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Afterward, I use a little Missha Time Revolution First Treatment essence and Aesop Lucent facial concentrate, followed by Deciem the Ordinary’s hyaluronic acid 2% b5, Niacinamide 10% zinc 1%, and 100% plant derived squalane.
Niacinamide is a form of vitamin B3 that helps lessen fine lines, blemishes, and dull skin.
I went on a trip this January, and she made me a perfume care package. I’ve always had really dry skin and everything I tried seemed to strip it and make it worse. I used to smoke (yuck, I know) and I was starting to develop fine lines, too.
She was like, ‘This is for when you’re walking on the beach, this is for dinner…’ I now wear L’Artisan Nuit de Tubéreuse because it reminds of that trip. Shana has amazing glowing skin, so one night over a glass of wine I said, ‘You have to tell me what you’re doing!
I also got really inspired by her 10-step Korean skincare routine, which has been getting popular in the U. ’ She said ‘Oh, it’s long and intense.’ But I told her, ‘I don’t care, I’ll do anything.’ So she taught me her routine and I noticed a difference.
The moisture was immediate, my face was glowy all the time, and the fine lines have basically disappeared. It’s a long process, and I’ve adapted my routine to work for my skin.
In the morning, I will put on some elta MD broad spectrum SPF 46 after everything and if it’s night, I also use a retinoid cream from Curology. I try to stay away from anything with fragrance because it irritates my skin, and the expensive stuff usually has added scent. But sometimes I just listen to music because by the end of the day I have taken in enough content. I assist in the delivery room, work with neonatologists and pediatricians to resuscitate babies, help women recover after C-sections and circulate in the operating room. I am also in graduate school studying to become a midwife.
After the disastrous Battle of Kinsale in 1601, when the Irish lost to the English, the Irish chieftains fled to Rome where they secured a Plenary Indulgence from Pope Clement for anyone doing a pilgrimage to Holy Island on St Caimin’s feast day, the 24th of March.
This raised the profile of Inis Cealtra, already a place of pilgrimage for 100s of years to that of a ‘notable shrine’ so pilgrims came in their 1000s from all over Ireland to atone for their sins, which involved doing ‘the rounds’ of the island, seven miles, seven times, culminating in a bare kneed penitent crawl to the kissing stone which absolved the pilgrims of their sins for another year.
From the bullaun stones of the Celts to the 8th century grave slabs in the Saint's Graveyard, 10th century high crosses in St Caimin’s church, pilgrims paths and kissing stone and a lot more besides, too many to describe here that you will have to go see for yourself.
But even if you know nothing at all about Irish history or you are not even remotely religious, stepping ashore on Inis Cealtra (a short boat ride from Mountshannon) is a very special experience, as apart from the 1000’s of years of history, Holy Island’s natural beauty is palpable.....
AHA and BHA are the ass kickers of my skincare routine.