A few weeks ago, I shared a new haircare brand with you: Hair Food. I was in search of hair care products free of parabens, mineral oil, silicones, gluten, sulfates and dyes. So how did the Hair Food Sulfate Free Color Protection collection work?
For this week’s Ingredient of the Week post I’m talking about one of the most commonly used anti-aging ingredients: retinol! If you’ve ever been to a dermatologist, watched a beauty ad on television, or been inside a skincare store, you’ve seen the word retinol on a label. Basically, it’s everywhere. But should you really be using it? What is retinol?Read More
I’ve talked about it a little but Beautycounter has a “Clean Swap” promotion happening that ends tomorrow. And it’s AMAZING. You can get great quality Beautycounter products that don’t have any toxic chemicals for free. Here’s what this promo is all about.
My recommendation: The best way to take advantage of this Beautycounter products deal is to buy the Band of Beauty Membership, shampoo, mascara, and lipstick. Then in your shopping cart, select the face oil, a conditioner, and Countermatch lotion. You will also see a free gift of my favorite charcoal face mask ($49 value) get added to your cart automatically! Your order total should be $116 and you will get 15% of credit toward your next order making it under $100! And I love all of these product recommendations.
For this week’s Ingredient of the Week post I’m talking about PEGs! They’re another commonly found chemical in moisturizers, sunscreens, and shampoo so make sure to read the back of your current products. PEGs are often contaminated with toxic impurities which is why I’m writing about them in this series. So, what are PEGs and what do they do?Read More
Ever since I’ve gotten more into skincare (saying I’m into it is an understatement, I’m obsessed), I’ve been getting more and more questions on Instagram about common skin issues. So, I thought I’d share some of the most asked questions I get in hopes of helping you get one step closer to perfect skin. While it may be a process, you can always feel free to send me questions!