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This post is sponsored by the PRIMP Network. As always, all opinions are my own.
Everyone’s been ranting and raving about the PMD device that allows you to safely and effectively perform microdermabrasion treatments at home. So I put it to the test.
Okay, so you figured it out. I got my eyebrows microbladed, which is a fancy term for tattooed on.
If you’ve been reading my blog for awhile, you know that I’m always on the quest to eliminate pimples and breakouts. Part of avoiding breakouts comes from the inside out – like eating, sleeping, and feeling well. The other part of being breakout-free comes from the types of products you use on your face.
If you get the weekly newsletter than you already know that Dan and I booked a last minute trip to Munich/Bavaria over Christmas! Since winter weather + flying = extremely dry skin, I’m excited to share a cute little kit I found that is perfect for winter travel.
There are so many skincare products on the market that it is hard to commit to something to see if it will actually work. Sometimes I feel like I am accepting someone’s skincare opinion when I have no idea if we have similar skin types.
The truth is, individual beauty routines and anti-aging products only work for specific skin types. I decided to get some answers by having my skin DNA tested.
Luckily I don’t have too many fine lines and wrinkles, but preventative maintenance is key for my almost-30 face. For just 3 minutes a day I can look like a superhero and dramatically reduce the wrinkles around my eyes and forehead with the Dr. Dennis Gross SpectraLite EyeCare Pro. What’s not to like about that!?