For my morning #skincareroutine i decided to change it up a bit. normally in the morning i do not wash my face with any type of face wash, only rinse off with cold water(it has helped out a lot with my huge pores). after that, i used my @mariobadescu facial spray. what this spray states it does is that it revitalizes the skin. i haven't tried it long enough to notice a difference, but i'll let yall know if this is a game changer 🤔. then i moisturized with @origins age-defense moisturizer with green tea. now let me tell you about this unique product. at first when i squeezed it out.....i was like h to the no, it feels super creamy and thick. it's 100 degrees outside i dont need to add any extra type of heavy cream on my face right now lol! but the part that really changed my mind was after i applied it to my skin, it actually blended out really nice and really absorb into the skin!! 🤔 i did not have any leftover residue feeling on my face! next for under my eyes, i applied @origins age-defense eye cream mixed in with @neutrogena because yall know i can't go a day without using it 🤗
i reallyyyyyy needed to change it up since i have sooooo many skincare samples to try out!
let me know what is your favorite skincare routine items?? #neutrogenahydroboost#origins#originsskincare#mariobadescu#skincareroutine
Cricket was probably created during saxon or norman times by children living in the weald, an area of dense woodlands and clearings in south-east england that lies across kent and sussex. the first definite reference is dated monday, 17 january 1597 ("old style" julian date, the year equating to 1598 in the modern calendar). there have been several speculations about the game's origins including some that it was created in france or flanders. the earliest of these speculative references is dated thursday, 10 march 1300 and concerns the future king edward ii playing at "creag and other games" in both westminster and newenden. it has been suggested that "creag" was an olde english word for cricket but expert opinion is that it was an early spelling of "craic", meaning "fun and games in general". it is generally believed that cricket survived as a children's game for many generations before it was increasingly taken up by adults around the beginning of the 17th century. possibly cricket was derived from bowls, assuming bowls is the older sport, by the intervention of a batsman trying to stop the ball from reaching its target by hitting it away. playing on sheep-grazed land or in clearings, the original implements may have been a matted lump of sheep’s wool (or even a stone or a small lump of wood) as the ball; a stick or a crook or another farm tool as the bat; and a stool or a tree stump or a gate (e.g., a wicket gate) as the wicket.