I might dub “Sunscreen” as the 2017 Summer beauty trend, even though we didn’t have the best summer to put theses products to good use. But with this amazing sunny weather and extended summer we have been having, you may need to think twice about putting away the sun protection. That’s the true irony of it all, isn’t it? You don’t have to wait for a sunny day to use sunscreen. We seem to be wired somehow, to think that our skin is safe if the sun isn’t out. In reality, sunscreen should be part of your daily beauty routine.
So, if you’re going to put it on your skin, every single day, you really have to love it!
If you wrote a breakup-letter with the sun, what would it look like? Here’s mine.
I love your warmth, your cheer and your charm, but I am on to you, you hot temptress. I am thankful for your generosity in sharing all your Vitamin D with me, and for your contribution to my bountiful garden, but girl… you’ re hurting us and it’s time to stop! I have moved on from my golden-goddess goals and looking for other (safer) ways to feel fab around you. In the meantime, I’m rounding up a new #SummerSquad to get over you.
I hope we can still be friends though… I just need a bit of space.
Your old bestie,
When I was in Toronto last month, my high school friend and owner of Wildcraft Care invited me for a tour of her new studio and gifted me all the products in her line in exchange for my open and honest review. Her studio is absolutely gorgeous! I was so proud of her and extremely happy to share in her success. Who would have predicted that she would become a natural beauty product developer and I would become a beauty blogger! Fast forward to present day, and you have yourself the perfect partnership! (Congrats Jess! XOX)
A few weeks ago, I switched up my skincare routine to test out a new Korean skincare line. Belif uses an old apothecary approach for all its products and promises a clean and natural experience. Each container displays a guarantee that products do not contain artificial dies, fragrances, preservatives, mineral oils, or animal byproducts (vegan). The products are also free of parabens, sulfates and phthalates, preservatives known to be bad for the environment and linked to cancer.
Nothing excites me more than testing face cream and moisturizers this time of the year, because my skin is so dry from fluctuating temperatures. I have had a chance to dabble in all the products that were sent my way, and hope to share an honest review to help you with your quest for a new natural skin care routine.