I have to wear a mask at work unless I’m alone in my office. Unfortunately, I have found that wearing a mask has increased my likelihood of acne breakouts. Here are my simple tips for preventing and treating maskne (acne caused by wearing a mask).
I don’t pray enough. I don’t go to church enough. I don’t love people enough. I don’t trust God’s plan enough. I don’t listen to Him enough. But I’m trying.
I quit my “dream job”. It felt so discouraging to let go of something I had wanted so badly. Now, I don’t regret it one bit.
I wanted to try the Glow Recipe Watermelon line since it came out but couldn’t muster up the courage to actually buy it because of the price tag. However, I decided to treat myself for the holidays and try the whole line. Are they worth the money?
“Write it on your heart that everyday is the best day in the year.” – Ralph Waldo Emerson
‘Tis the season of cold, dry air! Facial mists are my newest winter skincare favorite to refresh my skin and combat winter dryness!
I hope you enjoy lots of good food and wonderful company this holiday season! I’m a little homesick, but it’s okay. 🙂 As cliche as it is, I really want to spend some time reflecting on the many things I have to be thankful for.
I have LOVED My Beauty Diary Sheet Masks since I first discovered them years ago.
My Beauty Diary have tons of choices for all of your skincare needs. If you’re unsure of where to start, this can help you figure out your favorite!
I’d like to introduce my newest holy grail vitamin C: COSRX Triple C Lightning Liquid. This exclusive serum boasts 20.5% pure vitamin C (ascorbic acid) and 72% black chokeberry, a special ingredient that stabilizes the high concentration of vitamin C to make sure skin remains hydrated and smooth. Needless to say, I love it.
What happened to the “American dream”? Is it no longer for everyone?
I am a child of immigrants. My mom and dad came to America from the Philippines in hopes of finding a better life than the one they left behind. They’ve worked hard to give my brothers and me the privileged lives we’ve had.