As people across the country advocate for racial justice, there are numerous ways you can take action. Apart from donating to organizations, we can also show our support by highlighting and putting money into black-owned businesses, especially smaller black-owned companies since Covid-19 has threatened to close many.
So, today, I’m highlighting a few small, black-owned skincare brands that sell products that have either worked for my sensitive, eczema-prone skin or piqued my interest based on their ingredient list and the positive feedback from other skincare bloggers I trust.
Drunk Elephant is one of the most popular skincare brands on the market, and it’s one of my favorite skincare brands. The brand has beautiful aesthetics, and the idea of a results-driven line without fragrance or alcohol is always intriguing, especially with my sensitive skin.
My love-affair for Drunk Elephant began in 2016 and continues today. Read more as I break down my thoughts on the Drunk Elephant line and my top five favorites from the brand.
We can all have a good skincare routine without breaking the bank!
To see my budget-friendly skincare routine, keep reading!
We spend a lot of time and money on our skincare regimen. So, it’s crucial that we get the most from our products. This is why it’s so important to layer your skincare correctly.
When you follow a recipe or a set of instructions, you must do so in order, right? Step one comes before step two, which comes before step three, and so on. The same applies to how you layer your skincare. If you don’t use your lotions and serums in a specific order, you’re disenabling them from doing their job.
Learn more about how to layer your skincare like a pro and my general guidelines on skincare product layering. And get a free cheat sheet so you can remember all the steps on layering your skincare.
After spending over four weeks in my apartment, here’s how I’m passing the time while social distancing and self-isolating. From songs to movies to books and self-care, I got you covered. I’m even including websites that have been getting all my money, thanks to their fabulous sales. Read more to find out the things getting me through.