I’ve had my share of ordering wine and regretting it the second I took my first sip. Too tart, too bold, too sweet. Can’t I just take a quiz online and have my perfect wine match delivered to my doorstep instead? The answer to that question is: YES, thanks to WInc!
Now that Summer has ended and Fall is here it’s time to reflect on our skin’s ever-changing needs. Like most oily-skin people, I like to use a lite and multi-tasking moisturizer in the summer (think hydrating and blurring) and swap them out for heavier cremes in the winter. However, this time around I’ve decided to hold onto and transition three of my summer faves into winter simply because they’re just THAT good!
I’ve made significant changes in the past quarter regarding my mental health and have started to build better habits. So why not apply that same discipline to my physical health? I’ve decided to make three small lifestyle changes to get fit and give Summer 2020 the body I feel the most comfortable in, and now I want to share them with you!
Face masks have always been a staple in my self-care routine, but up until this summer, they weren’t a top priority in my skincare routine. In my quest to clear, even, radiant skin I decided to take three masks in particular as seriously as I do my cleansers. Who would have guessed this would've helped my oily and acne-prone skin (hormonal cystic acne to be exact) tremendously!
Surprise! I’ve decided to grow out my 3B/3CTWA, so it’s time I stuck to a super simple curly hair routine. In this post, I focus on the basic structure of what makes a curly hair routine work for me and what DevaCurl products help me achieve a poppin’ wash and go.
In this second installment of my Skin Update Series I’m sharing with you the new acne medication that I’m on to treat my hormonal cystic acne, the side effects I’m experiencing, and updated skin photos!
Unfortunately my struggle with hormonal cystic acne isn’t over. In this new Skin Update Series, I’ll be taking you along my journey to normal acne-free skin. Follow along in this first post as I catch you up on my skin story, my previous Accutane experience, and what my dermatologist told me when I asked for a second round of Isotretinoin.