Product Review: VITASTIK Vitamin Vaporisers

Product Review: VITASTIK Vitamin Vaporisers


Happy Sunday Folks. I have a product review to share with you on this beautiful cloudy Sunday, cloudy where I am anyways, and it is a very different type of product. I bring to you VITASTIK, a vitamin vaporizer. This product is a nicotine- and tobacco-free electronic cigarette. perfect for those trying to stop smoking. It comes in 5 different flavours – Energize, Grace, Refresh, Calm and Relax, each contains various vitamins, so instead of inhaling and exhaling harmful tobacco and nicotine, smokers and non-smokers, who enjoy a bit of ‘puff-puff’, can unwind with a VITASTIK indoors or outdoors.

The VITASTIK Relax sounds right up my street. I love the combination of fresh berries, huckleberries and blackcurrant, and these days, I am happy to try anything meant to help me RELAX. My life at the moment is just too busy with running a household and juggling a blog full-time. VITASTIK Calm is also another favourite, the mix of vanilla and green tea, obtained naturally sounds delicious.

I have quite a lot to say about this product but before I get right into it, let’s read what the brand has to say about this new innovative product:

VITASTIK Vitamin Vaporisers Image


VitaStik? What is it? VitaStik® is an innovative, nicotine and tobacco-free e-cigarette. Instead of containing harmful substances, it delivers vapour that is rich in taste, vitamins, natural aroma and organic plant constituents. VitaStik® embodies what you enjoy about smoking. But without the bad aftertaste, the tobacco smoke and the cigarette smell.

No harmful tar or nicotine. Just Vitamin A, B, C and E as well as CoQ10. Furthermore, VitaStik® convinces visually with its modern and clear design. It is far ahead of conventional e-cigarettes and provides natural aroma, water vapour, plant constituents and valuable vitamins, thereby using the same technology that is used in other e-cigarettes. Below you can learn more about Vitastik®.


Here are my thoughts:


  1. I love the bright, colourful packaging, and the chic design. So cute.
  2. I like the cheekiness of the name – VITASTIK. The name explains what the product is about – vitamins in a stick.
  3. I love the fact that there is a variety of flavours and vitamins in each stick.
  4. I love the fact that smokers and non smokers can enjoy puffing these e cigarettes.
  5. I like the thought of vitamins being included in each stick.
  6. It is value for money. One stick goes for £6.50 and you get approximately 500 puffs from each stick. That is a bargain.
  7. No lighter required, it lights up as soon as you drag on it.
  8. No smoke or bad breath, it is all VAPOUR.
  9. You can enjoy a VITASTIK anywhere, on the go, in a coffee shop, or at a party.
  10. All flavours are naturally obtained which help produce the pleasant vapour smell of each flavour.

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None. It does all it says on the pack but I will recommend it more for smokers who are trying to quit smoking.

What d you think of the VITASTIK? Sound off in the comment section.

Thanks for reading and have a great week ahead.

*PR Samples included. This is a collaborative post.

The Highs & Lows of Blogging in 2015

Hot Chocolate


As we begin to count down to the end of the year (I can’t believe we have only 2 days left in the year), I will like to reflect on my blogging journey so far. If I were asked to describe my blogging journey in 2015, in 1 word, it would be BUSY. It was an extremely busy year for Fashion and Style Police, the busiest ever in fact. There have been so many high moments, as well as not so high moments, but I am happy I got the chance to experience all of them. I will like to reflect on my 2015 blogging journey, so I can look back, read this post and remember all the major blog moments.



I have had so many ‘HIGHS’ this year, but here are some of them:


My First Blogging Event


The Front Row Society


I attended the Sleep Well Shop Well Event with Premier Inn and Propellernet in October and I LOVED it. It was my first blogging event and I love the fact that I set my standards pretty high as far as events are concerned. I get invites on a daily basis to various events but I turn them all down because majority of them are in London, or somewhere equally too far away for me to be bothered to make the long journey and sort out childcare, while the others may be close by but I don’t believe it is worth my time or effort, so I decline.

I like the fact that I am picky when it comes to events, time is money so any event I go to has to be worth my time, and the Sleep Well Shop Well was the first to meet my demands. I had part of my travel sorted, accommodation sorted, food sorted, shopping sorted and I had an amazing time. I even met the cool Anna from The Twenty Sumtin blog, I wrote a guest post on her blog and it is all about beauty tips so go check it out.


My First Twitter Party


Christmas Night In


This year – 2015 was all about ‘firsts’, and this time, I hosted my first Twitter party for Ocean Finance. I enjoyed hosting from the comfort of my home, sipping a yummy cup of hot chocolate, and wearing my pretty New Look onesie, you can play catch up with my Tweets, I am @Olojay.


I Stepped Outside My Comfort Zone

Scary Halloween Makeup


This year I stepped outside my comfort zone quite a few times, starting with the Halloween Makeup post for Vision Direct. It was a fun post and I enjoyed creating the look. I have also embraced the lifestyle blogging trend, and written quite a few posts outside of fashion and beauty, like this Cooking Challenge with Expedia and this Food Challenge with Travelodge.

I have enjoyed the variety of my blog posts this year, and I think my readers have to. I am hoping to continue bringing you fun and useful fashion, beauty and lifestyle posts so keep reading Fashion and Style Police.


Fashion and Style Police Turned 3

The blog turned 3 in October and this year has been the best ever so far. I never imagined I would still be blogging in 2015 and doing so well when I started in 2012. I have worked my behind off in the last 3 years and I am so happy today because my hard work seems to be paying off at last. I have worked with incredible brands this year, they have been so many, so I would just name a few with links for you to check out some posts:

  1. I became a Brand Ambassador of Luxemme.
  2. I have reviewed quite a HUGE number of pieces, accessories and products from various brands like Dolled Up Hair, OGX, Debenham Flowers and many more.
  3. I had quite a number of sponsored posts which were well received.



I started freelancing in the summer of 2015 and it has been a bumpy ride but so worth it. I have written for some amazing websites, a few have been published, while many are yet to be published. I will be updating my portfolio page with links once the articles are published so watch that space. I have also started blogging for The Huffington Post so be on the lookout for updates for that on the portfolio page as well.



I try not to dwell on the ‘lows’ but I think it is right to give you the full picture so here they are:


DA Fluctuating

For those who do not know, DA stands for Domain Authority and it is a very important statistic for any professional blogger or any blogger that wishes to make any sort of income from a blog. I almost cried when I discovered my DA had dropped from a 32 to a 26 some weeks ago. It is now at 27, and I am looking forward to getting it back to above 32.


Bloggers Stealing Your Ideas

There is a very thin line between being inspired and outright copying, and many bloggers just go over the thin line. I have discovered similar blog posts on other blogs and I don’t know whether I should be annoyed or flattered some times, but what I would say is if you have to copy another blogger’s idea, then I think it may be time to find a new career, dream or hobby as the case may be, because you will never be as good as the original.


The ‘NO BUDGET’ Line

Most bloggers would be familiar with the ‘no budget’ line and it seriously annoys me that brands/PRs think they can get me to work for free with their talk about exposure and the works. In 2016, I won’t even bother replying such emails. Unfortunately, exposure does not pay the bills, and the blog does not run itself.


Brands Taking Forever to Pay

Chasing unpaid invoices was my other job this year and it was not fun. I hate it when I have to keep reminding you to pay me for a service I have already provided, and I did a lot of that this year, and from what I have heard, the chase never ends as long as you keep having clients.

Hot Choc Mug


The good part about all this is that the highs outweighs the lows massively, so I will continue doing what I do best. Here is me hoping 2016 is even better than 2015 for us all.

With 2 days left in the year, how have you found 2015 so far? Any highs or lows you would like to share? Drop me a comment, let’s chat.

Thanks for reading, see you in 2016.




My Laser Hair Removal Journey: The Second Session

So if you a regular reader of Fashion and Style Police (and if not, why aren’t you?), you would know all about my issue with some of my body hairs as well as my Laser Hair Removal Journey  with Laser Chic Manchester. Well, I had my second session some days ago, after the normal 4-6 weeks wait, and it went so well.

It was as quick as my first session, if not quicker, I was done in about 10 minutes. I guess it was quicker because there was less hair to ‘laser’ off. I didn’t have to shave in between sessions as the hairs did not grow back at all which was great. I didn’t expect the treatment to be that effective from just 1 session, so it was a pleasant surprise. My chin has never felt so smooth.

The second session was not only quick, but pain-free just like the first. It just felt like a sting, I didn’t need any form of pain relief before or after the treatment, and I went about my Christmas shopping once I was done. I only had to apply the Janssen Cosmetics Sensitive Skin Complex after the treatment. This ointment is just to ensure the treatment area is not irritated, and I also have one at home to use just incase the need arises.

Laser Chic Didsbury ManchesterLaser Treatment

I am so happy with the treatment, I have had no issues whatsoever. The guys at Laser Chic always go above and beyond with their excellent service. The atmosphere is light and friendly, you are sure to feel comfortable at the clinic.  All my questions are always answered (no matter how stupid they sound), and I feel comfortable putting my chin in their hands really.

My next session would be in January 2016, so look out for the post. I am so excited and I am looking forward to when my chin would be completely hair-free. Even if I may have to have yearly top-ups, I rather have that, than having to thread or wax every 4 weeks.

I think most people find the whole laser thing new and scary, as new is always scary at first. Well, there is absolutely nothing to be scared off. As long as you are in the right hands, you would be fine, and trust me, it is worth it.

Would you consider ever having a laser hair removal treatment? If yes, what part of your body would you like treated? Share your thoughts.

Thanks for reading and have a great day.


*I received the treatment in exchange for a review but all words are MINE.

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