We are inspired and love women who are adopting sustainable living and making changes in the world once step at a time. In our series #WomenWeLove we share the stories, the insights and tips from sustainable living advocates. Today, we are happy to interview, Margaret, founder of nudemarket.
We are not exaggerating when we say that good facial oil is the holy grail product for your skin. It softens the skin, helps to balance the sebum production, fuels skin with essential fatty acids, triglycerides, flavonoids, phytosterols, vitamins, and minerals. It also forms a breathable layer on the skin that protects from harsh environmental impact, as well as traps moisture in the skin, protecting from dehydration. We could continue for a while, but, fortunately, with the growing attention to the power of plant oils, the need for proving the benefits of facial oils is minimal.
Instagram seems to be exploding with complex skincare routines that claim to be absolutely essential for the health of the skin. On the opposite side of the spectrum are skincare minimalists advocating for a minimal routine, or to avoid skincare altogether (“I wash my face with soap”) either because of the fear of chemicals or just ignoring the need for care.
Self-care comes in all different forms. From exercising daily, to meditating, to finding beauty regimes that work best for you, all that matters is finding the time to do something that brings you a sense of self-love. As we spend more time at home during the COVID-19 pandemic, it’s important to find ways to unwind, relax, and take care of ourselves through meaningful self-care.
I used the Oh My Garden! Nourishing Facial Oil every day for about four weeks. After each week, I recorded a short video detailing any noticeable changes to the look and feel of my skin. Here’s what I found.
Don’t be angry with us for saying it, but the cold weather will be here before you know it. While we wish the warm days of summer could stay with us forever, the cold of winter is approaching sooner than we’d like, and with it comes dry skin and hair.
“Maskne” is an acne breakout that is typically found along the mask-resting region of your face, caused by wearing a mask for a prolonged period of time. As the mask sits on your skin, dirt, sweat, and debris can clog your pores and irritate the skin, resulting in a breakout.