The Aspire Pockex vaping device for those new to vaping and for the experienced vaper. The device itself is small enough to slip into your pocket and is available in 4 colours, black, pink, white and silver.
The pockeX is the premier pocket vaping device. Sporting a new sub-ohm Nautilus X U-tech coil design, the PockeX is for flavour chasers and those who prefer a medium airflow vape. The 1500mah PockeX's compact size teamed together with advanced. U-tech coil technology make the PockeX a must-have for any person who needs a discrete, portable, and rich flavour producing all in one device.
Aspire PockeX Features:
Now to be honest if you were new to vaping, would you understand any of that? I don't and I vape on and off making my way through a fair amount of vaping devices.
So what's inside? The device itself is cased in a sponge insert and you also find a slim box that holds the charging cable and two filters. After reading the instructions I filled the device with Wizmix's Blueberry Hill 3mg liquid, I gave the coil time to absorb the liquid before trying, to turn on the device it just requires 5 taps to the button.
On first try I was surprised at how powerful it was! Made me cough quite a bit but I think that was because I wasn't prepared! It took a few puffs to get use to it but I actually love it!
Very light, easy to store and carry, the battery life is long lasting, I've charged it once since I received the device! I've used it with different brands and strengths of liquids and the device really brings out the flavour of each one.
Overall would I recommend the Aspire PockeX? Yes! But....yes there's a but....not for starters, this device is quite powerful, ease yourself into vaping with a lower powered device, for any help or advice head over to Ecigwizard hope can help and guide you on your Vaping journey!
With Valentines only a few days away here are my must have beauty products for the years dedicated date day.
Battle bad breath worries with Beverly Hills Formulas Perfect White, activated charcoal isn't just great for whitening it also absorbs and removes the bacteria causing the bad breath! It also comes in sensitive as well!
For gorgeous locks look for bumble & bumble! I personally have thin, flat hair which isn't ideal when you have short hair! B&B's thickening products gives your hair that natural volumised look, for extra oomph use the repair blow dry balm and the thickening texture spray to keep it locked in!
Something for the skin! Bioré charcoal bar. As a acne sufferer i really struggle with black heads, not only on my face but on my back, chest and shoulders. The combination of charcoal and exfoliating beads this bar really penetrates and clears out the clogged pores and leaves the skin looking clear and feeling soft, even if your not worried about blackheads and belmishes it works as a fantastic exfoliator.
No time to do your nails? Pick up Kiss's Acrylic nails, so easy to put on and are strong enough to last all day and night! It is advertised they can last up to 7 days but for me one pinged off after one day but they survived a full working day in an opticians and a pub shift, they come with plenty of glue and spares for a quick fix. They have my vote for evening wear, and you can decorate them if fancy adding your own touch as i did.
having a long lasting lipstick doesn't have to break the bank! MUA's luxe velvet lip lacquer costs only 3GBP and has a wide range of colours. It is my absolute fav, especially Firecracker (above). It's a lovely deep red and lasts hours even after eating and drinking!
That's my top five must have products for Valentines! What are your go to products?
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Until recently I had only stepped into a spa once and it was during my holiday in Turkey for a Turkish bath, and that was some experience!
A few weeks ago I was invited by my friend Tanya over at glamglitzgloss.com to attend a VIP opening of the Bannatyne Spa in Orpington. What I will tell you now is that it is not an easy place to get to unless you drive! It is tucked away on a country road with no path to safely walk along, I used Uber to get to the spa.
The spa itself is situated within the bannatyne health club, it wasn't completed but it still looked incredible. On arrival we were taken into a dark room with blue mood lighting (not very friendly for migraine sufferers) and in the room was a number of tiled heated loungers, we were handed gift bags and was given a choice of orange juice or prosecco, you can guess what i went for!
We were given a tour of the Spa by lovely Amy, one of the Spa managers, who had also invited us, as I have mentioned the spa was still having it's finishing touches, as we walked through the mani/pedi area the O.P.I stands were still being filled up, but it looked very elegant, the nail bar seemed spacious and the pedicure chairs looked incredibly comfy. We were next taken past the treatment rooms up to the Elemis facial room where a gym goer was having a complimentary facial done, in the corner they had an Elemis representative doing skin scans that tell you how healthy and unhealthy your skin is, It measures your pores, level of oil, UV damage, elasticity and hydration. The girl from Elemis, despite slowly losing her voice!, took her time with us and explained all of the results, it was very informative.
During our visit we were treated to a mini chocolate back massage, i was quite anxious about this for a number of reasons including my sensitive skin and I'm not a massive fan of being touched by people i don't know! but the lovely ladies who did our massages were very calm, explained everything they were going to do and the massage itself was out of this world! having warm melted chocolate poured on to your back is probably the next best thing to sex!
Over all we had a fabulous evening, our glasses were never empty, we learnt so much about our skin, and we nearly snoozed off whilst having warm chocolate massaged into our backs. All of the staff were incredibly helpful and friendly, the spa itself was incredible (i need a heated lounger in my living room!) and I will certainly be returning again in the future, especially for a Biotech facial!
I'd like to thank Amy again for inviting us as we had such a relaxing evening, which had been much needed by both of us!
There is currently have a Valentines competition on the website so head over and check it out!
If you were to ask me if I believed in herbal remedies I would probably tell you it's each to their own but i personally wouldn't invest in herbal products. Before christmas I was approached by Nelsons asking if i would be interested in trying Bach essences and calendula cream over the festive period, i will always try anything once so I agreed to try out elm and larch to help with success and confidence. Unfortunately I work in a store that sells the cream and as i couldn't produce a receipt to prove it was mine it was confiscated from me and it hasn't been returned! I took it to work with me as my hands suffer terribly so i hoped it would help!
To use the essences you pop a few drop ls into water or any beverage of your choice
In honesty I think the Bach essenses are good BUT you have to know your stuff when buying them as if you were to go to a store that sells them there is no guidence or information as to what each one does, i wouldn't have a clue! The information is available online with a simple google search but I think there needs to be more information on the bottles as currently all they have are the usage instructions!
For my anxiety i have gone on to buy the bach rescue remedy pastilles, Bach essences can be purchased in health stores and stocked by Boots!