Originally I bought this loofah for bathing, but it was too soft.
So now I use it for the dishes 😁
It’s non abrasive on the cups and dishes and that’s why I love it.
Just make sure you squeeze out all the moisture and let it air dry when it’s not being used
From @nefertari_bodycare for 35 pounds
History time: this café on the left is called ‘El Fishawy’. Although the café was founded in 1797 by Fahmy Ali Elfishawi (google helped 🤓) the café got its fame from Naguib Mahfouz who used to frequent this spot with fellow writers and intellectuals of his time. In a way, this little corner was a cultural and intellectual hub in Mahfouz’s time. If you don’t know who Naguib Mahfouz is, google him :) Now? The café is filled with tourists and people like me who like to snap picture of it. No sight of writers or intellectual conversations. 🤦🏻♀️
ماسك القدم الكوري والايد 😊
ماسك القدم هيغنيكي عن البيوتي سنتر خاااالص .. لأنه بيقوم بتقشير القدم و بيرجعهالك زي رجل البيبي .. ناااااعمة جداااا .. و كمان بيشيل تشققات الكعبين 👣👣👣
هو عبارة عن جوز من الشرابات البلاستيكية
تحتوي على مادة لتقشير الجلد الميت تماما ..
طريقة الإستخدام :
تلبسي الشراب البلاستيكي و تخليه لمدة سبع ساعات متواصلة أو ممكن تلبسيه و تنامي بيه .. بعدين تشيليها و ترميها
وتغسلي رجلك ببلسم أو شاور جل .. بعد كدة هيبدأ التقشير في بطن الرجل
و يمشي على الكعب و الرجل من فوق .. تقريبا خلال من 5 ل 8 أيام .. حسب سمك الجلد
* يشترط أنه أثناء ما القدم بتقشر ممنوع تحطي كريم عليها + ممنوع تزيلي القشور بإيدك طول الفترة و خليها تنزل براحتها .. بعد كدا هتظهرلك طبقة جديدة نظيفييية جدا زي الأطفال .. وبعدها خلاص تبدأي تهتمي بقدم رجلك و ماتخليهاش تجف و تعتني بيها بالكريمات الخاصة بالقدم أو بكريم كعب الهوانم .. * ماسك القدم تحفة بجد 💞💞💞
I never got this guys name but he stole a handful of things from the kids’ house and was just genuinely insane, and so I had to take a portrait of him. .
In September of 2017, I had one of the biggest eye-opening trips of my life. I went to Cairo, Egypt with my father, his wife Rita and her youngest son Billy. They met while my dad was in Cairo for a job opportunity in 2012 and she moved to Tallahassee, Florida with him shortly after his year of work was up. The reason we went was to reunite Rita and her other three children who had recently been left to survive on their own in Cairo. They hadn’t all been in the same room in over twelve years. .
Rita is originally from the Philippines, but had lived in Cairo for twenty years. When the kids were very young, she was treated like a maid by her husband and his mother. She was slowly but surely driven out of the house and seldom allowed around the kids because of her Filipino descent. Their dad wanted them to be raised by their grandmother and to be known as Egyptian children. In 2011 he broke the news to the kids about Rita being their biological mother. He gave them the option to see her, but only on Fridays. Being so young and naive, they were constantly dissuaded by their grandmother not to visit her on those Fridays. .
In 2014, Rita left for the United States with my dad and her youngest Billy. Sadly the kids father died just prior in 2013, so their grandmother then watched over them, or rather they watched over her. She had become extremely ill of cancer and passed away in early 2017. The kids, Beshoy, Alena and Emilie who were seventeen, fifteen and fourteen had been left in complete despair when it dawned on them that no one was around to help them. A family friend, Magda, along with other parental figures told the kids that they’d forever be on their own and that Rita would never come.