Eye makeup remover that really takes off your makeup? Now that is just crazy

I know what you are thinking skeptical you: An eye make up remover that actually removes my make up?  That is a myth.  Everyone knows it doesn't exsist.  Or does it?
        All you ladies know what I am talking about.  We use the gook from the store to remove the make up from around our eyes, wash our face, and then when we dry our face we see two marks on our towel where our eyes have been.  The remains of our makeup as we remove the rest of our mascara.  Then I usually have to go back and put more gook on a q-tip to swipe under neath my eyes and rub my eyelashes all over again.  I skip washing my whole face a second time because I am afraid of another pair of black mini caterpillars residing on my towel indefinitely.  By the time I am done with my face washing and moisturizing routine my eyes feel irritated by the amount of work I put them through.
ENTER: Sei Bella dual eye make up remover

As some of you may know I have been a loyal Mary Kay user for many years.  I really did like their remover because it didn't sting like the dickens if it got in my eye BUT I had to use a lot because of the issues stated above.  I was introduced to a new company recently.  I could write a whole post about this amazing company that boasts all natural, tree hugging goodness but that will wait for another day.  Anywho, I decided to give their remover a whirl since I had run out of mine and it was the same price as what I was purchasing through Mary Kay.  Quality and price competitiveness are my top priorities when trying a new ANYTHING!  I ordered the product along with other things I needed from the website and got it in good time.  Night fell.  I was getting a little nervous.  I felt like I was meeting someone at the end of my evening with no idea how our "date" was going to go.  Sure, other people thought it was great but would it really perform??
I stood in front of the sink with cotton balls in hand, shook the slender bottle, upended the thing and gave it a squeeze.  Then I brought the cotton ball to my eye, bracing for the sting, and applied.
Oh, sweet heaven, it didn't hurt!  Point one for you Sei Bella!  I gently wiped away my make up and most of it got trapped in the cotton ball instead of being smeared all over my face.  Then, after doing the other eye, I washed my face as usual and went to dry it.  Anticipating the caterpillars to appear I was pleasantly surprise to pull away and find that my pastel yellow towel was just that, pastel yellow.  If there was anything left over I couldn't see it.  Wonder of wonder!  Miracle of miracles!  I don't have to be harassed about "my towel" by my husband anymore!  It was pretty amazing.  So much so that when my husband was home the next night I performed the whole thing for him and made him watch me pat my face dry and pull away from my unmarked towel.  There is one thing I must add.  I have tried this experiment with regular mascara, water resistant mascara, and water proof too.  Water proof does take a bit more time.  Note, I say time, not effort.  Let the solution sit on your eye for about ten seconds then gently dab and wipe away.
I know, I know.  It is amazing.

* if you are interested in this company and wish to try its products  feel free to contact me so I can help you sign up.  Melaleuca rewards those who refer others and I love a pat on the head as much as the next person:) 


Ideas, snippets, and then gone

That is what my brain has been doing lately when it comes to blogging.  I want to write about what is going on and what I have been thinking about but anytime I think of something clever or thought provoking I am in the middle of my day.  By the time I sit down to chill in front of my computer and blog I forgot what was so funny, cute, or cool and sit in front of the keys staring at the screen.  I think part of it has to do with me being pregnant.  I have a problem with racing thoughts too... and run on sentences... and unfinished stories...and ouch baby stop kicking so hard.  Man I need some tums.
"What was I going to say again?"


Summer is coming...

Yes, it's true.  The warm weather and pool days will be here before you know it.  In honor of the coming of warmer weather her is Frankie doing a spectacular dive and Ollie doing something entirely different.  I love my two little fish:)


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