Recently, I have been looking to make the switch over to all natural beauty products. While this was a hard transition at first, I have been finding it easier now that I have a decent selection of bare bone products that I love. I thought I would share these favorites with those of you looking to make a change over to all natural beauty products. Be sure to let me know what you think and share what you’ve found as well!
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Call me crazy, but I am always skeptical of “miracle” products, especially when they come with a hefty price tag. It is no surprise then that until recently I stayed far away from the GlamGlow Supermud Clearing Treatment, aka the cult favorite mud mask. Yet, I finally succumbed to my internal pressure to try this supposedly magical tub of mud when my face started breaking out in the fall of 2017. Restless nights combined with stressful work days led to the appearance of several pimples on my forehead and chin. Junk food and the consumption of a surprisingly large amount of Trader Joes’ peanut butter cups did not help. In true desperation, I decided it was time to try the very product I was convinced was overpriced: GlamGlow’s Supermud Clearing Treatment.
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Every shopaholic gets excited when one of their favorite stores has a sale. It is no surprise then, that Aritzia stores have been flooded with people these past few weeks. Their sale has been epic, and if you haven’t visited the store in a while, you must. The sale ends soon, so be sure to check it out as soon as possible!
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Flinders Lane is a chic Australian restaurant that is perfect for a foodie on a budget. A chic ambience and a unique menu, this is a restaurant for someone who loves to eat creative dishes. It’s especially perfect for people who are looking to go out for a nice meal, but aren’t looking to break the bank.
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While the East Village and West Village get most of the attention from NYC foods, China Town should not be forgotten. Hidden away in the narrow, busy streets are a selection of tasty restaurants that are sure to surprise your tastebuds. These eateries are not the Chinese-American restaurants that you’re used to—even though some of them do offer dishes you will recognize. Instead, they serve a more authentic cuisine that is perfect for someone who is looking for something better than the Chinese restaurant down the block.
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Receiving a Met membership for christmas this year, gave me the perfect excuse to finally sit down and explore all that the museum has to offer. The best thing I learned? On every Friday and Saturday, there is live music and special events that you can enjoy until 9PM.
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Ladies: it’s time we stop spending so much on razors. But more importantly, it’s time we stop spending more money on razors than our male counterparts just because of our gender. That’s right, we’ve been racking up quite a bill keeping our legs smooth because of the pink tax. To say it simply: we are paying more for products than men simply because we are women.
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