cetaphil cream

My current face routine:

step 1: If i have makeup on i always use my organic coconut oil. Its really light and is a gentle way to get all my makeup off. I have found it works better than any makeup pads i have used before. To use it just grab about a nickle size amount and rub it in your palm, this will make it liquify and then you can rub it on your face in circular motions. After really rubbing it in use a gentle rag and wipe it off or you can use an absorbent paper towel if you want.

step 2: I wash with this in the morning and at night after getting all my makeup off ,CeraVe Hydrating Cleanser for normal to dry skin. I love this wash especially if my skin is dry because it leaves it feeling smooth and hydrated after using it.  

Step 3: After letting my face dry i will use Dickson’s Original Witch Hazel pore perfecting toner. You can use your fingertips to put this on or a cotton pad, whatever you like best. I love this stuff because it is fragrance free and is very gentle. It helps to depuff and soothe inflamed skin.

Step 4: Now after letting my face dry from my toner i will put my cetaphil Daily Facial Moisturizer with sunscreen SPF 50+ on. Even though it has SPF in i put it on morning and night. It is very moisturizing and feels soothing on my skin.

Step 5: I religiously put my Dr. Dans Cortibalm all through out the day. This is the best lip balm that i have been able to find so far.

Step 6: All throughout the day i will use my coca butter but if i am feeling extra dry or just got out of the shower/bath then i will use my Cetaphil Moisturizing Cream for dry or sensitive skin. This stuff is is very thick and will instantly give your skin a moisturizing feeling.

Step 7: My Aloe Vera 100% Gel ( pure no color added)  I only use if i have been out in the sun that day or if my skin is really inflame. It is pretty sticky so i try and let it dry before falling asleep or it will get all over my pillow but it really does calm my skin down alot. Its also gives you a cooling effect which feels great.

I hope this helps you guys out. I will keep updating my routine if it changes but so far i am loving all these products. Let me know if you have any questions.

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I have finally got around to making this ridiculously long list of my favorite products that I use pretty much every day! I gave as much detail as I thought fit for each product and included various pros and cons. I will not provide links since a quick Google search will give you all the information you need on where you can purchase these items. All items are split into categories to make this post more organized. I do not have any affiliate codes or links. I created this list as a way to share my most loved cosmetics and to give honest reviews of drugstore and high-end products. Your feedback is welcome and much appreciated. Without further acknowledgments, let’s get started:

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anonymous asked:

Your skin looks so clear! What is your skin care routine? By the way you look lovely💘 Have a nice day💋

Well it has something to do with genetics, I never had acne until this past year and then I ended up giving up milk which helped a lot. I also drink lots of water (and pee all the fucking time) and never ever go to bed without taking my makeup off and washing my face.

I use the Target brand knockoff Neutrogena makeup remover wipes to take off all my makeup and then with a Clairisonic, I wash my face with the Neutrogena Naturals Cleanser + Makeup Remover. And then I moisturize with the Cetaphil Moisturizing Cream which says it’s just for your body but it’s the only thing that gets my face the right kind of hydrated. Lately I’ve been feeling extra dry so I’ve been mixing my moisturizer with Farmacy Honey Savior and Vitamin E Oil and making a thick ass paste to just marinate in while I sleep 😂

I also have a lot of texture on my skin so I exfoliate with the Murad Pore Reform Skin Smoothing Polish 2-3 times a week and like I said before, I do have pretty dry skin and I also use the GlamGlow ThirstyMud a couple times a week. And if I ever have a pimple, I use, again, the Target brand knockoff of the Neutrogena extra strength acne spot treatment. It’s supposedly better than the real thing and it really zaps them away fast and I have everyone in my life addicted to it 😂

accutane q&a heh

i get soo many questions about my experience with accutane so i’m making this post that i’ll tag with #accutane qs so i can just link it in my faq : ) 

how/why did you get on accutane? i had been going to the dermatologist for 6-ish months already because my breakouts took forever to go away and i had acne scars/redness on my cheeks, we had already tried everything so he recommended that i get on accutane, i didn’t have to convince my parents or anything 

how much is it? i don’t know bc its different depending on where you live and stuff, you’ll have to talk to your dermatologist about it 

what side effects did you have? during the first month i got emotional easily, the first two months i got joint aches, the last two months i got bloody noses easily, and the whole time i was on it (six months) i had really dry, sensitive skin (which is pretty much a given, everyone gets dry skin) and fatigue 

did you get the big initial breakout that everyone says you get when you first start accutane? i didn’t, but it’s different for everyone! same with side effects and stuff like it just depends on the person

what products did you use while you were on it? i used (and still use!!) nivea lip balm (i put it on constantly) and their in-shower moisturizer, body lotion, and face cream aaand cetaphil cleanser

how is your skin now? did it really work? my skin is soooo freaking nice now, i don’t breakout at all anymore (i think the last zit i got was like 3 months ago, it was tiny and went away in 2 days), most of my acne scars are gone, my skin is really smooth and i don’t have redness anymore. it’s still pretty dry but not bad at all

i can’t speak for everyone on accutane bc everyone reacts differently but this was my experience : ) xx 

anonymous asked:

Hi Carly! I was just wondering if you have any tips for shaving pubic hairs? I wanna start doing it but I'm a bit scared because I've never done it before..

sure!

basically what i do is:
- trim my hair’s down (CAREFULLY) as short as possible.
- after that i start at the top of my pubic area, in slow (i go slow with whatever i shave idk it’s just me) downward strokes.
- then i go from one side to the other, starting at the bottom of my vagina and working my way upwards.
- the hard part is the hairs on the inside, so with even slower sideways strokes i get as much as i can.
- the other hard part is the top of your pubic area that has your clitoral hood underneath, because there are hairs inside AND outside (well for me there are anyway) so i go slower and in different directions (depending on how my hair’s have grown out on this area).
- after its all done i get a damp warm cloth and slowly rub down any hairs that’re stuck to my legs
- then finally i get a dry towel and pat myself dry, then apply non-scented moisturiser, i let it set for about 5 minutes and then i’m finished!

[ Products I Use: ]
• Normal small scissors - not nail cutting ones just proper scissors in a small size. i find its better for me to hold and work with.
• Gillette Blue Plus ll - female razors don’t work well for me, they cut me way too much and overall don’t work for me so i use male razors.
• Cetaphil Moisturising Cream - it’s non-scented and works on all skin types!!!

but of course this is just how i do it. there are millions of different ways to shave your body so you’ll have to do a couple test runs to find out what way and what tools work best for you! every body is different!

happy shaving! 💜

anonymous asked:

I was wondering if you could give me the order makeup its supposed to go in so I know if I'm missing something from my routine? ( like moisturizer, then primer) etc. Also what's your favorite moisturizer?

Hi babe! Xo. 

My favorite moisturizer for the day time is either Glossier Priming Moisturizer or Clinique Dramatically Different Moisturizing Gel. For the night time I love Fresh Lotus Youth Preserve Face Cream or Cetaphil Moisturizing Cream.

Depending on skin type and makeup look, the makeup application order varies. But in general it looks a little something like

  1. Skin/Base Prep
  2. Base
  3. Eyes
  4. Lips

Base Prep

  1. Toner, to help will oil/sebum production, balance the PH levels, extra hydrating, light exfoliation, etc. 
  2. Serum/Oil, if skin needs extra hydration, lifting, firming, acne fighting products under makeup. 
  3. Eye Cream, if your concealer goes on drying under the eyes or if you’re anal about your anti aging skin care. 
  4. Moisturizer, always necessary! Creams best for dry skin, gels best for oily skin under makeup.
  5. Primer. 

Base

  1. Foundation.
  2. Concealer.
  3. Cream/liquid highlights/blushes/bronzers/contour. 
  4. Translucent Powder.
  5. Setting Powder.
  6. Powder blushes highlights/bronzers/powders.
  7. Translucent/finishing powder again (optional). Finishing powders are usually perfecting powders with a slight sheen or blurring finish. 
  8. Setting Spray, for longevity or moisture. 

Eyes

  1. Eyeshadow Primer.
  2. Eyeshadow Base to make the eye lid one even color (optional).
  3. Cream Eyeshadow.
  4. Powder Eyeshadow.
  5. Eyeliner.
  6. Mascara.
  7. False Lashes.

Lips

  1. Lip Balm.
  2. Lip Liner, to create a long lasting base for lipstick.
  3. Lipstick.
  4. Lip Liner again, to create a sharp and precise lip line or to add dimension to the lips for a fuller lip look.
  5. Lip Gloss, to add shine or a sheen or to alter the lip color a bit making it lighter or darker in color. 

Of course you DONT need to do all of these steps! Pick and choose which steps fit your life style, skin type and look.

anonymous asked:

I have really dry skin and no moisturizer I have tried has worked. Can you give me tips on good foundations and moisturizers for dry skin? Also you're flawless and I love you sm.💖 thank you!

I’ve been using the Cetaphil Moisturizing Cream for years now and no expensive moisturizers have ever been able to compete with it. It’s creamy, long lasting, and is honestly the only reason I make it through winter without turning into dust 😂

And the best foundation I’ve found for dry skin thus far is the L'Oreal Infallible Pro-Glow Foundation! However, using a face oil before you apply foundation, especially ones that would typically dry you out, is very useful. I’ve been using the Smashbox Photo Finish Primer Oil lately and I looove it because it makes me feel like a greased chicken and I dig that 😅

“I grew up in a miniature village in the middle of the countryside in England, quite secluded from the outside world. I was always enamored by the fashion industry. I’d read Vogue magazines at the hairdresser’s while I was waiting for my mom to get her hair done and used to write essays on the fashion world with my friend Lucinda who lived up the road. This was before blogs or Internet or stuff like that. Even now, I consider myself mostly a journalist because I write interviews for a living. I did TV for a bit, and somewhere along the line I started writing a column for The Independent newspaper in England, and now I write features for British Vogue. It’s a bit braggy to say, but I’m over here [in New York] writing cover stories on couture, but literally no one knows that I do it!

But it was because of the TV shows that I first really got into the fashion thing. I went to a Chanel show because I had to interview Karl Lagerfeld and everyone thought I was there as one of the ‘It girls’ that sit front row, but I went backstage because I was working. I walked up to talk to Karl and his bodyguard told me that I could do the very last interview and that everyone else had to just record it. I was like, ‘Fuck!’ So I went to the front of the group and forgot all my questions. The only thing I could remember about the show was the music, so I asked why he played The Shirelles. He was really happy because someone was asking a new type of question for once, and my relationship with Chanel kind of grew out of that. Once they’d been like, ‘She’s all right guys,’ the fashion world was like, ‘Oh!? Who’s this guy?’ and I started doing more and more of that.

So, suddenly people became interested in what I was wearing. As a [TV] presenter, you’re given a budget each season to buy a wardrobe that you’d choose from for each show. It wasn’t that much money, so I’d buy two nice pairs of shoes and one really lovely blouse, and the rest I’d fill in with H&M, Topshop, and Zara. Because of that, people at home would be like, ‘Oh, I’ve got that top, but it’s interesting that she’s putting it with those boots,’ etcetera. It was once people began taking my picture every time I left the house—because it’s an easy fashion shot—that I started getting a bit weirder about going out without any makeup on, and I think that’s when I started wearing foundation every day.

Makeup

I do a concoction of stuff. Right now, I mix YSL Le Teint Touché Éclat Illuminating Foundation and a bit of the Laura Mercier Illuminating Tinted Moisturizer together with my fingers and just rub it onto my face. And I use this Laura Mercier Secret Camouflage for under my eyes—you have to cover that shit. To finish, I’ll pat Chanel Sublimage Cream on my cheeks for a bit of a glow.

When I’m wearing makeup, I choose between doing my eyes or mouth because I don’t want to look like a beauty pageant child. I’ve got quite a strong face—if it’s got too much on, I just look like a man in drag. Lips are usually easiest to do. I’m so pleased that they started selling this again—Rio Rio by Topshop. I told Liv Tyler about that. Chanel Rouge Allure Incandescente 97 is a good red, as well. If I’m doing eyes, then I use a lighter lip, and for that I’m obsessed with all the YSL peachy, salmon-y colors. I love the Rouge Volupte in Rose Infinite 7. Their nudes are really good.

Because I have the luxury of having my makeup done frequently, I don’t have a huge collection of products. But I am an avid wearer of eyeliner—I would say I’m wearing it 90 percent of the time. Someone at a dinner recently asked me if it was tattooed on because they’ve never seen me without it, which I actually think would be wonderful…though I’ve gotten really good at doing it. I’ve done mine for so many years that I can just draw it on really quickly. It’s funny, the makeup brand Eyeko approached me to collaborate, and we had a meeting and talked ideas and they asked if I wanted to help develop some products. It really made sense. So, it started with just the Skinny Liquid Eyeliner, which is a pen. I really love it—before I was using a brush and pot, but it’s so much to take with you, and you’re always getting your bag dirty with the brush, and you have to clean it every time; it’s a nightmare. The pens are much better. My technique is to start with the little flicks on the outside first, and then fill it in. Sometimes, I’ll do just a tiny line for a brunch, but if I’m going out for the night, then I’ll experiment with thicker lines. If you mess it up, then you just have to go with the flow and it becomes a full look. Anyway, then we did the Eye Do Mascara, and we’re now working on the Me and My Shadow stick, which is a thicker version of a kohl pencil and the idea is that you can just kind of smudge it on. It has a brush on the other end to help. It’s so easy, and really the best I’ve used.

The culture in England is such that it’s really not cool to look like you’ve tried so hard. If someone’s gone to the spa to get their nails done, you’re like, ‘Oh rate yourself!’ which is saying, like, ‘Ooh you’re fancy!’ It’s seen as very self-indulgent. Though, in America, if you’re pampering yourself and getting the blowout and the rest of it, you’re seen as doing really well and it’s celebrated. In England, it’s the opposite—it’s very embarrassing to seem like you’re lording it up over people. It’s just not about being ‘done.’ We’re into being clean, just not looking like you’ve made too much of an effort.

Hair

It’s like with my hair: I wash it every day because I have to—it gets so greasy. But then I just literally tuck it behind my ears and wait for it to dry. I’ve gotten disparaging comments about this before because people get annoyed about it. They’re like, ‘I’m so sick of Alexa pretending she doesn’t do anything.’ No, I really don’t. I’m mixed race—I’ve got half Chinese hair, half Caucasian hair—so it’s very fine and naturally bends as it dries. I have a pathological fear of using products in my hair because, again, it’s so greasy. I do like the Wella Ocean Spritz Beach Texture Hairspray, and I’ll use the L’Oréal Texture Expert True Grip powder in the back at the crown to give it some volume. But it’s like cement, so you have to use it so sparingly. You don’t just pour it straight onto the top; I lift up pieces up and dust it in beneath.

I do have to switch up shampoos quite regularly because otherwise my hair will get used to it and I’ll get build-up, or it starts going really greasy. I just found a Klorane Shampoo with Quinine and B Vitamins, which leaves you with a nice dry texture. L’Oréal INOA Color Care is good, too. And then I use conditioner just on the ends; it helps keep my fringe from getting too greasy. For conditioner, I like Pureology Pure Volume.

I get the impulse to cut my hair or change my look every day. I used to have a bob, and then one day I just realized like, ‘OK, the jig is up—boys just like long hair.’ I hate to generalize, but they do! So I thought, ‘Why don’t I just look nice for a second?’ and I grew it out. I’d be imagining what it’d be like to flick my hair, or what it would be like when I could finally tie it up, and then as soon as it hit the optimal length, I was like, ‘Oh my God, I want a bob again ‘cause it’s cool.’ I think it’s boring to stay in the same lane too long. My plan is to have a bob when I’m older anyway; my mom always had one her whole life and I think it’s more flattering than long hair when you’re older.

My hairdresser, George Northwood, and I came up with the idea of 'Future Cuts’ because I’m so weird about who cuts my hair. He literally might be the reason people like my hair, because he’s so clever with it. But I travel so much and have to be away from him, so we’ll have to plan in advance what we want to do. For example, the plan was to grow out my fringe and then cut it short, so during that process he’s done less layering so it grows nicely. 'Future Cuts’ are about planning ahead instead of being reactive, so it grows into the thing you want it to be.

Body

I do like traveling, though, because I like to steal the tiny bottles of whatever’s up at the hotels. Aesop is the best score. Also I love how the products smell at Hôtel Costes in Paris, so I’ll stock up when I go. I’ll keep stealing the products day after day, so they have to keep refilling, and that way I can get as much as possible. Sometimes they don’t refill it—they know the game. Now they’re like, ‘Oh, Ms. Chung is in 205. Don’t restock, she’s pilfering the products.’ I think of it as like a hotel heist, like I’m a beauty heist burglar. One time, at the Ritz Paris I took their entire bath set. I was like, ‘I’ll take a bathrobe, a bath mat, some of these pink towels—all of it.’

I love taking baths. When I was younger, I went out with a much older man and he had all of these beauty products and bath stuff and it was the first time I’d been exposed to these lovely things. Aesop Geranium is my favorite body wash—isn’t it absurd that something like a fancy body wash can make you think you’re an adult? Also for body, I use Kiehl’s Creme de Corps, or I’ll mix Rodin oil with some Cetaphil Moisturizing Cream, but it’s got such a pungent fragrance to it that it can be a little too much. I definitely use deodorant every day—the Pomegranate Crystal Essence Natural Protection Mineral Deodorant. I think it works, but I’m also not very sweaty. You have to use it for about a week and then it starts working. That’s the only one I can use because I don’t want armpit cancer. Also I just started trying out the Yu-Be Moisturizing Skin Cream on my body and it’s working really well. It stinks, too—it smells like Tiger Balm, which is not great, but it does actually keep you hydrated for the whole day. They said they use it in Japan for, like, mountain climbing when you’re going to be freezing and dry.

Skincare

My skin is drier than the Sahara desert—it’s like sandpaper and the outside of a cactus had sex and made my skin. So, whereas some people are like, ‘I hate oily things because I get breakouts!’ I’m like, ‘No, give me a vat of oil that I can dunk my head into, please.’ We had this disaster recently—I say ‘we’ because Tamah is my makeup artist and pal, and we just found out that our favorite moisturizer, Moisturel Therapeutic Cream, which was basically like Cetaphil cream but thicker, has been discontinued. Why? We just don’t know. So I’m on the hunt for the best moisturizer. Currently I use a mixture of stuff. I’m trying out Cetaphil mixed with Decleor oil, but I’ll do anything that I think might save me. Yesterday I just put Papaw all over my face on a plane because it got pretty bad. We are having a crisis, a full-on crisis. And it’s the same thing for the body—problematic in the moisture department, all year round. I did get prescribed fish oil, I should do that again. Solros-Tval Swedish Dream Sunflower Facial Soap is good—I use it as my face wash. I love it mostly because of the packaging; I give it to people for Christmas in a stocking. Plus, it doesn’t dry out my skin too much, and it says it’s made of egg whites, and it’s five bucks. Though I’m not very good about washing my face; I don’t really do it before bed.

Fragrance

For fragrance, I’m trying out Lys 41 Perfume Oil from Le Labo; it’s like a nicer way to wear perfume. You just drop it on and rub it in; I mix it with my moisturizers. I always write ‘Magic Potion’ on my perfume bottles so when I use them it feels magical—I make spells in the morning when I put them on. I’m not really into astrology, though. I’m a bit sick of people talking about astrology in New York. I’ll say something and someone will go, ‘That’s because you’re Scorpio,’ and I’m like, ‘Or it’s because I’m an individual who’s having a unique circumstance and reacting to it in a normal way?’ I do like reading my star signs, but I don’t take it too seriously.

Exercise

The way I look isn’t about feeling sexy for me; I like to feel hilarious and quick-witted. A guy said to me the other day, ‘Oh, you look really pretty!’ and I was like, ‘Ugh.’ I can’t handle that. I’d rather hear, ‘Oh, you sound clever today!’ So now he’s like ‘You’re really clever, Alexa,’ but he doesn’t mean it. I do work out to kind of maintain things—I’m obsessed with Ballet Beautiful; it’s good. I have a one-on-one situation, I try to go three times a week, but not in pointe shoes. It’s all normal exercises, they just make you think its ballet because you have to move your arm in a certain way. But I only just got into that. Before that, when I was modeling, I used to do yoga and swimming and jogging and then I stopped and I realized that my body looked exactly the same. Then I turned 30 and I thought I should probably start doing something. I chose ballet for the outfits. I don’t think I look that different, but I feel better. I just feel like if I’m naked walking around in front of a boy I’m less embarrassed about that. I feel tighter, you know? Like you’re not shuffling backwards out of the room when you exit.”

Body

I do like traveling, though, because I like to steal the tiny bottles of whatever’s up at the hotels. Aesop is the best score. Also I love how the products smell at Hôtel Costes in Paris, so I’ll stock up when I go. I’ll keep stealing the products day after day, so they have to keep refilling, and that way I can get as much as possible. Sometimes they don’t refill it—they know the game. Now they’re like, ‘Oh, Ms. Chung is in 205. Don’t restock, she’s pilfering the products.’ I think of it as like a hotel heist, like I’m a beauty heist burglar. One time, at the Ritz Paris I took their entire bath set. I was like, ‘I’ll take a bathrobe, a bath mat, some of these pink towels—all of it.’

I love taking baths. When I was younger, I went out with a much older man and he had all of these beauty products and bath stuff and it was the first time I’d been exposed to these lovely things. Aesop Geranium is my favorite body wash—isn’t it absurd that something like a fancy body wash can make you think you’re an adult? Also for body, I use Kiehl’s Creme de Corps, or I’ll mix Rodin oil with some Cetaphil Moisturizing Cream, but it’s got such a pungent fragrance to it that it can be a little too much. I definitely use deodorant every day—the Pomegranate Crystal Essence Natural Protection Mineral Deodorant. I think it works, but I’m also not very sweaty. You have to use it for about a week and then it starts working. That’s the only one I can use because I don’t want armpit cancer. Also I just started trying out the Yu-Be Moisturizing Skin Cream on my body and it’s working really well. It stinks, too—it smells like Tiger Balm, which is not great, but it does actually keep you hydrated for the whole day. They said they use it in Japan for, like, mountain climbing when you’re going to be freezing and dry.

Skincare

My skin is drier than the Sahara desert—it’s like sandpaper and the outside of a cactus had sex and made my skin. So, whereas some people are like, ‘I hate oily things because I get breakouts!’ I’m like, ‘No, give me a vat of oil that I can dunk my head into, please.’ We had this disaster recently—I say ‘we’ because Tamah is my makeup artist and pal, and we just found out that our favorite moisturizer, Moisturel Therapeutic Cream, which was basically like Cetaphil cream but thicker, has been discontinued. Why? We just don’t know. So I’m on the hunt for the best moisturizer. Currently I use a mixture of stuff. I’m trying out Cetaphil mixed with Decleor oil, but I’ll do anything that I think might save me. Yesterday I just put Papaw all over my face on a plane because it got pretty bad. We are having a crisis, a full-on crisis. And it’s the same thing for the body—problematic in the moisture department, all year round. I did get prescribed fish oil, I should do that again. Solros-Tval Swedish Dream Sunflower Facial Soap is good—I use it as my face wash. I love it mostly because of the packaging; I give it to people for Christmas in a stocking. Plus, it doesn’t dry out my skin too much, and it says it’s made of egg whites, and it’s five bucks. Though I’m not very good about washing my face; I don’t really do it before bed.

Fragrance

For fragrance, I’m trying out Lys 41 Perfume Oil from Le Labo; it’s like a nicer way to wear perfume. You just drop it on and rub it in; I mix it with my moisturizers. I always write ‘Magic Potion’ on my perfume bottles so when I use them it feels magical—I make spells in the morning when I put them on. I’m not really into astrology, though. I’m a bit sick of people talking about astrology in New York. I’ll say something and someone will go, ‘That’s because you’re Scorpio,’ and I’m like, ‘Or it’s because I’m an individual who’s having a unique circumstance and reacting to it in a normal way?’ I do like reading my star signs, but I don’t take it too seriously.

anonymous asked:

Super moisturising mask or night time face lotion recommendations? My skin can get a bit oily but it's very prone to dryness. And I exfoliate regularly.. I don't know what to do

Some super moisturizing moisturizers are

  • Vanicream Moisturizing Skin Cream for Sensitive Skin ($12)
  • Cetaphil Moisturizing Cream ($13)
  • Philisophy Hope In a Jar ($40)
  • Eucerin Calming Creme Daily Moisturizer ($8)
  • CeraVe Moisturizing Cream ($13)
  • Clinique Moisture Surge ($37)
  • First Aid Beauty Ultra Repair Cream ($12)

As for masks try DIY masks with ingredients like oatmeal (soaked in water or milk not dry), egg whites, olive oil, honey, plain yogurt and avocado. You can mix up the ingredients like oatmeal and honey or plain yogurt and egg whites pretty much many any mask you’d like. All those ingredients are very soothing and moisturizing :)

anonymous asked:

whats ur skin routine?

Night:
1. Take off face makeup using Bioderma
2.Biore cleansing oil for my eye makeup and left over face makeup
3. Biore charcoal face cleanser to wash my skin 
4. Cetaphil moisturizing cream or lotion (depending on season) to moisturize

Morning:
1. Same Biore charcoal face cleanser
2. Cetaphil moisturizing lotion or clean and clear dual action (depending on season to moisturize

darthmala  asked:

What's a good face moisturizer for dry skin? , lately my skin had been really dry & it looks bad in some spots with makeup on

  • Vanicream Moisturizing Skin Cream for Sensitive Skin ($12)
  • Cetaphil Moisturizing Cream ($13)
  • Philisophy Hope In a Jar ($40)
  • Eucerin Calming Creme Daily Moisturizer ($8)
  • CeraVe Moisturizing Cream ($13)
  • Clinique Moisture Surge ($37)
  • First Aid Beauty Ultra Repair Cream ($12)

Also, check out my Dry Skin 101 post here! :)