Exfoliating is a great step to incorporate into your skincare routine to help deep clean your pores and remove any dead skin for a more smoother and even tone complexion. However, it also important to keep in mind that over-exfoliating is also a thing or using an exfoliator that is not suitable for your skin type can end doing more harm than good.
I often receive a lot questions about exfoliating such as, why you should exfoliate? Or what’s the difference between the different types of chemical exfoliators? So I thought why not answer all those questions and help those who still aren’t sure about exfoliating.
Whenever your body tells you its feeling bloated, heavy and congested you’ve probably turned to a detox diet. The purpose of ‘detoxification’ is to help cleanse your body from waste, impurities and toxins to keep the body functioning at its best; to improve digestion and restore energy.
But how often do you do a skin detox? A skin detox is a great way to cleanse your skin and pores from impurities for a healthy and radiant glow. Pollutants and dirt from the environment can clog your pores, and toxins from your diet can cause your complexion to suffer.
Fortunately, Neutrogena has launched a skincare range AKA your skin’s new best friend, that specifically focuses on detoxing your skin; to help brighten your skin and reduce breakouts and hyperpigmentation.
Earlier this year Lush (one of my favourite beauty brands) released an innovative and forward-thinking range of skincare products. The products all come in a bar form (yes, even the oils) and you have to melt them into your hands and gently massage into the skin to use them. When I heard about the skincare drop I was so excited, and thank you to the Lush team for gifting me with some of the goodies.
The package-free products include a wide range of essential skincare items such cleansing balms, exfoliators and facial oils – offering new and soothing ways to get clear, hydrated, radiant or calm complexion.
February is the month of love, to celebrate all types of love especially the one with yourself.
Self-love and self-discovery is an on-going journey for most of us and some days are harder than others. We aren’t contestants with each other but rather we should fellow supporters, where the prize is your self-worth.
Here is a little love letter from me to you to with some suggestions to help you with your self-love conversation.