If my skin could handle it (not to mention my bank balance) I could easily purchase beauty products on the daily (skincare products are my weakness). Instead, they’re going on my wish list until I have finished my current skincare, hashtag adulting.
There are so many amazing beauty products that have launched this month but I have narrowed it down to my 3 favourites, check them out below!
If there is one thing I research a lot and am passionate about; it’s skincare. Skincare is a massive investment of your time or money.
I’ve spent a tonne of time and money on facials and skincare to try and improve my skin. The products you use and your routine is super important but with these skincare beauty hacks, I have noticed a massive improvement in my skin.
Whilst there is nothing more exciting than traveling to a new place, the worst part has to be packing. Knowing what and how much to take with you, especially when it comes to your beauty items.
The thought of waking up in a new place makes me just want to throw my hair into a bun and go adventure seeking. However, there’s nothing wrong with also wanting to maintain some beauty routines and keep a nice appearance.
It’s important to save on weight and space whilst traveling, so here are some beauty items that are essential when traveling.
I’m not sure if it’s just me but 2017 has brought nothing but dull and blemished skin so far. I decided to start trading in my afternoon coffees for this healthy glowing skin smoothie, with noticeable results.
I’ve been doing research into which foods can help improve my skin. A lot of obvious things came up like salmon, broccoli, and almonds. I also stumbled upon a whole list of foods I already enjoy that I used to create a delicious and creamy green smoothie!
Frozen banana and avocado give the smoothie an incredibly thick and creamy taste. The mango and pineapple sweeten things up and the greens pack one huge nutritional punch. Your skin will be thanking you for this one.
I’m approaching my mid-twenties and whilst that’s not old, I’m no longer 16. Which means washing my face with soap and moisturising with body cream is no longer an option (I strongly advise against this btw).
Even though we know it’s important to care for our skin, it’s not until we hit our mid-late twenties that we start to take notice. While we may be happy with how our skin looks now, it won’t be long before we start to notice fine lines and/or pigmentation.
During the winter months, my hands became very dry and overworked. I did a lot of research into how to get them back to normal, here’s what I found. There are a number of reasons why they become dry and cracked, the main reason being a compromised outer layer of skin.
Your skin will naturally heal itself, however, overwashing, chemicals and exposure to the sun, cold air and the wind will gradually damage the outer layer. This means your skin will no longer be able to hold onto moisture and heal itself.
Thankfully there are a number of ways to restore damaged skin and keep your hands looking younger for longer, here’s how!