It is pumpkin season and don’t be fooled into thinking that pumpkins are only good for pumpkin pie or Halloween decorations. Pumpkins contain retinoic acid, antioxidants, beta-carotene, and vitamins A, C, and E that you find in the most expensive skincare products. So, if you want skin that naturally glows and looks like it’s full…
“100 x washed ghee” Moisturizer
Have you ever tried a face cream, which your skin seems to just soak in within minutes without leaving a trace of greasiness and leaves you with this deep hydrating feeling that stays with you all day? If you are like me, and are not using conventional skin care products, you probably haven’t had that experience for a while. Sure, coconut oil has amazing benefits all around, but when I slather it on my face, it seems to sit there forever, and actually dries out my skin. I love shea butter, but if I put it on my face in the evening, it’s still there in the morning. It feels more like a mask to me than a gentle moisturizer. Cocoa butter is probably one of the better alternatives as far as absorption but getting it to the consistency of a cream is close to impossible. Even diluting the heavier oils and butters with lighter ones like jojoba or apricot kernel never gave me a sensation of truly nourished skin.