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Pink is my jam. Not necessarily hot pink, but the soft blush or dusty pink. You’ve seen me in pink dresses, pink shoes…and plenty of pink handbags have graced this blog. So now it’s time to feature something else awesome and pink – the Sand & Sky Australian Pink Clay Mask!
The sunny months are coming. The days are longer, and I long for every moment I can spend outdoors. I even try to squeeze in a couple of walks around the block during the workweek just so I can get some fresh air and enjoy the weather.
Between my day job, blogging, and just…life, there isn’t as much time for sleep as I always hope. I don’t love to load up on caffeine, because it makes me hyper and jittery. Plus, I swore off energy drinks like RedBull and 5 Hour Energy because they freak me out.
I’ve figured out some tips and tricks to looking and feeling energized, regardless of how crazy my schedule is.
Real talk. I really dislike going to the nail salon to get a pedi, and they ask you if they can razor your feet to get all the calluses off. My answer is always – hell naw. I don’t even like when they use the cheese grater thing. It makes me feel weird. I have a friend who recently had a bad experience with that, and it left her hobbling and bleeding (don’t worry, she is okay!)
So when I discovered the Emjoi Micro-Pedi, a handy (and safe) callus-removing tool, let’s just say I was overjoyed to go to town on my feet.
We will do pretty much anything for our skin, right? Rub mud all over it, shave it, exfoliate with diamonds, and I even heard there is a slug facial lurking around somewhere.
But what if I told you that bee venom was the next revolutionary ingredient in skincare? The science behind it makes sense. And you can find that special golden ingredient in Venofye skincare.