A Face Mask For Everyone

Okay I use to get this blueberry açaí face mask from Trader Joe’s and it was great. Out of nowhere they stopped selling it, leaving me an essential product down. I used it three times a week, along with my Aztec clay mask and sea salt exfoliator. Now more than ever I need it, because my face is healing from breaking out due to increased cortisol levels from a stressful job. It’d be quicker with the aforementioned aid.
Well after some research, I found a replacement. In a few days time I’ll be able to give a recommendation. Granted from the reviews it’s a sure deal. Very excited!! I love beauty products, beauty is power. The better you look, the better you feel. Exuding confidence can open many doors.
Feel good in the skin you’re in. Above is a guide to help you do so.
Self-care is health care, pamper yourself. Via: Skin Care Gem

Deep Pore Cleansing Clay

Having barely visible pores and little to no blemishes I’m constantly complimented on my skin. Women stare incredulous that I’m not wearing some form of foundation. My approach to skin care is meticulous and French. Americans slather our faces in a plethora of products that contour it’s shape, highlight its highlights and cover its flaws, while the French believe in upkeep. One of the things I use to keep my skin in good condition is this Aztec Indian Healing Clay. You can use it anywhere on your body including your hair, but I use it once a week on my face.

Mix it with water and apple cider vinegar, stir until it’s a paste, wear it for 5-10 minutes on delicate skin, 15-20 on normal skin. You feel your skin tightening up as you morph into an indigenous being.

Wash it off with warm water and watch your skin glow. It can also be used for bug bites, foot soaks, bodywraps, knee packs…It’s really the best $10 you will spend on quality skin care.