29 Dec 2018

Best Food Supplement Drinks in 2018

Best Food Supplement Drinks in 2018

You know how it goes, you have forgotten about your physical training, enjoyed a lot of unhealthy food, and ended up in gaining extra pounds that you still can't get rid off. Of course, you could start practising exhausting physical exercises, but you know that you are most likely to spend a lot of time on it with a little to no result, if you want use food supplement drinks. The main problem with those supplement drinks that you can't trust them without digging some information on them. To make a task a little bit easier for you, we've conducted a list of the best food supplement drinks of 2018 and what you need to know about them.


Fast Shampoo and Conditioner £24.99.

I don't know anyone that ever asks for a 'mid-length' haircut/style. Short, above or on the shoulder, yes. Super long, yes. But I have never heard anybody pining over mid-length hair. Celebrity hair styles are a whole different territory; who doesn't want Alexa Chung hair?! Exceptions aside though, I'm sure you all know what I mean.
So, like the majority of people in the mid-length hair category, I am, and have been for years, trying to grow my hair and whilst I have had mild success, the dream is soon over when it's time for that dreaded trim and my ends need a good chop taking me right back to square one plus about 3mm, nothing groundbreaking there then!
Recently though, I have been giving Nisim's FAST products a try and so far, so good. 
FAST is actually a pretty clever name for the Shampoo and Conditioner duo as it stands for Fortified Amino Scalp Therapy and It makes your hair grow fast- genius, hey?! 
The idea is that by using FAST shampoo and conditioner every day, your hair can grow up to 99% faster than it's normal  rate! Sounds promising if not a little too good to be true, but in all honesty, the rate of my hair growth has increased by a pretty hefty amount.
So, I've measured this since I went back blonde so I have root regrowth to check on and in seven weeks, my hair has grown around an inch and a half which compared to the average growth of half an inch per month, is not at all bad, especially as my hair grows much slower than that average normally.
I think it's also important to say that both the shampoo and conditioner are both really lovely too. They make my hair feel soft and strong and the shampoo, my goodness does that stuff froth up like crazy. 
Another great thing is that my hair is not coated or weighed down which, having fine hair, is such a bonus for me.
FAST's Shampoo and Conditioner pack is by no means cheap but if it's going to help me in my Rapunzel quest, I'm going to carry on using it.
What are your thoughts on FAST? Have you tried it?

Saturday, 17 August 2013


HealGel Eye £32.00.*

I've previously spoken about the Face product from HealGel (here) and said at the end of that post that I was hoping to get the Eye product next and sure enough, the little blue bottle of genius became mine pretty soon after- is two days a little obsessive? Probably, but regardless HealGel Eye is just as amazing as HealGel Face and I would have been daft not to try it out too.
So, to catch you up if you didn't read my last HealGel post; HealGel products were developed by cosmetic surgeons and biochemists as well as a top secret actor and there are three products in the range- HealGel Intensive, HealGel Face and today's star, HealGel Eye.
HealGel Eye is formulated to lift, brighten and revive eyes by using an advance corrective formula. Like any other eye cream, you apply it around the eyes using a light dabbing motion with your ring finger to avoid dragging.
The product is a really lovely lightweight gel that sinks in seamlessly. It's not sticky or greasy and it smells really nice too!
I was well and truly ready to put the anti-puffiness aspect of HealGel Eye to the test after months of the nasty hayfever season and I can honestly say that I have noticed a difference already. The skin feels much less puffy and instead are much tighter.
Another result of hayfever and said puffy eyes, is dryness around the eye area and HealGel Eye has been my solution to this too. I think this may be down to the hyaluronic acid complex which is said to lock in moisture.
I absolutely love HealGel Eye and having tried two out of three products from HealGel, I can honestly say that the range as a whole is incredible. All of HealGel's promises are met and I will definitely be keeping these products in my life for a very long time. Plus, Pixiwoo have said in a video how much they love the HealGel range (here, at 2.50) and if it's good enough for Youtube's top makeup artists...

Wednesday, 14 August 2013


L'Oreal Professionnel Mythic Oil £13.95.

I feel like I've been posting about so many hair products recently but in all honesty, that's because I have been really getting into looking after my hair over the past few months. I have always looked after my hair but lately, I've really upped the anti in my efforts to grow it and with that has come the discovery of lots of new (to me) amazing products!
Without waffling on any more than I have already, I'll get on to today's subject- L'oreal Professionnel Mythic Oil.
Now, this was a bit of a 'I've heard so many great things about it, now I want to try it for myself' type buy but you know what, sometimes 'peer pressure' is a wonderful thing because since caving and buying myself this, I have been one very happy bunny.
The Mythic Oil is very lightweight and is easily absorbed by the hair meaning it doesn't leave hair feeling or looking at all tacky or greasy. It's also a lot thinner and more liquid-y than any other hair oils that I've used which I personally really like as I feel that it adds more texture to the hair somehow, which with super flat hair like mine, is a godsend!
The oil contains avocado and grape seed oil which are a lot of hair oils because of their beauty benefits, and promises five main results; deep nourishment- check. Intense shine-check. Suppleness of the hair-check! Easy blow-drying-check. And finally, long-lasting anti-frizz... check!
Ok, so on the deep nourishment front, my hair feels lovely and soft and silky and it lasts too, beyond the oil drying! 
Intense shine is pretty self explanatory, and the Mythic Oil does make my hair really shiny, which can be hard to achieve with blonde hair as opposed to darker hair.
Suppleness is a funny one, the word 'supple' is just not something that I'd ever associate with hair but I've taken supple to mean swishy and texturised, sorry if I'm wrong, but even if I am, this oil does that anyway.
Blow drying is made easier, somehow this oil makes my hair seem to dry a lot quicker than when I'm not using it, always a bonus- extra time in bed!
And finally, my hair is a mass of frizz at the moment because of this daft weather and this is definitely helpful in reducing that.
So, now I've gone through that little checklist, I'll go in to how I use my Mythic Oil; I like to use a couple of pumps through the ends when my hair is damp and then just one pump, rubbed into my hands and then ran through the ends again once dry to help add shine and texture and banish frizz.
I absolutely adore L'Oreal Professionnel Mythic Oil, more than Moroccan Oil in fact and will be continuing to use this in the future- particularly as the price point is so attractive.
Have you tried Mythic Oil?

Tuesday, 13 August 2013


YUKO Lock in Color Shampoo and Treatement £12.50 each*.

YUKO is a Japanese haircare brand that was created in 1996 by salon owner Yuko, to meet the needs of not only her clients but thousands of women all around the world. The brand has since grown to boast a large range of products and usage in over 70,000 salons worldwide. Pretty impressive, hey?
So with these statistics in mind, I was expecting good things from YUKO and their Lock In Color Shampoo and Treatment which is specially formulated for coloured hair to help repair hair damaged by colour and to keep it in tip top condition.
Both the Lock In Color Shampoo and Treatment are designed for regular use and contain hydrolysed silk, UV filters and edelweiss (the little daisy-like plant, not the song from that old musical!).
The shampoo is designed to lock in colour and strengthen the hair and is aided by the treatment which is basically just a super intensive conditioner which is said to lock in colour, detangle and deeply moisturise.
The two combined are expected to leave hair soft, smooth and strong and I can honestly say that this claim is true! 
As you will know, I bang on about it enough, I recently went from having super dark hair back to blonde and while my blonde hair makes me feel all summery it is also a constant battle to keep it in good condition after all the trauma it has been through. Lucky for me YUKO seem to have created the perfect solution in the form of their Lock In Color Shampoo and Treatment.
First off, the Shampoo is really lovely. It lathers up really nicely and doesn't weigh my hair down at all. It leaves it feeling clean and strong and silky without feeling coated. The same can be reported for the Treatment; I like to slap a load of this on my hair, wait for a few minutes then rinse it off. It again leaves my hair feeling strong and silky. I think that the hydrolysed silk is to thank for this because my hair really does feel like silk! 
I cannot explain how great this duo are and how much good they appear to be doing for my hair. I really recommend YUKO's Lock In Color duo and would love to know if you are planning on trying out any of their products which can be read about here.

P.s, today is my blog's first Birthday! I just want to say a quick thank you for all of your support along the way and let you know that I will be doing a proper post to acknowledge this within the next few days. Thank you again, and lots of love!  

Saturday, 10 August 2013


Clynol Repair Caress Split Ends Repair Fluid £7.28.*

I've been saving posting about this baby for a special occasion so I hope you're all ready for this little wonder product from Clynol.
Clynol Repair Caress Split Ends Repair Fluid is, much like the Herbal Essences Beautiful Ends Cream (which I spoke about here), a cream that you apply to the ends of damp or dry hair which then seals them preventing further split ends and hiding the appearance of already existing ones. Now, as you can tell from my review, I absolutely love the Herbal Essences one, but this one from Clynol is in a league of it's own!
The Split Ends Repair Fluid makes my ends feel like silk, not just soft, like actual silk.
It contains macadamia oil, olive oil, sweet almond oil, apricot kernel oil, marula oil, sesame oil and argan oil! So to sum up, a whole load of oils but a whole load of very beneficial oils. They 'heal' split ends making them appear smoother and less brittle/frazzled, to the point you can't see them at all, and protect from further split ends too! And that's exactly what this little tube from Clynol does- protecting hair fibres and cuticles on it's journey.
Now we've established that it's amazing(!!) I would also like to tell you how good it smells. It reminds me of something I've smelled before but can't quite put my finger on. It could be a sun cream, I'm probably wrong but if I figure it out, I'll be sure to let you know. Either way, it's delicious.
Another great thing is that you only need to use a tiny amount each time to this 75ml tube could well last you months.
I personally like to use the Repair Caress Split Ends Repair Fluid on damp hair and then leave it to dry naturally but have tried it on dry hair too and it works just as well that way.
I love this little tube and for it's really cheap price on Hairtrade.com, I will definitely be repurchasing. Will you be giving Clynol's Repair Caress Split Ends Repair Fluid a try?

Friday, 9 August 2013


 Blushes £4.00 each.

I saw a few of these custom palettes from FashionistA floating around the blogging world a few months back now, when they were first introduced and was always intrigued but never took the plunge of buying one for myself, so when I was browsing the Superdrug website recently and spotted they were on offer, I decided to take full advantage and fill up my very own little blush palette.
Each blush comes in it's own little pot which you can either keep singularly or depot and slot into the custom palette. The blushes just click out of their single pots and straight in to the four piece palette really easily with no mess or fuss. I was really chuffed with this because there's nothing worse than having to fight to depot something! The palette itself is £5.00 and the blushes, £4.00 each which is pretty pleasing too, especially for the quality of these blushes which I'll get on to in a minute.
I chose my four shades, which I must say aren't all that true to Superdrug's online swatches, but I like them even more than aforementioned swatches anyway so I was a super happy bunny when opening them. The shades I went for are Amber Glow (bottom right).
Juicy Apricot (first swatch) is a gorgeous true peach colour with a tiny hint of shimmer and is my favourite of the bunch. 
Blushing Coral (second swatch) is the arguably the brightest shade out of my picks and is a matte, coral shade. 
Rose Glow (third swatch) is much paler than Blushing Coral and is much more of a matte Barbie pink than a coral. This is probably the most subtle of the four once applied and the pigmentation is slightly weaker than the rest but is able to meet the same intensity if built up.
Finally, Amber Glow (last swatch) is a gorgeous shimmery peachy/coral shade. It has much more coral to it than Juicy Apricot and is a deeper shade. The shimmer in this one is much more obvious than in Juicy Apricot too, and this one is more of a 'night time' blush for me.
All four shades are absolutely beautiful and the handy palette means that I am able to easily carry about four shades that will have me set for any potential occasions I may need a blush for. The pigmentation of the powders is incredible and they each stay put for the full day without any colour fade. They feel lovely and silky and are just absolutely lovely to use. 
I don't think you can go wrong with the FashionistA Custom Blush Palette and I will definitely be choosing four more shades to go in my next custom palette- they also do some bronzers which fit so I may add a couple of those to my collection too.
Will you be giving FashionistA a look in?

Thursday, 8 August 2013


As you will all know (if you've been reading my blog for over a month or have at least looked back through some older posts) I recently went back blonde after having almost black hair- part three of that post will be coming soon, I promise. Now, in this process, naturally my ends became a little drier than normal, multiple rounds of bleach are no one's friend.
I hate, hate, hate dry ends on blonde hair. I think it just makes hair look like plastic dolls hair that's got all tangled and matted over the years, I hope you're following me here, so after a good trim, I set out to deal with the remainder of my dry ends and this little red bottle has been a godsend.
Herbal Essences Beautiful Ends Split End Protection Cream, to give it it's full name, is applied to damp or dry hair at the ends and helps to keep ends soft and split ends at bay and I have to admit, it really does! My ends feel soft and hair-like, not remotely like straw and they smell delicious. Red Raspberry and Silk is my favourite Herbal Essences product in terms of smell which is a good job because the gorgeous smell hands around for a while, I love it!
I will continue to repurchase this until the discontinue it, (please never discontinue it Herbal Essences) because five pounds for keeping your hair beautiful is such a teeny price to pay! Have you tried the Beautiful Ends Cream yet?