It’s utilized me a long time to get to know my dermis. I had formed acne all throughout my teens and I’ve tried using an insane amount of different products and regimens with varying levels of success. Now we’ve been vegan for 3 I’ve and years have a collection of natural, vegan products that I love! I’ve bought my skin under control in a natural way finally, it’s completely controllable and I no longer wish to wear a full face of makeup merely to feel comfortable enough to go out. I’ve found a ton of tips throughout the entire years and I’m thrilled to share with you them!
So, here is my complete skin care routine and my top vegan skin care advice and tips! Disclaimer: This post is sponsored by Ayushi, makers of high-quality vegan skin care products that use natural, organic ingredients. After using these products for over 4 times now, Ayushi has seamlessly bundled itself into my skin care routine and I’m so happy to support such an excellent cruelty-free brand!
I cleanse my face 1-2 times each day (daytime and/or night) using Ayushi’s Rose Garden Facial Wash. It works well for both detoxification and removing makeup. It’s potent stuff, so I don’t need to utilize much, as with any cleanser it’ll be drying if you are using too much or leave it on for too long. The pump is great since it only dispenses a little bit at a time so I never waste any of it. I use 3-4 pumps to remove makeup and just 1-2 for cleansing bare skin. I absolutely love using this stuff plus a konjac sponge – my skin feels so supple and clean afterwards.
I’ve been using My Konjac Sponge’s French green clay cosmetic sponge. Ayushi’s Organic Facial Glow Lotion with the goodness of almond & raspberry. After cleaning, I gently towel dry up my face (dab, don’t rub!) and moisturize using 2 pumps of Ayushi’s Facial Glow Cream immediately. That is my favorite lightweight moisturizer ever.
- Frankincense essential oils 4 drops
- Unclogs and shrinks skin pores
- Move your toes to turn from the water and gently push the cuticles back
- 2 poles, 8′ and 3′
You can read all my gushing relating to this wonderful product in this article. After moisturizing I apply a level of beeswax-free lip balm (in the evening, I make that a nice thick level of balm.) I’ve been using Hurraw! S.W. Basics for vegan lip balms. I really like steaming my face!
It increases the flow, softens my body for deep detoxification, and it’s so relaxing. It really soothes my sinuses too which is a large deal to me since it is unbelievably dried out here in southern Alberta. For something that feels so luxurious, steaming is a breeze and inexpensive! All you need is boiling water, a huge heat safe bowl (I take advantage of a stainless mixing bowl), and a towel. Boil at least 1 liter of liquid, pour it into your bowl and stick it somewhere safe where you can’t inadvertently knock it over – you might like to put a towel under the dish too.
Position your head above the vapor (keep far away from it to begin with – you don’t want to shed yourself!), and lay down a towel over your head and the bowl to trap the heavy steam. You can actually steam so long as you like, I favor 5-10 minutes or until the water loses its heat.
You can truly add teas hand bags or natural essential oils to this inflatable water for a good aromatherapy experience too! Heat should be never feel uncomfortable, stay enough away from the heavy steam to avoid burns up considerably. If you start to feel drowsy, stop! You do NOT want to fall with that person over a bowl of scalding water asleep!
Using a nice grainy scrub to remove dry skin is my most liked part of my skin care routine! Unfortunately it’s not at all something that needs to be done daily therefore I limit myself to at least one or two 2 times weekly. Keep in mind, coconut oil is great at room heat so avoid letting it decreases your drains because it can cause plumbing issues.