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I'm keeping my feet looking as tidy as I can with a simple at-home pedicure, using tools that I already have.
I have spent the last 7.5 years involved in the nitty gritty details of design, endlessly tweaking colors, print techniques, sleeve proportions, and fabric qualities in order to funnel thousands of units of product into stores for middle-American consumers to buy at a sharp price point.
My dermatologist had actually recommended that I stay on a low-dose antibiotic… forever. This should have been my first clue that I needed a second opinion.
I've read that synthetic moisturizers can prevent your skin from hydrating itself, and that healthy skin doesn't need a bunch of stuff slathered on it every day.
Intuitively, I feel that exercise and a minimal, zero waste lifestyle go hand in hand, but lately I’ve been asking myself just how they are linked.
All this inconvenient thinking about my impact on the planet (gah!) has unavoidably led me to consider coffee.
I've been working on slowly re-vamping my beauty routine into something a little less wasteful, which is no easy task since before I began this journey, virtually all of my cosmetics and toiletries were petroleum-based and packaged in plastic.
I began looking for a DIY alternative to store-bought mouthwash, that I can make with few ingredients and store in a glass bottle.
I narrowed down my white blouse assortment so that every one I own now serves a different purpose:
Looking at each step of the coffee production process can give us a better idea of its real impact.