In five days I will be heading to my first class of the semester. I can't say I am super excited about my 8ams but I am definitely looking forward to being back on a campus. With the new semester ahead, I know that I am soon to be exposed to excessive amounts of bacteria and other disgusting things. With this exposure I find my skin breaking out more and my hair losing strength. To combat this, I am making small changes in my daily skin and hair care routine!
By incorporating vitamins and natural products into my daily routine, I have already seen slight results. I look forward to continuing this routine that I have developed throughout the semester.
For my hair routine I wash and condition daily with Mane 'n Tail shampoo and conditioner. On top of this, I use Creme of Nature Argan oil hair treatment once a week to strengthen dead ends. The Argan oil hair treatment has made a huge difference for my split ends!
My skin care routine has only changed slightly. I have been using the L'Oreal Go 360 Clean for over a year and I swear by it. It is the only face wash that doesn't cause my face to break out! I have added the Valentia Even Glow Serum containing Vitamin C to my daily routine and have noticed a slight difference in the week that I have been using it. My skin seems to have lost some of its typical redness, which is a great accomplishment in my books. At night time, I apply a moisturizer after the Even Glow Serum to keep my skin drying out. The moisturizer I use is the Expert brand from Target. I like this moisturizer because it only cost about five dollars and it works well for the price!
I am also re-introducing Biotin into my daily routine. I took Biotin last semester and it made a world of difference in my hair and nails, but when summer came around I started slacking and eventually quit taking it all together. However, I know the move is going to take its toll on my hair and nails and skin in many ways, so this little vitamin is making its way back into my daily routine!
What products are in your daily routine?