How much of product does one have to use? πŸŒ‘

Hi beauties… ❀️❀️
Hope you all are having a wonderful weekend. 

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Today I want to focus on a very interesting topic. Ever thought about how much of product you need to apply to your face? πŸŒ€
Usually, most of us go overboard and then sit with an over-moisturized face, or too much eye creme that we try and dab in, for minutes on end.  
However, all your worries can end today! As I was scrolling on the internet, I came across this image which PERFECTLY shows you the amount of product you need. 🎯

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▢️ beauty tip – Always use quite a bit of cleanser and gently lather into the skin, then allow it to soak into the pores. Rinse gently, and feel how silky smooth your skin is! Cleansers clean your pores thoroughly and remove the excess oils, if you suffer from oily/combination skin or acne prone skin, then make sure you buy cleansers that are made for combination/oily skin. 
I hope this image helps some, if not all of you reading this. ☺️☺️

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Konjac Sponge βšͺ️

 
Hi All. Today I’ll be doing a review on the konjac sponge, which I found to be absolutely amazing and a must buy. Especially if you suffer with problem type skin. 
I’m usually always skeptical when new things come on the market, I always try and see whether or not it’s worth using n secondly, whether it’s worth wasting your money on the product. 

Anyway back to the sponge ➑️ for those who don’t know what this is, it’s a sponge made from vegetable fibre, which is used to deeply cleanse the skin, also by exfoliating and detoxifying the skin. This works wonders with acne prone skin, or oily skin. However those who don’t have a problem with their skin, can use this too. 😊 it’s friendly to sensitive skins and even safe enough  to use on babies. ☺️

When you first open up the packaging, the sponge feels rather hard, all you have to do is rinse it under warm Water for it to soften up. Once softened, it feels amazing!!! 

 

These sponges come in 5 colours for different skin uses with each below-

1) The white one- is for all skin types.

2) The black one- for oily and acne prone skin.

3) The green one- for oily and combination skin.

4)The red one- more for matured, damaged skin.

5) The pink one- for tired skin.  

I wish I could explain the texture of this sponge, knowing it feels so good without it having any colourants, or chemicals,  which is healthy for your skin, and will keep your skin smiling throughout the day.
I got this sponge from Allure Makeup, it’s one of my best skincare products that I’ve invested in, I recommend it to each and everyone of you, age doesn’t matter. πŸ˜‰

Has anyone tried this sponge out? If so, what’s your opinion on it? 

Those who haven’t, would you try it out? 

Let me know in the comments below. 

Love, 

Salmaa πŸ’‹