Keeping my skin fresh with Aveeno

I recently got the opportunity of trying the new Aveeno skin care products which include face care products! I’ve known Aveeno for their body creams & baby products, so I was pretty excited to try them. After using them for a month, I found that the skin relief moisturizing lotion, not only smelled good, but kept my skin hydrated without leaving it sticky. I also tried for the first time their skin relief hand cream, and what I loved the most is that it feels so light on my skin. It doesn’t make my hands feel greasy. I would use these two creams mostly during summer since they are really light.

I love trying new face products, since I have a tendency to have oily skin, I’m always looking for face creams that will improve my skin. I personally found that the Positively radiant daily moisturizer was a little bit to heavy for my skin. I would use this cream during winter if I’m staying  outside for a long period. I would recommend this cream to people who have really dry skin. The overnight hydrating facial is definitely something I will use once a week. I love that you don’t have to rinse it. You just leave it in for the night and wake up with a glowing skin!

I hope this review was helpful! Leave me a comment with your favorite product from Aveeno!

An Essential: The Bathrobe maternity photoshoot

A maternity photoshoot is something you’ll probably want to do during your pregnancy. It is a special way to keep that special moment forever. One of our favorite styles of maternity photoshoot is The Bathrobe style. Why? Because it is simple to create and also it is an all-time classic. There are two ways how we particularly love this style done, next to a window or sitting on a bed. Continue reading “An Essential: The Bathrobe maternity photoshoot”

Embracing New Growth

 

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Shereen Alex

Pregnancy isn’t what I imagined it to be… it can be really hard, not because I’ve had a difficult pregnancy but because you mentally and physically go through so many changes that in reality nobody really can prepare you for. Before I got pregnant I thought pregnancy was: morning sickness, bigger breasts, baby bump and what Hollywood told me delivery was expected to be like. The whole experience was completely foreign to me and not what I ever thought it would be like, except maybe the morning sickness. Coming from the modelling industry and being able to always have control over my body and what I wanted it to be like, was over the moment I became pregnant. And I don’t mean that in a sense where you can eat endless amounts of food, I mean you have to let go of your control and embrace the temporary home you’re providing for your growing baby inside of you.

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