What is "clean beauty?" Is it really that big of a deal? Does Clean Beauty really matter?
So what changed my mind? What got me to sign up as a consultant for Beautycounter: advocacy. Specifically, Beautycounter's advocacy. As a company, they are going after the ROOT problem.
Here is where I admit that I’m a terribly picky eater. I don't like how cheese tastes and only eat it in small quantities when I have to be polite.
I don't want my fear of failure to stop me from trying something new anymore. I'm going to push through. And I know this won't be easy.
Beautycounter likes to promote four-step skincare regimens of Cleanse, Prep, Treat, and Protect. I say that at least two of those are optional, depending on your skin's needs. But two of those should never be skipped!
Remember that movie "My Big Fat Greek Wedding" with the dad who was always telling people to just "put Windex on it." Well, that is the Cleansing Balm, folks.
It's time to sit down and contemplate what belongs on to-do lists, what needs to be re-learned as habits, and how to avoid turning small tasks into horrific projects that never end.
While cold prevention is ideal, it's not always a reality. So here are five things I do to help my family get through seasons of shared colds.
The verse is an excellent reminder that love is what connects everything together.
I love the oxford comma. Fight me.