Another major clean beauty sale is happening this week/weekend! The Detox Market is offering $10 off $100, $30 off $200 (and a FREE Maya Chia Face Oil worth $60), and $80 off $400 (and a FREE Maya Chia Face Oil & Free Opalite Gemstone Facial Roller worth $30). This is an amazing opportunity to stock up on all of your favorites! Again, I’ve compiled a list of my faves from the Detox Market in case you’re looking for something new or are interested in what I love/want to try.
Don’t sleep on this discount and opportunity to try one of the most popular clean beauty items ever for free! Maya Chia’s Supercritical Omega-3 Face Oil is a cult fav and this is a great way to try it or have an extra on hand (or to gift!). Deal runs today through Tuesday, Nov 27. Happy shopping!
Okay, Credo is having a major gift with purchase this week in honor of Thanksgiving and Black Friday. I’m talking about a $100 value and with brands like Pai, W3ll People, Suzanne Kaufmann, Ilia and more! Keep reading for more details and some of my favorites/picks from Credo in case you want some shopping inspo!
Another lip product I tried this past year was Ilia Beauty’s Tinted Lip Conditioner in shades Blossom Lady (medium pink) and Nobody’s Baby (a warm nude). After reading description of these, I was excited to receive “lightweight lip color meets balm” that are also supposed to be a “must have” for those who don’t want to use a mirror. You certainly don’t have to use mirror, but you’ll still want to with these!
Kjaer Weis lipstick in Honor is beautiful in theory. Let me start by saying that I really like this brand. I love the design, packaging, ingredients, vibe and shade ranges. I don’t always love the price but I do think they’re usually worth it. This lipstick formula just did not work for me.
Hey guys! It’s been a little bit but I’m so happy to get back into writing more for the blog. I recently realized it’s been over a year since I switched to clean beauty, and a lot of the products I’ve bought are starting to expire (cleaner beauty=fewer chemical preservatives, which usually means a shelf life of 12 months or less).
This process has been really fun and interesting for me, and one of the major things that I’ve learned is that trying to live a 100% nontoxic lifestyle 24/7 is not only impossible (hello, wi-fi waves, food without listed explicit ingredients, and ubers/shops/hotels/friends and family with synthetic fragrance); it was also actually wearing on me a little and stressing me out. I’ve really been learning to prioritize my peace of mind and happiness as one of the most important aspects of my health, and for me that now includes less obsession over every aspect of my life and more intention on enjoying it!