Excited to share a new brand I’ve discovered call the Wildist! They sell all-natural, cruelty-free deodorant and toothpaste using packaging that is 100% recyclable. Their deodorant is aluminium-free and their toothpaste is very gentle on your teeth and gums – especially good if you have sensitive teeth like me!
I’m generally pretty lucky to not have greasy hair that requires being washed everyday. However, it does start to look greasy by the end of the second day. Aveda’s dry shampoo helps to remove the oils and keeps my hair looking professional for those work weeks that we could all do without – am I right?
I’ve also just started using their split end repair regularly. If you’ve been reading my blog over the past couple of years, you’ll have seen my hair at all different lengths. I’m currently trying to grow it out, which means split ends are my enemy. It’s currently at an awkward in the middle-length that is not very flattering, in my opinion, but with Aveda it at least is healthy.
Special thanks to Aveda for sharing these products with me to help me feel my best even before the photo shoot. Sorry, not sorry, in advance for my future blog posts with perfect hair.
While I do wear lots of makeup when the occasion calls for it; I actually wear very little in day-to-day life (and even most of my blog photos too). This is why I value good accutane, skincare products. At the end of the day (or years), no amount of makeup will ever replace the value of good skin. Investing in your skin now is essential – regularly moisturizing, sunscreen and routinely washing. In today’s post, all I’m wearing is Beautycounter + these two great finds from SheInside – lace skirt, crop top.
Only about 10% of the 10,000 chemicals commonly found in personal care products have safety data… which has to make you pause when you think of all the skincare products on the market and in your cabinets. Beautycounter is spearheading a renegade movement to provide safer skincare products to the masses.
They’ve banned +1,500 ingredients setting a new health and safety standard—all while ensuring their products perform, and that they’re as indulgent as any luxe shampoo, lipstick or oil in the market.
While I love the technological advances of modern times, I do wonder if the allergies people suffer from and diseases that have developed in the 21st Century are a byproduct of all the harmful chemicals we’ve created and put into things we use every day, like our food and skincare products.