Category Archives: Skin

Organic Oils For Me

During one of my routinary walks at lunchbreak, I took time out to go in one of the healthiest shops that was ever introduced to me.

One of my work colleagues told me that to remedy my worsening breakouts, I need to go get some tea tree oil. She further told me that she was using it herself and that’s the only thing she does and everything went fine.

I was a bit desperate to find a solution to my case hence, I never hesitated to heed her advice. She also mentioned to get a rose hip oil to fight wrinkles and ageing. When she mentioned Rose Hip, I told her that is also perfect for scars as I have used it in the past. I never knew it’s also good for the wrinkles and she had no idea it’s good for the scars. LOL!

True enough, I found the shop she said I should go to.

And I didn’t have any second thoughts in buying the tea tree oil and the rose hip.

Tea tree oil for breakouts

Tea tree oil for breakouts

Organic rose hip

Organic rose hip

The brand

The brand

Indications and benefits

Indications and benefits

The price I paid

The price I paid

It’s a bit pricey but I am aware that organic products are indeed way too expensive. I have got to try it out for myself.

Personally, I believe in the power of Rose Hip. I am just hoping I will derive positive results from religiously using it.

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Glowing Skin Matters

The most fabulous eyeshadows, perfect gloss and the sexiest hair are nothing without clear glowing skin. First off, we owe ourselves lots of sleep, lots of water, lots of exercise and healthy diet to achieve the healthy skin we so want. If the above-mentioned are achieved, it is now very easy to make our skin supple from the outside.

HYDRATE

Mist your face with an atomizer filled with distilled water. Make up on supple skin looks fresh, whereas make up on dehydrated skin tends to crease. Follow with a moisturizer while skin is damp, to seal in moisture.

CAMOUFLAGE

Apply foundation on areas that need some help, like on blemish scars and discoloration. Use a stipping technique to apply foundation. Pat concealer on undereye circles. Blend gently with your fingertips by tapping on concealer, NOT rubbing, for the most natural effect.

SET

Gently brush loose powder over your makeup, since creamy products tend to shift around in humid temperatures. If you apply too much, you can always brush off the excess.

MORE TIPS: Use a loose powder with shimmer reflective particles to catch the light, and give the illusion of brighter, flawless skin. Now you are ready for makeup!

Originally published on June 5, 2010

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