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WATSONS HAUL


Hello bellas!

So, I've already consumed the 25ml Celeteque DermoScience Hydration facial wash and toner on the 28th day of September which I started using on the 1st day of the same month. You can read my journey to skin care here and the result of Celeteque DermoScience Hydration Products on my combination skin type here.

Moving forward, I went to Watsons near my place that day to buy it again BUT- 

The Security Guard, yes, the Security Guard not the Sales Lady haha suggested otherwise. I bought it and also some new items, I mean, new to me. And I thought of sharing my Watsons haul with you all. 


Let's begin with the the product suggested by the Security Guard:

GARNIER GLOW UP STARTER KIT (P109.00)

I had a hard time pronouncing Garnier, so, I asked wikipedia for help, according to it, garnier is pronounce as garniay (French pronunciation). 

It's a good thing they come up with a starter kit perfect for someone who will try the products for the first time.

The kit includes:
  • 50 ml of Micellar Water that claims to deeply cleanse oil and dirt without drying or irritation which I used twice a day. 
  • 7.5 ml Vitamin C Serum that claims to fade dark spots in 3 days which I used every after cleansing with Micellar Water. 
  • 7 ml Day Cream that claims to get nourished, smoother and protected skin while fading spots and pimple marks which I used every morning after applying Vitamin C Serum. 
The reason I bought it is because of their claim to fade pimple marks. I had 4 pimples last month, three of them just clear out on their own after almost a week and one marked on my face. 

It's the 3rd day as of this writing, sadly, the pimple mark is still there. I'll give these products a grace period of two weeks and will gonna update you with the result.

Next,

MEGAN DETOX AND LIGHTENING PEEL-OFF MASK WITH CHARCOAL EXTRACT (P28.00)


I've used peel-off mask before but not this brand. I was holding another brand of peel-off mask when the Sales Lady suggested that Megan Peel-off Mask is way better, it will removes ALL the impurities on your face. She really emphasized the word "all."  

I applied it after exfoliating. And I am convinced, it's way better. It removes impurities especially on my nose but not all, maybe if continue use. Btw, I apply it all over my face and aww it was painful to peel off the mask on the cheek part. I'm afraid it will damage my epidermis. I'll just apply it on my nose and chin the next time.

Next, 

SELSUN BLUE PRO ANTI-DANDRUFF SHAMPOO (P36.00) 

My dandruff made a comeback after a long while and I want to get rid of it instantly. I was looking for Nizoral but it's out of stock in Watsons and Mercury. So I bought Selsun Blue, which is also a medicated shampoo. 

It's cheaper by P26.25 but it did treat my dandruff on my first wash. But when I go back to my everyday shampoo, there's the dandruff again. I need to change it. 

Next, 

MORINGA-O2 2IN1 HERBAL SHAMPOO AND CONDITIONER (P110.00)

The only kind of shampoo my scalp is compatible with is anti-dandruff. And Head and Shoulders is the longest anti-dandruff shampoo I ever had. But since I bought the Soft and Silky with New Formula labeled on it, I started to have flakings. 

So, I'm taking a break from it and I'm gonna try the Herbal anti-dandruff shampoo. So far, I'm 99% dandruff free. 

Last, 

DOVE NOURISHING BODY WASH (P31.50)


I love Dove because I can used it on my face, body and safe to use down there. It's ph level is 7.0. It also transformed my dry skin into soft and smooth skin in one wash, but I don't usually buy the body wash coz it cost higher than the soap bar. But this is on 50% off, so, I grabbed it!


That's all for my Watsons Haul. I will not include the sanitary napkin because it's not new to me. And so the coin purse. It's mine. My real name is on it. :") 



So much love,
Sweet❤️

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