Disclosure

This policy is valid from 15 December 2011 (Edited September 26th 2016)

This blog is a personal blog written and edited by me. This blog may accept forms of compensation.

The principles and opinions expressed on this blog are purely my own, and may not reflect the same principles and opinions of others (ie. companies I will be reviewing for).  

Any product claim, statistic, quote or other representation about a product or service should be verified with the manufacturer, provider or party in question.

All photos (unless otherwise stated) are owned by me, and cannot be reproduced without my consent, regardless of watermarks or the absence of watermarks.  The exception are the 'awards' and 'tags' photos, which I have no idea who they belong to.  They were sent to me by other lovely bloggers, and please assume that I did not create the photos used.

I do not tolerate bullying, rudeness, racism, discrimination, or any other such negative traits on my blog.

If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to let me know! :)

If I use a product that was sent to me for review, I will always indicate that it is so.

I do really enjoy reviewing many types of products and I have a sort of salesperson personality trait sometimes where if someone ends up liking and wanting to try or buy a product I review or endorse, it gives me a feeling of satisfaction.  There are things I've reviewed in the past that didn't work for me but I still wanted to show the item in the best light I could, while still stating that it wasn't for me and mentioning problems I had with it.

However, I feel that the best things in life aren't inanimate objects.  No one is better or worse than someone else because of the number or type of possessions one owns, whether it be a car, huge or small home, the latest skin care product or luxury perfume or handbag.  No one is a better or worse person because of how much money they have or don't have, or how many products one person has collected or gotten rid of.  Things don't have to be a competition all of the time, and it's taken me a long time to get to that type of realization.  Habits can be hard to break and I know that it will be something I will struggle with for a while yet, but I don't want to feel like I need to be better than someone else.  Relationships, love, helping and caring about others, these are the things that really matter to me and I hope that in this consumerist age more people feel that way too.


-Ashesela

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(Eidted: September 26th 2016)