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Help! Tiny bumps suuuck >:(
I got a little problem ☹️ I recently got these tiny bumps on the side of my nose. They dont really come out on camera which sucks. But i cant pop them, there aren’t very many of them, but they’re super irritating, they dont hurt, and i dont think that its fungle acne. But i did upgrade my skincare routine CeraVe - Foaming Facial Cleanser For Normal To Oily Skin The Ordinary - Niacinamide 10% + Zinc 1% The Ordinary - Caffeine Solution 5% + EGCG The Ordinary - Azelaic Acid Suspension 10% CeraVe - Daily Moisturizing Lotion For Normal To Dry Skin Aveeno - Sensitive Skin Mineral Sunscreen SPF 50 Every week or month i use The Ordinary - AHA 30% + BHA 2% Peeling Solution For about 8-10 minutes. So if anyone has any recommendations i would deeply appreciate it 💖💞
The Ordinary-AHA 30% + BHA 2% Peeling Solution
PLEASE HELP :(
I’m not one to get a lot of pimples. But now that I actually have them I just want them to go away. My skincare routine isn’t finished yet and I do need some recommendations. I already have CeraVe - Foaming Facial Cleanser For Normal To Oily Skin CeraVe - Daily Moisturizing Lotion For Normal To Dry Skin The Ordinary - AHA 30% + BHA 2% Peeling Solution (not used everyday) I think that my skin is just getting used to the new products. So I’m not completely sure what to do. If you have any questions just let me know and I’ll get back to you ASAP! Thank you 🙏
The Ordinary-AHA 30% + BHA 2% Peeling Solution
Ultimate Guide to Achieve This Korean Gradient Lip With a "Just Bitten" Effect !
I've always obsessed with Korean makeup, they look so girly and give a more youthful and innocent appearance. So, as a fan of Korean makeup, today I'd like to create a Korean gradient lip. All we did to get a gradient lip was dab on a tint on lipstain in the inner center of your lips and spread it out for a serviceable, if slightly blotchy, gradient look. step1: Conceal. Instead of swiping concealer across your entire lip surface, pick up a bit with your brush and dab it just along your natural lip line, being sure to blend well. Step2: Simply start from inferior labial inside to outside by dizzy catch is opened deep to shallow. Step3: Deepen the gradient by dabbing on a darker liquid lip colour in the inner center line of your lips with a brush. Blend, and you’re done! Tips: ❌Do not apply the lipstain directly. Even if your lip stain comes with an applicator, you'll have more control over it if you use a brush. ✅Blending is necessary. Use your fingers or a brush to blend the lip stain better.
The Good and Bad Alcohols of Skincare.
Alcohol as a first ingredient in any skincare product is a problem! Although, it is not easy to convince everyone of this, hopefully this post will make everyone thing twice about the ingredients of their skincare products. The bad types of alcohol as listed above, are volatile alcohols. These types of alcohols have a quick drying finish, immediate degreasing of the skin, and a weightless feel. This type of product is daughter after by just about everyone in the skincare community. Although this sounds like an amazing ingredient to have in your skincare, the long term negative benefits outweighs the short term benefits. The negative benefits you will see from long term use of volatile alcohols are dryness, disruption of the skins microbiome and the skin barrier, an over all strain on how the skin replenishes, renews, and rejuvenates itself. Skin damage for alcohol can resort in an increase in bumps and enlarged pores. On the good side of alcohol, we have alcohols that are known as fatty alcohols. Fatty alcohols are derived from coconuts or palm oil. Fatty alcohols are sometimes used to thicken a formulation, which allows for it to be nourishing for the skin. These types of alcohol are non-irritating to the skin. At the end of the day Fatty alcohols are great for any skin type. The huge take away from this post is that fatty alcohols are beneficial to skincare.
Skincare tips for COLD weather!❄️
Since it’s officially fall that means cold weather is upon us! When it comes to skincare that usually means dry hands, cracked lips, and dry skin for me. However, I’ve finally come up with tips to combat dry skin this winter! 1. Wash face and body with warm water, not hot! I know it’s hard to resist that hot shower on a cold winter day but trust me you’ll see a huge difference. 2. Dry Brush before shower to exfoliate dead skin! I love doing this to not only exfoliate but help with circulation and ingrown hairs in the winter.PRIMALLY PURE - DRY BRUSH 3. Invest in a humidifier! When winter comes so does that dry brittle cold, so it’s so important to have a humidifier! Not only does this help with keeping your skin hydrated, it also helps prevent that dry throat when you wake up. 4. Apply moisturizer to damp body and face! If you want your moisturizer to penetrate deeper, it helps to have a slightly damp body and face when applying your moisturizer! CeraVe - CeraVe Moisturising Cream 5. Apply Vaseline to lips, hand, and feet before bed! After applying your moisturizer, it is key to seal in that hydration with Vaseline to the parts of your body that get the most dry during winter. For me that’s my lips, hands, and feet! Vaseline - 100% Pure Petroleum Jelly, Original I hope these tips helped, let me know if they did! Cold weather is upon us! ❄️⛄️
Vaseline- 100% Pure Petroleum Jelly, Original