Skincare products are easily pigeon-holed. You can’t be blamed for thinking you use an eye serum around your eyes and that’s it.
BUT … you can easily multi task the begeezus out of them! This is great for your hip pocket and helps you avoiding a bulging bathroom cabinet.
(If you have a healthy Happy Skincare obsession though, we can’t help with the bulging bathroom cabinet. The important thing is that your cabinet is bulging with the best products ).
Just because something is called an eye serum doesn’t mean you can’t use it on your face, hands or feet. Yes it has been specifically made so that it best suits the eye area but it can also work magic elsewhere.
We love a product that is more than a one trick pony so naturally most of our products can be used as something else. We’ve got some fantastic multitaskers.
Want to know what they are? Great, because we are about to spill the beans:
Do you have any weird and wonderful uses for Happy Skincare products? If so we’d love to hear them.
You know Christmas shopping is in full swing when Santa Claus is at the shopping centre having photos with the kiddies.
After looking at the weird and wonderful list we have just realised that the 5 products in the Full Sleigh Christmas Set can do the job of 13. That is very cool even if we say so ourselves.
If you have your eye on one of the Christmas sets and want to avoid the disappointment of missing out you can check them out here.
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I *used* to think that someone who runs a skincare company isn’t meant to get massive breakouts. I felt super self-conscious of my skin. It felt like everyone I bumped into was staring at my blemishes thinking “Gosh, her skin is shocking”. But you know what? I’ve changed my mind.
Unfortunately we can’t control the damage caused by external aggressors (like wind, UV rays and pollution), but we can make conscious choices about the products we choose to slather on our strands. Here are just a few reasons why making the switch to natural might be the best treat you can give your cheesed-off tresses – and your conscience.