• Needle-free Lip Plumpers? 🧐

    Needle-free Lip Plumpers? 🧐

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    Many lip plumping products trigger a nervous system response by increasing circulation and blood flow to the lips via an irritant like ginger or cinnamon. This response leaves the lips plump but puffy, inflamed and sometimes itchy with a burning sensation. πŸ’¨πŸ₯΅ Enhance the appearance of volume in your lips by keeping them ultra hydrated with fatty emollients like Shea Butter and Cocoa Butter-...
  • Ingredient Celebration: Hyaluronic Acid

    Ingredient Celebration: Hyaluronic Acid

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    Hyaluronic Acid is a naturally occurring sugar found in skin. 🌸🌿 This amazing hydrator: βš–οΈ Regulates moisture within skin cells πŸ’¦ Holds up to 6xs its weight of water πŸ“‰ Reduces the appearance of deep lines and wrinkles πŸ€ΎπŸΎβ€β™€οΈ Plays well with Acids, Retinol & Vitamins Find Hyaluronic Acid in our For Better...And Even Better 20.5% Vitamin C Serum and Happily Ever After Eye...
  • What is the Correct Order to do your Skincare Routine? 🀨

    What is the Correct Order to do your Skincare Routine? 🀨

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    πŸ“Έ skincarecarriage To get the most out of your skincare products, you need to apply them in an order that facilitates their absorption into the skin. πŸ’¦ In the morning, start your day by gently cleansing your face, applying a treatmentΒ  targeted to your specific skincare needs (like a BHA Exfoliant πŸ˜ƒ), serum and/or moisturizer. Then apply an eye cream (if needed), lip balm...
  • How To Do A Skin Care Patch Test πŸ’–

    How To Do A Skin Care Patch Test πŸ’–

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    πŸ“£ PSA! Before introducing a new active ingredient skincare product to your routine, you should perform a patch test. This rule applies even if you don't normally have sensitive skin! πŸ€“ Apply the product to a discreet area- like inside your wrist, elbow or behind your ear & monitor the skin for the next 24 hours - looking out for irritation and skin redness....
  • Mouth πŸ”— Skin Connection

    Mouth πŸ”— Skin Connection

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    Poor oral health can not only cause tooth disease and decay, but also trigger skin irritation and breakouts. Bacteria in the mouth that stems from an infection or an abscess can enter the bloodstream- affecting other parts of your body, namely your skin! Always prioritize mouth health and...those annoying but necessary six month check-ups! 😬🦷πŸͺ₯
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