Almay Clear Complexion Concealer (My Favorite Concealer)

My favorite concealer is Almay Clear Complexion Concealer. I like how it conceals my blemishes and dark circles without making me look all caky and fake. I suggest this concealer for you to use too.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Alyssa

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Start Getting Rid of Those Blemishes!

Diet:

The foods you eat affect your skin, well-being and well, pretty much everything in your body. The foods you eat don’t give you breakouts but eating healthy can help prevent them.  Eat a diet that has variety.  You need to balance protein, fats, sugars and carbs. Stay away from foods that come in boxes (aka — pringles, oreos, cheez-its etc). 

Cleansing your face:

  1. Wash your face with a sent-free cleanser. Chances are, the ones with the least amount of ingredients are the best.
  2. Wipe your face with an alcohol-free toner to remove excess dirt.
  3. Exfoliate your skin.  DON’T OVER SCRUB! Most people tend to exfoliate too hard and end up irritating their skin. 
  4. Moisturize your skin. Find a moisturizer best for your skin type
Alyssa

Make Pimple Less Obvious

Pimples can be annoying little things.  They tend to creep up onto our skin at the most inconvenient times too.  However, there are ways to help disguise a pimple. 

The hardest part about discising your pimples is taking care of the redness.  One trick is to take eye-drops (e.g -Visine Tears) that is made for red irritated eyes.  The eye-drop take away the reddness quickly!

Alyssa

Benefits of Honey

Honey is an all natural and healthy sweetener. According to the American Chemical Society and the National Honey Board, honey can be good for you and is full of healthy antioxidants. Also, honey is used for external uses in cosmetics too (make-up, zit treatments, masks, etc.).

Fun things to know about honey

  • it is a perfectly healthy substitute for sugar.
  • helps loose extra pounds. 
  • darker honey is better for you.
  • buckwheat flower honey is richer in antioxidants than honey made from bees.
  • honey is bad for infants but healthy for adults (never give to a 1 year old or younger).
  • honey is a good pre and post exercise supplement (a teaspoon could give you a healthy energy boost).
  • honey is good for your skin.
  • honey is also good for treating ailments.
  • relieves sore throats (good for vocalists).
  • can help freshen breath.

Here are two links to some sites giving more beneficial information regarding honey.

Hopefully this tid-bit of information will help you sweeten up your day. Remember that too much of a good thing can be bad for you. Make sure you take healthy proportions.
Alyssa