S K I N C A R E
PRODUCTS THAT WORK + current faves
HEALTHY & HAPPY SKIN
Over the last year or so, I have really made it a goal of mine to clear my skin and find products that work for ME. I have never had a great skincare “routine”; buying random products here and there and never could settle on one. I have learned that you can mix & match skincare to make it more effective for yourself individually. But most imporatantly, you have to stick with it! Trying a new product every two weeks probably won’t give you the best results, or tell you if the products are really even working! I have been using product from these few skincare lines for at least several months (minimum). I have a lot of these products for over a year and have found what products really work for me. My main skincare routine is heavily TULA; with a little bit of Herbivore, and itCosmetics, as well as adding in a few other products here and there that I also love!
I am passionate about sharing my skincare faves because I know how important it can feel to someone
to have clear & clean skin. Here are some simple and practical ways you can help implement
a good skincare routine & healthier skin in general:
Wash your face & apply lotion every night before you go to bed
Wash you face first thing in the morning
Use sunscreen daily - some moisturizers or foundations have SPF30 already in them!
Do NOT touch your face during the day unless your hands are just washed & clean
Clean your makeup brushes every week or 2 weeks
MY SKINCARE FAVES
tula / itcosmetics / herbivore + more
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I love that TULA products are probiotic; they work to balance and calm your skin. These products are working with your skin to create more balanced & beautiful skin. You can use them as a full routine, or add them to skincare products you already are loving. The Pro-Glycotic Resurfacing Gel is a great toner before applying your favorite moisturizer, and I love the Exfoliating Treatment Mask for a 10 minute skin refresh!
TULA one year skin update: READ HERE
TULA for sensitive skin: READ HERE