No for real, my grandma asked me to make this post. And what grandma wants, grandma gets. But honestly, I feel like a lot of beauty blogs neglect to talk about mature skin and some of the issues these clients can face. And I understand that the younger clientele are the ones that typically look for guidance on these blogs, but there are tons of older clients out there that want advice too! So today I’ll dedicate this one to all of my mature readers that are looking to feel beautiful but can’t find any posts on the internet for their skin. Continue reading
My first post discussed skin, and hopefully by now you have an idea of what your skin type is. No skin type is better than another, every skin type has their pros and cons, and every skin concern can be corrected via the right skincare. I thought I would share my skincare routine with you and how it has evolved over the years. This might be a longer post so get a snack. Just as a disclaimer, this is what works for my skin, and what works for me may not work for you.
Let’s talk about chemicals. Hyaluronic acid is a chemical found in the body that holds moisture – 1000x it’s own weight in moisture to be exact. It’s my favourite chemical. And yes, that’s right, I have a favourite chemical. It keeps the skin firm, plump, and hydrated but as we age, our amount of natural hyaluronic decreases. That’s when our skin starts to look dull, dehydrated, and fine lines and wrinkles make their way into our lives. These signs of aging are natural, but not to fear, we can combat aging with our skincare. Continue reading
My first post – this is so weird. I’m just going to get right into it. The very beginning of any beauty routine isn’t a foundation, or even a primer (although I’ll get to that eventually). It’s a word some of you might be shocked to see on a beauty blog: skincare. Skincare. Skincare. S k i n c a r e. I’ll say it louder for the people in the back: SKINCARE!!!