When I try to encourage friends and family members to incorporate more natural beauty & health products into their lives, they tell me it’s too expensive for them. Then I share my favorite shopping tips and they see how affordable it can be! I wanted to share these deals and tips with you in hopes of making it easier and more accessible to incorporate more natural and healthier alternatives. Let’s see this week’s deals.
In the past couple years, Whole Foods has released a yearly beauty bag of the best skincare and makeup products! It’s my first year hearing about the Whole Foods Beauty Bag and I was able to pick one up for myself. I can’t believe what an amazing deal this bag is and how many amazing beauty goodies are in the bag. It’s heavy on skincare and I love that about it. Let’s see what was in the bag.
Back again with a video where I chat about my definition of ethical fashion. I also share what ethical fashion looks like in marketing and brand info. This is just an overview so I’d love to hear your thoughts & what your definition is of ethical fashion. Share them in the comments!
Last year, I realized that I’m in my 20’s and I still suffer from issues with acne and blemishes. I wanted to change this reality so I picked up the Shea Moisture Clear & Balance Problem Skin Facial System. The kit includes a full-size African Black Soap Face & Body Bar, a full-size Problem Skin Facial Wash & Scrub, a full-size Problem Skin Moisturizer & a half-size Problem Skin Facial Mask. After using these products for a few months, I want to share my review of each product in the kit and my overall impression of the facial system. I also included a YouTube review at the bottom of this post!
I’m starting this new series called “In the limelight”, as a way of sharing brands, items or people that I have been obsessed with this month. Everything I know about them I learned through their website or social media accounts. I live a conscious lifestyle; so many of these brands and items are natural, non-toxic, ethically made, sustainable and/or socially responsible. Now let’s shine the light on what caught my eye this February.
Looking back at 2016, I can’t help but think about how much I’ve learned. I don’t know if 2016 was my most successful year personally and professionally, but I’ve grown from it. These are the big life lessons that I learned last year.
Anyone can be an ethical fashionista. Yes, it does take time and work. From my experience, it’s a journey – not an overnight success. To get started on your journey, follow my simplified plan.
It’s not always easy to see what’s wrong with the fashion industry during the excitement of holiday season. Sometimes the decorated stores, commercial jingles and online shopping sales make us forget to ask questions and to be conscious consumers. So here’s a brief look behind the curtain of the conventional fashion industry.
It’s always exciting to discover more ethical fashion brands that sell shoes. There are many ethical shoe brands internationally but I’ve been looking for brands that deliver to the United States. Here are my favorites that I had to share with you.