While there’s little I can do about those bags under my eyes, I suppose I could sort out some form of babysitting and make my way to a spa or a really great facialist and get myself a proper skin treatment. Obviously that’s not gonna happen. So in the meantime I’m improvising. I’ve been researching ways I can treat my skin from home. Apart from proper cleansing, face masks should be a top priority for everyone because they can make the world of difference. I should know, I’ve been trying a few over the past month and have nailed down my favourite three DIY face masks you can make with stuff you already have in your kitchen. And actually get results.
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It’s been one month since I started a strict, new and revised eating plan. I try to be a healthy-eater but lately I’ve been feeling run-down, agitated, anxious, bloated and overall frustrated with myself. Time for change.
Every night, after I shower, I feel like kicking myself because I keep forgetting to write this post. It’s one of those things that I know will help women experiencing what I experienced. When I was pregnant with James a dreaded stretch mark appeared on my lower belly.
I have a pretty basic and easy-to-follow skincare routine. As much as I would like to dedicate more time to cleansing, washing, prepping and masking, I’m just not the type. But there is one little thing that I do and I freaking love it. If you’re like me and like keeping things minimal, simple and as less time-consuming as possible but of course you still want a glowy, dewy complexion, read on.
James turned four months old this weekend. Which means that for the past four months my hair has been in a topknot and I’ve been blogging from my bed. And I couldn’t be happier.