This past winter seemed longer than usual; homeschooling and having to be home all the time will give you that feeling. We’ve been desperately looking forward to spring and its promise of lightness! Better weather and more covid-19 vaccinations should hopefully help us get closer to seeing the end of this pandemic. This is also a good time to refresh our skincare routines for the new season.
The earliest version of what is now black history month started in 1926 as Negro History Week organized by the Association for the Study of Negro Life and History. The organization was founded 11 years earlier in 1915 by Carter G. Woodson and Jesse E. Moorland with a goal to bring attention to how underrepresented African Americans were in the books and conversations that shaped the study of American history.
With the plethora of products and skincare recommendations available to us today, it can be daunting figuring out what we should be using and routines to follow as we get older. We always like to keep things simple and truly believe that good skincare doesn’t have to be that complicated.