Throughout the years, it’s likely that you’ve picked up some beauty wisdom here and there, be it from your grandmother or your favorite magazine. These valuable resources have probably taught you that there’s a general order of operations to follow in your cleaning and makeup routine. The better you adhere to it, the more likely you are to see healthy skin.
Mother's Day is on its way and Drunk Elephant is the perfect gift for any Mom...and I know because I'm a Mom!
I hope this helps make shopping for the Mom in your life a little easier this year.
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As if we weren't already excited enough about our gorgeous Virgin Marula Oil! I've been experimenting with the Drunk Elephant products and I'm finding surprising ways to get the most out of them, while customizing the routine to fit my own personal needs. Read on for some tips:
There's a lot happening with your skin at night, and sleep enables the body to reverse everyday free radical damage through cellular renewal. While cells repair and rebuild throughout the night, the majority of cell turnover and regeneration occurs during REM sleep. So, that makes deep sleep a critical component in the quest for healthy looking skin. T.L.C. Framboos Glycolic Night Serum, applied before you hit the sack, will help get the dead skin cells nice and loose and ready to come off. In the morning when you wake, the JuJu Bar will be there, ready and waiting, to help gently remove those dead cells that have loosened in the night. Those dead skin cells, by the way, if allowed to stay and build up, can lead to dry patches, blackheads and acne, which nobody wants.
The short answer is yes. We do need to both chemically and physically exfoliate our skin. Chemical exfoliants dissolve keratin protein or the "glue" that holds the dead skin cells together and work best at night while the skin is regenerating itself.