The second post in the Walkabout series is going back a few months and is one of the first set of photos that I took with my new Canon camera, when I went over to the Malta National Aquarium.
No matter the season, I find that my lips tend to get dry and cracked if not properly cared for. During the night or when the weather is at extremes; either too hot or too cold, my lips get super dry and chapped.
A little over three months ago I was given the opportunity to try out the Bio-Oil Multiuse Skincare Oil which contains the breakthrough ingredient PurCellin Oil, which is meant to be highly effective for skin concerns, such as aging skin and dehydration. This product, I am sure needs no introduction to the avid skincare lovers who use this product in their everyday regimes. The product is also recommended for scars and stretch marks but its uses range to much more than that.
Everyday your skin is exposed to a lot of things – sun, wind, air-conditioning, stress and pollution. So it’s no wonder that on different days it reacts in different ways and needs different products and treatments to look its best. In order to keep your skin looking healthy, bright and young it is important to have in place a regular skincare regime to mitigate the adverse effects of the environment you are in and your lifestyle choices.
If you have struggled with oily skin all your life, then you know that the first thing you look for in a foundation name are the words matte and long-lasting. However, you also know that using a long-lasting foundation can have its downfalls, such as dull-looking skin and having dry patches. Having been an avid fan of Bourjois foundations I was welcomed the effectiveness of the Bourjois Air Mat Foundation to deliver not only longevity but brighter-looking skin, without being greasy or heavy.
Being a light sleeper and a workaholic, dark circles are a common occurrence in my life. Usually resorting to washing my face with cold water in the morning and to a good layer of concealer under my eyes, I am left with an acceptable enough result to my daily problem.
Welcome to the first ‘Walkabout’ post on A Cosmetic Affair. The intention behind these sort of posts is to give you a glimpse through my own perspective of locations both local, in my home country, Malta, and hopefully in the future also abroad.
Except for today’s post which is an introduction, I want these posts to be more visual than text-based, in hopes that you can forget your surroundings and be transported to a beautiful location, whether it is in the countryside, by the sea, visiting some wild animals, at the park or the city.