Garden of Life mykind Organics Prenatal Vitamins
Feb. 8, 2020Leave a comment
Alright, everyone. Don’t jump to conclusions when you see that I’m going to take prenatal vitamins. Am I pregnant? Hmm. So I have 2 weeks of Garden of Life mykind Organics Women for Health, Energy, and Beauty left. I decided to switch over to prenatal vitamins afterwards. For some reason, I prefer the prenatal vitamins over the ‘regular’ vitamins. I notice that my complexion is brighter, my hair grows faster, nail growth is off the charts + feels much stronger. I see improvements much more quickly. I do have a hair, skin, and nails supplement too. But…it’s not as helpful as I hoped for. It’s good, but I really want to jump back into prenatal vitamins and see what happens. I chopped off my hair months ago, and I regret it instantly even though people liked it. Me, I just prefer long hair. There’s not much I can do with short hair. It’s just not the same. It’s not ME. I hope to achieve longer hair in a few months before my trip. I know a few months won’t be enough time, but all I can do is HOPE. :] I’m so excited for that. I hope all goes well with these vitamins. I will make an update when the time comes.
Have you tried prenatal vitamins before? Share your experience! Would love to know! 😀
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The Ordinary Niacinamide 10% Zinc 1% Serum, Day 1
Nov. 7, 2019Leave a comment
I have a new skin care product. I’ve read so many good reviews on The Ordinary Nicinamide 10% Zinc 1% Serum. I’m currently using Cos De BAHA Niacinamide 10% Serum. It’s been 1 month. I’ve always wanted to try The Ordinary’s. My current Niacinamide did a good job at moisturizing, but it did nothing for my oily skin. Here’s more about this product:
- For normal, oily, combination, dry, sensitive skin
- High-strength vitamin and mineral blemish formula
- With 10% pure niacinamide and 1% zinc PCA
- For oiliness, pores
- Niacinamide (vitamin B3) reduces the appearance of skin blemishes and congestion. 10% concentration of this vitamin is supported in formula by zinc PCA to balance visible aspects of sebum activity
I started using The Ordinary Nicinamide 10% Zinc 1% Serum this morning. As I was dispensing the serum into my palm, I noticed that it looks sticky. Once I applied it to my skin, it absorbed quickly and didn’t leave a sticky feeling behind. I will include this serum with my other serums. I just hope that it doesn’t clog my pores overtime, irritate my skin, or give me a bad breakout. We will see. I don’t want the same thing to happen again (Lily Ana Naturals Vitamin C Serum). It’s a risk to take. Let’s do it and hope for the best!
Have you used The Ordinary Nicinamide 10% Zinc 1% Serum before? Share your thoughts.
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