When strolling down the dental care aisle, what’s taking up a majority of the section? Toothpaste. What’s an alternative that some people still do not even know exists? Toothpowder. Being that these two options are available for people, the notorious question arouses: is it better to use toothpowder or toothpaste?
Have you heard about the new beauty trend? It’s called “slugging.” Sounds pretty gross, right? Daley Quinn from Real Simple explains it perfectly: “slugging is a K-beauty trend of generously applying petroleum-based product as the final step in your routine, to help lock and seal in your skincare products overnight, and then washing it off with a cleanser the next day.” Are you saying “eww” yet? The idea of lathering a petroleum-based product – which is often times a jelly-like substance – on your face just sounds… yucky.
Do you look in the mirror in complete confusion when looking at your skin? Knowing your skin type can be rather difficult. It varies from person to person and can be highly affected from outside factors. For example, stress, weather, diet, or water consumption. If you do not know your skin type, there is a very high chance you are not taking care of it properly – ultimately leading to you not liking your skin. Your skin has the potential to being the goal skin type: normal. When it is properly taken care of – based on your skin type – the end result will look as though you’ve had normal skin your whole life!
What you really need is a morepersonalized plan that feels natural to your body's specific needs– one that you wake up and choose every morning with joy and trust, rather than force yourself into that one-size-fits-all box that has proven to be ineffective.
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