Behind that image of you staring into the mirror is an army of products, procedures, and more. Tell us your skincare routine and we'll dissect it to let you know what's working and what's not. We give personalized recommendations to help you meet your skincare goals and then share it so that our whole community benefits. There are so many ways to get better skin and we hope these vulnerable posts will get you closer to your goals.
Identity: Trying my best [Editor's Note: SAME SIS]
Describe your skin: Either a finicky hormonal hellscape or smooth as a baby's butt. No in between.
What are your short-term and long-term skin goals?
Short-term goal is to fade scars from moments of weakness in face picking. Long-term goal is to get that Imsuperhealthyanddrinklotsofwater even-toned glow, while not getting bogged down by disappointment in how my skin looks!!!!!
I've been having trouble developing a winter skincare routine that helps my skin look even year round!
Buckle up- I have many potions and lotions to share with you.
Tea tree oil is great for clearing up acne but can sometimes be too much for the skin. It’s an antimicrobial ingredient so it kills all bacteria on the skin and can sometimes harm more than help. Use tea tree oil in moderation.
But wait, there's more!!! These are the things I use sporadically to soothe my skin when it’s flaring up, minimize my under eye bags, or zap the occasional volcano that decides to sprout up.
Kiehl’s Calendula and Aloe Soothing face mask. I throw this on in every few days in the shower after cleansing and keep it on until washing it off at the end of the shower to make sure it soaks in goodt!! This stuff always leaves my skin plump and GLOWING!!!!!!
Minimize under eye bags:
JayJun Green tea eye gel patch. IDK what magic is in these things but I pop them on every Sunday morning (when I remember) and they just tighten everything up and make me look like I consistently get 12 hours of sleep.