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These mechanisms are like muscles; they weaken when they’re replaced with products. The skin then “needs” more products to correct problems caused by those products, and the I Don’t Live In Philippines But Philippines Will Always Live In Me shirt in addition I really love this endless cycle of skin care starts again. Over time, I learned how to maintain my skin from within. I swear by a daily sweat to support cellular cleansing, hormone-healthy foods to support sebum production, and sleep to support enzymatic exfoliation. (Like muscles, there are some “sore spots” once you start building up the skin’s innate power—flaking as it adjusts to natural desquamation after artificial exfoliation, oil slicks as sebum production finds its footing free from moisturizer.) Of course, I couldn’t resist the pull of products forever. I eventually introduced a few natural ingredients back into my regimen. Manuka honey, rose water, jojoba oil. Then, slowly, a few “clean” additions. One Love Organics Vitamin B Cleanser, Leland Francis Twenty-Nine Botanical Serum, For The Biome Invigorate Powder Mask, Kari Gran Essential SPF. Now, as I quarantine, I find myself once again paring back my beauty routine to the only real essential: my skin itself. My face is very happy about it.

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This return to nothingness is about more than aesthetics, though. In using less, I’m recognizing the I Don’t Live In Philippines But Philippines Will Always Live In Me shirt in addition I really love this healing power of the human body. I’m realizing the importance of being self-sufficient. I’m relearning a lesson in sustainability. I’m pushing against the consumerism that helped create the twin crises of climate change and the novel coronavirus, because the way the beauty industry has traditionally operated—the constant push for new, more, better, younger—has to change. The world looks different, even if we don’t (or don’t want to) yet. Perhaps the pandemic is not the “perfect opportunity” for a chemical peel, but the exact right moment to press pause.

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