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I don’t know about you ladies, but summer for me is a time to wear as little as possible, eat good food and hang out with friends. It’s also the perfect time to streamline my beauty routine by adding or taking away some products. Lately, I have been obsessed with clear skin. Skin that is clear of spots, marks, blemishes and is well hydrated. After all, the skin IS the largest organ which is why I love giving it that extra bit of attention. Here are my 5 tips for clear summer skin.
As girl who wants to look best without harming the environment, finding Eco-friendly products is high up on my priorities. Not only are Eco-friendly products better for the environment, but they are also good for our bodies and skin. Which is why when I came across Woolworths Eco-friendly body butter I was sold.
Let’s talk body shaming. Today’s topic is very close to my heart. Mainly because I’ve been a victim of this sort of thing and looking back I’ve probably body shamed other people. We know it exists because it is everywhere. It is something that we rarely confront but today I hope to change that.
Have you ever had that feeling? Like the body you live in is not yours? Like its maybe not the one you are meant to be in? With the rise of more and more news coverage on transgender individuals, a lot of people are coming out and saying they relate. For these people, the bodies they live in don’t feel right. Like maybe they feel more like a boy if they are a girl, or they feel like they are a girl if they are a boy. It’s easy to get confused about what this actually means and how this happens when you have never experienced it.