I want to welcome all of your beautiful faces back, and thank you for stopping by my blog 🙂
If you are subscribed to my beauty channel on YouTube, then you are well aware that my good hand is in a cast, and I have to keep it on until the first week of March. I am not allowing this to stop me in any way from making my posts or videos though, so I am recording a lot of talkative content in the meantime.
This brings me to todays post. I have had quite a few requests from the past, as well as recently to do a skin care routine. This was actually shocking to me because I never thought anyone would see my natural, bare skin as beautiful. I had struggled a lot with self-confidence growing up, and finally now in my late twenties, I am confident with my natural face.
The most important thing that I want you all to know, is that regardless of how many “flaws” you have, or think you may have about your skin, you are all BEAUTIFUL! Never let anyone make you feel any less.
Okay, so now that I’ve said that I am going to tell you a little about my skin, and the products that have been working very well for my skin.
What kind of skin do I have?
- dry areas
- oily t-zone
- blemish prone
- large pores
List of products:
- Neutrogena Ultra Light Cleansing Oil
- Garnier Micellar Cleansing Water
- Philosophy Microdelivery Exfoliating Wash
- Simple Soothing Facial Toner
- Cetaphil Moisturizing Cream
- Tarte Maracuja Oil
- Mario Badescu Rose Water Facial Spray
- Olay Fresh Effects Dew Over Moisturizing Gel
- Biore Charcoal Pore Strips
- De La Cruz Sulfur Ointment
Favorite face mask brands?
- Miss Spa Beauty
The best advice as well as getting into a good skincare routine would be to drink a lot, and I mean a lot of WATER! It hydrates you, and detoxifies your body which will leave you beautiful and glowing on the outside.
What are some products that you love using on your skin? I would love to look into them 🙂
Disclaimer: What may work for my skin, may not work for yours, so just keep in my mind we all react differently when using new products.
Thanks so much for reading!