• Stephanie Rodgers

Don't quit on your skin

Updated: Jan 25

2022 is Already here.. and during this month of January I always think that , I like to set my intentions and work on my goals for the new year. I’ve like to look at the past year and see all my accomplishment.. we take for granted things and sometimes we are just too hard on ourself.

I really don't know why stopped in October to post on blogs.. I guess I wasn't so motivated anymore at a point into the pandemic, I know a lot of us were feeling stuck, uninspired, and complacent with where we are in life.. I felt alone, lost in a sea of my own emotions.

I've got covid, and somehow got me inspired .. after all the pain, and fever I took the time to really found some inspiration like an actual craving of doing it.

But hey! I'm happy to be here, today. And I couldn’t be happier about it.

When I take care of my skin, it isn’t just the skincare on my face — it also extends to my body. If you’ve followed me for awhile, you probably know about the sensitive skin I have.. I always have to be pretty picky with what I put on my skin.

This winter my skin is particularly dry, Bondi sands its just here to save us.

with coconut scents, no parabens, no mineral oils or synthetic dyes, I knew the thick creamy ingredients in it would help firm and hydrate my skin. Made with shea butter, has a thick formula that melts into the skin to provide 24 hours of rich hydration.

enriched with hyaluronic acid and vitamin C to nourish the skin while giving you a healthy glow.

By this point, you’ve probably heard enough about sunscreen. Sorry to put SPF on your mind yet again, but I really want you all to understand how important protecting your skin really is. You should be using sun protection every single day to keep your skin in a healthy, youthful, and glowing state.


Yes, SPF actually lives up to its actual name—sun protection factor. UV light can severely damage your skin, and if you don’t take the extra step to wear it every day, it can lead to bigger issues such as skin cancer. Statistics show that one in five Americans will develop skin cancer by the age of 70, so this is something to take into consideration. If you keep your skin safe, it will pay off.


A lot of people have the misconception that going out in the sun will make you tan and even out your skin tone. However, that couldn’t be further from the truth. Failure to protect dark spots, acne scars, or hyperpigmentation will result in those spots turning darker.

None of us want an uneven skin tone right!


Wearing sunscreen is proven to be anti-aging. Sun exposure is one of the biggest causes of premature wrinkles and fine lines. The signs will be extra noticeable on your face, but you should apply an SPF of at least 35 or higher on your neck, décolletage, and hands. Those areas fall victim to wrinkles the most, but it’s all about prevention guys.

and now tell me how are you taking care of your skin this new year?

Highly, highly recommend!

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