Welcome back to another #TheSkinProject post! This time, we’re talking about exfoliating. 2, 4, 6, 8 – how do we exfoliate? (Forgive me, I’m a goofball!)
I love exfoliating. I had visible blackheads in the pores on my nose at age 11 (my pitifully undereducated response was “How do I get rid of my dots?”) and until I discovered exfoliation, I could never rid myself of them. (Neutrogena Visibly Even Skin Polishing Enzyme Treatment changed my life!) When I got cold, my face turned red and I joked that my nose looked like a strawberry with all the teensy “seeds” of blogged dirt and sebum. Funny, but gross.
Exfoliating clears pores and removes dead skin cells, revealing cleaner and more radiant skin underneath. Any product you use that describes itself as a scrub or has any kind of crystals, microbeads, etc is an exfoliant.
I am very careful to exfoliate more gently on my face than on my body – facial skin is much thinner, more sensitive and easier to damage, so I don’t use products with big, rough crystals of sugar or sea salt on my face, no matter how much I’d like to see results. I personally exfoliate 2-3 times a week.
I’m excited to announce that I’m involved in a cool beauty blogger project called #TheSkinProject! Herein our participating group of bloggers will be discussing their various skincare routines and favorite products. The topic du jour: cleansing!
I take a comparatively simple approach to cleansing: good old fashioned washing morning and night with my cleanser of choice (currently iQ Derma Clear Remedy Purifying Cleanser). I have combination skin with easily clogged pores, so I find this cleanser helps strip pores of dirt and oil without drying my skin out in the arid desert I inhabit.
It’s the most wonderful time of the year – and this time around Sassy Dove will be involved in a lovely project my friend across the pond Cole of the Ball came up with: the #bigblogmasproject. Basically, myself and the other devoted participants will be dutifully blogging for you every day from December 1st to December 24th, and neither snow nor rain nor Aspen ski vacation shall stay we publishers from the swift completion of our appointed rounds.
If you’d like to keep up with our posts, just click over to the #bigblogmasproject hashtag on Twitter and see what’s up, buttercup. Meanwhile, here are the links to the blogs of the other beauties who’ve committed themselves to a month of blog post love, listed by their Twitter handles: Continue reading “A Beautiful Holiday With The #BigBlogmasProject” »
Sometimes you feel pretty good about you, and how you look, but you know you could feel better, if something were different. Maybe it is time to put some new hair into your life. Consider the versatility and style of a synthetic wig, and you may be ready for a new look that helps to change how you feel about you.
Experience the Ease
There is nothing as freeing as being able to finish your hairstyle, completely ready to go out, in just moments. It may take some practice at first, but you will soon find that you can don your wig in a fraction of the time you once spent styling and primping toward elusive perfection. Now, slip it on, adjust it, and enjoy the perfect hair of your dreams.
Try Radical Change
Sometimes, you just know you are ready for something completely different, from a new color to a new style. You know it is time for variety from the top of your head to the nape of your neck. Your face wants a new frame for a change.
Have you ever been told that you look tired? People say this because they want to act concerned; however, it often can be hurtful and offensive. After all, what if you are not tired? If you got a full night of sleep, do you just look bad? Sadly, many people have the tired eyes look regardless of how fatigued they really are. The good news is there are 5 ways to combat this problem, and it doesn’t involve extra sleep!
1 – Use Skincare
One of the best solutions to get rid of tired eyes is skin care. With a good skin system, your features will look younger and healthier. In particular, an eye wrinkle treatment can combat problem areas around the eyes that cause you to age prematurely. This is one of the reasons people seem to look tired. In addition to treatment products, a good moisturizer can eliminate dryness around the eyes. This will add luminosity to the eye area and prevent the tired look. Continue reading “5 Ways to Get Rid of Tired Eyes” »
Beauty with an attitude
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