Summer 2019 Skin Care Faves

Hey Everyone, I know it’s been awhile. Having Rylie changed a lot of things on this end and I wanted to gracefully give myself time to sink into my role as a mama of 3. I’ll have a life update post coming soon, but for now we’re here for what I’ve been using on my skin lately. If you follow me on IG you’ve seen me rave about the fading of my hyperpigmentation, but you also have actually SEEN my results.

Without further ado, let’s get started on my recent faves that have had my skin glowing these past couple of months.



  1. Farah Pink’s Forever Flawless Beauty Oil

  2. Kojic Soap

  3. Aveeno Brightening Scrub

  4. Ayele & Co. Sunscreen

  5. Ayele & Co. Vitamin C Serum

  6. Rosehip Oil

  7. Sweet Chef Ginger and Vitamin C Serum

  8. Derma E Vitamin C Concentrated Serum

  9. Ayele & Co. HydraBoost Serum

Although my routine wasn’t the best the first few weeks after having Rylie; I made sure I was drinking tons of water and my diet didn’t include too much dairy, sugar, or grease. I wash my face with the Kojic Soap, as well as, a gentle scrub like the Aveeno Brightening Scrub or Mielle Organics Pomegranate Two-in-One Face Scrub and Cleanser. Breakouts are inevitable, but you can minimize the duration and their lasting effects by keeping up with your routine, eating a good diet, and most importantly, leaving your face alone.

If you want to see how far I’ve come on my skin care journey or curious about my full skin care routine, check out this post HERE.

Make sure you’re subscribed so you can catch more posts in the future. All products are linked above. I”ll be sharing some tips on what NOT to do when fighting acne and curing your hyperpigmentation. Leave a comment below if you have any topics you’d love to see me post.

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