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makeup April 28, 2017

use your beauty blender like a pro

you most likely already have this little miracle worker in your cosmetic bag, but might not be using it to its full potential. this sponge is a staple for all makeup gurus and if used correctly, is the most flawless way to apply your base, highlighter and contour.

to ensure you’re using your beauty blender to its full potential, follow the below tricks of the trade…

skin April 22, 2017

oxygen

oxygen isn’t just for survival, it’s also the key element for maintaining radiant, clear skin. when your pores become clogged with dirt and debris, the amount of oxygen in your skin is significantly reduced, causing bacteria to multiply. when this happens, your immune system responds with inflammation, causing redness and swelling to occur. however, in an oxygen-rich environment, bacteria and fungal infections cannot survive. oxygen stops bacteria from growing, is anti-inflammatory, antibacterial, and stimulates your body’s natural healing function…

skin April 17, 2017

preventing + treating hormonal acne

if you’re a victim of hormonal or cystic acne, you know how unsightly and painful it can be. these blemishes form deep under the skin, making topical acne treatments ineffective and extractions a waste of time. typically found along the chin and jawline, hormonal acne is caused by hormones changing and stimulating an increase in oil production, which leads to your pores to becoming clogged and a growth in bacteria…

wellness April 11, 2017

a day off with Ry

there’s nothing more precious or valuable than your time. when it comes to my days-off, there’s nothing i love more than a little self-pampering. i can’t stress enough the importance of taking time out to focus on yourself physically, mentally and spiritually. after all, you’re your own biggest investment, so don’t cut corners! invest in your wellbeing and your body and mind will thank you.

here’s how i like to spend my free-time…

skin April 9, 2017

long story short, glycolic acid

hopefully you’re not still associating the word ‘acid’ with being unnatural. while there are many scary chemicals out there, glycolic acid is not one to fear. it’s derived from sugarcane (so innocent) and works to increase collagen production and hold moisture to the skin. it’s great for treating fine lines, acne, blackheads, and overall dullness. in short: it will make you glow.

how it works…

skin March 29, 2017

double cleansing

double cleansing is exactly what it sounds like: washing your face twice. what turned us onto trying it, is that it involves oil cleansing as the initial step before using your cleanser. and as you all know, we are diehard jojoba oil users…

skin March 27, 2017

how to use a dermaroller

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