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Latest Empty: Paula’s Choice Resist 1% Retinol Booster

Retinols can really help your skin exfoliate more quickly and I’ve noticed enough of a difference that I keep using them.  Lately, I’ve been into the Paula’s Choice Resist 1% Retinol Booster.  1% is quite a high percentage of retinol, so this was a bit drying and extreme when I first tried it, but after […]

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What I’m Using Right Now

Skincare update! These are my favs right now and they’re making my skin more clear and more glowy than it was before. I’ve had a few breakouts so I’ve been using the @neutrogenacanada anti-acne mask everyday and it’s been working. The mask can be a bit drying, so I only use it at nighttime, and […]

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Paula’s Choice Resist 1% Retinol Booster

I’m love skincare products with active ingredients, and over the past year I’ve become a huge fan of Retinol, especially in a 1% or higher concentration.  Yes, I had lots of peeling and dry skin at first, but I’ve now gotten to the point that I can use it every day and if I notice […]

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A Radiance Mask for Dry Skin

Despite having a love for exfoliating (maybe even too much sometimes), without a doubt, it’s become clear to me that the kindest thing that we can do for our skin is moisturize it.  Wrinkles soften, tone improves, and dark spots even seem to disappear just with the right moisturizer.  I’ve recently become a fan of […]

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Antioxidant Hyaluronic Acid Serum

It has to be said that if you want really clear, nice skin, with a glow, you need to be covering your bases in terms of using different products to target different problems.  That can mean that you’re cocktailing your skincare, and one way to add a weightless layer of function in there is with […]

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The Anti-Aging Facial

Come fall, it’s not uncommon for the tan (real or fake) to wear off, and for us to look at our skin and wonder “what happened?”  Fine lines that we’re sure weren’t there before, and the odd new spot can mean that the time spent on the patios ended up doing more damage than we […]

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