My All Natural Summer Skincare Routine for Clear Skin in Hot Weather

This is my super simple 100% natural skincare routine for hot weather. It doesn’t weigh my skin down with excess oils but doesn’t remove the protective barrier either, so it’s great for those struggling with acne, dry or oily skin, and even the most sensitive skin.

Amazing Skincare Tool That Cost Me Less Than 2 Euros

Today, I’d like to share with you something that I discovered a couple of weeks ago and I’ve been loving it so much. It’s something really simple, cheap and effective. If you’ve tried the Oil Cleansing Method and found it too irritating, you have to give this little tool a try!

How to Protect Yourself from the Sun Naturally + Benefits of Sun Exposure

Today we’re going to talk about the sun, and no, I’m not talking about the dangers of being in the sun. Let’s talk about why sun exposure can actually be very good for you, how you can protect yourself from the sun naturally, and why slathering yourself with conventional sunscreens might not be the best idea.

The Fastest Way to Remove Makeup Naturally (And Get Glowing Skin)

When you come back from a long day at work or after a party late at night, taking off makeup is the last thing on your mind. But it needs to be done if you want to have healthy skin. This method should make it a lot easier for you. It’s quick, easy, 100% natural, and you can do it in your own bed!

Troubleshooting the Oil Cleansing Method (OCM) Part 2 – FAQs

It’s time to answer some more burning questions about the Oil Cleansing Method for you. This is Part 2 of the highly requested mini series.

What’s In My Primal Bathroom? – Paleo Hygiene and Beauty

I’ve previously invited you to take a look at my kitchen cabinets and my fridge. Today, I’m going to take you for a little tour of another controversial area – my primal bathroom! It might shock you. It might inspire you. Or it might be simply educational. You might think I’m crazy. But I’m proud of my crunchy bathroom and the little routine I have going on, so why not share it?

Troubleshooting The Oil Cleansing Method (OCM) Part 1 – FAQ’s

Since posting my How To Get Rid of Acne Series and the post about the Oil Cleansing Method, I’ve been getting a lot of questions from you, guys. Some of them have been asked repeatedly, so I figured that I should probably write a blogpost answering those questions for you. I hope this will save you time and will prevent you from making mistakes, so that your journey to clear skin can be short and sweet!

Why an Epidemic of Over-Exfoliation Might Be Damaging Your Skin

Don’t get me wrong – gentle exfoliation is a great way to get rid of excess dead skin cells and get that radiant glow. But at the same time it can cause irritation and inflammation, as well as make your skin more susceptible to sun burns. The line between healthy exfoliation and over-exfoliation is pretty thin and blurry.

Gosh, some dermatologists don’t even consider Clarisonic to be an exfoliating device – just a cleansing device. If that’s not exfoliation, then what is? Dermabrasion? Madness!

It turned out that over-exfoliation was one of the main reasons why I had acne. So I tried to google over-exfoliation as a cause of acne. And guess what? I found nothing. Or at least nothing substantial.

So with this article, I’d like to shed a bit more light on this subject.

Oil Cleansing Method (OCM) – Bye-Bye Acne, Hello Radiant Skin!

Why is it that we as a society are made to believe that in order to have healthy skin we need to use strong detergents? Our skin is such a delicate tissue and yet we start applying all kinds of chemicals on it from a very young age. When did we start believing that any kind of oil is bad? Our natural sebum is there to protect our fragile skin from the environment – there is no need to turn it into an enemy.

Let me be your guide into the relaxing and spa-like world of the Oil Cleansing Method.

My 100% Natural Morning and Evening Skincare Routine – How To Get Rid of Acne

Developing this 100% natural skincare routine took me a lot of years of trial and error. I’ve always instinctively known that natural is the way to go but I couldn’t find a way to make it work for my skin. I remember at one point I used to say that my skin is allergic to everything natural. Yeah, I know, that’s silly… I even used to say that I’m allergic to sweat – hmmm, but that’s a topic for another blog post of this month. For now let’s stick with my skincare routine.