Toner is one of the biggest misunderstood skin care products out there.
And to be honest, at one point when I was younger, I also believed some of these myths. What about you?
1. Toner is a cleanser.
This one bugs me the most. I’ve read blogger reviews where the person clearly didn’t understand the role toner plays in a skin care routine. They’ll say, “It worked great removing the makeup my normal cleanser leaves behind.” Yes, you may see remanents of your makeup on the cotton pad you just applied your toner with, but that’s because anything wet applied to a cotton pad and rubbed on your face will do that if you didn’t do a good job of cleansing in the first place. Read more
As soon as the season changes and the temperature gets cooler, my skin starts to get dry and feels tight. I have my favorite moisturizers that I switch to this time of the year, but it’s always fun to try something new. I’ve been using Bolden Butter Mint Shea Oil for a couple of weeks and have noticed a difference.
This Shea Oil is 100% natural and is made from ethically-sourced Shea nuts picked and processed by local women’s groups in Burkina Faso, West Africa. Read more
The Michael Todd Soniclear is a game changer when it comes to exfoliating your skin to impart a healthy glow. I currently have both the Soniclear Classic and Soniclear Petite. Using the lowest setting, it’s gentle on my skin and I love how it tackles the blackheads on my nose. If you haven’t tried it yet – you definitely should.
Michael Todd is premiering their Soniclear Elite Deluxe on EVINE Live and evine.com featuring a special Michael Todd Today’s Top Value – EVINE Live’s best value of the day! Read more
I partnered with AVEENO® on this post. All opinions are 100% my own. I’m participating in the #AveenoDailyChallenge for three weeks.
When it comes to my skin and incorporating healthy habits into my daily life, I can sometimes get into a rut. Whether busyness gets me distracted, the stressors of daily life keep my sidetracked or sometimes, dare I say it, pure laziness gets ahold of me – it all wears on my skin.
As we begin to delve into the colder months, it’s not only important to begin incorporating healthy habits into our lifestyle, it’s imperative. From colds and flu to dry skin and eczema, it seems Fall and Winter are frought with ways to bring you down. So how can stay on top of it without slacking off? Read more