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Skin Laundry Review

Here’s What Skin Laundry Did for My Skin

I went for 10 laser and light sessions at Skin Laundry to get the no makeup look. Here’s what happened. If you live in California, New York, Arizona or even Hong Kong, you’ve probably heard of Skin Laundry. Men and women are flocking to Skin Laundry locations to get super ...

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CORREXIKO Health Supplements

Cruelty Free Skin and Health Hacks

Not everyone knows this, but I am a huge fan of health and wellness supplements! I eat right (most of the time), work out, and try to get the right amount of water and sunlight, but sometimes mother nature needs a little help. I consider a “health hack” to be ...

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belli pure radiance facial sunscreen review by my beauty bunny

Belli Pure Radiance Facial Sunscreen

Skincare For Mamas and Mamas-to-be Being that I just had a baby four months ago, I’m definitely still on the cautious mama wagon checking everything that I put on me or my baby. Anything we put on our skin can be absorbed into the bloodstream, and can later affect breastfed ...

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The Organic Pharmacy Skincare Goodies!

Thursdays with Cheeky Rox: The Organic Pharmacy Review Lately, my skin hasn’t been looking it’s best. I feel like my face has been extremely dull and dehydrated – which is strange because normally I actually have combination/oily skin. It may be the change of weather as we transition from spring to summer ...

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Korres is Cruelty Free

Korres is Cruelty Free!

I am super late to the game, but Korres is cruelty free again! I used to buy (and feature!) their products quite often. I was always a fan. So, what happened? Well, the company has never tested on animals, but they were sold to Jonson & Johnson years ago. When ...

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Burts Bees Cleansing Oil

Burt’s Bees Cleansing Oil – for All Skin Types!

Burt’s Bees Cleansing Oil (UPDATE: It has come to my attention that Burt’s Bees is now selling in China. They say they are not testing, but there doesn’t seem to be a way to avoid post-market testing – even if they were able to avoid a first-round of testing. I ...

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