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27 thoughts on “Skin Care Routine for Winter 2020 | Cruelty-free & Vegan Skincare

  1. My skin is in terrible condition right now with being stuck indoors – as soon as I’m able I’m going to order a bunch of Milk skincare because I’ve not heard a bad word against them since you introduced me to it!

  2. I smiled when you said about the oily eyelids but dry under eyes because mine are the same! Though I have rosacea with oily skin whereas you have it with dry. Always interesting to hear about new products.

  3. This came at the perfect time! One of my goals for 2020 is to start using even more cruelty free products. I didn't realize how much of my current skin care isn't cruelty free.

  4. I just went and bought the matcha products after watching this! I tried both of them when they first launched, but forgot how much I liked them. I’m almost out of my usual cleanser so figured I’d get the Milk ones again! I already have the Vegan Milk Moisturizer and am loving it!

  5. My skin has been doing really well lately, aside from hormonal acne and stress-related rosacea flares. It's so nice to finally have landed on products that I can trust and know will work well for me! I really want to try some of Milk's products!

  6. I'm on a K-beauty kick and finding CF k beauty brands. I am going to try some Klairs things I think. I in love with Purito sunscreen and I might try more from that line. I think the Milk stuff looks so cute but there are too many ingredients that I break out from, sadly. My skin is so stupid LOL

  7. I have dry and sensitive skin too. Since this autumn, I use The Ordinary products and they are really amazing ! Inexpensive and very efficient. My skin has never been so good, and for the first time of my life I don't have those dry patches I usually have in winter ^^
    I also would like to try Milk and Pixi, they seem nice products.

  8. I am so excited to try that new Milk moisturizer! I ordered it a few days ago. My skin is sensitive and combo, but more dry in the winter.

  9. my dog fred went to the rainbow bridge last week. while i miss him he comes to me in my mind a lot just spassing how free and painless he feels now…..i hope he meets ya'lls dogs there!!!

  10. I’ve got to dive into milk makeup skincare! I’ve tried a few things, the cooling stick, the matcha stick, the primer stick but nothing newer that released in 2019!

  11. I also have seborrheic dermatitis and dry sensitive skin (but no rosacea). This winter something set off my allergies like mad– I got red itchy burning swollen flakey eyelids and undereyes, and rash that spread down my neck. Just in case I washed & sanitized what I could of my cosmetics and brushes; discarded the rest. I stopped all skin care & reintroduced everything 1 at a time. I thought the culprit was my q10 serum as every time I applied it I definitely saw some skin sensitivity and irritation, so I discontinued it. But it happened again. I was talking it out with my husband and we found the common denominator. Every time I 1st flared up, it was after I had been loving on my BIL's dog; she's very sweet and gives hugs & kisses. Now I'm bummed because I have to try to get allergy shots. I mean, I can't give up my dog snuggles. 😁👍 So this winter it's about less is more until I see my ENT again lol.

  12. Thank you for making this video b/c I've been trying to update my skin care routine & I'm so skeptical but I think I'm gonna give Milk products a try…finally. And the earrings, Courtney, where did you buy them? I love them you wear them a lot & can't seem to find those exact iridescent moons & I've gotta have a pair! ⭐🌙⭐

  13. I think this year I'm finally going to try the Holy Shark serum. I've known about it since it was created and I've just never purchased it.

  14. I love using makeup erasers. I pick them up each time they're at marshalls. Usually use them with water to remove the bulk of makeup, then shower (which helps soften up any leftover mascara) Im pretty sure this can't be healthy. Anyway after I shower then I use makeup remover to remove the rest LOL.

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