The perfect skin care routine.
You might think putting together the perfect skin care routine is fraught with complexity or you’re a beauty maven and you curate you own bathroom cabinet essentials.
It may be a matter of trial and error. Or, you have a sense of whatever the next-best-thing is, will be the answer to your skin care prayers. It may lead you to ask questions, or it may find you trawling the internet or even the supermarket aisle out of frustration.
Rose Hip Oil.
I’ve been looking at the ingredient rosehip oil. For me, this oil conjures memories of childhood. It was one of those remedies my mother would spoon out regularly to ward off colds and other such ailments. I think it may have worked, as I was rarely sick. But can it be as useful for the immunity of the skin?
A little light relief.
Madonna recently posted an image on Instagram bathing her face in a comforting blue light.
I stared at the picture, daydreaming about what it would be like to have my very own blue light device. I imagined Madge strolling down to a purpose-built wing of her home where all manner of equipment for beautification and anti-ageing would be at her fingertips.
I don’t know if this is true, but if I was Madonna and had the financial means to do so, I’d without a moment of hesitation, have my very own blue light.
What was Maddona doing?
Gelatin, the overnight sensation.
What’s a family get-together without a big bowl of Jelly trifle? But have you ever thought of jelly as a health food? No? A superfood? Are you kidding? Reduce wrinkles? Really?
They say it takes 20 years to make an overnight success. When it comes to gelatin, you could say even longer. It’s been around for so long you’d be forgiven for thinking it was anything more than an essential, albeit humble ingredient for making jelly. Well, read on as I’ve got some great news for you.
The path to flawless skin.
Indeed tis‘ a rocky one. A journey to a destination you may never reach. You, your skin, ever changing, influenced by so many factors. Time, the sun, your diet, the bad habits you refuse to give up or the good ones you wished you’d taken on so much earlier.