Avery Mae Beauty

Today I needed to talk about my skincare program for my very dried-out, sensitive skin. The primary focus of my blog is makeup, but quality skincare leads to your makeup looking its best. A little bit about my skin: I am in my own middle 20’s, have very dry, sensitive epidermis and I have a problem with both intermittent eczema and acne.

I avoid products that are greatly fragranced, contain a lot of alcohols, and contain mint and similar herbal products, all of which irritate my epidermis. Through learning from your errors over years, I have determined a program that works for me personally – I am hoping this is helpful if you have similar skin to mine!

  • Vomitus indicates PTIK
  • Follow the right skin care regimen
  • You’re being you, it’s a lovely thing
  • No artificial fragrances
  • With microabrasives
  • Be you because you’re quite
  • Sandalwood Leaf

My personal skincare idea is very simple: (1) maximize dampness, (2) use gentle formulas, and (3) be consistent. Burt’s Bees Radiance Facial Cleanser – this is a light cream like a cleanser that contains hydrating ingredients like safflower oil, jojoba butter, jojoba oil, and glycerin. It is gently scented but smells fresh. I massage the cleanser into my skin gently and remove with lukewarm water to make sure my skin isn’t inflamed or red after cleansing.

I have used this regularly since 2009 and it always leaves my skin feeling clean but not stripped. I haven’t found anything that works as well under foundation, and I’ve used it for years. Paula’s Choice Barely There Sheer Matte Tint SPF 30 – is a tinted wide range sunscreen with an all natural satin surface finish that is effective with makeup.

I am a big advocate of using SPF every day (even if my foundation has SPF) to make sure my pores and skin is protected. I’ve purchased this twice. Blistex Deep Renewal Lip Balm – I’m not linked with this specific lip balm, each morning as a lip conditioner and primer but I take advantage of a lip balm. I prefer the new Sugar Advanced Lip Therapy, however the Blistex is way real way cheaper.

Thanks as always Kathryn! Haha, I observed you called it “Bill’s Strawberries and Cream Mask”. That is too funny! I always like hearing his responses to your article. He is a trooper. I am in the feeling to eat strawberries Now. Thanks for another wonderful mask recipe! Thanks so much, This was an exclusive title I thought would be fun!

It is really hard to resist this as I love the 3 ingredients for eating but. Appreciate all your carrying on support on these skin care formulas. Great to feel they are advantageous! Cheers for pinning and voting! Good enough to consume for sure. I am certain everyone’s first thought. Great hub and I really like your beauty works. Voting up and pinning. You did spot the recipe was called BILL’s Strawberries and Cream Facial Mask. Honoring you my pal!

Yep, that’s the idea the lovely fruit and cream in a face mask you could always remove from Bev yourself! Many thanks Bill for insisting I submit your recipe in to the mix! Always a joy and pleasure! So, let me see if I understand correctly. I should venture out and buy some strawberries and whipped cream. I will smash the whole concoction on her face and tell her how great it is on her behalf skin? Did I get that correct? I would be in divorce court, so it would make my mind spin fast. I’m sure glad you have a feeling of humor and don’t mind me stopping by.

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