Monday, February 23, 2015

Popsugar Must Have March 2015 Theme and Spoiler! Plus Enter my Popsugar Giveaway!

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 The March 2015 Popsugar first spoiler has been released but earlier this month, we had a sneak peek into the theme!  Expect something citrus and refreshing and something to help you while traveling.  I have an idea that the spoiler below can be labeled "Renewal" if necessary, too :)

The Cost: $39.95

What You Get: Full size, premium products dealing with Home, Fashion, Fitness, Beauty and Food!


 popsugar must have spoiler march 2015
Renew and revive your skin with Bliss MicroMagic Microdermabrasion Treatment!  It's full size and has a $48 value!  I love microdermabrasion scrubs!  I use them once a week and I really feel like they help get rid of those stubborn dead skin cells that dull the skin.

This Bliss product gets rave (seriously) reviews at Sephora.  You can see the product description here.

A powerful yet gentle cream-based exfoliating treatment that removes dead skin cell buildup with fine volcanic pumice and soothing, nourishing ingredients.
What do you think?!  Ready for the March Box?!  Also, ten subscribers will receive a $100 Baublebar Gift Card!


You have a chance to WIN this March Box in my One Year Blogiversary Giveaway!  Head to my post and enter now!

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5 comments:

  1. I read all the great reviews on this product and I was super excited at first, but then I was reading that there are a ton of parabens (I think 5?!) in this product..which is a huge bummer. :( I used to not really care about that stuff, but the more I read about it the more I don't want to put parabens anywhere near my body! I think it's still a good addition to the box though and I know plenty of people who would still love to use it, so I'm still excited!

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    1. I think you have little to worry about in a wash off mask. Avoiding parabens is not a bad thing, though. My only issue is that there are too many biased reports made on certain ingredients. I don't like fear-mongering and I don't like it when those with agendas disseminate false findings or distort true scientific studies.

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    2. I couldn't agree with you more. There are naturally occurring parabens in fruits and vegetables that we ingest. There is very little chance of damage from an externally used product that touches your skin for 30 seconds.

      That said, I'm trying out so many new haas and vitamin c serums, if I used this, I'd probably scrub my skin off. So....tradsies for me on this one.

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    3. Yeah, I think my reservations are with the pumice. Depends, though, on the grit level. While I might not use it on my face, it'd probably be great as a body scrub. Actually, I think that's exactly what I'll use it for! ๐Ÿ˜ƒ

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    4. Yeah, I think my reservations are with the pumice. Depends, though, on the grit level. While I might not use it on my face, it'd probably be great as a body scrub. Actually, I think that's exactly what I'll use it for! ๐Ÿ˜ƒ

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