to this post but I'm having some hair troubles. My scalp is soooo flaky and itchy. I then washed my hair with a sulphate shampoo ,d use coconut oil on my scalp ( I am wearing braids) the next day my scalp is just as itchy and flaky as before. Please what do I do. I don't want to scratch until I injure my scalp. Its already so sore. Thanks

Dav said...

I used the khairpep mask a few days ago. It was pretty hard to detangle since I couldn't wash it out or do a deep conditioner. My leave-in (mixed chicks) didn't do as much as I had hoped and I ended up with product overload! I'm going to try again next week, but can't wait to see what you thought.

Nadege L said...

Hi Dav! Thanks for letting us know. I'm pretty sure that it's ok to do a moisture treatment/conditioner after using it. I haven't tried yet. I will within the next couple of days so your feedback was really helpful.

Dav said...

Cool! I think I was scared by the "do not rinse." language and wasn't sure how to get around it!

DJ said...

Hi Nadege!!!

I just tried the sugar scrubbed you use and LOVE it!!! Thanks for sharing!

Nadege L said...

DJ, that sugar scrub is everything! Best of all, it's gentle enough to use daily. Glad you LOVE it.

GoodbyeJiggles said...

Fyi, found this at Ulta for 7.99