My Current Skincare Regimen

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Let’s talk skincare. Have you ever heard of using probiotics for your skin? If not, then you’re not alone. We all know probiotics are good internally for us, but what about externally?

According to studies “Both [internal and external application] have been shown to affect the skin in a significant way,” says Dr. Whitney Bowe, a New York City dermatologist who has published key studies in support of this. “For anti-aging, and also to help with chronic skin conditions—things like acne, rosacea, and eczema.” *Found in this article from ELLE magazine

Pretty interesting right? Now don’t go run off and slap yogurt on your face just yet. Well I guess you could, but I wouldn’t recommend it. Why not, you ask? Because Tula is available!!

I have been using Tula, and nothing but Tula for three weeks now. The results have been amazing! My skin has been clear and smooth. My face has never been softer, and I now have this healthy glow! I was really able to put this to the test when it was that “time” of the month and when I tend to break out. But, NOT ONE SINLGE PIMPLE! It has been amazing!

What I have loved about each product is that it’s all lightweight, the creams don’t leave your face oily and absorbs really well into your skin. My favorite of them all is the Exfoliating Face Mask. I love that it has little beads, and those beads contain jojoba oil and vitamin E oil along with other great stuff. So the mask isn’t just a mask,(hence the name. DUH!). I also really enjoy how after every Face mask I see instant results- my face is brighter and smoother!

Here are a few of the ingredients Tula Skincare products contain:
Probiotics, including yogurt and milk extracts,
Vitamins, including A, E, C
Omega 3 and 6 Fatty Acids

Here is what Tula products DON’T contain:
Mineral Oil
Pthalates (chemicals used to soften plastics that would otherwise be brittle and crack when bent)
Propylene Glycol (a liquid alcohol that is used as a solvent, in antifreeze, and in the food, plastics, and perfume industries.)


I really hope you enjoy the results as much as I did when you buy Tula for yourself.  For more information on Tula and the technology behind it visit their page here.

Have a great Thursday!

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