I’ve been lucky enough to not really need to think about skin care all that much for most of my life. Sure, I had a few pimples here and there in my teen years (and still do when I get super stressed), and my eczema still pops up to say hello a few times in
So here’s the deal: I want those “Kylie Jenner lips” and will be tempted to buy whatever drugstore product promises it. But if you’re also on the path to becoming a conscious consumer, your makeup bag is going to need a detox!
When I think about what it means to have practice simple beauty, here’s what comes to mind: I want products that are effective, but also all-natural, easy to find, inexpensive, and that work double or triple duty, so that I can get more out of less.
If you’re following me on Instagram, then you know that I’ve recently started reading Magnifeco by Kate Black, which the cover of the book states is “your head-to-toe guide to ethical fashion and non-toxic beauty”. Now I just finished the first chapter, which focuses on beauty, but let me tell you, this book is so, so, so much more.