I started this blog out of a desire to share my findings, writings and photographs with others because I love skincare products and learning about them. Everything I write here is my own opinion and should not be considered professional advice. If I write an article I will cite resources and quote others appropriately.
My skin will always be different from your skin. What works for my skin may or may not work for yours. Everyone has different skin types and different issues, I can only speak to my experience and what worked for my own. I am not liable for any losses, damages or injuries from the use of information on this blog or when asked for a product recommendation or my experience with a product.
I am not a dermatologist, doctor or esthetician and am not licensed in any way. I do not consider myself a professional at giving skincare advice and I will not give out professional skincare advice. If you need advice or help, seek out an esthetician, dermatologist or licensed professional to give you whatever it is you need.
All of the content, photographs and writings on this blog are mine unless I state otherwise. If you do wish to use it, please credit it with a link to it's original source. If you would like to use my content for commercial purposes, please contact me at email@example.com
The products I talk about on this blog are purchased by myself unless I state otherwise. If I have been sent a product to review I will always give my honest opinion because your trust as a reader means a lot to me! If I quote someone, I will link to said person and resource.
I am not being sponsored and am not an affiliate with a third party. If I ever write a sponsored post, I will be sure to let you know and I will give my honest opinion. I will also let you know if I do decide to affiliate with a third party. If I decide to promote a product on this blog or do a promo code it is because I really enjoy the product and want to support it! Bottom line, I will let you guys know what's up with each post I write.
My tagline: "Detoxing the beauty industry, one word at a time." reflects my hope and desire that one day the beauty industry will be free of false narratives, over-inflated hype, and of course toxic ingredients. When I say "toxic" or "non toxic" I mean what I consider in my opinion has potentially negative or positive effects on skin and health based on information I find on sites like ewg.com and truthinaging.com
I am not a scientist or a doctor. What I consider to be "clean beauty" is skincare, makeup or wellness products I consider to be free of "toxic" ingredients. Those opinions are mine alone and should not be considered professional advice. I believe in looking on both the scientific and natural side of things and making a decision there. What I mean by "non-toxic" is again my own personal opinion based on my own knowledge of the ingredients and should not be considered professional advice or taken to heart. You should always ask your doctor, esthetician or dermatologist for what will work best for you.