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off with those heads!

i am a quarter of a century year old. looks fade and don’t come back (unless you go under the knife). while i still have a marginal amount of youthfulness left in me, time is running out!

#1 – can i still get away with wearing this in 20 years?

the only thing that i can do now is to start maintaining my looks while i still got it. now or never. wrinkles…once you’ve got them, they can’t be erased. damaged skin will never recover. cosmetics can camouflage so much but a good skincare regiment is the mother of all answers.

#2 – time to take care of your skin!
b.liv by Cellnique

i was recently introduced to a line of products called b.liv by Cellnique. Cellnique has been around for a while and is pretty well-known among skincare enthusiasts. they recently went through a rebranding exercise to freshen up its market presence and at the end of this post you’ll be able to find out more about it.

except for eye cream, i have been using b.liv by Cellnique for every aspect of my skincare….cleansing, moisturising, zit control and the likes.

i’m very pleased with b.liv by Cellnique but there is one product that i would like to highlight: Off With Those Heads.

formerly known as Cellnique Pro Sebum Gel, it went through a repackaging and it’s now christened as “Off With Those Heads”.

#3 – old packaging
Off With those Heads

this is Cellnique’s best known product because it really works! personally, i had a nagging problem with black and white heads eversince my teenage year on my nose but since using “Off With Those Heads” for only 3 weeks, my nose is dramatically clearer after every wash with “Drench Me” (a cleanser from b.liv by Cellnique range).

#4 – new packaging – Off With Those Heads
Off With those Heads

when i first used “Off With Those Heads”, i was expecting to see dead skin cells clumping together as i rubbed it into my problem areas. instead it was quickly absorbed into my skin. i have no idea how they do it, but it seems that the gel goes works deep into the pores and then slowly but effectively dislodges the black and white heads.

#5 – you only need a pea sized amount for your nose and t-zone area. massage it into your t-zone area or any part of your face that suffers from blackheads/whiteheads. the gel absorbs really quickly and after that you’re free to put on your moisturiser or makeup over it.
b.liv by Cellnique

it has 4 active ingredients; tea tree oil, aloe extract, witch hazel extract and peppermint oil which properties are anti-bacterial, antiseptic, anti-ageing, moisturizing, pore refining and calming to the skin.

the best thing about it? you don’t have to wash it off.

i think this is a much better way to deal with black/white heads rather than forcefully stripping off layers of skin with the average exfoliant. bubye painful extraction. bubye facials.

#6 – of course, the effect is not achieved overnight but it’s a painless and effective way to get rid of those damned heads.
Off With those Heads - b.liv by Cellnique

before this i’ve virtually given up on ever having a spotless nose and was just grateful that the rest of my face is comparatively clear. but now that i’ve seen the difference that it makes to have a nose with no blackheads or whiteheads, i’m completely sold.

#7 – there we go, all for the sake of clear, young & healthy skin. i know i can’t stop time but at least i can slow it down as much as possible.
b.liv by Cellnique

i no longer have those pesky minute heads floating on top of my makeup. it was such a drag to try to smoothen the nose with foundation and concealor but now it’s a breeze.

#8 – here i am with some pressed powder, some blusher and a slick of lip gloss. perhaps i’d look better with more makeup, but right now i just like to look as natural as possible.

yes, this is an advertorial but i can honestly tell you that i’m now a b.liv by Cellnique convert. i really enjoy their products as i can definitely feel a difference to my skin. i would highly recommend this to people with normal and combination skin. you must absolutely get “Off With Those Heads”. now

as i’ve mentioned in the beginning of my review, b.liv by Cellnique is currently undergoing a rebranding exercise and in conjunction with that, a contest to uncover a new tagline to suit their brand mantra has been launched.

to participate in b.liv New Tagline Search, you must be a Malaysian resident aged 18 and above. submit your most creative tagline along with personal details such as Name, IC number, Contact Number and Address to blivskin@nuffnang.com. For more information, log on to this website.

the first 30 entries will receive b.liv product hamper worth RM200 while the top 10 best taglines be bringing home b.liv hamper worth RM500. they are also in the running to win the Grand Prize worth RM1500.

you can submit more than one entry and submission deadline is midnight, 22 September 2009.

good luck boys and girls!

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8 Responses to off with those heads!

  1. KY September 9, 2009 at 10:02 am #

    emocharlie agrees, your skin is still very good!

  2. Myhorng September 9, 2009 at 11:17 am #

    natural is nais.

  3. Ms. Bloom September 10, 2009 at 1:13 am #

    You’re a natural beauty babe!

  4. JonyBr September 10, 2009 at 9:50 am #

    *Grabs his new Nikon D90 and starts snapping*
    hehehehhe

  5. julian September 11, 2009 at 6:50 pm #

    so you believe in b.liv? har har arhgggh…

  6. Huai Bin September 11, 2009 at 10:49 pm #

    Haha! I like the product names. Makes me feel like The Red Queen in Alice when I use Off With Those Heads. Good copy, was surprised it wasn’t done by an agency.

  7. LooLoo September 13, 2009 at 1:58 am #

    i luv their sebum gel (aka Off With Those Heads).
    you can find it in Sasa as well.
    but it is not under the paramedical range. So beware!!!

  8. Kimberlycun September 16, 2009 at 2:14 am #

    ky: tq!

    horng: agree!

    ms bloom: thanks babe. and so are you!

    jony: i want your d90!!

    julian: i do hehe

    hb: yeah, very memorable product names.

    looloo: hrmm, not under paramedical range? what does that mean?

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