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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.
I’m crazy about skincare. Actually, I’m serious about skincare.
Sidenote: I’m also serious about scrunchies. I took these photos while on vacation at my in-laws house and the only flowers they had to decorate a flatlay were in the pretty vintage sheets. I brought some scrunchies along (because I use them to put my hair up when I sleep – they don’t break my hair off like other ponytails) and they looked kind of like flowers to me. Haha.
I went in for my first Microneedling appointment on January 10th in the afternoon. I was going to wait to write about it until all four treatments were finished, but I wanted to capture my thoughts on my first treatment, and answer the most popular questions!
Talk about perfect timing. Right before I booked the cruise, I was offered to try out the Emjoi eRase epilator. And the story of what I did when it arrived is quite humorous, in my opinion.
Trying new beauty products has always been a hobby of mine. Not just make up, but skin care, too. I’ve been getting the Birchbox beauty subscription on and off for a long time now, but sometimes they send something so unique and incredible that I need to shout it from the rooftops.
Behold, the Real Chemistry Luminous 3-Minute Peel.
When we moved to DC in October, my skin freaked out. It was right after our honeymoon, and the stress of packing up and moving took a toll on my face. After religiously following this skincare routine for two months, I am so happy with how my skin looks. I don’t have to hide behind layers of concealer and foundation. This is the first time in quite awhile that I’m not battling a breakout!
I’m sharing my routine in the hopes that it can help you or someone you know. Even if you have wonderful skin, or you have a regimen you love, knowledge never hurts! Plus, I really enjoy reading about other people’s skincare tips.
I have oily skin. Like could-use-up-an-entire-blotting-sheet-and-probably-a-second oily.
I remember doing those “what type of skin do you have” quizzes in Cosmo and Teen Vogue when I was in my teens. My results inevitably landed me in the oil control product section of the article. I always went on to read the dry skin questions and solutions (doesn’t everyone?) just to be sure, which always questioned: “do you feel the need to re-moisturize in the middle of the day?” Uhh nope never in my life.