Here’s my Drunk Elephant Review of five products I’ve been using over the past 9 months.
The products I review are: Protini Polypeptide Cream, C-Firma, B-Hydra, T.L.C. Framboos Glycolic Night Serum, and Beste No.9 Jelly Cleanser.
Find out what I loved and repurchased, and what I’ll never use again.
We want our skincare to help us have clear beautiful skin, not breakouts, redness, and wrinkles.
Click through to find out what skincare ingredients I avoid because they give me breakouts, skin irritation, bumpy texture on my forehead and cheeks, clogged pores, dries out my skin, and even emphasize fine lines and wrinkles.
Ever wondered if the essential oils in skincare is making your skin better or worse?
Click through to find out what products and active ingredients you shouldn’t use in your skin care routine with essential oils, what skin types should avoid them, and how to prevent bad reactions and photosensitivity from products containing essential oils.
Blog and video review of One Love Organics Vitamin B Enzyme Cleansing Oil + Makeup Remover.
Find out what I liked, what I didn’t, who I’d recommend this to, and how it compared to other oil cleansers I love?
Have you ever wondered if there’s a difference between showering with cold vs. hot water?
I did an experiment for 3 months where I exclusively used cold water to bathe and wash my face, hair, and body. It wasn’t easy, but the benefits were great!
Click through to find out what happened to my skin and hair from bathing with cold water, and what skin types would benefit most from doing this (and which ones might not!).
Are you a vegetarian or vegan and struggling with acne? Here’s my top 3 tips on what to change and adjust in your diet to start clearing up your skin now.
Over the last decade I’ve had melasma 3 times. Each time I’ve been able to get rid of it completely. I’ve never had a desire to use hydroquinone for hyperpigmentation. Click through to find out why.
Just completed my 30 day Living Libations experiment using Frankincense Best Skin Ever, Rose Renewal + Frankincense Firming Fluid, All Season Serum, All Seeing Eye Creme, and Royal Rose Honey Mask.
Two out of the five products completely got rid of my stubborn melasma. I can’t believe it.
Click through to checkout my final review of the Living Libations products. Find out what worked amazing for me, and what didn’t!
I’ve had all sorts of bad reactions to skin care products.
Key ingredients that can give me issues include coconut oil, some essential oils, chemical sunscreens, vitamin c, strong actives, and sometimes even makeup.
The reactions I get aren’t only typical redness and pimples; I also get tiny bumps all over my forehead, enlarged pores and blackheads, red and wrinkled skin patches, and texture.
Is your skin purging or is it a breakout?
Click through to find out the difference between skin purging and breakouts. Plus, if it is skin purging, find out how long it should last, and how to avoid a skin purge when using new skincare products.
I developed melasma during my pregnancy. Over the past year I’ve been able to fade 90% of it (and it’s still continuing to fade).
In today’s video I share all the skincare products I used in hopes to fade the hyperpigmentation. Some worked, some didn’t, and there’s even one brightening product that made the pigmentation darker!
Got hyperpigmentation or melasma? Me too! And as I’m trying to fade it, I’ve come to notice that certain sunscreens protects the darks spots and hyperpigmentation really well, and others don’t.
In today’s blog post and video I share what types of sunscreens and active ingredients really work at protecting pigmentation, and which ones don’t.