#1 Wish List Wednesday | What to buy this week?

Hi, retail therapists!


As a professional shopper, I obviously do a lot of shopping. On my sprees, I stumble upon some awesome items that I just have to share with you! From this week forth, I will be posting a weekly ‘Wish List’ every Wednesday showcasing 3 items (on my blog, Instagram and my business Facebook page) that I spotted and that I think you should have. If you are based in Gauteng, I have a new offer for Wish List Wednesday ONLY, check it out my website (Service Costs Section on Page) for more details. I am not sponsored, but if I ever should be, I will let you know. Also, I would never recommend anything that I don’t just love – pinky swear.


So starting off week #1, here are my top 3 faves.


01 – ULTRASONIC AROMA HUMIDIFIER with Color Changing LED





Benefits >>


Humidifies and improves the quality of the air in the room. Helps to keep skin healthy and hydrated. Reduces static. You can add drops of essential oil to the water, this helps relieves stress. If you choose to use the changing LED colour lighting, it is really great for the atmosphere of the room.


On publishing this blog, I’ve had this in my room, near my bed, for 2 nights. I have been suffering from hectic sinus for 2 months now, and these two nights was the first time I had a noticeably reduced amount of post-nasal drip.


Features >>


Size: Approx.100x100x110mm

Weight: 206g

Adapter: DC 5V

Cable Length: 1m

Water Capacity: 130ml


Where to buy >>


I found this gem at the China Market, Northcliff Corner Shopping Centre, Johannesburg, South Africa.


Price >>


R190 (Price as of 06.11.2019. This price may change subject to the shop owner's discretion, I am not liable.)


02 – MINI MOISTURIZING SPRAY FACIAL STEAMER





Benefits >>


This incredible product uses nanometer ion technology to penetrate the basal skin layer to hydrate and repair your skin on a deeper level – in a nutshell. If you have dry skin, this is great for hydrating and moisturising. I have used it on myself and during selected client facials. I have used distilled water and Rice Water, which is great for skin tightening and anti-ageing, it’s been life-changing. I haven’t used essential oils yet but based on logic and the size of the water filter, don’t think it’s a great idea. I will try and let you know.


What I just love about this product is its price and that it’s portable. If I’m sitting freelancing in an air-conditioned office, I pull this out and spritz away. It doesn’t mess up my make-up but I can feel how it hydrates my skin.


Features* >>


Size (whole device): Approx. 52(w) x 110(h) x 22.5 (d) mm

Size (water tank): Approx. 42(w) x 30(h) x 20 (d) mm

Power: 2W

Voltage: DC4.2V

Atomization Quantity: +/- 0,9ml per min

Batteries: x4


*Details from Minoso booklet.


Where to buy >>


Miniso - all outlets in Gauteng


Price >>


R80 (Sale price as of Oct 2019. This price may change subject to the shop owner's discretion, I am not liable.)


03 – MAYBELLINE INSTANT ANTI-AGE ERASER MULTI-USE CONCEALER





Benefits >>


So one of my services and expertise is beauty, I spend a lot of time on the interweb researching the next best thing. This product has been popping into a truckload of videos and articles, so I decided to purchase it. I don’t regret it! It’s so well-priced and it really hides those dark rings and wrinkles. Saying that I always use an undertone concealer (yellow for my skin tone) and I know this helps. It has a great applicator brush, which for me is its best feature.


Features >>


Colours: Variety of skin colours (115 Warm Light works on me)

Volume: 6.8ml


Where to buy >>


Clicks and Dischem


Price >>


Clicks – R179.95; Dischem - R169.95

(Price as of 06.11.2019. These prices may change subject to the shop owner's discretion, I am not liable.)


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Disclaimer: This blog is only intended for informational purposes. Any information associated with this blog should not be considered as a substitute for prescription suggested by beauty, diet and healthcare professionals. Readers are subject to use this information at your own risk. Tash Fromberg does not take any responsibility for any harm, side-effects, illness or any health or skin care problems caused due to the use of this content or anything related to this. Please always remember, products that work for me, may not work for you. Always test them on a small area of skin before buying or using it if unsure.

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