that ring lightening tho 💫💫💫
it's taken me over twenty years to feel comfortable in my own skin. literally. I have always had problems with my skin and it's always been something that bothered me. and still does at times.
I posted a few days ago and got a few comments, and tons of messages, about skin care. of all the messages I get, those are the ones I wanted to answer, cause I know what it's like to want clear skin. ---
**** this is NOT a paid post, a promotional post, or a post with a discount code at the end. I've bought and paid for (and been gifted from my sisters) all of these products on my own. ****
I've been consistently using @cocokindskincare for about five months now. I watch all of Priscilla's videos and read all of her messages on how to use her products and what not to do.
everything from Cocokind is natural & organic and super gentle. you can literally eat/drink the products. Priscilla is health, and wellness, and economically conscious, and that's something that is important to me. 🌱🌷🍵
I'm sharing this with those who care, because I think it's important to sick together and share experiences, when it comes to personal matters. 💛
trust me when I say that I've tried everything that's out there, including at home remedies and old wives tales on how to clear your skin.
here's what I've found works for me:
• face wash: @cetaphilus (I've tried oil cleansing & my face doesn't like it; maybe I'll try again, but this works rn)
• @cocokindskincare: chlorophyll mask, mymatcha, macabeet, turmeric, rosewater toner **if you use any of CCK products, let me know!
• facial oil: calendula oil
• makeup remover: ology hypoallergenic wipes
that's it, dudes!! I try to not touch my face and I drink plenty of water! STICK WITH IT. you have to be consistent with your skin to see results. 🙏🏼🙏🏼🙏🏼
you're all beautiful; I hope you think you're beautiful too.
#skincare #skinroutine #helpinmysistasout #anddudes #everyonedeservesclearskin