Cleansers, moisturizers, masks, Oh my!

Cleansers, moisturizers, masks, Oh my!

Today’s post is all about the importance of skin care and making sure that taking care of your skin is a part of your everyday regimen. I know I talk about this a lot, but I am a strong believer in creating habits that will help not only the health of your body, but your skin as well.

I’ve teamed up with Saranghae in hopes of spreading the great news of this brand, I’ve come to love and use on a daily basis. To make sure that this review is effective and honest I’ve been using all of these products twice a day every day for the past month and a half. As one of my followers, I hope that you know that I don’t support giving a company a positive review unless I’ve tested out the product for myself and feel that it deserves a great review and I definitely wouldn’t give a product a positive review if I didn’t think it was great at all.

Saranghae is said to heal, regenerate and protect your skin for youthful and lasting beauty. Now let me just tell you what Saranghae has done for my skin. One thing I thought was really cool is that the name Saranghae, means “I love you” in Korean, how clever and rad is that?! And what’s even better is that is exactly what this skincare brand is all about. Saranghae is an award-winning Korean anti-aging skincare routine, and claims to heal, regenerate and protect your skin by way of everyday events.

Something I do want to share is that I had my mom try the products in this collection with me because just like everyone else we’re looking for our life-changing product that actually does what it says. For me, the collection worked well under my makeup and made my skin feel very moisturized which is what I need after the shower/face wash. But, when my mom used the product it did burn her eyes a little and caused her eyes to water. I could blame it on her sensitive skin but her skin didn’t show signs of irritation. It could possibly be that the chemicals in the product may have been too harsh for her eyes since the product is all over the face.

On the other hand, the great thing about this company is, if you buy the product and aren’t satisfied you are able to get your money back within the 30 days of your purchase. It’s a win win situation and I love it!

Ready to find out about each product in the collection? As mentioned before, there are five and they are each unique in function and awesomeness!

They are:

1. Saranghae Nourishing + Moisturizing Cleanser: Clean your face morning & night

2. Saranghae Deep Radiance Essence + Serum: Penetrate deeper into dermis layer to deliver nutrients to skin cells

3. Saranghae Firm & Lift Cellular Regeneration Cream: Moisturize + Hydrate + Rejuvenate

4. Saranghae Focus Renewal Eye Cream: Restore vitality, diminish wrinkles, visibly lift & firm and brighten the appearance of dark circles around the eyes

5. Saranghae Elemental Essence Mask: Kick back, relax and enjoy a luxurious spa experience right at home

Any how, I have loved this product so far! It can only be found on their website , so check it out and experience the results for yourself!

Take care of that skin, we only get one!

Thanks for following, I hope you have a wonderful day!

Free Admission for Kids of all ages in DFW

Somewhere around the ages between 2-4, you notice every outing seems to become more expensive. Restaurant bills double because children are now eating your whole plate of food and now you’re forced to get them their own. Even admission to your favorite DFW destination can make your wallet explode!….


I feel your pain parents! And that’s why I’ve hunted the web for all things DFW and have found FREE ways you can enjoy yourself with children without being confined in your home.

Keep reading to learn about museums, events, and venues around DFW that offer Kids Free Admission. While many of these locations offer year-round free deals for children’s tickets, I’ve highlighted a few special events around town that also offer FREE admission for the whole family!

Dallas Museum of Art: Keep in mind the museum is closed on Mondays, but the DMA has changed their admission policies within the last few years and is now FREE to anyone (with the exception of special exhibitions when children 11 and under are FREE).

Some of the FREE events and activities at the DMA include:

  • Late Nights at the Museum – the 3rd Friday of every month (6 P.M. -12 A.M.)
  • Arturo’s Library Totes – Various Saturdays throughout the Summer
  • Art to Go Family Tote Bags – Every Saturday
  • Story Time – Tuesdays & Wednesdays in July (12-12:30 P.M.)
  • Family Tours – Tuesdays & Thursdays in July (2 P.M.)

Nasher Sculpture Center “Target First Saturdays” :
Families are invited to join the Nasher during the First Saturday of each month for FREE admission for the whole family from 10 A.M. -5 P.M. & family activities from 10 A.M. -2 P.M. Target First Saturdays are designed especially for children in preschool to elementary school and feature a line-up of activities that encourage creative thought through a monthly “Big Idea.” Make sure to check the Nasher Calendar for updates or changes to this schedule. During regular hours, children ages 11 and under are free.

Crow Collection of Asian Art’s Adventure Asia :
Enjoy FREE admission all the time, but especially during Family Days at the Crow on the First Saturday of each month from 10 A.M. -2 P.M. Themes each month will vary, but in general you can expect a storytime, crafts and activities, plus museum exploration!

Galleria Dallas’s Showtime Saturdays:
Every Saturday starting at 11:30 A.M., children and families are invited to enjoy the amazing FREE entertainment provided by Slappy’s Playhouse. Performances vary from puppet shows to prince/princess shows, and even the occasional appearance by the Dallas Zoo. Not only does this cost you nothing to attend, but you can expect more free entertainment just by staying to play on the 3rd floor indoor play ground!

Home Depot’s Kids’ Workshops :
The First Saturday of each month, your local home improvement store hosts a FREE workshop just for kids ages 5-12 (though this is just a guideline!). From 9 A.M. -12 P.M., kids will learn handy skills by making their own projects such as a chalkboard door hanger, birdhouse, or race car. Each child who participates the entire class will receive a certificate of completion, an official Home Depot Workshop apron, and Pin, plus craft to take home! Registration is appreciated to help them ensure enough supplies, and parents are expected to stay and participate!

Lakeshore Learning:
If you are looking for an educational experience, join Lakeshore Learning (Dallas North Tollway & Alpha) for “Free Crafts for Kids” each Saturday from 11A.M. -3 P.M. These FREE crafty classes are designed for children ages 3+, and no reservation is required!

Trinity River Audubon Center:
Explore for FREE the 3rd Thursday of every month. No strings attached.

Watermark Church Tree Fort: Okay, so this isn’t a formal event or activity, but it’s still 100% FREE! As seen in our 7 Days of Indoor Play post, the play area inside Watermark Church (LBJ & Park Central) is open to the public. Since it revolves around their service and class schedule, be sure to check the “open” hours at the bottom of their Common Questions.

Somewhat Free Admission for ALL AGES

Legoland Discovery Center & SEA LIFE Grapevine:
Check out your local Chicken Express and various other restaurants/stores for a Buy an Adult ticket, Get a Child’s Ticket Free. These coupons floating around and will be good all summer! (Note: These have to be used “at the door”.)


Have a child who’s under the age of 2? Here’s where you can go around town and not pay a dime for their admission!

Play Street Museum (under 1 FREE, Ages 1-8, $11)
The Gentle Zoo (under 1 FREE, General Admission, $5)
The Coop Frisco (Ages 9 months & under FREE, otherwise $10/child)


Have a child who’s pushing that age limit of free admission? In addition to the above, here’s where you can go around town for your young ones to receive regularly FREE admission at various ages.

What about tickets to Sporting Events?

Texas Rangers (and Globe Life Park in Arlington): Children 13 years of age or younger are eligible for reduced-price tickets in Upper Reserved and Grandstand Reserved seating areas, and children under 36 inches tall may be admitted free of charge but must occupy a ticket holder’s lap.

Dallas Cowboys (and AT&T Stadium): For Cowboys games and most events, children under the age of one do not need a ticket to enter AT&T Stadium. They must be seated on an adult’s lap and not interfere with the sightlines of other guests. Other events may require all children, regardless of age, to have a ticket to enter the stadium. For specific information regarding the children’s ticket policy for a particular event, please call the AT&T Stadium Ticket Office at (817) 892-5000 or the Guest Services Hotline at (817) 892-4161.

Dallas Stars & Dallas Mavericks (and American Airlines Center): For all sporting events and most concerts, children one year of age and younger do not require a ticket to be admitted into American Airlines Center; however, they must sit on an adult’s lap and may not occupy a seat. Any child two years of age and older will require a ticket to enter the arena and must occupy their ticketed seat. Please note that some shows (especially those intended for children) may have a different age policy. Contact Guest Services at 214-665-4299 for further information.

Frisco Rough Riders (and Dr. Pepper Ballpark): Any fan two years or younger and sitting on a lap does not need a ticket.

Dallas Sidekicks (and Allen Event Center): For most events, children two years of age and older are required to have a ticket to gain entrance to the Allen Event Center. PLEASE NOTE: Occasionally an event will require that all attendees regardless of age possess a ticket. Please check the event’s ticket policies at the time and point of purchase.

FC Dallas (and Toyota Stadium): Children that are 3 feet or shorter are not required to have a ticket into Toyota Stadium for sporting events. Children that are three feet or shorter may sit in a ticket holder’s lap, so long as the child does not obstruct the view of others nearby. There will be a height check station at all gates. If a child is taller than three feet, they must provide a ticket for entry. Policies may vary for concerts and special events. Please contact Customer Service at 469-365-0000 for information pertaining to specific events.

Korean Ice Cream

These aren’t your average ice cream cones. Jipangi, a Korean J-shaped cone is made from a corn-based mixture which can be described as pretty plain, Bubble Jipangi’s version is similar to Cap’n Crunch. They comes in two colors (yellow or pink), two sizes (small or large), and is filled with vanilla or chocolate ice cream. You can also choose to get a combination of the two ice cream flavors and can add toppings like strawberries, macaroons and pocky sticks.

When I visited Bubble Jipangi, I chose the large yellow Jipangi with the combination of chocolate and vanilla ice cream, coffee and strawberry macaroons and finally topping it off with two chocolate pocky sticks. The jipangi cone in my opinion was not as soft as I would like it to be, but it’s too harsh were I am unable to munch on the cone either.

It was also fun to hold and look at with its unique shape.

If you like trying new things, this is deffinetly a place you’d want to check out!

Check out some of Eater photographer Kathy Tran’s mouth-watering visuals.

Location: 2640 Old Denton Rd #148, Carrollton, TX 75007