Focusing on beauty products and techniques for women over 40, Alison Gary, Editor in Chief of Wardrobe Oxygen reviews skincare and cosmetics brands, shares tips for caring for skin and applying makeup, and writes about current beauty trends and how to translate them for the everyday.
I play with beauty products all the time, it’s literally my job. Sometimes this playing introduces me to new amazing products, sometimes it introduces me to breakouts, sensitive skin, and lackluster results. I recently tried a bunch of new products and few were good enough to even mention. It made…View Post
I did a quick Thrive Causemetics review of their mascara, but since then I have tried several products from Thrive Causemetics and wanted to share my thoughts. For those unfamiliar with Thrive Causemetics (which is impressive because each time I open Facebook or Instagram I see an ad for the…View Post
This post is sponsored by Walmart and ShopStyle My husband has always been health-conscious; he’s a yoga instructor, the primary cook for the family, a gardener, always reading up on supplements and diet changes to reduce inflammation, improve quality of life, and longevity. I’ve gone through spurts of joining him…View Post
I’ve preached the benefits of oil cleansing on this blog many times. After years of creamy suds-free cleansers that left me feeling not completely clean and/or stripped I found using an oil-based cleansing balm (this one to be specific) a gamechanger. I used to have dry patches and an oily…View Post
This series is to share a quick review of a single product I’ve recently tried. I’ll be blatantly honest, sharing how I’ve used it, how long I’ve used it, and my tips for the product. These are not paid advertising from any brand, the choice is mine. However, please note…View Post
Girl, I see your Google searches and I feel your pain… literally. The dreaded chub rub. Thighs rubbing together is bad enough, but add sweat and you can end up with a rash, welts, zits, and more. I’ve tried a ton of products on the market and more fail rather…View Post