Wednesday, January 26, 2011

Random Acts Of Blogging Kindness

You are invited to be involved in a world wide blogging project- Random Acts Of Blogging Kindness (RABK). This is a project that I am very excited about (I cannot even begin to tell you how much!) and it is something everyone can get involved in too (that's you as well non-bloggers!).



One day last year my church ran an outreach project called 'Love The House' where groups of people got together to bless a member of the church who was struggling or in need- cleaning houses, gardening, baking and the like. I was one of the many who were blessed by that day. Young people willingly and lovingly gave up their Saturday to spend it with me. I enjoyed the day with some much needed great company, a little shopping and a great lunch. At the end of the day I was blessed with a gift card to spend at one of my favourite stores and from that day onwards all I could think about is how much that day helped me and how much I wanted to continue to help and encourage others in a similar way, not just in my church but world wide. I felt cared for, appreciated, loved, and encouraged. Without sounding materialistic, the act of someone simply giving me a gift card as a 'random act of kindness' bought some much needed joy into my life (I'm a shopaholic!) and I want to spread that joy to others. While it may not be possible for churches to run such an event more than one day a year, I didn't want it to stop at just one day. There are people hurting and I want to spread the hope that I have found. And so I began praying. Really praying. I didn't know how I was going to help or what to do but I felt stirred in my spirit to do something. In the midst of my desperate prayer it suddenly came to me and 'Random Acts Of Blogging Kindness' was born.

Being chronically ill and housebound most days myself, I know what it is like to experience discouragement. I also know what it is like to receive encouragement from the most unlikely of places and I am so passionate about making a difference in the lives of not only those around me but encouraging the chronically ill world wide and empowering others to do so also.


" I am only one, but I am one. I cannot do everything, but I can do something. And I will not let what I can't do interfere with what I can do."- Everett Hale



What is Random Acts Of Blogging Kindness?

Random Acts Of Blogging Kindness (RABK) is a project that seeks to bless and encourage those living with a chronic illness who wholeheartedly blog with a passion to raise awareness, who write about their own struggles so that they may help and encourage others in chronic pain. For those who research and share helpful information and insight, and who generally blog to make a difference in the lives of so many. RABK relies upon the generosity of people like you donating to help encourage and bless a chronic pain blogger financially so that they may be able to afford something they would really like to buy for themselves that they normally would not indulge in.

Blogging about chronic pain and illness is such a brave thing to do and RABK is a project that seeks to acknowledge this and is a way of showing our thank you and appreciation to those bloggers who are writing their hearts out with such passion, honesty and courage.

Each month a chronic pain blogger who I have been in contact with and deem deserving of being a RABK recipient will be chosen by myself, and the donations from that month will go to blessing that person in the form of money, gift vouchers and the like. Be it money for a special dinner out, movie tickets, a day at the day spa, a new camera, a new phone- what we can give depends upon the generous donations from people like you. Each month a detailed blog post will be published on the chosen blogger/recipient informing donaters of who their donations have helped, and how that person has been blessed as a result.

RABK will run regardless of donations, however, without donations it will not run monthly. If you would like to, you are more than welcome to donate. There is more than just one way to get involved....




How can YOU get involved in Random Acts Of Blogging Kindness?

RABK is an amazing project that anyone can get involved in, both bloggers and non bloggers. You can donate via the Paypal button which is located on the right sidebar of this blog. You are welcome to make a one off donation but I am also looking for people, sponsors, companies and organizations who wish to commit to this project long term who are willing to donate monthly. Those who wish to donate monthly will have their name/logo/link featured in a sponsor section.

Bloggers

1. Donate: be it $5, or $10- every little bit helps!

2. Blog: if you can't afford to donate and would like to get involved write a blog post about it and link back to this site!

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'Random Acts Of Blogging Kindness' (RABK) is an amazing project anyone can get involved in, both bloggers and non bloggers. RABK is a project that seeks to bless and encourage those living with a chronic illness who wholeheartedly blog with a passion to raise awareness, who write about their own struggles so that they may help and encourage others in chronic pain. For those who research and share helpful information and insight, and who generally blog to make a difference in the lives of so many. RABK relies upon the generosity of people like you donating to help encourage and bless a chronic pain blogger financially so that they may be able to afford something they would really like to buy for themselves that they normally would not indulge in. Be it money for a special dinner out, movie tickets, a day at the day spa, a new camera, a new phone- what we can give depends upon the generous donations from people like you.

Blogging about chronic pain and illness is such a brave thing to do and RABK is a project that seeks to acknowledge this and is a way of showing our thank you and appreciation to those bloggers who are writing their hearts out with such passion, honesty and courage.

Each month a detailed blog post will be published on the chosen blogger/recipient informing donaters of who their donations have helped, and how that person has been blessed as a result.

For more information and to get involved/donate check out www.chronicallycreative.net

I encourage you to reach out and spread hope and compassion to the hurting by getting involved in this project in any way you can. Your help, involvement and donations are greatly appreciated. Let's make a difference in the lives of those with chronic illness by blessing and encouraging them! Your kind and generous donation may mean that instead of spending a whole day in tears, they spent a whole day smiling- because of you.

3. Grab the RABK badge! This is locate in the right sidebar of this blog. Copy and paste the code into a html widget to display the badge on your blog

4. Twitter: tweet about it! Example: Follow @ChronicCreativ and get involved in Random Acts Of Blogging Kindness http://bit.ly/g0fXxt

5. Facebook: share it on your fan pages and in your news feed and/or display the RABK logo as your profile picture (just right click on the RABK logo above and save it in your pictures to use- I give you permission!). Be sure to join the facebook page too!

Non Bloggers

1. Donate: be it $5, or $10- every little bit helps!

2. Tell your friends and family about it

3. Twitter: tweet about it. Example: Follow @ChronicCreativ and get involved in Random Acts Of Blogging Kindness http://bit.ly/g0fXxt

4. Facebook: share it in your news feed and/or display the RABK logo as your profile picture (just right click on the RABK logo above and save it in your pictures to use- I give you permission!). Be sure to join the facebook page too!



By getting involved in this project, you are also helping and encouraging me. It makes the bad pain and fatigue days a little better and it makes my day so much brighter knowing that I have encouraged someone else. When I know that I can help someone going through a similar situation it brings me joy in knowing that my pain has a purpose. I encourage you to reach out and spread hope and compassion to the hurting by getting involved in this project in any way you can. Your help, involvement and donations are greatly appreciated. Let's make a difference in the lives of those with chronic illness by blessing and encouraging them! Your kind and generous donation may mean that instead of spending a whole day in tears, they spent a whole day smiling- because of you.




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Tuesday, January 25, 2011

Beautiful


In the wee hours of one morning, another sleepless, restless night, a song played on the radio. A song that gently tugged at my heart and washed away all the heaviness which bound it. "You're beautiful (no, it wasn't James Blunt), you were made for so much more than all of this". A song, that in my despair, I needed to hear. I was feeling anything but beautiful and doubting that I had a purpose, a life beyond being "sick". I had been finding it really difficult not to let my illness define who I am when it demands my attention at times and when I spend my time dealing with it 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. To hear those sweetly sung lyrics was God's way of gracefully reminding me that I am beautiful and that He has made me for so much more than my current circumstance.

"The days will come when you don't have the strength, when all you hear is your not worth anything" hit my heart, hard. Everyday I've been struggling to find the strength to just get by and survive another day and because of that I had been feeling as if I wasn't worth anything. How could I be if I struggle to just have a shower or clean my room? "I'm praying that you have the heart to find, cause you are more than what is hurting you tonight". I have no doubt that God used that song to speak to me that night, it was His way of letting me know that I am made for something greater than all of this, that I am stronger than my illness and that I am so much more than a "sick" person. Being in the midst of one of the worst and longest fatigue flares and feeling totally overcome I realised that I am so much more than a "fatigued" person. How many times I've had to turn down an invitation because "I'm fatigued" really gets me down but recognising that despite how lousy I may feel on the inside- I am not fatigue. I am Emily and despite lacking energy I know that I am blessed beyond measure, talented, smart, determined and ambitious. I know that I am dearly loved with a love that lasts forever.

Upon searching for the song to share with you, I had no idea who the artist was nor did I know the title of the song. All I knew was that I had to find it, not only for me but for others also. Ever since I heard that song I have felt stirred to share it. And so, I randomly typed in 'Christian songs- Beautiful' in you tube not liking my chances of finding it but amazingly it was the first video that came up. A coincidence? Definitely not. This song was not only for me, it is for someone else too. I hope it speaks hope into someones life like it did for me.


Artist: Mercy Me, Song: Beautiful







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Monday, January 24, 2011

There's Always Next Time

Last year I wrote about the challenges of driving with chronic fatigue and I shared with you my frustration and excitement about getting through the hurdle of my last lot of driving lessons. After completing the driving lessons I finally went for my test in December last year. I was so happy that I got to the point of being prepared enough to go for my P's. After a long four, now going on five years of chronic fatigue, I never thought I'd get there.

I arrived at the testing place with more excitement than nerves about the fact that that day I would (I say would because I was expecting to pass) be driving home a P-plater. I gave my name to the receptionist and was assigned who I thought at first to be a lovely female Indian tester, who turned out to be one hell of a bitch (excuse my language, but she seriously was). I went for the test in my own car as I'm more comfortable driving in it, so my driving instructor was unable to come with me which meant it was just me and the tester in the car, which was kind of a disadvantage because there is no one to back me up on her unfairness. That driving test turned out to be one of the most horrible experiences. After five minutes of driving I didn't care if I failed I just wanted the test to end. I was tempted many times to pull over and make the horrible woman get out of my car. You know those people who are just plain miserable who give off bad vibes and you feel horrible and yucky just being in their presence? Well that was her. I like my car to be filled with happiness and her miserable demeanor was really quite disgusting. Appalling, actually. For a driving tester I would have expected a much more lively friendly persona but I guess my expectations were way too high in standards. This woman was the most disgusting, rudest and impatient person- every time I would turn out onto a main road she would make a point of letting out a sudden sigh when she thought I could have pulled out in between a gap in traffic. Now, my driving instructor clearly told me that if I didn't think that it was safe to go- don't. His theory was that it was much better to just get a penalty. Well clearly in her mind that was not the case, and sighing is just plain darn rude and not on when someone is taking their driving test. I bet if I had taken my instructors car, she would not have done that. I just think she was highly unprofessional and took advantage of the fact that I didn't have my instructor with me.

By the time I got to the second half of my test she had me feeling really flustered which is really quite dangerous (dumb woman) and I made a mistake. Eeek. I was sitting at a set of traffic lights waiting to turn left- the lights changed, I turned the corner and a little further around the corner there were another set of lights that were red adorned with a 'beware of pedestrians' sign. And so seeing the pedestrian standing ready to cross and the light beaming red, I stopped. The woman crossed the road, it all seemed good. Confusion soon washed over me as I quickly realised what I had just done didn't feel right. I kept on driving and the tester pipes up "you weren't suppose to stop there"- it was for the other side of the traffic lights. Oops. It was so deceiving, hence why she took me down there. Damn.

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I found myself back waiting for the results of one of the worst thirty minutes of my life. FAIL. I knew that I had failed, but it was still a shock to here it. There was a little part of me that still hoped I had a chance as I've heard of people doing much more stupid things in their test and passed. Had I not made the mistake at the set of lights, she would have failed me anyway and this fact makes me feel much better about things. I was set up to fail right from the beginning, and despite doing a brilliant reverse park, nothing could please this woman. She was a grump and one hell of a hard task master. She wasn't happy with me driving 10km under the speed limit (which is what my driving instructor told me to do) and a little less in the rain- and it was raining! I bet if I drove faster she would have failed me for that too! She was clearly a woman who was totally unhappy in her job (it really showed!) and who can't distinguish between home life and work life. I don't care what your job is- for goodness sakes, leave your personal problems behind. She couldn't even brave a fake smile and she looked like her face would break if she even attempted to.

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I've heard stories from friends who have gone for their licence who have been unfairly failed, discriminated against and it just really frustrates me that no tester has the same marking standards. I've heard of testers passing bad drivers and failing good ones, expecting different speed limits and it's just plain unprofessional to judge a persons driving capabilities based on what mood your in.

I came home so unhappy, upset, disappointed and feeling like a failure. All I wanted was to get my P's- to have one thing in my life work out for a change but instead of dwelling on the negatives of disappointment I whipped out my 'Things to be thankful for' list and got writing....



I am thankful that....
 
  • I have the joy of the Lord
  • I'm not a misery guts
  • I don't feel the need to impose my misery on others
  • I have a nice car to drive
  • I have a clean car (thanks to my Dad cleaning it for my test!)
  • I got writing material from this experience
  • I'm going to be a better and safer driver
  • I am more than a conqueror
  • I will eventually get my P's
  • I have the money to pay for another test
  • I have another chance to go for my P's
  • There is always a next time

And while I'll admit that the test did shake my confidence a little, I booked another test immediately, and I'm now looking forward to trying again. Hopefully I'll get a much more nicer and respectful tester next time round. I really do not want to fail again, I am so fragile as I'm struggling a little with fatigue and depression so it will be good if one thing can go right in my life for a change. The one thing I've learnt from this whole experience is that I'm not a failure.. it seems like I'm failing at everything at the moment but my God does not see me as a failure and neither should I.

 
Psalm 107: 28-30

"Then they cry out to the Lord in their trouble, and He brings them out of their distresses. He calms the storm, so that it's waves are still. Then they are glad because they are quiet; so he guides them to their desired haven."

 
- I woke up to this scripture placed under my bedroom door by my sweet Mum. I'm going for my P's again knowing that my God will calm the storm, and that He will guide me to my desired haven.
 

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Friday, January 21, 2011

Best Buys Of The Week- 21/01/11 Edition

 Here are this weeks best buys:



BYS Diamond Shadow. This eye shadow palette only cost $6! I bought it at a discount store (the other week actually- I've hardly been out this week damn fatigue)


I fell in love with the dynamic colours- they're bright and cheerful. I don't usually buy eye shadow as I can't seem to get it to look right without me looking like a freak, and I usually break out in eczema anyway, but I thought I'd venture out and have another try for something creative to do seeing as it was cheap. So far I've worn the light blue colour (bottom row 2nd from the left) and it looked alright, and I didn't break out in eczema! Hoorah! I can't wait to experiment with the other colours and try some different colour combinations!

The following purchases are from Koorong, a Christian bookstore. I managed to visit this store the other day despite a really terrible fatigue week. Here's what I picked up:


2011 desk calender. Featured on one side are the calender dates


and the other side is a picture of a teddy bear along with a scripture. Cute.


$3- score!


Wobbly by Vikki Roubin. One woman's journey through depression. From the quick flick through that I've had, it looks a great read. I can't wait to read it and write a book review for you! I foresee this as possible giveaway material.... we shall see.


Cup of hope. I'm beginning to have quite the mug collection. Scripture reads: "And His name will be the hope of all the world"- Matthew 12:21. I love this! I'm drinking from it right now :)


I hope you all have a lovely weekend!!



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Tuesday, January 18, 2011

Best Buys Of 2010- Spring Shopping


I'm feeling pretty down today, so I thought I'd do a cheerful post and show you what I picked up over spring last year. I could really do with some retail therapy at the moment (it works better than any antidepressant) but as usual I'm too darn fatigued. Maybe soon. Looking back at what bargains I bagged over spring makes me happy though. Here is what I found:



Gorgeous top from Target (where else!). $20. Just had to have it. I don't have many dressy going out at night kind of tops so this will be perfect for when I do finally get out to party at night!


My favourite pair of high heels right now. Yes, I have small feet but the bonus is that they always have my size! Well, usually. Some places don't cater for small feet. These cost me $7 (I know!) from Target. Love the colour! They look great combined with the following top pictured below and jeans.


One of my favourite purchases of last year. It was love at first sight. The picture doesn't capture the frills, yes it is very frilly! And it has butterflies amongst the flowers! This lovely top is from Big W (my sister works there so I get 5% off, ha!)- $24.


Lovely high heels from Target. Not so lovely when you have swollen feet- $7


 Gorgeous top from Target. I love the detailed flower embroidery! $4 (yes!)


I love these shoes! My favourite flats in my wardrobe, and they are SO comfortable! My family call them the 'frill neck lizard shoes'- they do look a bit like a frill neck lizard I suppose! Not only can people look like animals, shoes can too, ha!


And another nice top, this one is from Valley Girl (which is another store where I regularly shop). Pretty. $10.


PS- I am going to figure out how to remove those damn borders!


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Monday, January 17, 2011

My first blog giveaway winner!

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It's time to announce my first blog giveaway winner! Exciting!! Due to the fact that only three entered I decided to make things extra random to make things fair. So thanks to the true random number generator at random.org the three entries were each given a random number between 1-5. Here are those results:

Meri- 4
Alanna- 3
Phylor- 2

And the next first number that came up that was a number in the draw to win a $15 Amazon gift card was our winner.



And the winner is.......




Congratulations Alanna! Send me an email via the contacts page with your preferred email address that you would like the gift voucher to be sent to. Happy shopping!


Thanks to everyone who entered!



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The party's where the pizzas at!

I enjoyed the most delicious pizza for dinner last night, and for me to be posting about you know that it has to taste pretty amazing! I ordered the tandoori chicken pizza, bursting with vibrant flavour- it's a party in your mouth.



Dressed with chicken breast fillets marinated in tandoori spices, shallots & crushed cashews, drizzled with mint yoghurt. It was divine! I ordered the large size because I'm  a pig smart, I now have left overs for lunch today! So I have some energy spare to do something other than exhausting myself from making lunch, that's one thing to be thankful for today!



This pizza is from a gourmet pizza bar called Crust. It cost $20 for a large and that's the cheapest price for a large! I normally refuse to pay $20 (I'm trying not to think that I could have bought three tops for that price)  for a pizza but this pizza is the only exception so you know it must be good! It's totally worth every single cent! The last time I ordered from crust I tried the satay chicken pizza and that was pretty awesome too! Their pizza bases are quite thin so if you like yours thick, than the upper crust pizzas are probably the go. Although, a little more pricey at $23 but boy the Moroccan lamb one sounds good! They deliver quick, the pizzas are amazing and the service is great. Crust pizzas are highly recommended.




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Friday, January 14, 2011

Just some awesome giveaways....

I love blog giveaways, they are just so much fun! I've been entering a few lately and here are some fantastic ones that you should certainly stop by and maybe even enter:


Four Sisters In A Cottage  have some gorgeous vintage valentines day papers  up for grabs

The Gilded Cherub is hosting a big surprise giveaway. Love surprises!

Kaitlyn Maness also has a lovely 'pink'  giveaway that is well worth checking out




And let's not forget my giveaway that ends on the 17/1/2011- that's this Monday! Up for grabs is a $15 Amazon gift card if you leave a comment stating what your favourite post of 2010 was.


I hope you all have a lovely weekend!!




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Thursday, January 13, 2011

Spreading The Sticky Note Love Part 3- Reaching The Bloggers

Last year as a part of Invisible Illness Awareness Week in September, with the theme 'Each One Can Reach One', bloggers writing and sharing their experiences about life with chronic pain set out to place encouraging sticky notes in public places in an effort to encourage and inform those who live with chronic invisible illness that they are not alone. It was about validating a persons pain and spreading a message of hope-anonymously. Words are so powerful, and the fact that it can only take one note to change a life moved me. 'Each One Can Reach One' but I wanted to reach more. As a blogger myself, at times, I feel as though I am writing to a brick wall. Some days and even months comments have been few and far between and I have found myself at times wondering if I am making any difference, are people even reading? I have on many occasions almost hit the delete button- but something has kept me going. There have been countless days when I have felt stuck in a dark pit feeling so discouraged and I wonder how many other bloggers are feeling like this also. It was at that moment when I was feeling so discouraged that I knew that just sitting back and waiting for people to encourage me wasn't working, neither was it going to. I needed to reach out and encourage others, and so over the past four months I have been 'spreading the sticky note love' to bloggers. I have been visiting all the blogs on chronic pain and illness I can find (there are way too many, still so many I have to visit, it's going to take me a while!) and have been leaving encouraging comments. Encouraging people living in chronic pain is something I am so passionate about especially seeing as I can relate and empathise, and I'm hopefully even turning this into a massive blog campaign shortly. While I've been leaving encouraging comments, I have been amazed at the amount of bloggers who are writing their hearts out who have received no comments (and some of these bloggers have quite a big following!) This really breaks my heart. Blogging about pain is such a brave thing to do, and when you get no comments, let me tell you- it hurts. A lot. In regards to some awesome blogs I've been following (and the ones I'm still yet to come across) I've been making an effort to make sure that bloggers have at least one comment per post. Sure, it's not possible to do all the time, but surely with the amount of followers some of the bloggers have at least one person should be reading. Maybe the lack of comments is due to the fact that people don't know what to say, but really it isn't that hard and it only takes a few seconds of your time. Find something nice to say, encourage them, tell them they are doing a great job- be creative! This is something that I have been and will continue working on doing (it can be hard to keep up sometimes)- and the encouragement that I have found just by leaving an uplifting comment has greatly enriched my life. I must say though that I've learnt to comment without expecting replies and while most people do reply there are quite a few who don't (pretty rude if you ask me). So bloggers, if you do happen to get a nice encouraging comment from me or someone else- please reply. Yes, your in pain, I get that but if you are writing lengthy blog posts than surely the least you can say is 'thankyou'. It takes courage and effort to leave an encouraging comment and to not hear back is really discouraging (I feel a blog post on blogging etiquette coming on!)- enough said. So, if you are reading this and you're a chronic pain blogger and I haven't yet stopped by your blog and left a comment (and you would like me to)- leave me your link in the comments section.


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I personally also want to take the time to say thank you to my readers and followers who have left me comments consistently and sent me beautiful emails- it really brightens my day. The fact that you have taken time out to read a post and leave an encouraging comment means so much to me and really makes those bad pain and fatigue days just that little bit better, so thank you from the bottom of my heart. I encourage you to reach out and spread hope to the hurting by 'spreading the sticky note love' to the bloggers. Your kind and encouraging words may mean that instead of spending a whole day in tears, they spent a whole day smiling- because of you.


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Wednesday, January 12, 2011

Top Beauty Products Of 2010


The following are all beauty products which have been tried and tested by me throughout last year. All of the products featured in this post are products which I absolutely love and would re-purchase in 2011. I won't go into detail as I will be posting reviews on these products soon. Here are my top favourite beauty products of 2010:




OPI nail lacquer

 Gillette Venus Embrace

 Sukin foaming facial cleanser


 Vaseline cocoa butter deep conditioning body lotion

 Herbal Essences classic herbal moisture balancing shampoo

 Formula 10.0.6 overnight success spot minimising patches

 Nivea double effect violet senses anti-perspirant deodorant


 Herbal Essences long term relationship red raspberry & satin shampoo


 Colgate plax whitening stain prevention mouthwash


 Le Tan daily glow moisturisation

 Schwarzkopf deep nutrition Shea cashmere conditioner


 Palmolive naturals moisturising shower creme with pomegranate extract


 Dove beauty care triple moisturising body wash


 Prestige skin loving minerals sun baked mineral bronzing powder in pure shimmer


 Physicians formula mineral face powder in beige


 Physicians formula mineral blush in rosy glow


Physicians formula mineral loose powder in translucent light 


Physicians formula matte finishing veil in translucent 


 Sukin facial scrub

Jovees neem & long pepper acne cream 


 Nair soft raspberry hair removal cream


 The Body Shop blue corn 3-in-1 deep cleansing mask


 Burt's Bees peach & willowbark deep pore scrub


 Jovees tea tree oil control face wash


 MooGoo oil cleansing method


 Beautique Professional pure microdermabrasion


 Beautique Professional green tea cleanser

 Burt's Bees natural anti-blemish solutions pore refining scrub with willowbark

 Burt's Bees natural anti-blemish solutions purifying daily cleanser


 Max Factor colour adapt skin tone adapting makeup in creamy ivory


 MooGoo cow lick balm

Maybelline New York the Colossal Volum Express in glam black 


 Prestige vinylwear high shine lipgloss in glaze


 Maybelline New York Lash Stiletto in soft black


Revlon super lustrious lipgloss in glossy rose






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