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Zest for Life

When they say 'drop the skincare routine, bestie', I give 'em Juice Drops

6 July 2022

Lately, I am seeing so many young creators talking about skin care.

When I was younger, my idea of skincare was supermarket sorbolene and sunscreen at the beach only. Uhhh… yikes.

It seems I was led astray in the 80s and 90s but luckily the skincare trend is one that will still benefit me and my dry, itchy and sometimes inflamed epidermis. I have suffered my entire life with chronic eczema and dermatitis, though neither has affected me as significantly as having a severe skin condition.

However, I often used to struggle with not having ‘good skin’ - even though most people would not guess this was an issue for me because I have a blemish free face most of the time. I struggled to find a product that didn’t make my clothes stick to me uncomfortably, make my skin WORSE or that didn’t smell like nanna’s slip drawer.

Also - ‘good skin’ is just like a ‘good body’... a myth that makes too many of us worry about how we look.

My skin struggles have turned a corner since spending time taking better care of it - part of accepting that I really have to take care of it, every day and not just if I get embarrassed when I realise how dry my legs are when I wear shorts.

So… now I get to tell you about a product that has made my life better. Juice Drops is the most lush body oil and I cannot get enough of it! It’s not greasy, and my skin soaks it up so I am just left feeling moisturised and smelling SO GOOD.

I slip out of the shower and straight into Juice Drops, using it from my neck downwards.

If you’re looking for a product that will make you feel like you’ve just experienced a luxe massage in a beachside resort surrounded by fruits and flowers then Juice Drops have got you … well, covered.

Written by Skin Juice Ambassador, April Hélène-Horton
@thebodzilla

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Sensitivity explained:

Sensitivity in skin doesn't always present as obviously red, inflamed or irritated skin.

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