Tuesday, November 3, 2015

Kajamaz Adult Footie Pajamas Launch in US and Canadian Markets

Adult footie pajamas continue to enjoy great popularity in Europe especially during the cold season of autumn and winter. Lots of people enjoy the fun design and the warmth provided by adult onesies pajamas. European brand of adult footie pajamas Kajamaz each year offers new fun prints on the market .

This year Kajamaz announces the launch of a new flannel collection Autumn/Winter 2015/2016. All the fabrics in the onesie pajamas collection have been specially manufactured for Kajamaz and are 100% cotton with both sides brushed for extra softness and coziness. The new onesie collection features such designs as: Happy Cats with multicolor smiley cats; Night owls with cute blue owls on white background and Christmas Morning with fairytale polar animals frolicking in the snow surrounded by Christmas trees and snowflakes.


Kajamaz footie pajamas brand has a special focus on the quality and is not mass produced in China but manufactured with an eye on details in Europe. As brand director Galina Soldatenko said: “ We are using quality fabrics and manufacture our products in Europe to make sure our clients are happy with the quality. This is what makes Kajamaz different from our competitors. We also use YKK the best zippers on the market that will never break on you. Our design is also different – we find back flap with Velcro closure not so convenient that is why we developed a different adjustable back flap specially for Kajamaz.”

This year Kajamaz onesie pajamas has launched its line in Amazon US, Canada and Italy in addition to the UK, it is also available through the website at Adult Footed Pajamas.

Check out Kajamaz on Amazon.com:
Adult Footie Pajamas

Amazon Canada:
Adult Onesie Pajamas

Also available in Italy:

Sunday, October 27, 2013

Adult Footed Pajamas: Great Christmas Present with a Difference for the Whole Family

If you, just like thousands of people around the world, are looking for ideas on what special present to give to your loved ones for Christmas, we may have an idea for you.

Consider a practical, unusual, fun, unexpected present that will make the receiver feel warm, comfy and have fun every time they use it...

Can you guess what it is? Nope, it is not another Coffee Mug with a funny quote on it!!! No, something totally new and unexpected – we suggest you get your friend or family member an adult footed pajamas called Kajamaz!
 Sounds surprising? You thought only kids wear those?  But we say : why should kids have all the fun??!!  Kajamaz - adult footed pajamas is a practical present as it is best at keeping wearer warm and comfy when sleeping or lounging at home. It is fun as it has a fun bright print and design that reminds us of our childhood and makes us feel goofy in a way.
It is unisex so you can get a matching set for your family.
There are many companies on the market making footed pajamaz but this time we recommend to check out Kajamaz as these folks use 100% natural cotton flannel fabric, high quality materials for production (YKK zippers among those) and a new adjustable design for back drop – no those stiff sticky hook and loop strips but adjustable stretchable butt flap that allows you to set it to the comfortable length.

Remember, on average in our lifetime we spend 26 years sleeping - we'd better make those years fun!

Thursday, July 12, 2012

Beauty Review: Youth Infusion Serum Vaxin by Givenchy

I like serums! I just like how light, concentrated and quick to deliver the effect they are… I use a serum every 3 months... Vaxin serum caught my eye just as it was released. Probably it was the name :-) Vaxin – is like an injection against aging. Quite a strong message for a consumer, don’t you think?

So here is my review of Givenchy’s Vaxin

Product Tag Line:

Vaxin for youth

Product Profile in short and the Promise:

  • Helps skin reinforce its defense and repair mechanisms
  • Skin stays visibly smooth
  • Complexion is even and luminous

    What’s Inside:

    “a unique complex”

    Close-up on Active Ingredients:

    Top 10 ingredients
    Pentylene Glycol
    Cetearyl Isonanoate
    phenyl trimethicone
    Jojoba Esters
    Methyl trimethicone
    Ethylene/acrylic acid copolymer
    Butylene Glycol

    Somewhat lower on the list I see oat kernel extract, panax notoginseng root extract, cotton extract, soy flour, yeast extract, evening primrose root extract… some interesting extract I must say! Technology Apparently Givenchy is using a special technology Hormesis - defined as "favorable biological responses to low exposures to toxins and other stressors". Certain ingredients of Vax'in are used to produce a hormetic effect on the cells and to stimulate skin cells from inside to behave as young cells.
    Watch this short interview with Biogeronologist, Prof. Suresh Rattan


    Texture: white, creamy, light
    Smell: strong perfume smell

    The first thing that gets my attention is the beautiful silky texture. The serum immediately gets absorbed into the skin and leaves the feeling of softness and comfort. In fact immediately the skin gets kind of a glow as if you just had a facial. My skin reacted very positively and in a week of daily use for the night, it looked healthier, smoother and suppler. You do have to apply a moisturizing cream after the Vaxim Serum.

    I was using this product in June and found it was a good kick for the skin at the change of seasons.

    Price Tag: 90 USD

  • Friday, September 2, 2011

    Healthy Eating: Eat Drink and Be Healthy - Book Review

    I have a special relationship with food as, unfortunately, many women do... For many years I have been dieting. So at some point of my life I ended up having an eating disorder. Then I more or less got it under controll, but I still would do yo-yo dieting. The only time I ate without giving too much thought to every piece I swallow was during my pregnancy. I was hoping I could retain normal eating habits after delivering the baby but desire to loose baby weight and fit into my normal pre-pregnancy clothes was too strong. Hence the dieting marathons started even though I felt I needed to focus on healthy eating and not on weight issues. I also felt responsibility of giving a good example of healthy eating to my son. In addition being a Mom of a toddler, so i don't have many opportunities for rest or relaxation which is a big challenge. I started to experience constant lack of energy and tiredness, moodiness and lack of concentration. I decided it was time I started doing something about it. I needed to fill my head with healthy eating ideas and concepts. I wanted to read a good book that will inspire me and help me to make a change. A relative mailed me a book called Eat, Drink and Be Healthy by Walter C. Willet and Patrick J. Skerrett. I am finishing it now and because I liked it very much I wanted to share with you my impressions.

    What I liked about the book is that it is based on research data and doesn’t contain any diet speculations. The authors analyzed a huge volume of research data on nutrition and diet and quote only facts in their book. For example, if outcome of research on a certain subject is conflicting or insufficient, they clearly state so and make no assumptions. The book focuses a lot on the USDA healthy eating pyramid and offers its own slightly adjusted variant. A big focus of the book is diet’s role in preventing heart disease as well as cancer. I liked that the authors provide the basic ideas for nutrients our bodies need for healthy functions, they offer guidelines for choice of sources for these nutrients based on their nutritional value and benefits for the health. They also compare these sources. For example which is the best source for protein: meat, fish, legumes or dairy? No easy answer! You have to weigh all pros and cons of each food and the authors help you make informed decisions! The book is really a good guide to healthy nutrition choices!

    I have some critical comments as well. I feel that the book lacks summaries, tables and lists of facts, foods etc. Those are really useful for organizing information or when you want to see information at a glance or for a quick reference. Half of the book offers recipes with summaries of nutritional value. I find those helpful but less useful than for example tables with nutritional information about various foods such as calories, protein/carbs/ fat content , glycemic index, vitamins/minerals. Recommendations on the best way to cook various foods to preserve their nutritional value would also be welcome. Also the book is not international reader friendly because it gives a lot of information about nutritional value of particular USA brands or fast-food dishes which I have not heard of and which have no informational value for me. Oh… and some illustrations look like a joke. It doesn’t bring down the value of information but doesn’t look serious.

    I would recommend this book for those who want to get basic guidelines for healthy diet that would help thm prevent heart disease and cancers. The factual part of the book (excluding recipes) is 217 pages so you don’t have to invest much time and you will get clear facts without any creative writing from the authors.

    Thursday, August 11, 2011

    Beauty Review: Bed Head Dumb Blonde Conditioner

    In my perpetual search for an effective treatment product for my damaged hair I decided to give Bed Head a try. Ignoring the insulting title I purchased Dumb Blonde Conditioner (what on earth was their marketting team thinking?!).

    The first impression I want to share with you is about the way this product smells. It is so intense and overwhelming and sweet and again SO strong... The only thing you want is to get it out of your hair and out of your shower.

    Result: It did produce an effect on my blonde damaged locks. They became softer and had more volume to them. What they remained is VERY dry.

    Conclusion: Bed Head Dumb Blonde Conditioner is really not enough to revive color treated dry damaged hair. If your hair is in as critical condition as mine, you will need a more intensive treatment (e.g. a mask, serum) to moisturize and restore the hair and as a bonus give apply Bed Head Dumb Blonde Conditioner to add softness and volume.

    Sunday, July 31, 2011

    Beauty Shopping: YSL Powder, Estee Lauder Bronze Goddess Sunscreen, Jeanne Piaubert Ultra-Slimming Gel, Bed Head Conditioner, Shiseido Tanning Lotion

    In my first post I’d like to make a quick overview of most interesting products I purchased after my last post. It is sort of hard to remember already.

    My Estee Lauder Double Wear Powder that I absolutely love fell down and went into pieces. I tried to use it for a while anyway but would always end up messy :-D So I needed a new powder. At first I wanted to go for my usual choice but the sails girl attracted my attention to YSL Matt and Radience Enhancing Pressed Powder. I liked the idea of being matt and at the same time radiant!!! So I got it! Will write a review on this one..

    For my trip to Greece I bought Estee Lauder Bronze Goddess Sunscreen SPF 30 hoping that it will be better than the last year’s Clinique’s sunscreen of the same power. Unfortunately I was very disappointed - it was as oily and sticky as the Clinique's one.

    I am always in search of a good restoring product for my damaged blonde hair. This time I tried Bed Head Conditioner with some color lock-in technology. I will review it later...

    I was not happy with the way skin looked on my tummy and thighs so I decided to try out a new firming, anti-cellulite product... I was recommened to try Jeanne Piaubert's Supermince Slimming Gel. To tell you the truth, I so seldome see any result from such products... but I still buy stuff like this at least once a year!

    And I again bought Shiseido tanning lotion. It gives the best natural looking glow to the skin without any lines.

    Wednesday, July 27, 2011

    I am back!

    Hi Everyone! Thanks for still following my blog even though I have disappered for such a long time! I owe an explanation as to why I was absent for such a long time. I was busy with many projects, mostly volunteer work, family and business issues.

    The main thing that kept me busy was a local breast cancer fundraising project which literally took over my life. In the end it was very successful and worth the terrible stress and all the work. I also got involved into other charity projects.

    At the fundraising event. I am on the right.
    Check out my hair :-) This is a new look for me.
    I pulled it all up into a tight classical knot
    Sorry, this is the best pic I have.

    In addition, I was working intensely on setting up and editing local women’s association’s website, blog and other internet accounts. It is an amazing feeling to do volunteer work - I feel it is fulfilling and very rewarding even though no money is involved. It's been a very busy, often hectic time... I discovered how hard it is to balance motherhood with social life, business and volunteer work. I have to say I did not find a way to juggle all of these responsibilities and commitments without a huge toll on my health. This is another reason I was absent for such along time.

    I am still involved into volunteer work but I am ready to return to blogging. However from now on you may notice that the style of my blogposts will change and I will expand the “repertoire”. I will still post about beauty, skin care and I will review products but maybe not in such scrupulous detail as before. I would also like to talk about beauty from another point of view – I have been thinking a lot lately about beauty as a concept in the society, all the various contradictions and issues associated with it.

    Friday, March 11, 2011

    Beauty Shopping: Genifique by Lancome

    I finally splurged on my spring skin care kick. This year it is concentrated treatment from Lancome Genifique, the Youth Activator. This is an expensive product so I actually tested it 3 times before I finally decided to part with some $$$. I loved the effect from the samples so let's see how impressed I will be with the results from a full size product.

    For my incredible generosity I received a present Renergie Lift Volumetry moisturizer. The box promises firmer skin and defined contours.

    Thursday, February 24, 2011

    Beauty Digest: Illegal Beauty

    With the growing pressure to look young the popularity of plastic surgery grows every day. Plastic surgery as we all know very well, is extremely pricey. That's why many women decide to turn to underground cosmetic procedures. In the recent story (featured on cnn here) a young woman died after she received injections of a substance, supposedly sillicone, into her buttocks. The procedure cost her 1800 $ and was performed at an airport hotel by a singer known as Black Madam whom police has identified as Padge Victoria Windslowe, 41.

    The number of similar insidents is growing. Women are literally dying to change their bodies to "fit" a beauty image currently popular in the society. And it seems to me there is no solution to this problem. Because first it was the pressure to be extremely skinny and people would starve themselves into oblivion. An effort was made to change the "wrong" perception of a female body in the media and as a result we have now the other extreme. Being bootilicious is sexy now and women are having illegal sillicone injections to get volumptuous forms.

    Why are we forcing it? Can't we just accept ourselves for what we are and be happy?

    article about Black Madam on philly.dom
    discussion about the crime on websleuths.com

    Saturday, February 12, 2011

    Top 5: Beauty Foods

    photo by afraidtomerge at flickr.com

    1. Carrots are good for your skin too! Beta-carotene - found in carrots is a powerful antioxidant and will help your skin stay young longer. Some studies also show that beta-carotene can repair sun damage.

    photo by infowidget at flickr.com

    2. Salmon is not only delicious and is my favorite fish, it is also good for your skin as it is rich in the precious Omega-3 fatty acids. They help maintain cell membranes keeping skin healthy, hydrated and supple. According to some studies Omega 3 helps to protect skin against sun damage.

    photo by rightee at flickr.com

    3. Tomatoes contain high levels of Vitamin C and lycopene. Vitamin C is involved in collagen production and protects cells from free radical damage. Lycopene is an effective antioxidant which fights the free radicals that damage skin cells, interfere with cells growth and activity.

    photo by fotoosvanrobin at flickr.com

    4. Spinach is one of my favorites! It contains luitein. Studies show that lutein increases skin hydration, elasticity and skin lipid content.

    photo by xlynx at flickr.com

    5. Watermelon, be it a fruit or a plant, is not only the best treat on a hot summer day but the right way to hydrate your skin! Which is crusial to its beauty every day! Remember, hydration is absolutely necessary for the best healthiest function of the cells. According to Dr Murad eating water is much more effective than drinking water because this way fluid gets directly into the cells and is not waisted in our swollen ankles and puffy eyes! And listen to this, watermelons are 97% water!

    The Water Secret by Dr.Murad

    Monday, February 7, 2011

    Beauty Shopping: More Gold!

    Check out my recent acquiry for my collection of golden makeup!

    Guerlain Golden Lash from the last year holiday collection purchased at a huge discount and Isa Dora Wonder Nail Polish that attracted me by promising quick dry and strong hold!

    Friday, February 4, 2011

    TGIF: Excited

    This sets the mood for a party!

    Janet has always been an inspiration! Talented, beautiful and sexy!

    Monday, January 31, 2011

    Beauty Buzz: Would You Buy Beauty Products From A Vending Machine

    More and more companies turn to vending machines to retail cosmetic products. BodyShop recently joint the two beauty vending pioneers- beauty retail Sephora and fragrance company Coty. Now Body Shop products are available for purchase though 20 vending machines set up in varios locations in the us in airports and shopping centers as well as in grocery stores such as Kroger Marketplace and Stop & Shop.

    More and more luxury high-end products are available for purchase through the vending machines. For example, a company called Chirp is selling bags from Michael Kors, U*tique dispatches cosmetics and fancy chocolates, Retro Sport offers tees with vintage NFL logos.

    All of the machines accept credit cards and not cash.

    So what do you think? Progress? Or would you prefer to touch, smell, hold a product and buy from a live person?

    Marie Claire Jan 2011

    Thursday, January 20, 2011

    Best of Beauty 2010

    This year I have not been doing enough reviews - I admit... But I have tried and discovered for myself some outstanding products and I thought it would be a good idea to do each year a roundup of the products that I consider best in various categories. So here are my favorites for the year 2010!

    Best Skincare Product 2010

    This nomination is absoluteky won by Dr Denese’s Advanced Firming Facial Pads

    These peeling pads with glycolic acid are absolutely amazing. They make your skin glow and look youthful even on your worst days i.e. you feel like sh** but look perfect!

    Best Eye Product 2010

    I still consider Guerlain's Happylogy Glowing Eye Care the best eye cream ever!

    Best Hair Product 2010

    Sheer Blonde: Blonde Hair Repair by John Frieda did miracles for my hair. It literally revived it, maid it look healthy, shiny and bouncy!

    Best Makeup 2010

    This year my heart belongs to Dior! I have been bewitched and drawn like a magnet to Dior's makeup. As a result I have now 2 gorgeous sets of eyeshadows by Dior which win Best Makeup 2010 title:

    Dior's eye shadow from their summer 2010 collection Golden Spotlight 616 ads gold karats to your eyes. You can wear it alone or layer it ontop of other eyeshadow to get the effect of precious gold sparkles.

    Dior All-In-One Artistry Palette 008 Smoky Design - everything you need for a vamp smoky eye is in this palette.

    Best Quick Fix 2010

    La Prairie Light Fantastic Cellular Concealing Brightening Eye Treatment has served me very well the whole year to conceal the tell-tale signs of sleepless nights...

    Best At Home Treatment 2010

    Shiseido Benefiance Pure Retinol Instant Treatment Eye Mask
    These eye pads contain retinol and moisturizing ingredients. They pamper and treat the skin around eyes. I love those!

    Best Body Product 2010

    Shiseido Daily Bronze Moisturizing Emulsion
    This is the most naturally looking tan you can get from a jar. It gives your skin a subtle golden glow. It's a rule: I apply Shiseido Dai8ly Bronze before going to bed and get a ton of compliments in the morning from my hubby!

    Best Perfume 2010

    Nightshift by Harvey Prince
    Magic of the night flowers captured into a bottle of perfume.

    Best Natural Skin Care 2010

    Last year I tried and was impressed by an amazing natural skin care line from the sunny California - Annmarie Skin Care.

    Sunday, January 16, 2011

    Beauty Shopping: Payot Emulsion Reconciliante Soothing Care

    My jar of Estee Lauder Verite moisturizer is about to run out. So yeaterday I dropped by a local beauty store intedning to buy another one but a friendly salesguy trying to be helpful pointed out some discounted products which included Payot Emulsion Reconciliante Soothing Care. And so I got it instead of Verite! It's anyway advisable to change your skin care line from time to time. I already tried the emulsion and it feels really nice! Let's see how it compares to Estee Lauder's Verite...
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