This is me.
Pretty cute, right? Sorry, had to throw that in there. Hehe.
As a kid, I had pretty decent skin, even through my teen years. I got lucky. Sure, once a month or so, I was likely to break out a bit, but for me, "breaking out" meant a bit of an issue on my chin or nose. Once I hit my 30s, though, my skin changed, much to my dismay. I'm more prone to a mild rosacea, especially when I'm stressed. And I'm more prone to dry patches here and there and the occasional breakout. Still in limited areas, still not a huge deal, but annoying to me. Like a lot of women, after all, I'm my own worst critic and have a tendency to sometimes examine every millimeter of my face in my light-up magnifying makeup mirror.
Yeah, I'm nuts like that. You know you are too. Admit it.
Well, the other day, Eric looked at me and said, "Your face looks better." And it does. I noticed it too. Me, the critic.
What's the difference?
I've been alternating, depending on my whim, between using Purity and Oatmeal Honey as a facial soap, rather than my old fancy facial cleanser (the one that is $32 for 8.3 oz and contains both sulfates and parabens, harsh and potentially harmful chemicals I definitely neither want nor need). Hm...
Oh, and when I'm not using Purity or Oatmeal Honey, I'm saving time by washing my face in the shower... with my favorite Mock Turtle shampoo bar! Reef Botanicals shampoo, you see, is just as healthy and harmless as the soap; it's just formulated to be more lathery and have extra hair-healthy ingredients. That way, it's just as good as any of the other soap for skin, but even more healthy for hair.
With cocoa butter, chamomile, tea tree oil, eucalyptus, sea kelp, and honey, it's bound to be great for both hair and skin.
In fact, we have some customers who save time in the shower by just using their favorite Reef Botanicals shampoo from head to toe!
As for me, I'm curious to see the progress on my own face. I'll keep you posted.