This is my favorite cosmetic product of all time. Over the past few weeks, I've bought a ton of make-up and been experimenting with make-up application via youtube videos. This stuff takes the make-up off without any harshness to my sensitive skin. It's also my go-to cleanser at the end of the day - lifts the dirt and gunk right out of your pores, locks moisture in, and doesn't absorb into your face. LOVE.
This is my new favorite from the Pond's line. My now-gone Mexican grocery store used to carry a ton of Pond's products, but the labels were always in Spanish, and I never knew quite what the creams were for. Low and behold, the Mexican line of Pond's is now being offered in most Houston grocery stores...and with a label in my mother tongue. This one's called Rejuveness and contains lactic acid and collagen. It bills itself as an anti-wrinkle cream, and may I just say, it delivers on that description. Plus, for someone who's never been able to use glycolic acid, Retin-A, or any of those other skin-burning acids due to my sensitivity, this one is actually gentle. I usually smear it on before I go to bed at night, but if I apply it in the morning under sunscreen, my face looks better by the end of the day than it did when I woke up. For reals, yo. Bonus? It's about $10 for a huge jar. Not ready for a $10 commitment? Target usually has the sample size in their travel aisle.
PJ is the bomb! I am a huge fan of items that lock in moisture without absorbing into your skin or bloodstream. PJ does just that. You can slather it on anything, but don't do it too often, or it will build up on your skin. My current favorite use for the petroleum jelly? I rub it on my eyelashes and eyelids before I go to bed. It makes your eyelashes soft and keeps them from falling out...which is to say that your eyelashes stick around creating a fuller and thicker look. That's right, kids. Your eyelashes need conditioning just like the hair on your head.
No mascara on this gal! I have short, stubby lashes, but they're loving the PJ! Cost? About $3 for a tub.
Almonds. Good for your skin. Good for your brain!
And don't forget the Vitamin C! I love strawberries because they're snack-size.
Lock in moisture after the shower with baby oil. This one also boasts aloe and vitamin E. Limited number of ingredients, doesn't absorb. My skin's SO soft. :-) I think it runs around $2.
Um, yeah, I keep a dry erase marker in my bathroom for comments, complaints, and otherwise. Here's the latest piece of graffiti left on my wall. <3 p="">
So, I have about ten different fragrances right now, and my taste is, um different. I like the woodsy and natural-like smells: sandalwood, cedar, jasmine, patchouli, you get the idea. People often tell me I smell like a camping trip. I've had this one for about a year, but it's currently my go-to. Sweet, but musky. The brand is TokyoMilk Dark. The name is Bulletproof. The smells are: smoked tea, coconut milk, crushed cedar, and ebony woods.
My hair is naturally frizzy. Not really curly, not straight, just frizzy. Let it dry naturally? It's kinda frizzy. Blow it dry? It's super frizzy. Blow it dry with a diffuser? Takes about an hour and looks good for half a day. Enter this awesome new product I found! Spray it into your hands, rub it into your hair, and voila. No frizz. Me likey. Name: Got2B Sleek. Found this accidentally, and it was about $5. I'm also using it in conjunction with the Phyto line of shampoo and conditioners. My hair is not frizzy...and soft. Lurv.
Pretty hair gets pretty styling...with a new colorful flat iron!
I broke down and after years of filters and tap water and everything else, I'm now buying bottled water. It just tastes better, and as a result I'm drinking a lot more water. Yeah for skin hydration! And yes, I'm recycling the empties.
Soft face, soft skin, soft hair! I feel so purty and girly. :-)
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