Tara
Tara
,
25
Normal Skin
,
Boston
Routine
“I have normal-comb skin, occasional breakouts, stubborn blackheads. I care about preventative aging. My skin loves exfoliation, but I don't want to overdo it. ”
Routine
“I have normal-comb skin, occasional breakouts, stubborn blackheads. I care about preventative aging. My skin loves exfoliation, but I don't want to overdo it. ”
  • The Face Shop -Camomile Cleansing Oil
    STEP
    1
    the face shop camomile cleansing oil
    This is a gentle, moisturizing oil cleanser. I really like the fragrance – it doesn't break me out or anything like that.
  • Thayers-Alcohol-free Unscented Witch Hazel Toner
    STEP
    2
    thayers alcohol-free unscented witch hazel toner
    I use this to get rid of last remnants of the oil by applying it on a cotton pad, and swiping it all over my skin.
  • Mad Hippie-Exfoliating Serum
    STEP
    3
    mad hippie exfoliating serum
    This serum contains10% AHAs + antioxidants – makes me glow like a firefly! I use it once a week.
  • Mad Hippie-Face Cream
    STEP
    4
    mad hippie face cream
    This face cream contains a ton of antioxidants, some peptides, niacinamide. I love this.
  • Truly-Hemp Jelly Anti-Acne Face Mask
    STEP
    5
    truly hemp jelly anti-acne face mask
    I play a lot of soccer and also row in the summer, so often times my skin is parched if I spend a lot of time outside. On those days, I like to use this mask since it's got aloe vera and antioxidants like hempseed oil and green tea extract. I leave it in the fridge and lather it on for 10mins while I'm watching YouTube or something. It's rather soothing :)
Commented 11 months ago
The Mad Hippie love 😍 their products are awesome!!
Commented 1 year ago
Ohhh the hemp jelly mask sounds interesting :) Been intrigued by CBD skincare but haven't tried any yet
  • Post Owner
Commented 11 months ago
I recommend it! It's super refreshing and I have been loving it ❤️
Commented 1 year ago
Oh Mad Hippie! I always walk by their products at Whole Foods 😍 the face cream sounds like a great concoction of ingredients for sure.
  • Post Owner
Commented 1 year ago
Oh for sure. Mad Hippie products are lovely for the most part, and quite economical too when you get them during Whole Foods beauty sales.