Monday October 8, 2018

This is what I purchased today from The UPS Store. I visited the store to return a pair of New Balance sneakers that supported Breast Cancer rsearch. They first caught my eye because they were bright pink buuuut when I found out that the proceeds were going towards this worthy cause I really was excited to read how the company was participating.

From New Balance:

In 2018, 2019, and 2020 New Balance shall contribute 5% of the MSRP of each product sold from New Balance’s Lace Up for the Cure® Collection to Susan G. Komen, with a guaranteed minimum donation of $500,000 each year. For more information, visit www.komen.org.

Sulwhasoo: The No. 1 Cosmetic in Korea

I also returned Sulwhasoo, two products that didn’t work for me. This usually spot-on brand can be found at Neiman Marcus and Sulwhasoo, and Amazon. I’m looking into Lancôme’s products!

Lancôme: I like Lancôme because it’s so clean and fresh. The entire range looks young, fun, and pretty. The packaging is feminine. I like the way it looks on my counter top. The price point is medium-rare—to put it in steak terms! It’s expensive (Lancôme prices, in Skin Care, which is what I’m specifically looking at, range from $25-$70). You can get an entire gift-set for $130.

Any other skin care suggestions? Do you use any special anti-aging creams? I’m looking into neck creams and décolletage area creams. What to buy? I’m an avid Allure Magazine reader and trust their advice.

I’m also going to a dermatologist this week.

Anyway, this is what I bought today. Vivid and sharp scissors from Scotch caught my eye because they are a unique color and they have a fairly sharp point. I also purchased this Scotch tape holder featuring a brand new roll of scotch tape.

In addition to household and office products, I purchased #Popsockets. I actually have something similar already. I received a free gift from Sulwhasoo.

Popsockets are all the rage. Mine matches this “Donut” craze I’ve been on, perhaps because I’m thinking of California…The Land of Donuts. Of course, the east coast is no slouch, what with their cronut craze.

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