Sunday, 22 May 2016

Empties Worth Mentioning #7

Hello my Bunnies,

I'm back today with another batch of products I've used up to share with you.

I've bought wuite a few things lately and it's quite nice to see that I'm also emptying my drawers at the same time.

But enough with the intro, let's get into what really matters, have I enjoyed using these products ? Will I repurchase them ?

I've sorted them into categories : hair, body, skincare and makeup.

Colab Sheer Invisible dry shampoo
My love for the Colab dry shampoo isn't a secret anymore. I suggest you go and have a look at my previous empties post (here) where I also talk about the difference between the ranges available but to sum it up : hair is refreshed, smells nicer, it adds a little volume and leaves absolutely no white residue.
I think that these three, Rio, London & Monaco, are my favourite scent.
Will I repurchase it ? Absolutely, already have.

Björn Axén shampoo & conditioner
I talked to you about this brand not long ago on the blog (here) and I suggest you go and have a look there to read the whole review. But to give you a quick overview : I haven't used a shampoo & conditioner that made my hair look so incredible in a reaaaaally long time
Will I repurchase it ?Yes, I already have. I went to purchase the full size bottles before the minis were even empty.

L'Alpage Mielicime shower oil
This is another product about which you'll find a detailled review on the blog (here) but I discovered shower oils this winter and I immediatly fell in love.
This one falls into the category of the shower oils that I would definitely recommend.
Will I repurchase it ? I'm not sure yet. If I need to recommend a good shower oil I'll recommend this one and it's also the one I'd choose to give as a gift but for myself, I know very little about shower oils at the moment so I want to explore what else is out there before repurchasing.

Rituals Sakura Scrub body scrub
I talked about this scrub on my instagram (here) and I'm quite sad that it's empty. This body scrub is fantastic !!! It's scrubby enough to be efficient and yet not so scrubby that it's uncomfortable. It's made out of sugar and oil which means that it polishes AND nourishes the skin at the same time. This means that once I've used it, my skin is amazingly soft, more so than after using any other scrub.
It might also do something about blood circulation because after using it, I always feel sort of warmer inside. Quite weird. But pleasant.
The one thing I didn't really like was the scent. Don't get me wrong, it's a nice scent, but I don't really like it. However, the good thing with Rituals is that they have each product in a variety of scents. I'm therefore bound to find a version of this scrub that I love.
Will I repurchase it ? Absolutely ! I still have a pot from the orange range (Happy Buddha) but I'll be sure to repurchase this scrub in the future in one scent or another.

Rituals Sakura Spring shower oil
I was also talking about this shower oil in the post that I mentioned earlier (find it here) and I suggest you go and have a look there for all the info.
I'd say that it's a great shower oil, however, like for the scrub, I'm not the biggest fan of the scent.
Will I repurchase it ? It's very likely that I'll try this shower oil in a different scent next time I walk into a Rituals shop, but like I said earlier, I also want to see what else's out there in terms of shower oils.

Rexona Aloe Vera deodorant
For the first time in years I caved and bought a deodorant that contains aluminum. They're obviously a lot more efficient than ones without aluminum but I can't quite get rid off my conscience telling that I'm slowly injecting myself with breast cancer through my armpits. charming
Other than that, there isn't much to say about it. It was just what I wanted : discrete scent and very efficient.
Will I repurchase it ? I don't think so. I really want to get back to using aluminum-free deodorants.

Bourjois Net & Frais deodorant
Now this is a deodorant that doesn't contain aluminum. This one is actually really good. Almost as good as deodorants with aluminum. And it has a delicious citrussy scent.
The only downside: it's quite hard to find.
Will I repurchase it ? Yes. As soon as I can find it, I'll buy a couple of cans.

Reficis Soie-Douce hydrating serum
When I first talked to you about this serum (here) I wasn't particularly excited about it. However, since then, my skin has started to be a little more dehydrated, especially through the winter. As I have very oily skin at the same time as it is dehydrated, I found it really hard to find a product that was hydrating enough but not too rich. But then I stumbled upon this product in my collection and everything went smoothly again.
This serum is extremely lightweight, which means that it's adapted even for the oiliest skin types and yet it is extremely hydrating, which means that it sorted out my skin in no time.
Will I repurchase it ? Well ... it is 79.90CHF which is a bit hard to swallow. Especially as my skin is a lot less dehydrated at the moment. However if I had to recommend a good hydrating serum or if my skin was feeling tight again, I wouldn't hesitate anymore.

Michael Todd Blue Green Algae Toner
It must be about my third bottle of the stuff. I bought it for the first time when all the british youtubers were talking about Michael Todd and I've been so happy with this toner ever since.
I told myself that when this bottle was finished I was going to use the other toners I had rather than repurchase it, but I lasted two weeks without it and now it's back in my life.
This toner is hydrating, calming, soothing, smells of lavender and is anti-bacterial, which means that it helps stop breakouts from spreading.
Will I repurchase it ? I started using a toner from clinique (smellt so strong of alcohol =/) but after a few days I caved and reordered it. The inconvenient is that you have to make it come all the way from the states.
Edit: You can now find the brand on BeautyBay (here) and they offer free delivery to Switzerland on orders over 20CHF and with no import fee on orders under 60CHF.

L'Alpage Le Nuage micellar water
I talked about this micellar water in one of my previous posts (here) and my opinion hasn't changed. I'm really happy with this micellar water as I find it to be very good at removing makeup.
Will I repurchase it ? Not at the moment because I'm more into cleansing my face with balms and oils. However, it's earned its place into the top 3 with la Roche Posay and Eucerin.

Caudalie makeup removing micellar water
This micellar water on the other hand didn't really work for me. It works for face makeup but I found that it wasn't very good at all at removing eye makeup and it would sting my eyes too.
Will I repurchase it ? No. I'd suggest looking into la Roche Posay, Eucerin or l'Alpage if you want a good and gentle micellar water.

L'Oréal GlamBronze bronzer
I adored this bronzer. I'm pretty sure that it's the first bronzer I ever bought. I should probably have thrown it away a long time ago but I decided to finish it instead.
It was one of these two tone bronzer with a lighter and a darker side but I always used them together. I really liked this bronzer because it have a really natural finish, not too orange, not too muddy.
It also wasn't overly pigmented which means that it's fool proof even if you're pale, a beginner or simply not that good at applying bronzer.
Will I repurchase it ? At the moment I have about 236 bronzers in my drawer, so I'm not going to purchase a new one. However, I would if I needed one and it's definitely one I would recommend if you're looking for a good and affordable bronzer.

Soap&Glory Archery brow filling pencil & brush
Every brow product from Soap&Glory I've tried has been amazing and this was no exception.
I've done a comparison post about two of the brand's brown pencil (here) and my opinion hasn't changed since.
It's a brilliant eyebrow pencil, with a very fine nib and a spoolie on the other hand which makes it very practical.
Will I repurchase it ? Yes. Next time I'm in England I'll be sure to pick one up.

Essie Good to Go top-coat
I rarely take the time to paint my nails so when I do it has to be quick and that's why I need to have a quick drying top-coat on hand.
This particular one from Essie was really good at helping my nail polish dry. In a minute or so it was touch-dry, but you still had to be careful no to stump your nails for about an hour but it means that you can live sort of normally after just a minute !
The downside is that it would pick up the colour on my nails quite easily and mine turned slightly pink fairly quickly. Also, it becomes a bit thick once you've used about half of it.
Will I repurchase it ? I'm currently using the one from Seche Vite which seems to be a tad better as it isn't gloopy yet and it hasn't changed colour. But I'll decide once I've used it a bit more which one I like best.

Helena Rubinstein Lash Queen Feline Blacks mascara
I talked about this mascara in my last mascara cycle post (here) and my opinion hasn't changed.
It's absolutely fantastic !!!
Will I repurchase it ? Well ... I have a lot of mascaras in my drawers and the price isn't particularly encouraging so I'm not sure. BUT it's a mascara that I love giving as a gift and one that I would definitely recommend.

My Little Box mascara care & volume
This mascara has also been reviewed earlier on the blog (here) and I must admit that I'm not a fan.
It had a tendancy to be a little clumpy all the while not being really good at adding volume or length. Also, I found that it smudged a lot more than my other mascaras.
Will I repurchase it ? No. There's much better out there. For instance the one from Helena Rubinstein mentioned above or the Maybelline Lash Sensational.

This Works Sleep Plus+ pillow spray
I got this mini spray in the Feelunique advent calendar and I'm really happy with my discovery !
There are two versions of the pillow spray by This Works : Deep Sleep & Sleep Plus. From what I've understood, Deep Sleep is supposed to help one calm down and fall asleep (but I haven't tried it) and Sleep Plus is supposed to help one stay asleep throughout the night.
Personally I don't have any trouble falling asleep or sleeping, but I found the scent to be gorgeous and it was a pleasure to spray this every night on my pillow before sleeping.
I also heard that they were great product to calm down stress in general, for instance when travelling.
Will I repurchase it ?  I don't know where to find the brand in Switzerland but if I stumble upon a counter while I'm next in the UK, I'll be sure to pick up a bottle of that version or of the other one. If not both.

So that's it for today. But don't worry, I'm already working on collection more empty bottles for you ;)

Do you know these products ?


Wednesday, 18 May 2016

Lush Diary #23 | Snow Angel | Christmas Collection

Hello my Bunnies,

I have a little wonder to talk to you about today.

I know it's completely out of season, and I know that you probably won't find it anywhere BUT bear with me, I'm pretty sure it'll be back next year as it really is a good one.

Also, I've made it my mission to talk about every single Lush bath product I try (you'll understand why very soon ...!)

Anyway, today's wonder isn't a bath bomb but a bath melt and is called Snow Angel.

*Yup I dropped it in the water before I could finish taking my pics =S

I want to start with a little intro about bath melts and bath oils. In english speaking countries the difference between the two is quite clear as Lush has two different categories but in french speaking Switzerland, bath oils and bath melts are sorted under the same catefory : bath melts.

But is there a difference ? Technically I'm not sure what the difference is but I've studied the question and one thing I can tell you for sure is that bath oils are much smaller and made out of solid oils and butters. They melt away very slowly and make the water extremely nourishing.

On the other hand, bath melts are bigger, pretty much the size of the other lush bath products (more or less) and are made out of hydrating ingredients (like butter or oils) but also out of effervescent elements just like the bath bombs.

I'd say that bath melts are a mix between bath oils and bath bombs as they have properties from each category.

It's what I've observed using Snow Angel anyway. Indeed, the white part is effervescent like a bath bomb and melts away very quickly, whereas the goldeny yellow part melts very slowly and feels a little greasy to the touch.

Snow Angel is the promise of a golden sparkly bath that'll leave you skin soft and hydrated.

The water does turn yellow (and like I've said many times, it isn't my favourite) but it's a goldeny yellow with a lot of glitter, which makes it a lot nicer than straight up yellow. The white bit also creates a thin layer of white foam which makes the bath look like a lemon meringue pie ;) yeah right ^^

It's also a product that smells just like a Lush store does. I couldn't describe the scent any other way, it just smells like Lush and I love it !

Once more, this is a product that I thoroughly enjoyed using and would purchase again ! I enjoy hydrating bath products more and more and this one did a great job at nourishing my skin.

And I really loved the scent !

However, if you're not a fan of glitter, don't go for this one. I had a few on my body afterwards (but nothing too dramatic)

Are you a glittery bath kind of person ? Do you like your bath to be nourishing ?


Monday, 16 May 2016

Changing Your Hair in an Instant ?!

Hello my Bunnies,

I'm not too sure what's going on at the moment but I find it really hard to sit at my laptop and write to you. I lack inspiration and motivation.

But I'm determined to get over it and as I already have pictures for quite a few posts, it's just a matter of writing them now ;)

Today I want to talk to you about my new hair colour.

*here starts a ramble on my past experiences with hair dye. Jump to the next star to start the review.

Ever since I can remember, I've always enjoyed the thought of changing my hair colour. When I was a teenager I went through a phase where I had carrot red hair (not my brightest moment ...) and a few years ago, I had brown hair (ranging from dark blond to almost black) for quite a few months.

I've always been one to use semi-permanent hair colours as I was never ready for the big commitment of a full on salon colour. Also, I didn't want to have to deal with roots.

As I was washing my hair everyday I didn't have any problem with my roots as the colour would fade away as quickly as my hair would grow back.

But then I stopped dying my hair for a few reasons :

I started washing my hair every other day, which meant that the colour wasn't fading quickly enough and you could definitely see that my roots weren't the right colour.

But mostly, I started to realise that the kits didn't have enough product in them to cover the whole length of my hair. If the new colour wasn't too different from my natural colour it was fine, but if the new colour was darker, you could clearly see that locks of my hair stayed lighter and it wasn't a good look.

I'll admit that quite a few brands have a warning on their package saying that people with very long or thick hair should buy two kits in order to cover their whole head, but I just found it unfair to have to pay double the price and instead I just stopped dying my hair.

But somehow, I never completely gave up the idea of dying my hair, it was just not powerful enough to have me go to the shop and buy a new kit. I was a bit too scared to have lighter locks in a beautiful brown mane.

And that's why, when Coolbrandz started their new campaign with the L'Oréal Casting Crème Gloss, I applied to participate as it was just the push that I needed.

*here starts the review ...

And that's how I decided I was going to dye my hair again !

The idea behind the campaign is quite simply to promote these L'Oreal hair dying kits and every candidate in the campaign had to choose three colours amongst the 26 available.

I chose 600 blond foncé*, 535 chocolat* and 530 praliné* and when I saw all three in real life, I realised that my 3 steps action-plan could actually work.

My idea was to start by using 535 Chocolat as it's the middle one, it's not as dark as praliné but not as light as blond foncé, it's slightly darker than my natural hair colour and a bit warmer (a lot warmer in the sun). I will then go for Praliné which is slightly darker but less warm and therefore, slightly closer to my natural hair colour. And I will finish with Blond Foncé which is very similar to my natural hair colour, in order to get my hair back on track once my little experience is over.
(of course this will take place over the course of several months...)

As I'm writing, I've been sporting Chocolat for about two weeks

I found the application process very quick and easy.

On a saturday morning, I suddenly decided that I was going to change my hair and an hour later it was all done and dusted.

The directions are pretty straightforward and easy to follow, it presents two ways of dying your hair : one for people who haven't dyed their hair in the past three months and one for people who have.

As it's always the case with at-home-kits, you have to mix the products together before you can start applying it. Here it's very simple, you empty the pink tube into the white bottle with the pink cap, you shake and start applying.

You have to start at the roots, applying the product lock after lock and then go on to the lengths. Don't forget the gloves if you don't want to end up with oumpa loumpa hands and wear an old t-shirt, just in case.

What I didn't see however, is that I could/should have wet my hair before applying the product, which would have made the whole process even easier.

All the steps are presented on one side of the leaflet BUT on the other side, amongst with the boring warning about allergic reactions and all that, you also get a few useful tips, which I only saw after dying my hair. Woops !

I think that working on wet hair could have made the task easier, but it worked well on dry hair too.

Regarding what people fear about at-home hair-dying :

It's gonna go everywhere (the sink, the floor, the walls, my ears, my neck, etc.) and be a gigantic mess !

Well I found that this dye was surprisingly easy to use, the few stains I made on the sink and the floor were wiped away with just a little water, my old t-shirt is still looking good (as the product is a cream, it doesn't really go everywhere) and my ears are still white as snow (I wiped away any dye on my ears and neck with a damp cotton pad and it went away very easily.)

And the result ?

Well I'm really pleased with the result.

If you looked at my hair very closely (when I had just done it) you could see that, as it had been the case for me in the past, another box could have been a good thing. Indeed, a few locks, in the length of the hair weren't quite as dark as the rest of my hair. But you could barely see it and I haven't really noticed it since. It merely looked like a highlight, but I feel like it's important to point it out as some of you might have even longer or thicker hair than me.

However, I've realised that it's not something that L'Oréal seems to think useful as they don't mention anywhere that a second box might be needed for people with longer or thicker hair.

As for the colour, it's just what I wanted; a tad darker and a bit warmer than my natural hair colour. It's different but not too drastic of a change (my father didn't notice anything, even after I told him ...) and it also made my hair shinier (it probably won't last but it's a nice added bonus ..!)

And last but not least, the conditioner that you get in the kit, rather than being a tiny sample sachet, is a 60ml bottle. This conditioner really helps to smooths my lengths and ends and smells of roses.

All that's left to do now is to show you the pictures =)



You can also find two pictures on my instagram: here and here.

All in all, I'm really happy with the result. It's a very refreshing change ! My hair looks nicer now (it's clearly improved the appearance of my split ends) and in about a month and a half I should be back to my natural colour unless I go straight to using Praliné.

It's only been two weeks so I can't say much about that, but it seems like the colour is fading away evenly.

My thanks go to Coolbrandz for allowing me to step outside my comfort zone (baby steps ... baby steps...) !

Tip : if you're really unhappy with your colour : I've realised, quite sadly, during one of my previous dying experience that going to the thermal bath was fatal for semi-permanent hair dye. After an hour in the bath I was back to being blond again. Just FYI ;)

Do you ever dye your hair yourself ?


*products sent by the PR agency

Wednesday, 11 May 2016

Lush Diary #22 | Floating Island

Hello my Bunnies,

I'm back after a week of absence. Lack of time, and lack of inspiration too, but now I'm here and I hope that you're all doing great !

I'm back today with another review of a Lush bath product.

The product we're going to talk about has crossed over the channel not that long ago, it's one of the bath oils and it's called Floating Island*.

I've already talked about bath oils on the blog (here for instance) but in case you missed it, bath oils, are a lot smaller than bath bombs or bubble bars. They're made out of solid oils and/or butters and melt in the water. They turn it into a very rich liquid that'll make your skin really soft thanks to their hydrating and moisturising properties.

If you go to the Oxford Street Lush Store, you'll be able to see that they have a ton of these bath oils available. The good news is that some of them have started travelling all the way to us and Floating Island is one of them.

As the name would suggest, Floating Island looks like a little island that floats on the water and melts away slowly with its little vanilla palm tree.

Lush tells us that it smells of lemon and sandalwood, and maybe it does, but I smelled things that I found to be reminiscent of their fresh face mask Cupcake when sniffing this bath oil.

This bath oil will indeed make your bath water very nourishing and the scent is extremely pleasant.

When I got out of my bath, my skin was very soft, hydrated and I smelled great all day long.

All in all, I find that this little island is great at doing its job ! You shouldn't expect a colourful bath but something simple, soft, that smells nice and that'll truly nourish your skin.

The other good thing about bath oils compared to bubble bars or bath bombs is that they are quite a bit cheaper. Just saying.

You can find it in your Lush store for CHF4.90 or on their website (here) along with the three other bath oils that have journeyed to us from England.

Have you ever used a bath oil ? Convinced ?


*product sent by the brand for consideration

Sunday, 1 May 2016

Björn Axén Brand Overview | 5 Reviews in 1

Hello my Bunnies,

Today I want to share with my discovery of a hair care brand.

As I was innocently walking around Globus with Roberta, we stumbled upon a table full of Björn Axén products.

The design appealed to me and upon trying a few of the testers, the scent and the formula really did it for me and I caved.

As they had a lot of miniature products, I decided that I would try as many products as possible to give you a bit of an overview.

I therefore left with the repair shampoo and conditioner from the Repair range, their dry shampoo, a hairspray (all in travel sizes) as well as with an oil spray.

I've been using these products for a little over a month now so I'm ready to tell you all about them.

I'll start with the ones that have really convinced me.

Björn Axén Repair Shampoo & Repair Conditioner

I was so excited to try using these products that I briefly contemplated the idea of washing my hair straight upon our return form our shopping trip. But alas, I decided to wait.

...until the next morning.

To be completely honest, I've been wanting to talk to you about these ever since I first used them. That's how impressed I was.

I briefly mentioned the scent earlier, and it is divine ! I'm as bad as ever at describing scents but I'd say that it smells like an expensive line of shampoo and conditioner, in the best possible way. The whole brand has the same scent, more or less.

And if you like the scent, you'll be happy to know that it lingers in the hair without being overpowering or interfering with any perfume you might be wearing.

But the scent isn't everything and thankfully, this shampoo and conditionner duo is just as good regarding everything else. First off, the shampoo is really pleasant to use as it lathers very well.

It leaves hair extremely soft and clean.

The conditioner is effective at detangling hair (brushing my hair after the shower is a picnic in the park) and makes everything softer without weighing the hair down at all.

Once my hair is dry, after using that combo I'm left very impressed for several reasons.

While using these, I went back to using my older shampoos and conditioners in order to compare as relevantly as possible and I can tell you that after using this particular combo my hair is :

Softer, shinier, lighter and last but not least, a lot less frizzy.

It's not something that this combo is really supposed to help with but it does. I have a lot of broken hair because of my climbing incident (read the story here for a good laugh) and when I use this combo ma hair looks a lot less frizzy than when I use anything else.

I also noticed that my hair looks a lot nicer on the second day. I usually have to wash my hair every other day, and I usually have to tie it up in a bun on the second day as it doesn't look too good. But with this combo my hair still looks nice on the second day and I can let it float on my shoulders and not hide it in a bun.

As you may have gathered, I'm absolutely in love with this combo. The only downside would be the price. At a little over 10.-CHF for the travel size and a little over 20.-CHF for the full size, it's a lot more expensive than your average shampoo and conditioner.

But I think it's worth it and as soon as I thought that I was running out of my travel size I went to the shop and purchased the full size bottles as I can't really see myself live without it anymore.

Björn Axén Silky Soft Oil Spray

They had quite a few oils available but I chose this one as it was the one that contained the smaller amount of silicon.

The sales rep advised me to purchase the Argan Oil from the brand but upon reading the label I realised that it contained a lot more silicon than actual argan oil, which didn't appeal to me at all. Also, the formula was quite thick, and well ... silicony.

I therefore went for this oil spray, which also contains silicon but it's a the bottom of the ingredient list and is preceded by quite a few different natural oils.

To be completely honest, I'm not that bothered about ingredients as long as the product does the trick so I'll focus more on the results.

This oil is quite simply fantastic and I don't regret spending a little over 50.-CHF for it. (as you use very little, the 150ml bottle will last you for ages !)

This oil can be used both on dry or wet hair, without too much risk of weighing the hair down or making it look greasy (well you shouldn't empty the whole bottle on your head obviously) By using just as few spritz on the lengths and ends, you get soft and shiny hair and damaged ends look a lot less ugly more pretty and smoothed down.

This oil is also a strong factor in my being able to let my second day hair out of a bun.

The good thing about it being a spray is that you can choose to use your hands or to use it straight from the spray. As the mist is very fine, you can spray it directly onto the hair, which makes it easier to apply the product evenly all over the hair. On the other hand, if you want to apply product to a small area, it's easy enough to spray it into one's hands.

And like the rest of the brand, it smells delicious and I love that I can smell it everything I move my hair.

I tried the argan oil as I got a sample and I can tell you that it's a lot easier to end up with greasy looking hair when using it. The oil spray on the other hand tends to give the hair a smooth velvety finish.

Björn Axén Styling Powder Dry Shampoo

Well ... here's something I didn't enjoy using.

You might know that I used to swear by Batiste dry shampoos, until I started using Colab which I ended up liking even more (you might have seen them in my "empties" post) But as convinced as I am by Colab, I'm still terribly curious and decided to give this mini can a go.

Well, unfortunately this didn't cut it for me.

I know that this dry shampoo has won competitions and stuff but it really isn't for me.

Regarding white residue, it isn't too bad at all.

Regarding refreshing the hair ... it's not that good and definitely not as good as Colab. Also, this is what's most important for me so we weren't off to a very good start.

However, what I really didn't like, is that this dry shampoo really gives a lot of texture to the hair. When using Colab, after brushing my hair, it feels clean and like I didn't use anything. However, when I use this dry shampoo, if I try to brush my hand through my hair, it's a bit sticky, it doesn't glide very well, it even hurts a little and definitely isn't pleasant.

However, the good thing about texture is that it makes hair easier to work with, especially when you want to create an undo. It also adds a bit of volume which some of you might like. Unfortunately, this isn't what I'm looking for in a dry shampoo.

But I should have known, it's not just a dry shampoo, it's also a styling powder. My bad for not reading the label.

Regarding the price, it'll cost you as much to buy this miniature as it will to buy a set of 5 Colab miniatures on feelunique. That is, a little over 10 francs.

Björn Axén Caring Hairspray for All Hair

Now ... that's a product that I really don't know why I purchased. Indeed, I hardly ever use hairspray.

This means that I have barely any experience on what it does, should do, can do and almost nothing to compare it to.

All I can tell you is that it smells nice and doesn't leave the hair feeling like cardboard.

But honestly, that's it. I'm not going to make up stories about this product, I

All in all, I can heartily recommend the Repair range that'll make your hair soft, silky and frizz-free, as well as the oil spray that will smooth over you damaged ends and lengths. I hope that I'll get the chance to try more products from the range soon !

In Switzerland you can find Björn Axén in Globus or Manor (online too, here), and maybe somewhere else, but I don't know.

Do you know the brand ? Any feedback to share ?

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