Ask Milb: What’s in my Clean Make-up Bag

My “Clean Make-up” Bag I like my products how I like my people: non-toxic. It has taken me months but I have finally completed and transitioned all of my make-up over to clean brands and products. It took a lot of research and trial to curate the products I now own and I am still adding and testing new products to review. When transitioning to green make-up, the goal of mine was to have all the essential products that I use for a full face. I definitely don’ use everything… View Post

Review: Inika Long Lash Vegan Mascara

Inika Vegan Long Lash Mascara The Long Lash Vegan Mascara is a luxurious formula that uses 100% plant-derived and natural ingredients to boost lash length, volume and span. Inika This is the best mascara I have ever used; natural and conventional. I’ve tried a lot of mascaras but this one is now my holy grail. It is amazing. Natural mascaras have come such a long way and Inika have mastered both the formula and the brush on this product. It’s also vegan which is amazing. This is the ultimate mascara… View Post

Review: Soapwalla Original Deodorant Cream

Soapwalla Original Deodorant This all-natural yet powerful Deodorant Cream from Soapwalla has gained cult status over the past few years. A unique formulation utilizing superfine vegetable powders, clay, and lavender, peppermint and tea tree essential oils to absorb moisture, inhibit bacteria, and ensure a long-lasting and highly effective experience.The frosting-like consistency ensures effortless manual application and quick absorption. Ideal for all skin types. Content I love natural deodorants. Not all of them work for me. In fact, most don’t. But after using the same deodorant for 2 years I like… View Post

Ask Milb: My Evening Skincare Routine

My Evening Skincare Routine I am so happy to have mastered my acne healing evening skincare routine. It’s taken me a lot of products and a lot of trial and error to get to this point. If you’ve read my acne healing morning skincare routine blog post, which I will link here, then you’ll know I’m sticking to products that lower inflammation and are cooling on the skin. You will obviously notice some crossover with products as I do use the same eye cream and serum day and evening, however,… View Post

Review: Herbivore Rose Hibiscus Facial Mist

Herbivore Rose Hibiscus Rehydrate the skin with the help of Herbivore Botanicals Rose Hibiscus Hydrating Face Mist, a facial mist comprising properties that work to plump, replenish and firm. Formulated with coconut water to instantly offer hydration, hibiscus flower to even the skin tone, rose to reduce redness and inflammation, witch hazel to tighten the skin and aloe vera to help heal the skin, this facial mist has all-natural ingredients and contains no animal by-products. Space NK I have been enjoying using facial toners/mists recently. I’ve stopped using a cleanser… View Post

Review: Weleda Nourishing Hair Oil

Weleda Nourishing Hair Oil This Revitalising Hair Tonic by Weleda is created for dull or damaged hair in need of some TLC. Formulated with Rosemary Oil and extracts of Stonecrop and Horseradish leaves, it works to improve the supply of nutrients to the hair from the roots, whilst improving natural hair growth and maintaining a healthy scalp. Look Fantastic Switching my hair oil to a natural alternative was the thing that took me to longest. I found so many oils but they felt very heavy on my hair. I wanted… View Post

Review: Ere Perez Quandong Green Booster Serum

Ere Perez Quandong Green Booster Serum Boost your skin with this highly nutritious green smoothie for the face. An antioxidant-rich blend of superfood ingredients to support a healthy, glowing complexion, reduce signs of lines and calm inflamed skin – the best green boost you can give your skin! Naturisimo Today I’m reviewing this serum from Ere Perez. I am officially on my third bottle of this stuff and have been using it since November. First comment; 1 bottle doesn’t go very far. This stuff runs out quicKKK. I would say… View Post

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