In addition to anti-aging products, I’m a cheap whore for anything that whitens/brightens. Not in a Michael Jackson way of course, but just to keep my freckles under control.
One my favorite products was once the Kose Seikisho Mask White. I say “once” because I used it last night for the first time in several months, and I nearly tore my face off as I removed the mask.
This never bothered me before, but my skin suddenly seems more sensitive now. Afterwards I had a couple of red blotches and my forehead seemed extra wrinkly, as though dehydrated.
I may try it again in a couple of weeks, but I have a feeling it’s too harsh for my face now, at least in winter. Alternatively, I also use the Kose Sekkisei Herbal Esthetic whitening mask, which is creamy and very gentle.
I used to only be able to get Kose Sekkisei online or overseas, but now Bath & Bodyworks, of all places, carries a limited selection.
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In other news, ES is coming to town this afternoon. Her flight should have gotten in by now. Our plans tonight are to see SB and Ellie, and then go out to dinner (SB only). Tomorrow ES is having lunch with her mom and aunt, and then seeing a show with her mom.
I’m taking the day off but an unsure about what I want to do. At first I thought I’d just do the show, but now I’m thinking I may just do lunch. That way I can still work out in the morning, then have the afternoon to pack for the weekend. Besides, I’d rather have yummy lunch then spend a wad of cash on a show I may or may not really want to see.
ES would like to see the parade on Thursday. I was gung ho about it at first, but now I’m rethinking my decision. I’m not a fan of crowds, especially weighed down by my overnight bag and laptop.
I’m behind on NaNoWriMo. I’m finding it nearly possible to write during the day in between meetings and work-related stuff (and blogging, heh heh). Last night I was lazy, and these next two nights ES is here. Luckily I have this nice long weekend to make up for it.
This entry was posted on Tuesday, November 21st, 2006 at 1:46 pm and is filed under holidays, nanowrimo.
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