Content and Photos Copyright

All the content and photos are copyrighted by Bathroom Dancer and republishing it in full is not permitted. You are allowed to share the information within fair use. A fair use excerpt is considered not to exceed 10% of the post content and includes a link to the original content.

I chose not to watermark my images because it makes them look ugly. However! I trust my readers to give me credit when they do borrow images from my blog and link back to me. I do not want to be mean, but please acknowledge the time and effort I put in to photographing the product and writing the reviews.

Sometimes this blog will use images found on the internet. I do not claim to be the owner of these images. These visual contents are copyrighted to their respectful owner. If you are the owner of an image and want it to be removed, please contact me and I will do so as soon as possible.


Everyone's skin is a little different, so what may have worked for me may not work for you; and what may have worked terrible for me might work wonders for you. I am not a professional nor do I claim to be. Please note that all of the product reviews I write on this blog are 100% my own opinions about my experience and that I am not affiliated with any of these companies in any way unless otherwise stated.

This blog is PR friendly. This also means that I accept free products and samples from companies for reviewing purposes. I do not accept money for reviews, just the product. Reviews are done based on my personal experience with the product and are not influenced by third parties. Just because I get a product for free does not mean it will get a favourable review. If I am reviewing a free product that I got from a company for review purposes, I will disclose it at the end of the review.

Cruelty Free

I believe in ethical treatment of animals and make the effort to NOT use brands that I know are tested on animals. For example, you probably won't ever find me using or reviewing anything from CoverGirl, L'Oreal, Maybelline, Rimmel, NYC etc. because these companies are known for their animal testing policies.

There are many companies that do not test on animals but at the same time, they do not openly publicize that. So that's when I usually have to send them the email asking them whether they are cruelty-free before I go buy and use their products.

Unfortunately, there aren't a lot of information on imported beauty products regarding their cruelty-free status. So sometimes, you will find me reviewing products where I have no clue about whether they are cruelty-free.

When you read my reviews, for companies that do NOT test on animals, you will notice that I put a cruelty free logo on the bottom right hand corner at the end of the blog post. When you do not see the cruelty-free logo, this usually means that I do not have any information about their cruelty-free status and these products are usually imported brands.

Advertising and Affiliates Links

Bathroom Dancer puts up banner advertisements of companies and brands from Google Adsense and Adbrite. These advertisements earn money through clicks and impressions. There are also affiliate links on the side and sometimes included in blog posts. The affiliate links does not necessarily mean that I own or endorse their products. These affiliate links are added simply because this website earns a commission every time a purchase is made using such links.

The commission earned through advertising and affiliating is used to support this blog. Although, please do not feel pressure that you have to purchase using my affiliate links. I will still love you if you don't ♥

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