Oh my skin!

Oh my skin!

Okay, okay!Β  Enough about the skincare recommendations!Β  Here’s the thing, your skincare recommendation is only as good as the “person” who’s giving the review πŸ˜πŸ˜‰ My point is, I’m not recommending ANY product that 1. I wouldn’t use myself ( and I’ve got the diva skin to prove it), 2. Can’t back up their claims (i.e. nontoxic,Β  cruelty free, etc) and 3. Community and environmentally friendly!

That’s just my rant I guess, but the bottom line is that you need to investigate or research these products for yourself; realizing that a “recommendation” is just that, a RECOMMENDATION and it’s up to you to fact check this stuff!πŸ˜‰

Not only that, some of the stuff people are “reviewing” is mostly all fluff and no substance and waay over-priced to boot! Granted some of it’s worth it (especially if you have very sensitive skin, etc) but a lot of it just doesn’t past musterπŸ’„πŸ’²Also, just because it cost an arm and a leg or just your first born child *wink* DOESN’T MEAN IT’S ACTUALLY any good or effective so save your money!πŸ’²πŸ’²

Bottom line, if you don’t take care of your body from the inside out (eat healthy and nutrient dense foods, exercise, etc) even the most expensive “elixir” on the planet ain’t gonna change that rocky road skin into a baby’s butt; sorry I know the truth hurts sometimes, but there you have it!πŸ’„πŸ˜•
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If I don’t use it or haven’t tried it, I’M NOT recommending it…and so I leave you with those few gems and happy skincare hunting!
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2 thoughts on “Oh my skin!

  1. Yes fact checking is key ! Word of mouth is helpful to know whats the “known” and popular thing. You can just compare the popular item with everything else that exists.

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