You know you all do this when a song gets stuck in your head 😂
SKIN CARE TIP: Washing your face – sounds silly, but you’d be surprised how many people wash their face incorrectly… or maybe you’re not surprised at all!
☝🏼First things first - Wash your hands before washing your face and applying skin care products.
💆🏼Cleanser – If you have normal to dry skin, use a more hydrating, creamy cleanser. If you have oily or combination skin, use a foaming or gel cleanser.
🔥Temperature – Wash your face with lukewarm water, NOT HOT WATER!! Using hot water can make you appear flushed and red. Not only are you irritating your skin, you’re also stripping your skin from its natural oils and making your skin dry
☀️Morning – You may think you’re good by just washing your face at night, but you should wash your face in the morning too. At night, your skin is in repair mode – when you’re sleeping your skin’s sebaceous glands are producing oil. So, if you want your skin care products in the morning to work effectively, you need a clean palate.
🌬Drying – Don’t use the same towel you dry your booty with! Use a clean towel and gently pat dry, never rub your skin with a towel because you can cause inflammation!
We love going to the downtown Farmer's market, and when family comes in town, we've made it a tradition to take them every visit! Mainly for these delicious tiny homemade donuts & lemonade we found there--If you're in Nashville, definitely give them a visit on Saturday!!🍩Harper Jean was having a blast pickin' out the best squashies for her din-din!! I'm pretty sure it was 95 degrees out yesterday, and the humidity made it even worse! So #Peps all day long 😰🙌🏼
Top 10 oil: Peps helps to lower body temperature, gives a slight cooling sensation, relieves muscle + head tension, & also aids in digestion!
🌿Note** add 8-10💧to a 4oz spray bottle & fill the rest with water! Makes for easy application throughout the day + doubles as spider prevention bug spray!👍🏼
After a couple months off business and a little injury here and there, I started running again. Very gradually and slowly. I started at 12 minutes a day and each week I've added a minute. Now at 23 minutes and over 4K steps. It's definitely the turtle approach to #training . @fitbit should record #humidity and #temperature because they totally impact the #journey#run#fitness#alabama#outside