Holy Grails Anonymous 9781
post your holy grail skin products, hair products, and i guess, makeup
Tell me more. Did you have acne? How bad?
safflower oil is so great for any type of acne prone skin and it's very lightweight and affordable. 10/10 oil imho>>9785
going to try this just to try it, thanks anon
I don't have one because they MUST all be in tandem. Fungal acne mixed with regular is a drag.
But yeah, this got me from 10 painful cysts+many comedones at any time all over my face to just scars and 1-3 lesions sometimes.
Also no refined sugar in my diet.
Hado Labo’s Gokujyun line (face oil, face wash, moisturizing liquid, premium moisturizing cream in the gold tub). My face is looking so good.
Just using water and avoiding scented soaps of any kind works well.
alright so for the first time ever i did one of those diy turmeric masks after hearing about it for 9238492034 years and ignoring it. i thought they were complete bullshit DIY useless masks for people with nothing better to do and a pantry full of spices, but i am converted. i'm dousing my body in this shit with almond milk and a touch of honey and it's amazing. i assume you guys will have tried this already but it really does work imo.>>9810
anon… i wish. just using water to wash your face does not work for like… so many people.
That sounds heavenly (and delicious lol). But I wouldn't fill my tub with it, the tuneric seems like it would stain the bath and the honey might clog the drain/pipes if used in large amounts.
oh no, i don't mean i'm filling my bathtub with it. im just making a bunch of it and putting it all over my body and letting it sit while i'm in the shower washing and conditioning my hair. my skin comes out so smooth. it helps that the turmeric is slightly gritty too so it makes for a wonderful scrub that isn't too abrasive like sugar or salt.
i tried a turmeric mask, and while it does feel divine, my face is now yellow
what brand did you use? as turmeric has become more popular, consumer agencies have been reporting an increase in adulteration/artificial dyes. it shouldn't leave anything but a very very slight yellow tint that fades easily (but definitely dyes plastic and clothes, as i've found).
no idea, sadly, i've bought it a while ago and already moved it into a separate container with the rest of spices
has anyone here used kukui oil for their face and body? has anyone found it to be comedogenic?>>9851
maybe just use that one for food and (idk if you're american but target has their organic line that's cheap) try the organic kind or just a more reputable brand in general. i'm using mccormick right now and the verrrry slight yellow fades super quickly.
This is the best serum I've ever used in my life. My face feels so smooth and bright, more smooth than anything I've ever used in my life, and I've used a lot of acids, retinoids, etc
does anybody have a face moisturizer they'd highly recommend that isnt super e? i have normal/oily skin and right now i just put body lotion on my face nd i think i need something better
Showering, then putting on Cosrx Hyaluronic Acid Hydra Power Essence while the bathroom is super humid. Then seal it in with vitamin e oil. My face texture vanished like overnight.
I am HOOKED on liquid keratin.I do my bangs every 2 weeks.
My holy grail for skincare is bentonite clay or "aztec healing clay" mixed with lemon juice, used as a mask at night. It's great for acne and hyperpigmentation.
And before people tell me "lemons are too acidic and super dangerous!" The clay is basic, so you're supposed to mix it with an acid to neutralize it and make it foamy.
This gave me broken veins. I don't know if I left on too long or what but I wouldn't recommend it.
Oof…Well I've personally never had that problem anon. I only use it once a week and wash it off once it's mostly dry, plus I use it when I don't have to use my facial muscles at all. Like, when I'm not eating or talking.
Idk if any of that makes a difference, but thought I'd share in case doing it that way helps anyone to reap the benefits while avoiding any side effects.
This stuff is amazing. No crunchiness. Gets flyaways and baby hairs down. Washes out easy. Not greasy. Not too expensive. Don’t need too much. Gets frizziness down so you don’t have a halo of frizz. You may still need to use frizzease or whatever if you got crazy amounts of frizz like me but even frizzease doesn’t help with the frizz halo.
Fuck that it says it’s a men’s product, this shit is absolutely a holy grail.