So today I decided to do a simple review on the two cleansers that I bought last month. Since it has already been a month since I started using them, I believe I’ve got the ‘license’ to leave commentaries that’s if I like them, if I don’t and what’s good have they done to my skin.
First is the Chia Seed Fresh Cleansing Foam from The Face Shop.
I’ve been meaning to try this one since I started using the emulsion from the same line. I am obsessed with the emulsion so I figured the cleanser would be good too and I was right. It is not like the best cleanser but it’s good. At least it doesn’t break me out. Not WOW! but just wow, y’know what I mean, right?
I use this cleanser every morning (with bare hands) and I notice that my skin is less oily for the next 6 hours.
From the packaging, it claims to remove impurities trapped in pores, leaving skin feeling fresh and clean. It does leave my skin feeling fresh and clean. It smells so good too, very mild and refreshing and it wakes me up so I like that about it.
The website says that this cleanser contains soluble scrub to exfoliate and care for pores at the same time. I barely see any beads but it does feel a little rough (but not sharp or harsh or anything like that) to the touch. So I guess that’s the exfoliator.
* Saponins are glycosides with a distinctive foaming characteristic. They are found in many plants. Thanks, Google.
But I picked it up during my birthday month so I got 30% off. I took the advantage of the discount and picked up another cleanser which is the Rice Water Bright Cleansing Foam. I think I’ll do a separate post on this one since this post is already pretty lengthy. So, see you there!
The other day, I posted a picture up on my Instagram with a rather emotional caption. It was pretty harsh considering the fact that I have my co-workers and my kids following me on there.
The post was about my feelings towards my job.
I don’t know about you but I never have passion for my job.
To put it simple, I HATE MY JOB. It is sad, as it is the only job I am qualified to do right now.
But who cares about qualifications, right?
Especially this year, I am so fucking stressed out.
I have reached to the point where I hardly sleep at night. Even if I sleep, I wake up every hour just to check on my phone to see if there are any texts from my boss or co-workers. I am constantly on call. I love my sleep and this kind of obnoxious.
I risk my health for the job with a little less than decent pay. Honestly, my salary has yet to reach RM5k monthly. It will though next year because we have a fixed annual increment. But I don’t know if it’s worth it. I just know that I don’t deserve this shit.
I found myself screaming and crying (twice) in my room at work. I even kicked the chair and slammed the table countless times because I can’t simply let my anger out on people, right? And I don’t know where to channel my frustration. I’ve been holding it in for too long and it has taken its toll on me. If I could drink alcohol, I would.
I finally joined the bandwagon and to be honest, I’m not really a big fan of Pokemon. I’m one of those people who play the game because everybody does.
I’m not sorry.
I’m such a bad bad trainer because on the first day of playing it, I was out of Pokeball already, LOL. I am so bad at throwing Pokeball.
So I shamelessly registered for a new Pokemon Trainer Club account and even so, I am currently at Level 2 (cannot battle ).
So slow, lol.
By far, I have only 2 Pokemon (Pikachu & Paras) in the Pokedex with 58 Pokeballs. I’m not gonna waste any more Pokeball so I’m being extra careful. I’m gonna take my time to catch Pokemon and I have actually talked to my friend about going on a Pokemon hunt soon.