So for the past few weeks now, I’ve had embarrassing acne scars on my face. My face had been acne free for a while now and I was glad; until one morning I woke up and there it was. My acne was back.
I was desperate to get rid of it and I did but the scars were all over my face and they were so annoying cause I couldn’t even step out without covering it up with foundation. I had (still have) the scars on my face for almost a month and it didn’t seem like it was getting any better.
So one evening when I wanted to treat myself to cake and icecream, I saw the Huggies baby wipes and decided to buy it. Honestly, I bought it because it was cheaper compared to the makeup remover wipes I saw which was also 34 wipes less than the Huggies 😁.
Anyhoo, I got those babies and they did a great up in reducing the prominence of my scars. I didn’t change anything about
my daily routine except that so I know it has to be it. Plus it has Aloe Vera which is very good for scars. All kinds of scars.
So instead of buying that makeup remover, buy the Huggies baby wipes because it’s cheaper (which is great) and it works great. So try it out.
I also use beautiful day ultra Shea body cream from bath and bodyWorks that I got from a friend. I use it when I’m out of my whipped Shea butter body butter.
I wish I could post my before and after pictures but I don’t have them.
Ps: if you don’t want to buy them because you probably have one you’re loving right now and you have scars, I suggest you get Aloe Vera gel and apply it once or twice a day.
How many Africans or let me say Nigerians in general can recall drinking or eating the following. #TBT
Some you have probably heard about whipped body lotions and you don’t get what the hype is about. I’ve used the Shea butter whipped moisturising lotion and I had great results. I had baby soft skin and I felt so good about my skin and I only used it for two weeks.
So if y’all are interested in getting a DIY of the amazing stuff just keep reading.
What you need
Unrefined Shea butter
Vitamin E oil
Essential oil: lemongrass oil, peppermint oil, tea tree oil e.t.c
I use tea tree oil because of its ability to get rid of acne and acne scars.
You’ll also need an electric mixer
Combine your unrefined shea butter and jojoba oil in a bowl
Boil a pot of water and place the bowl that has the Shea butter and jojoba oil mixture in it and stir until soft
Add vitamin E oil and any essential oil of your choice
Whip the mixture in the bowl with an electric handheld mixer. You should get a very soft consistency.
Pour your mixture into a container and store at room temperature.
Voila! Your whipped Shea butter moisturiser is ready.
NEGATIVISM is the practice of being or tendency to be negative or skeptical in attitude while failing to offer positive suggestions or views.
No one is born negative and we all have the potential to be successful. Rule No1: We have only one (1) choice and that is to be successful! Negativism is a big success antagonist and can end up bring down an individual’s self esteem and natural value. The act of being negative comes with statements such as “I can’t, it’s impossible”. We cannot afford to be negative. Work hard and reach your goals!
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“Start networking before you need it.
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Have a plan.
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