Welcome to a post that is the antithesis of Facebook misinformation! I didn’t realise how much time has flown since our last misconceptions post, which means by the next time I do one of these I’ll probably be begging people to stop using highlighters as eyeliner or some shit…
or refrain from using lipbalm on your butthole or something…
Beauty is in the eye of the beholder but damn do we do anything to come off as beautiful. This isn’t a new statement or mindblowing revelation, it’s as old as our great ancestors who would do anything to bang and pop out kids.
Bless humans, we are so, so simple. Something new or talked about swirls in the air, and we’ll try it… even if we people who are selling really don’t know what they’re giving out.
This will be the first post in the series of dangerous beauty products and practices throughout history (and sometimes, not so much history as ‘literally today’). From corneas falling out to burns to poisons to becoming radioactive, we’ll look at the secretly deadly and insane ways we’ve made ourselves beautiful. This post is very short but next month or so I hope to have the next part out.
We have way too much aloe vera in this house. It’s great for when we’re sunburnt, but honestly, we’re not baking out in the sun. I’m not confident enough to consume it in any fashion yet as there are health and medication issues I need to look at as well as the yellow ‘aloin’ layer that’s very very not good for you.
Other than that, I have some empty jars and bottles, so I thought, hey, the aloe’s spread to three full pots now I might as well use the damn thing.
We’re not doing an fun intro because my internet/computer are acting like reeeeeeal douchebags so I gotta try to churn this full-fat milk out, so let’s look at Cremorlab’s O2 Couture Kit!
Cremorlab is a South Korean skincare brand that has the motto “A new classic in hydration”, so it makes sense to look at their hydration range – also because I’m as dry as unstirred natural peanut butter. Shut up, I know I’m reaching.