A sneak peek at the shelf where I keep my most-used products in my medicine cabinet, including some items I have yet to review. This gives you a good idea of how far along I am in my better beauty journey!
Juice Beauty Blemish Clearing Cleanser - I feel pretty meh about this. I bought it as part of a kit and I’m not super thrilled about any of the products in it. Just trying to use it up so I can try something else.
100% Pure Red Wine Resveratol Scrub + Mask - I got this recently and have only used it a few times, but so far, I love it. Smells awesome and feels soft on the skin.
Juice Beauty Green Apple Blemish Clearing Peel - This is part of the kit I mentioned in #1, and I’m not a huge fan of it.
100% Pure Organic Coffee Bean Caffeine Eye Cream - I’m not typically an eye cream person (I don’t think I have the issues that eye cream tries to address), but I wanted to try this because it’s one of 100% Pure’s best-selling products. I’ve only used it once or twice but so far, so good.
SheaMoisture Reconstructive Finishing Elixir - I did a lite review of this product here, but I continue to use this more as a body oil than for my hair (it’s a bit heavy even for my course/medium thick/frizzy hair).
SheaMoisture Thickening Growth Milk - More on that in this post, but all in all, I still like this stuff.
100% Pure Purity Hydrating Tonique - I reviewed this pretty thoroughly here. I like it well enough, though I’m not sure it helps a ton with breakouts. 
Crystal Body Deodorant Stick - Just posted a review of this stuff. Definitely liking it!
Glow by Dr. Brandt Overnight Resurfacing Serum - Not necessarily part of a better beauty regimen but this stuff is absolutely my HOLY GRAIL acne treatment. Hilariously, it doesn’t seemed to be designed for acne (it’s marketed more at aging skin) but out of all the non-Rx acne products I’ve tried, this one works wonders on my skin. I buy it as part of the Glow kit from Sephora and use the daytime product too (which didn’t make it into the pic). I keep buying itduring bad skin months despite its ridiculous price tag. The crazy price — $65 for one ounce of product — is why I only let myself buy it when my skin is particularly bad. But seriously, guys, this is the only thing that I can count on when my breakouts get bad and I’ll probably continue to suck it up and buy it because it’s amazing.
Olay Regenerist Micro-Sculpting Face Cream - Now we’re getting into the more conventional products. I got this as a gift and I can’t say I notice a difference when I use it — which I haven’t been doing lately because the Glow serum mentioned above seems to work for both aging skin AND acne. It’s seriously a miracle product.
Neutrogena Oil-Free Eye Makeup Remover - Just your standard eye makeup remover. I’m sure there are better options out there, but I’ll finish what I have before I scope out a more natural version.
Clean & Clear Popped Pimple Relief Drying Paste - I bought this out of desperation while traveling and I don’t like it at all. I should throw it away but sometimes I try it again just to make sure I hate it (do you ever do that?). It looks ridiculous on (BRIGHT white) and seems to make pimples, and popped pimples, look worse in the morning. Boo.

A sneak peek at the shelf where I keep my most-used products in my medicine cabinet, including some items I have yet to review. This gives you a good idea of how far along I am in my better beauty journey!

  1. Juice Beauty Blemish Clearing Cleanser - I feel pretty meh about this. I bought it as part of a kit and I’m not super thrilled about any of the products in it. Just trying to use it up so I can try something else.
  2. 100% Pure Red Wine Resveratol Scrub + Mask - I got this recently and have only used it a few times, but so far, I love it. Smells awesome and feels soft on the skin.
  3. Juice Beauty Green Apple Blemish Clearing Peel - This is part of the kit I mentioned in #1, and I’m not a huge fan of it.
  4. 100% Pure Organic Coffee Bean Caffeine Eye Cream - I’m not typically an eye cream person (I don’t think I have the issues that eye cream tries to address), but I wanted to try this because it’s one of 100% Pure’s best-selling products. I’ve only used it once or twice but so far, so good.
  5. SheaMoisture Reconstructive Finishing Elixir - I did a lite review of this product here, but I continue to use this more as a body oil than for my hair (it’s a bit heavy even for my course/medium thick/frizzy hair).
  6. SheaMoisture Thickening Growth Milk - More on that in this post, but all in all, I still like this stuff.
  7. 100% Pure Purity Hydrating Tonique - I reviewed this pretty thoroughly here. I like it well enough, though I’m not sure it helps a ton with breakouts. 
  8. Crystal Body Deodorant Stick - Just posted a review of this stuff. Definitely liking it!
  9. Glow by Dr. Brandt Overnight Resurfacing Serum - Not necessarily part of a better beauty regimen but this stuff is absolutely my HOLY GRAIL acne treatment. Hilariously, it doesn’t seemed to be designed for acne (it’s marketed more at aging skin) but out of all the non-Rx acne products I’ve tried, this one works wonders on my skin. I buy it as part of the Glow kit from Sephora and use the daytime product too (which didn’t make it into the pic). I keep buying itduring bad skin months despite its ridiculous price tag. The crazy price — $65 for one ounce of product — is why I only let myself buy it when my skin is particularly bad. But seriously, guys, this is the only thing that I can count on when my breakouts get bad and I’ll probably continue to suck it up and buy it because it’s amazing.
  10. Olay Regenerist Micro-Sculpting Face Cream - Now we’re getting into the more conventional products. I got this as a gift and I can’t say I notice a difference when I use it — which I haven’t been doing lately because the Glow serum mentioned above seems to work for both aging skin AND acne. It’s seriously a miracle product.
  11. Neutrogena Oil-Free Eye Makeup Remover - Just your standard eye makeup remover. I’m sure there are better options out there, but I’ll finish what I have before I scope out a more natural version.
  12. Clean & Clear Popped Pimple Relief Drying Paste - I bought this out of desperation while traveling and I don’t like it at all. I should throw it away but sometimes I try it again just to make sure I hate it (do you ever do that?). It looks ridiculous on (BRIGHT white) and seems to make pimples, and popped pimples, look worse in the morning. Boo.
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