●Every morning: Volumizing brush, activated charcoal face scrub
●Every night: Makeup remover, rejuvenating cream
●Once a week: Mud masks, skin hydrator
●As needed: Under-eye patches
Be careful, though. Overusing any of these items can do more harm than good, drying out your hair and skin and triggering the opposite problem.
So, moderation and consistency are both essential!
Adam Marshall is a freelance writer specializing in all things apartment organization, real estate, and college advice. He currently works with Grove at Huntsville to help them with their online marketing.
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