What’s In My Skincare Bag

What’s In My Skincare Bag

Do a little scavenging in the skincare section at any local Burlington’s, TJ-Maxx or Marshall’s and learn a lot about all the amazingly cheap products on the market for various skin-types.

I always find all of my favorite serums and oils at department stores! And I also enjoy when I come across new products to try but, I really don’t stray too far from the main “ingredients” used to keep my face A1 (aside from water!)

I create my own step by step regime with a layer of zit treatment, anti-aging, toning and moisturizer every single day and night — what works for me may not work for everyone, though...

Good luck! Please feel free to post any questions/comments below in the “comments section!” 

— Talia

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For Aging and Wrinkle Prevention: Collagen, Rose

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For Inflammatory, Redness and “Zit” Treatment: Tea Tree Oil

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For Even Skin Tone and Brightening: Vitamin C

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For Natural White Teeth: Activated Charcoal Powder

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Tip: I use my powdered toothpaste with an oral b sensi-soft toothbrush for a good 60 seconds, twice a day. The only downside is charcoal is very messy and it takes a few rinses to get all the black out my mouth but the whitening is worth it.

For Thick Eye Brows and Eye Lashes: Castor Oil

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Tip: I dip a disposable eyelash brush (spoolie) into castor oil, comb a thin layer through eyelashes and eyebrows then use an eyelash curler for a natural lift. I noticed a major difference after 3-5 days.

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