Moisturizers can be SUCH a struggle when you have oily, acne-prone skin because most leave you looking like a grease ball within a few hours and it just doesn’t feel that nice. So I’ve always been on the hunt for a good moisturizer that can give my skin the benefits and hydration that it needs…but without causing me to look like I went on a 4 mile run. And I’ve finally found exactly that in Peter Thomas Roth’s Water Drench Hyaluronic Cloud Cream Hydrating Moisturizer! Let’s talk about why… 🙂[Read more…]
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Essential Oils. Shortly after I got married I was really intrigued to start using essential oils in my life…but I was quickly overwhelmed by the amount of essential oils that are available, which ones are best for what, which ones work well together, which ones do not work well together…honestly, each time I started to look into essential oils I quickly became overwhelmed and just stopped all together. Until recently, when I finally decided to just try a few key oils and incorporate it into my life in some small and simple way. Which is what today’s post is all about! We are not diving in deep into essential oils and the plethora of claims or ways you can use them. We’re just going to talk about a few easy ways that you can start to add them into your daily life without getting overwhelmed.
Thank you Waxing The City for sponsoring this post. Unwanted hair is part of life…and so is getting rid of it. From brows – to backscaping – to bare it all Brazilians –we’ve seen it all. With 100 locations open –you’ll be sure to find a Waxing The City studio near you. First time customers get 50% off their first service!
I’ve thought about getting my eyebrows waxed and shaped several times over the past few years — both considering doing it myself and going to get it done professionally. But I’ve always been kind of scared to! Brows are a pretty important part of your face and if you mess those up…ehh, it could be a rough few months waiting for it to grow back! But it was finally time to get the courage and put the well-being of my brows in Waxing The City’s expert and professional hands — because I certainly didn’t trust them in my own hands! 😛
I’ve always been curious about lip plumping devices, but never enough to invest in one. I’ve always liked the size of my lips. Sure, if my top lip was a tad bigger it would be nice — but that’s not typically how lips are naturally. So why did I agree to test out the PMD Kiss Lip Plumping System? Well, just keep on reading to find out! 😉
If you remember back in the middle of October I shared with you all 5 tips to keep in mind before you start using your PMD (Personal MicroDerm) for the first time — I titled it A REAL Beginners Guide to Using Your PMD MicroDerm because I felt like all 5 tips were things I hadn’t expected or wasn’t prepared for when I first started using this tool. So definitely catch up with that post if you haven’t already — but today I’m bringing you 5 benefits that I’ve experienced since I started using this tool. WITH Before/After pictures included! Ready to see my results??
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Being an avid coffee drinker, I am always dealing with stained teeth. True, if I cut back I would probably not have such a big issue…but no way am I giving up the delicious taste of coffee or the wonderful effects of caffeine! But did you know that you can still enjoy your daily cup of coffee and achieve whiter teeth, naturally, with Tom’s of Maine Luminous White Toothpaste?
Cold sores are a pain in the butt — there is no way around it! Not only do they hurt, are annoying, and insist on ruining a perfectly good makeup look 😛 but they also don’t look that attractive on your lips. If you didn’t know, I’ve dealt with cold sores for years and have learned a thing or two about them — which is where Herpecin L and today’s post come in! Not only am I going to be sharing about this awesome, affordable defense against cold sores that can be found right in your local Walmart, but I’ll also share other tips I’ve learned that helps to prevent an active cold sore break out.