Disclaimer/Privacy Policy

Transparency and Trust: Our Commitment to Privacy

In the world of retail, the expectation often prevails that salespeople will go to great lengths to sell anything, regardless of whether the customer genuinely needs it. The lure of commission incentivizes many to push products aggressively. However, a different approach exists, one rooted in trust and lasting customer relationships. This philosophy has been my guiding principle throughout my career, both then and now.

I’ve always been comfortable focusing on what my customers truly need and desire, rather than relentlessly upselling. I treat people as I would like to be treated when I’m the customer, prioritizing their trust and satisfaction. This trust from my customers has led to years of friendship and an ongoing exchange of cosmetic advice. Many of these connections endure, with friends still using products I recommended, and often seeking further guidance.

This blog is built on the foundation of trust and honesty. I provide candid opinions on products and how they perform for me. If a product doesn’t meet my expectations, I’ll be straightforward about it. My work is a labor of love, and I take great pride in the effort I put into it, ensuring that every word I write is genuine.

The products featured on my blog are primarily those I’ve purchased myself, some of which remain from my retail days, although I no longer work for the same company and have no affiliations with it. On occasion, PR samples, tester products, and gifts may appear on my blog, but I evaluate them with the same scrutiny as purchased products. My reviews are never influenced by any brand, and any paid posts will be explicitly disclosed. I’m selective in accepting samples, only considering products I would personally purchase or have a genuine interest in. I turn down more offers than I accept.

It’s essential to note that just because a product may not suit my specific needs doesn’t mean it won’t be perfect for someone else. My reviews are based on how products interact with my combination/oily and occasionally dehydrated skin. However, what works for me might not work for everyone with the same skin type. While I hold qualifications in anatomy, physiology, and beauty/skincare consultation, I cannot provide personalized skincare advice without examining an individual’s skin. My recommendations are general, and I always suggest researching a product and its ingredients. Every person’s skin is unique, and product efficacy can vary widely. For example, I may have issues with Glycolic and Rosehip Oil, but many people love these ingredients. It’s a matter of finding the right formulation for one’s skin.

Photographs: All photographs on my blog are taken by me unless otherwise credited. If you find any visuals on my blog that belong to you and haven’t been properly credited, please notify me, and I’ll rectify the situation. If you wish to use any of my photos, whether for personal use, publication, or display, please request permission first.

Privacy Policy

In this privacy policy, we outline the practices and principles that govern the collection and use of your data. Please review this policy carefully to understand how we handle your information.

Scope of this Privacy Policy:

  • This privacy policy is applicable to actions taken by Anastasiia Krivenok and users concerning this website. It does not extend to external websites that may be accessible through links on this website.

Data Collection:

  • We may collect various types of data, including personal information such as your name, contact information (email addresses and telephone numbers), demographic data (e.g., postal code, preferences, and interests), IP address, and web browser type and version. This data is collected in accordance with this privacy policy.

Our Use of Data:

  • Anastasiia Krivenok is the data controller under the Data Protection Act 1998. We retain data you submit for 12 months unless legal obligations require longer retention. Your data will not be disclosed to third parties unless legally compelled. We store all personal data securely in accordance with the Data Protection Act 1998. Data may be used for internal record keeping, product/service improvement, and email transmission of promotional materials, all in line with this privacy policy.

Third-Party Websites and Services:

  • We may engage other service providers to assist with certain website processes, but they won’t have access to specific personal data.

Links to Other Websites:

  • Our website may include links to external websites. We do not control or endorse these websites, and our privacy policy does not apply to them. Users are advised to read the privacy policies of these external websites before using them.

Changes of Business Ownership and Control:

  • If our business expands or changes hands, data provided by users may be transferred to the new owner or controlling party. We may also disclose data to prospective purchasers, always ensuring your privacy is protected.

Controlling Use of Your Data:

  • Users have options to restrict the use of their data, such as opting out of direct marketing and data sharing with third parties.

Functionality of the Website:

  • Certain features on the website may require the submission of specific data. Users may restrict their internet browser’s use of cookies, as explained in the Cookies section below.

Accessing Your Data:

  • Users have the right to request a copy of their personal data held by Anastasiia Krivenok, subject to a small fee not exceeding $0.00.


  • Data security is a priority for us. We’ve implemented physical, electronic, and managerial procedures to protect your data. While we do our best to secure your data, please be aware that internet transmission is not entirely secure.


  • We use cookies to enhance your website experience. Users are presented with a pop-up requesting consent for placing cookies on their computers. You can choose to deny consent, but it may affect certain website features. Please refer to your internet browser’s help menu for information on enabling or disabling cookies.


  • Rights under this privacy policy cannot be transferred to others. We may transfer our rights under this policy if it doesn’t adversely affect your rights. No delay or omission by either party in exercising any right or remedy will be deemed a waiver of that right or remedy.

Changes to this Privacy Policy:

  • We reserve the right to make changes to this privacy policy as needed or required by law. Any modifications will be promptly posted on the website, and your continued use of the site constitutes acceptance of the updated terms.