Nomakenolife July Box!

Hi friends! Today I’m going to do a quick overview of the Nomakenolife July Subscription Box. As you a know, this box is imported from Japan and for $30 you get five to seven full-size products. This month’s box was all about keeping your skin nice, fresh, and glowing. 

Here are the products that were included in this month’s box. We have a CC cream, face mask, a skin peel treatment, tweezers, and a massage jelly for your skin. 
The first item is the Hollywood Orchid Enzyme Mask. The booklet states that this mask treatment has been around for 50 years and helping people keep their skin beautiful. The enzymes are mixed fresh by you, and applied to the face.
Here is the back of the package. I will do a how-to post in the near future to show how to mix and apply this face mask. The directions say to tear the package at the top. Squeeze the cream side of the packet so that all the cream is put into the powder part of the packet. You want to separate the packet into two parts and mix with a small spoon. After you clean your face of all the dirt and oils, spread the mixture in your face and leave on your face for 3-10 minutes depending on your skin. 3-6 minutes for sensitive and dry skin and 7-10 for normal to oily skin. All you have to do is rinse your face with warm water after the allotted time and you’re good to go!
This is the PeelingGood Peeling Gel Kit. This kit contains papain, hydrolized collagen and lemon extract. This product comes with five black cotton swabs to apply the peeling gel and the black cotton lets you see how much dead skin and dirt are being removed.
The back of the package says this product is made in Korea but from Japan. The directions say that after you wash your face you want to wipe away any moisture with a clean and dry towel. Next, open the bottle with the gel and soak a cotton swab until it is fully coated with the gel. When the swab is coated, spread the gel over your face and avoid your eyes and lips. To remove it all you have to do is wash the gel off with warm water and use a toner if necessary.
This large product is the Profael Massage Jelly Body Mask. This mask is meant for you to use during your shower or bath. This jelly has wormwood extract and 30 (yes, 30!) other Japanese plants to nourish your skin.
The directions say to take two grape-sized drops of the jelly and massage into the wet skin after you wash away the dirt. Next, wash off after two to three minutes in the shower. I’m excited to try this jelly.
The fourth item is Sweet-Sweet Air Moisturizing CC Cream. This is the sister brand to Canmake. This is a high-performance CC that works as a color corrector, pore concealer, moisturizer and sunscreen (50 SPF! Yeah!)
The back of the box has no English except for the phrase, ‘Sweet Delicious Essence’. Sounds oddly satisfying. This product also has PA++++ to protect from UVB and UVA rays! Thanks, Sweet Sweet!
This shade is 03 Peach. It is pretty neutral and it blends well as a skin tone brightener or as a foundation. I’m probably going to try this today and see how it looks.
This is the back of the tube for the CC Cream. There isn’t much product information. There are 30 grams of product 🙂
These tweezers are from Browtician. This is an Australian brand that is very popular in the Asian beauty scene. Each set is hand sharpened for extra precision and control.
Here is the back of the case. All the information is in Japanese but these are the ultimate on-the-go tweezers because the case has a mirrored bottom.

This tweezer is zebra print and holographic. I love the design. These are pretty high quality and do not feel like light plastic. Quality tweezers are a must in my beauty routine.

Okay friends! That is all that was includes in the July box! I have Ipsy and Sephora Play! Coming up soon! I also purchased some fun items that will be up for review! Until next time! Xo

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Author: aubr3y87

I recently was a full-time worker that has went to a stay at home mom lifestyle and I'm attempting to blog about makeup and the perks of being a mother.

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