Friday, January 21, 2011

China Glaze - White Tea Extract, manicure soak


At first I was like huuuh...but then I was like aaahhh :)

I actually picked this one out with one of my latest online hauls, just to pick one last bottle to get 9 for a small flate envelope/package. Its just a watse if you don`t pick 9, and most bottles from China Glaze are 3-5dollars....and in my country it`s even double in euros :S After clicking the button of sending out the order I realised wow this could be an amazing product. Ofc I smear my hands during the day about 6 times with lotions and cremes, but how would my skin react to a nice little bath?! Since it came in without the packaging I needed to do a little search on the web how to use or even apply it. Indeed you can apply it with the brush directly onto your cuticles...leave it on for a couple of minutes and gently rinse it of. But if you use the little dripthingy you can use a small amount in a little handbath :)...or manicurebowl. Ooehh love the scent. It`s a fresh flowery scent, but not overwhelming at all.

I really had the feeling this was genle for my skin and nails. I did use a small amount of neutral body lotion as  I always do after getting in contact with water. But by the time it was evening my skin still felt so smooth, my cuticles looked so healthy, I`m not 100% what it should do... White Tea Extract massage Oil
Light textured oil rich in potent antioxidants that penetrates deep into the skin while brightening and revitalizing hands, nails and cuticles. ( according to Trans Design, talking about the massage oil ).... but to me it works :)

5 reacties:

Playing With Polish said...

Interesting. I have a lot of China Glaze, but I have never tried this soak. Thank you for reviewing it!

I have tagged you for the Stylish Blogger Award :-D http://www.playingwithpolish.com/2011/01/stylish-blogger-award/

Beauty shades said...

I never heard about this china glaze soak. Seems different :)

Martje said...

tbh...for this amount of money, people should really try it. It`s lovely!!

Lacquer Ware for Tips and Toes said...

Looks interesting. I've seen it, but not purchased it. Thanks for the review. :)

Steph said...

ive never heard of this before. ill have to do some research on it!! :) xx

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