Every weekend I spend the time to do a long beauty routine but it’s always been a bit of a chore. Until Adovia. I flipping love Adovia products. With the wide variety of things they make, I use at least one of their products daily. While I have found the rare thing from them that I don’t love, for the most part, I’m in serious lust with their stuff.
I usually use baking soda to exfoliate my face with. It does a good job of getting the dead skin off and is super cheap. It did have a bad habit of drying my skin out so I always had to moisturize really well after use. Usually by using a mud mask and following up with Vitamin C serum and Hyaluronic Acid. But now I’ve been using Adovia Exfoliating Facial Sea Salts and I love it. It makes my skin feel smooth and soft (a rare feat on nearly 30 year old skin that only gets pampered a few times a month).
The best thing about the sea salts is that it brightens my face! Like SERIOUSLY brightens my skin. To the point that I haven’t been wearing makeup because when combined with other products that I use I don’t need makeup. This stuff is awesomely awesome. You need it in your life. If it wouldn’t be so strange, I think I would take these to bed with me and put them on their own pillow just so I could pamper them like they do me. I’m not even exaggerating. I’ve sang their praises on the phone to my best friends, made family members wash their faces and use it when they
darken my doorstep stop by for a lovely visit. The conversation typically goes like this:
Me: Hi! How’ve you been?
Family Member: Great! I wanted to come say hi because I haven’t seen you in awhile, you look great.
Me: It’s this new product I’ve been using. *grabs hand and drags them to my bathroom* Here, try this. Now. No seriously, here’s a washcloth.
I’ve been getting weird looks but they stop once they’ve tried it.
You too can experience the awesomeness of Adovia Exfoliating Facial Sea Salts. They’re available from Amazon and are fantastically fantastic. Seriously.
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