When I was a little girl, I used to sit on the floor and watch my mom put on her make up in the mornings. I don’t remember what we talked about or any specific details other than the awe and wonder of watching my mom get ready. This is ironic because neither one of us have elaborate skincare routines or even wear much make up. Generally, for me at least, simple is better and more easily maintained.
For fun, I wanted to share the products I’m using for my skin here. So step one – I use a tiny pin drop of Wolfberry eye cream for around my eyes. This container is going to last a million years because you don’t need much. It feels like a nice layer of protection on that sensitive skin below my eyes. I also rub a bit across my eyelashes and upper lids. Why? Because I read that eyelashes need to be moisturized if you want them to grow and that is the biggest factor in any eyelash booster. I’m no scientist but I’ll give that a try.
Step two – a few drops of Jojoba. I purchased this kind via Amazon if you are curious or having a hard time finding a brand. I drop the Jojoba directly into the palm of my hand and then add one to two drops of Frankincense. I rub that in my hands and then rub that across my face.
I read online yesterday a recommendation to use acid on your face. Honestly, I had to read it twice to fully comprehend. Maybe that’s your cup of tea and maybe there is a need for that but I can’t say that my preference is to use something that could burn or scar my skin. Rather, my preference is non-toxic, cruelty free products that I don’t fear using. Hence, Young Living. Most likely charcoal soap and the orange blossom moisturizer will be added in to the mix in the future and when that time comes, I’ll be sure to share my thoughts.