A great moisture mask for autumn

I have been searching for a good moisture mask for a while, nothing really suits my taste, it's either to watery, or too moisturising. Until I found this Dermalogica - Intensive Moisture Masque, it's white in colour, a nice texture (I hate the soft-turned-hard ones which would make you unable to talk), easy to apply. And just 10 mins, then rinse with water. My skin feels supple, but not too overly supple, it could also be applied to neck which is an area many women forget to take care of (it could reveal your age!!).

The description:

A creamy, moisture-replenishing masque that provides vital nourishment for ultra-dry skin. Skin-conditioning Evening Primrose Oil and antioxidant Vitamin E restore skin's softness and suppleness. Revitalizing plant extracts, Honey and Vitamins A and C bind moisture to the skin, helping to alleviate fine lines and visible dryness. Contains no artificial fragrance or color.

The usage:

Apply generously to cleaned face and throat. Allow masque to set for 10 minutes. Rinse thoroughly with warm water. Use masque once or twice a week as needed. Follow with a moisturizer.

This is a great treat for your face, use it twice a week to make it brighter.

I wonder if it would really be better to match a Dermalogica moisturizer with it...should I or should I not?


Online shopping saves money

Last week I was visiting the beauty blog I always go to as usual, I was shocked when I saw the post by that blogger which read sth like "I would be posting much less often as usual since the global economy crisis is really severe and I won't complain even though I have to work 16 hrs every day. It's already better than many people who lost their jobs..." It striked me because it feels like it's really hitting every tiny corner of the world, and this makes me even more incline to go shopping online. It's good because I don't have to go out which saves transportation cost, and the things I buy could arrive right at my doorstep. I don't have to be bugged by sales people. It saves a lot of hassle.

Under this kind of economic situation, everyone is trying to save a penny whenever they could, so are you going to go out less and shop more online? Or would you still go out but do more window shopping? What do you think?

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